We are sharing this cool minimal and architecture photographic series by Andreas Levers. He has definitely a style that I am going for through my pictures. I gotta admit that is quite hard to accomplish. This series is entitled: Colorful boxes and we are exploring his Lego-inspired theme and also a play on the light and shadow. What I like also about this style of photography is that you are trying to tell a story or sharing a concept of your vision of things. If you haven't tried this type of photography, I would suggest you give it a try. Andreas Levers is a project manager by day and a photographer by night. Located in Potsdam, Germany; I love how Andreas explore different styles of photography. You should definitely check out this Behance. Details found on facades Check out Andreas Lever's site: 96dpi.de Follow Andreas Levers on Behance
Maddie is a well-known dog around this part of town. Back in 2013 we featured "Maddie the Coonhound Project" where she was seen doing all sorts of crazy things. Since then, her family kept posting beautiful pictures of their adventures in their Instagram. She's a well behaved and super loved dog, and goes around in all kinds of adventures with her family, which is amazing. These pictures are truly priceless. For more of them, please visit their Instagram and show Maddie some love! I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;) Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Ago 28, 2016 às 8:12 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Nov 29, 2016 às 9:21 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Fev 8, 2017 às 2:53 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Mar 20, 2017 às 9:54 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Abr 19, 2017 às 8:14 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Mai 31, 2017 às 8:09 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Mar 17, 2017 às 8:29 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Jun 9, 2017 às 9:58 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Jun 11, 2017 às 11:25 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Mai 14, 2015 às 8:43 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Jul 1, 2015 às 8:38 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Nov 20, 2015 às 11:25 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Mar 10, 2016 às 9:44 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Mar 19, 2016 às 10:05 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Abr 12, 2016 às 9:35 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Set 20, 2014 às 2:48 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Nov 9, 2014 às 8:37 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Theron Humphrey (@thiswildidea) em Mar 3, 2015 às 9:01 PST
We are exploring today the The MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology located in Lisbon, Portugal through photography by Joel Filipe. If you are like me who does appreciate the architecture om full view and perspective, well you will love this project. You just gotta love his colour palette against the beautiful sky to create a stunning photographic atmosphere. This is definitely a location to mark on your map/list on your next or first adventure to Lisbon, Portugal. Joel Filipe who is a creative director based in Madrid, Spain. I personally dig his perspective game within his photography, you should definitely follow his work on Behance. The MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a new cultural proposal for the city of Lisbon. A museum that combines these three fields in a space for debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue. An innovative project that brings together a new building, designed by the architect Amanda Levete, and the Tejo Power Station, an example of Portuguese industrial architecture from the first half of the 20th century, and one of the most visited museums in the country. Project Gallery More Links Check out Joel Filipe's site: joelfilipe.com Make sure to follow Joel on Behance
Let's explore this digital photography series on one's journey in Hong Kong by Ludwig Favre. From daytime till nighttime, he's taking us through different locations where you can admire the colours of Hong Kong from its endless symmetry to its famous neon street lights. This series is inspiring enough to give that desire to pack your bags, your camera and book your next photo adventure. Don't you think? Behind this photo series, we have the work from Ludwig Favre who is a photographer based in Paris, France. Definitely follow his Behance, he has a variety of different projects to get inspired from photography to architecture. Project Gallery More Links Check out Ludwig Favre's site: ludwigfavre.com Check out Ludwig on Behance
I truly believe that VSCO changed the way we consume and share our perspective through social media, especially with photos. They are that photo editing app that is doing more just the app itself. Greatly engaged in its community, they recently launched their popular mobile presets to the desktop through various Adobe products. I totally love this app and knowing that is now available on Desktop, just boosted my productivity and my envy to do more. Check it out yourself! VSCO® is more than just an photo editing app, it's also an art and technology company empowering and inspiring people everywhere to create, discover, and connect based in Oakland, CA. They are also a parent company to Denver-based printing outpost, Artifact Uprising. Preview Your browser does not support the video tag. VSCO Mobile Presets 01 (MP1) offers a diverse range of 58 presets designed to help you recreate the same looks celebrated on VSCO's mobile app when editing images on desktop. Ideal for lifestyle photography, portraiture, landscapes and everything in between. Some Samples More Links Get yours now: VSCO Introducing MP1
