Jacob Riglin is a young photographer who travels the world in search for the next perfect shot. I selected some of his nature shots that are simply extraordinary. Enjoy! For more from Jacob follow him on instagram @jacob.
Sometimes we just need some simple things to inspire us, good imagery and basic shapes can create an intriguing contrast like the one that Oliver K accomplished with his project titled Weekly Project: Abstract Shapes. He mixed stock photos with some shapes in a very seamless way. Of course the images are also quite amazing. I have been posting a lot of editorial design and UI/UX, so for this post I tried to go a bit off the track and go back to some abstract composition. For more information about Oliver, check out https://www.behance.net/olly_k
Eric Paré is a 360° light painting bullet time photographer, currently based in Montreal, Canada. His work is quite incredible, unique and has been seen on CNN, MTV, Vice, just to name a few. You may think that Eric has a very special job title but his signature light photography brings so much more depth and creativity to what he does for a living. What consists of Light Painting Photography? It's a photographic technique in which long exposures are created by moving a source of light while taking a long exposure photograph, to in the Eric's case to shine a point of light directly at the camera. I mix light-painting, bullet-time, stop-motion and time-lapse photography techniques...I own a 32 bullet-time camera system and all softwares needed to operate the beast in real time, including live publishing on the web. For more information check out: https://ericpare.com/
I love to see another country through the eyes of a native and on this post we are going for a quick photo ride through Japan with Yoshiro Ishii. He's known as 446i and he is an amazing photographer from Yokohama, Japan. For more from Yoshiro Ishii visit 446i.tumblr.com and @446i.
The East Coast of United States have witnessed a moment that lived up to its hype. Some people from cities like New York have received more than 26.8 inches of snow since Friday. Well, we've put together a little collection of some courageous photographers out there, enjoy!
One thing that I really want to improve is my photography skills. I like to take pictures, it's something that fascinates me but despite the love I feel that I still cannot see beyond what my eyes can see. What I want to say is that there's much more than just the sum of everything you see that composes the scene. Sometimes textures, curves, shadows and other details can produce incredible photos, espeically if you are a lover of minimalism like I am. For this post I want to share some photos I found online, on Flickr. Yes, you heard it right, I still use Flickr to find inspiration. It used to be one of my favorite sites, with great communities. Nowadays it's still a good site, maybe I should get back to it more often. The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture, wherein the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalistic design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. The works of De Stijl artists are a major reference: De Stijl expanded the ideas of expression by meticulously organizing basic elements such as lines and planes.
Whatever you are a fan of Double Exposure or not, you just can't help to stop and state at a Muliple Expososure Photograph and dissect its elements. Brandon Kidwell is a photographer from Jacksonville, Florida (USA), he's done amazingly of keeping up his collection experimenting with different techniques. For those who doesn't know what is "Double Exposure" Photography? Also a common term would be "Multiple Exposure", the superimposition of two or more elements/components to create a one single image. There's multiple creative ways to interpret this form of photography. My personal work echoes of the stories of my life the way I see them. For more information check out: http://www.brandonkidwell.com
I am not the biggest fan of food photography, perhaps because of all the culinary books I've seen and they tend to always look the same with some macros and depth of field. That said, there are some cases that the quality of the composition, colors and treatment really deserve some attention. That's the case of the project shared by Ayman Abbas titled Fresh Food Market. The project is a collection of great photos of food shot from an aerial vantage point. The colors and composition are super sharp and so vivid it makes me hungry just thinking about the imagery. I'm really making a pointed effort to improve my photo skills so will have to try to shoot something edible leveraging this style pretty soon. Two of my great passions in life are traveling and photography. I believe that traveling broadens one’s view of the world. Experiencing other cultures, meeting people from other communities and countries and seeing the beauty, and sometimes ugliness, of the world has helped me understand that all of our lives are at once interconnected and individual. Ayman specializes in creating large format and panoramic images from stitched mosaics of digital frames and scanned slides. Shooting with both 35mm film cameras, using fine-grained color slide film exclusively, and with digital DSLR, and Medium Format with Digital Back 50 MP, for more information about him check out http://aymanabbas.prosite.com/
Antonio aka Kostennn is an 18-year-old photographer based in New Jersey and New York City. He is passionate about showing his audience the way he sees the urban streets of the East Coast. He lives for the adrenaline & adventures while out shooting photos. For more from Kostennn follow him on instagran @kostennn.