Mobile photography seems to be easy task because you are using your smartphone, that you carrying everyday but it's not. Finding the right perspective, light setting, subject are all part of what goes through your mind before the shot. What if you're using a 23 megapixels smartphone, would it help? Well, that was Mikael Buck's task during his latest traveling to London, Paris and Dubai for which we are featuring today with the Burj Khalifa. The world's tallest building at 828 meters high, where Mikael explored Dubai for Sony's #NewPerspectives campaign. This photo series has been shot by Mikael Buck who is a photographer based in London, UK. We have featured his work before on ABDZ and you should definitely check out his site for more of his work. The idea was to photograph the world's most Instragrammed landmarks in a unique way to show how you can break out of tired cliches. I was lucky enough to get sent to cover Big Ben, The Eiffel Tower and the mighty Burj Khalifa (the world's tallest building at a mere 828 meters high). Photo Gallery More Links Check out Mikael Buck's Site: mikaelbuck.com Follow Mikael on Behance
Black and White Photography always have been a hard photography style to accomplish for me, I am a great fan! Eventually I'll get around to it, for now let's just look at this beautiful series by Guilherme Afonso who shared his perspective of Huacachina. To be honest, I had to looked it up where it was and according to Wikipedia. It's a desert oasis and tiny village just west of the city of Ica in southwestern Peru, pretty stunning lines indeed! Behind the photo series, we are featuring the work from Guilherme Afonso who is a photographer from Porto, Portugal. Focusing also his work in photojournalism, you can follow his work on Behance. More Links Follow Guilherme Afonso on: Behance
Drone Photography has been taking another leap yesterday with the announcement of DJI Spark that we are soon getting our hands-on! Meanwhile, let's take a look at the work from Matt Porteous who is taking us on a journey in the Bahamas, Hawaii and Austria. All the footage has been taking with his DJI Mavic Pro. What I love about this series is the style that Matt is sharing through his captures. Quite inspiring to follow! Behind this photo series, we have the work from Matt Porteous who is a photographer based in London, UK. You should definitely check out this work on his personal site for commercial/lifestyle photography. Aerial drone footage using a DJI mavic pro, The Bahamas, Hawaii and Austria Photo Gallery More Links Check out Matt's Personal Site at mattporteousphotos.co.uk/ Make sure to follow Matt on Behance
Photography with drones is something I can't wait to pursue through experimentations and of course travelling eventually. It's always been about reaching another perspective on how we see things around us. Let's explore some parts of the world with Henry Do who is a travel photographer that takes pretty beautiful shots with his drone. Let's follow his journey from the islands of Hawaii to a dense forest of Portland. Behind this series is the work of Henry Do who is working as a travel photographer currently based in Las Vegas, Nevada. You wouldn't want to travel as a job? (Raise your hand!) You should definitely follow his travelings on Instagram. Via Instagram @henry_do A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on May 15, 2017 at 10:40am PDT A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on May 2, 2017 at 10:50am PDT A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on Apr 12, 2017 at 3:59pm PDT A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on Apr 4, 2017 at 3:03pm PDT A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on Mar 16, 2017 at 2:40pm PDT A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on Feb 13, 2017 at 6:26pm PST A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on Nov 18, 2016 at 9:50am PST A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on Mar 4, 2016 at 9:59am PST A post shared by Henry Do (@henry_do) on May 10, 2016 at 10:51am PDT More Links Follow Henry on Instagram Check out Henry's personal site at henrydo.com Take a look at his prints from Society6
Photography is all about capturing moments or subjects. It sounds easy but there's a massive difference between taking a photo and capturing the mood of the scene, or really driving the attention of the spectator to a particular part of the image that makes them think and interpret that scenery in different ways. Hlinka Zsolt has been sharing some beautiful photography collections on his website and the 100-Year-Old Houses is another series of stunning images. The dominant element of my work is symmetry and the city, specifically Budapest. In my newest series, in the second edition of The 100-Year-Old Houses, I would like to present the beautiful form and forgotten treasures of the capital city architecture by depriving them of their original functions, unfolding them into compositions and focusing on the relationships of their seperate elements. Hlinka also adds that the design of Budapest’s architecture is a major element of his work, and he has already covered this topic in several series. The special thing about this latest series is that it was taken at the place – on the Belgrade quay - where he took the Urban Symmetry series photos, which have won several international awards. "This time, however, I focused on interior spaces instead of facades and wanted to introduce my beloved buildings in a more intimate tone." says Hlinka. Photography For more information make sure to check out http://zsolthlinka.com/
The BTS of this feature hasn't been done in CGI, it's all production design and photography. This time around it was for SGD for which it stands for: Small Green Door and their set designs. As being a full interactive studio, they are basing their services on a few key words: "design, shoot, develop, and grow". Because of the non-use of CGI, it was definitely interesting to see the work behind and what happened to trick the results into something quite unique. Behind this work, we are looking at the team from Small Green Door who is a creative studio based in Los Angeles, California, USA. They are a small team but it doesn't mean they aren't properous; on the contrary it turned out pretty well. I would suggest to check out their site at smallgreendoor.com. This branding campaign is based on SGD's four basic creative services: design, shoot, develop, and grow. The task communicates the idea behind each category in a fresh and unique way. By using color as an initial focal point, the process began with selecting specific color palettes that could relate and communicate our four pillars. This led to the exploration of objects that could create a harmonious tonal voice.