I think I have never posted anything about jewelry design, maybe I never paid much attention and to be honest with you I am still a bit of unaware about this subject. That said, I saw this project on Behance posted by Dean Elliott that caught my attention more about the set design than the jewelry. The images are quite stylish with nice geometric compositions with a bit of a retro feel. Dean was born in Durban, South Africa. While completing his degree in Fine Arts Photography and lecturing part time at the Durban University of Technology, he serviced outside clients for commissioned work. Soon after his studies he acquired a position at a studio and became the Senior Photographer as well as Technical Advisor for Sinar South Africa, which has taken him to places like Cologne, Bangkok and around South Africa. For more information about Dean's work check out http://www.deanelliott.co.za/ An on-going gallery of personal portfolio work that arise from inspiration and experimentation with set design and jewelry/luxury goods that I find interesting to photograph. I am always open to collaborations from set designers, stylists and jewelry designers that have a clear concept and access to the product they wish to capture.
Dylan Furst is an outdoor adventure and lifestyle photographer based in Bellingham, Washington USA, his backyard here in the Pacific Northwest which has heavily influenced his style as a photographer. For More from Dylan Furst visit his instagram @fursty and his website dylanfurstphoto.com
Mathieu Lévesque is a photographer based in Montreal, Canada that specialized in culinary photography. With a solid background in retouching, Mathieu had the chance to take a different and deeper approach into his work and exploit his creative vision. All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque All Rights to Mathieu Lévesque Links Find out more about Mathieu Lévesque: http://www.mathieulevesque.com Follow Mathieu on Behance: https://www.behance.net/mathieulevesque
Tim Gaweco is a Photographer based in Toronto, Canada. Geared up with a Fujifilm X100S and XT10, Tim showcase a beautiful wide range of photography. From travel, portraits, black/white and of course staircases. Enjoy this series curated by Tim and others. Links Find out more about Tim Gaweco: https://500px.com/tgaweco Follow Tim on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tgaweco/
Lars Focke is a freelance designer and photographer based in Hamburg, Germany. Mixing his background in design with his passion in photography, Lars took truly stunning shots from the BSU (Behörde für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt) in Hamburg and digitalized them. Please enjoy! I see in my photographic work a strong inspiration from science fiction topics like the visual language of Stanley Kubrick and Ridley Scott or motifs such as the feeling of abandonment and orientation in a suddenly unfamiliar desolate environment. I am looking for designs that stand out from their surroundings as strange or unnatural to reduce them to their minimum form. All Rights to Lars Focke All Rights to Lars Focke All Rights to Lars Focke All Rights to Lars Focke All Rights to Lars Focke All Rights to Lars Focke All Rights to Lars Focke All Rights to Lars Focke Links Find out more about Lars Focke: http://www.larsfocke.de/ Follow Lars on Behance: https://www.behance.net/LarsFocke
Nina Geometrieva is a designer that focus into Graphic Design, Illustration and Branding. On her recent trip to Japan, she worked on a collaboration with Damjan Cvetkov Dimitrov on taking really stunning pictures/GIFs. Simply creative, give it a look! What sets Tokyo and Japan apart from the entire world was of course the attention to detail and detail within detail. The greasiest, darkest and most marginal street corners were impeccably clean. Not always the tidiest things but they worked and everything served it’s own purpose. If you stepped into the right street corner, you could see where Motoko Kusanagi from the anime Ghost in the Shell would run through, chasing another cyberized perpetrator. All Rights to Nina Geometrieva All Rights to Nina Geometrieva All Rights to Nina Geometrieva All Rights to Nina Geometrieva All Rights to Nina Geometrieva All Rights to Nina Geometrieva All Rights to Nina Geometrieva All Rights to Nina Geometrieva All Rights to Nina Geometrieva Links See the full project here: https://goo.gl/2SPR5b Find out more about Nina Geometrieva: https://www.behance.net/ninageo Follow Nina on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geometrieva
Shaqvel is a photographer from Toronto who takes some amazing street shots. From the streets of Toronto to the streets of New York here are some really cool shots we selected to show you. For more from Shaqvel visit shaqvel.com/ and @shaqvel/.
Darlene Ollerenshaw is an artist who loves to walk around New York City and capture special reflections on the city streets. She usually seeks out visual areas that create another dimension in the puddle and turn the photo into a work of art, almost like a painting, rather than just a photo. Here are a some amazing street reflections, enjoy! For more from Darlene Ollerenshaw visit behance.net/pepcreative.