We are sharing this photography series beautifully executed by Joel Filipe, a creative director based in Madrid. His series is named: White Harmony, an exploration of photographs of the City of Arts and Sciences. An entertainment and architectural complex located in Valencia, Spain; it's a beauty and known as one of the 12 Treasures of Spain. Joel does give a touch of white harmony through its core and foundation. Hope you will like it! A photography series by Joel Filipe who is a creative director based in Madrid, Spain. You should definitely follow his Behance, there's a great variety of different projects especially his last eight projects. Give it a look! The City of Arts and Sciences is an entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia, Spain. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia and one of the 12 Treasures of Spain.
Since we've missed our Friday's architecture post, let's start if off fresh today. We are taking a look at the work from Seth Powers on his photography assignment into a former opium factory now established by WeWork China flagship location in Weihai Road, Shanghai. You will quickly notice an atmosphere from the past especially China in the 50s. The center staircase is an absolute beauty and the whole factory feels like you're working in an environment frozen in time. This is the work from Seth Powers who is a photographer that specializes in architecture and interiors photography. We've featured his work before on Abduzeedo. You should definitely check out his Behance. Surrounded by an old residential area in the heart of Shanghai, WeWork’s China flagship location on Weihai Lu is nestled in a turn of the century brick building, a former opium factory and artist residence. WeWork offers workspace, community and services to a global network of creators. Founded in 2010 in the U.S., it now has more than 100 locations in 30 cities around the world. [2017.3]
Let's take a look at this cool photography mixed with digital art by aditya aryanto. His project is named: Minecraft in Real Life and it's basically what animals would look like if they were treated with a Minecraft theme and as Aditya called it: Anicube. I can't say that I find this project quite creative and fun execution as well. Check it out! Published on Behance, we are looking at the work from aditya aryanto who is an editor working at Cheese N Click Photography based in Photography, Illustration, Digital Art. You should definitely follow his experimentations on Instagram. Once I collected, I started making these images in Photoshop. How to make a cube on animal body, I use the Liquify (Shift+Command+X). After it is formed and I think it is funnier than the original form, I uploaded to Instagram. I saw that many friends liked it, so I was challenged to make it more. So here is the result of my simple works. I hope you like it.
Let's take a look at this architecture series by photographer Raphael Olivier about the booming scene of the architecture growth in Seoul, Korea. After horrific events that happened about half of a five decades ago, the city has been rebuilding their foundation and structure to offer us a world-class urban design with concrete, shapes and bold angles that made Seoul, the world's fastest developing city. Published on Behance is the work from Raphael Olivier. Raphael is a photographer based in Singapore, you should definitely check out his portfolio. It's filled with a wide range of styles of photography from portrait and case studies. Seoul, capital of South Korea, has a history of 2000 years but was heavily bombed during the Korean War (1950 - 1953) and mostly left in ruins. From the 1960's, the reconstruction of the country, led by former president Park Chung-hee, was marked by rapid economic growth and industrial development. Seoul became a major economic powerhouse and its population grew exponentially, while its urban landscape was shaped by notoriously boring public housing. However, in the past decade the city has been quickly reinventing itself as a super trendy capital and creative urban center with world-class design and architecture. One of the most noticeable trends in construction is a massive revival of brutalist-style architecture, refined with a modern twist. Whether for residential, commercial, institutional or religious buildings, the use of raw concrete, bold shapes and sharp angles is becoming predominant all around the city. Through a personal study on Neo-Brutalism, this photo essay aims to give a small glimpse onto the booming architectural scene of Seoul, one of the world's fastest developing city and Asia's rising stars.
Let's take a look at this interior design by ORBIT of a Virgin Active Fitness located in Central Eastville, Bangkok. You'll be charmed by a futuristic design and layered into different themes whatever it was for swimming, weightlifting or even intense cycling sessions. I personally loved the play of the neon lights coming from the ceiling. We are featuring the work from Tinnaphop Chawatin who is an architectural photographer behind these beautiful shots. Published on Behance is the work from Tinnaphop Chawatin who is an architectural photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand. You should definitely follow his work if you're interested into architecture. Credits Interior Design : ORBIT Photographer : Tinnaphop Chawatin and Chakkraphob Sermphasit
Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo. A city I miss dearly! To remedy to my sadness (hah), let's take a look at the photojournalism project by Stijn Hoekstra. Named Cinematic Tokyo (the project title says it all), I love his approach from a cinematic perspective considering that is also part of his daytime job which makes it even more perfect with Tokyo as a working environment. It's such a busy city that Stijn captured moments that makes us feel we are in an actual movie which makes it quite interesting. Published on Behance is the work from Stijn Hoekstra who is a freelance cinematographer and photographer based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. If you love his style, you should definitely follow his Instagram for more of his work.