'Wow' was definitely the first word that came to mind after spotting these beautiful editorials by UK-based photographer Corrie Bond. She's able to bring this feminine quality to her work which makes her beauty and fashion editorials go the extra mile. The lighting, imagery, and colors are absolutely perfect! She has worked with the likes of Marie Claire, InStyle, and the New York Times among others. Born in the UK, Corrie Bond studied and practised photography for 11 years working with some of the UK’s top photographers finessing her excellent technical lighting skills and a passion for photography before moving to Sydney in 2003. Check out more from Corrie and other artists here and let me know what you think via twitter!
I'm a big fan of photo sequences, specially when it includes some radical action. French photographer Yanis Ourabah is a specialist in catching some awesome action sequences and in this post you will check out some great photographs. To view more of Yanis works make sure to visit http://www.yanisourabah.com/ If you like to learn how to make your own action sequence, check out this tutorial - How to Create a Radical Photo Sequence
Hey guys, today we're going to start a new series of posts called Worldwide Photography, basically every week we're going to show a city or location around the globe bringing the coolest photograpy samples of it, enjoy it. For our first feature I thought that it would be nice to show you the hometown of most of the Abduzeedo Team: Porto Alegre. i do love my city a lot, it's not huge like São Paulo and it's lot prettier, hope you guys can figure how is our life thru the photographies we collect for the post, have fun. Lucas Pedruzzi Su Luz F. M. Abreu luciana.perez Larissa Bulcão Sony Linhares Jefferson Bernardes laurallis adriano.brodbeck Gutemberg Ostemberg mcdezcom Maiquel Borges Lucas Cavalheiro LeonRodrigues marcelo della giustina Alexandre Raupp Biermann Juliano_Araujo_ Omar Junior
I'm a huge fan of the rastafari culture and reggae music, since it's summer here in Brazil, I though would be cool to share this kind of inspiration with you guys. So we made a huge collection of rastafari photography inspired, hope you like it. madalena.leles Spirit photos Kristian Pletten www.ruprechtstudios.com Andres Ghiorzo Kwadwo Kwarte Javier Lovera facufotografia almost transparent blue Coussier The Rastafari movement or Rasta is a monotheistic, new religious movement that arose in a Christian culture in Jamaica in the 1930s. Its adherents worship Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia, former Emperor of Ethiopia (1930–1936 and 1941–1974), as God incarnate, the Second Advent, and are known as Rastafarians, or Rastas. The movement is sometimes referred to as "Rastafarianism", but this term is considered derogatory and offensive by some Rastas, who dislike being labelled as an "ism". (Wikipedia) Iago Rodrigues Lucas Farfaglia elementaudiovisual Mr Groove kidmissile duvsem MarcGrandmaison.com jaxting ? victorgil84 © Madrid lorenzodom The Rastafari movement encompasses themes such as the spiritual use of cannabis and the rejection of western society (called Babylon, in reference more to the metaphorical Babylon of Christianity than to the historical Mesopotamian city-state). It proclaims Africa (also "Zion") as the original birthplace of mankind, and embraces various Afrocentric social and political aspirations, such as the sociopolitical views and teachings of Jamaican publicist, organizer, and black nationalist Marcus Garvey (also often regarded as a prophet) (Wikipedia). M A T T H I E U M A T T H I E U jeilmer Remlin Sugar Cain [eme] jah jah live -BlackBird Alexandre Raupp A30yoyo outspokin
Craig Hunter Parker is a Motion Graphic Designer, Photographer and Cinematographer from Cape Town, South Africa. I really like the atmosphere and style of his work especially the pieces for MNET and the sort of surreal artworks of Obstaculum. For more information about Craig visit his Behance profile at http://www.behance.net/Panic_Embryo MNET 'Magic Studios' A casual stroll through a set-piece soon becomes an exhilarating experience as famous characters from classic movies & series populate the magical studios of Mnet, South Africa's premiere TV channel. Directed by: Craig Parker and Matthew Stephen Mnet "Magic Studios" from panic embryo on Vimeo. Mnet "Magic Studios" VFX Breakdowns from panic embryo on Vimeo. Obstaculum MNET 'Urban Bubbles' Mnet "Urban Bubbles" from panic embryo on Vimeo. Mnet "Urban Bubbles" VFX Breakdowns from panic embryo on Vimeo. Burchell Cider Burchell Premium Cider from Matthew Stephen on Vimeo. "Burchell" Premium Cider from panic embryo on Vimeo. Horizon in Mind Promax BDA Africa 2007 Provolution 'Head Rush' title sequence Head Rush from panic embryo on Vimeo.
Retro photography seems to be a trend at the moment, apps like Instagram and Hisptamatic conquer new user day-a-day, also the Lomo cameras are back. But if I can choose a photographer that could be consider the master of vintage photography would be definately Neil Krug. Light leaks, lens flare and grain textures are common characteristics on his pieces, he work nowadays not only as a photographer, but also as a video director, working for many bands as My Chemical Romance and Tame Impala. Neil Krug's photography and directorial video work often touches on a rough, vintage, psychedelic feel. In other work, he captures the simple beauty of landscapes as well as the female form. His body of work is a range of music videos & photography for such bands as My Chemical Romance, Ratatat, Devendra Banhart, Ladytron, Tame Impala, Canyons, Sea Wolf, The Pierces, Dri, and White Flight (Neil's Website). BOARDS OF CANADA - IN A BEAUTIFUL PLACE OUT IN THE COUNTRY from Neil Krug on Vimeo. With you wanna know more about Neil Krug and his work, access his Website or his Flickr
Winter time is on, and last night the east coast got hit with a big snow storm that left everything white. So I decided to share some incredible black & white photography of snow wonderland. Enjoy! Gavin Dunbar Lens 92 Gavin Dunbar socks57 fede_gen88 Wiking66 Tobi_2008 sant.o andywon Wout VdV Philipp Klinger Aurélien VIVIER Mute* Subjective Art Zeb Andrews JenniPenni Andri Elfarsson
One of the things I like the most about writing to Abduzeedo is that I get to find great things along my researches. Trying to find fresh works and artists is a really awesome job, and to find a photographer like Ivo Berg is just fantastic. Ivo is a 21 years old photographer who currently lives in Germany and makes these amazing experiments. Experimental photography is really nice and Ivo does it really well. For more of his work, you may check out his flickrstream. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Cheers! ;) PS.: Oh, and may everyone have a Merry Christmas! God bless you all.
Zorik Istomin is a photographer and designer from Saint-Peterburg Russia with a very unique style. Since the first time I saw one of his photos I was completely blown away, at first I thought they were illustration but actually were photos with a super stylish treatment. Anyway, I will need your help to describe what exactly Zorik does, however we must admit, it's amazing. For more information about Zorik, visit his Web site at http://zorikiproduction.ru/ it's in russian, so if any russian friend out there wants to help us with more info about him we would appreciate it
We had a lot of Sunset photography already, but we never had a sunrise / morning post here as far as I can remember, so because of that, I did this for you guys. Mornings are great to take pictures, mainly because of the awesome mood. I call it the morning mood (no kidding). The sun is getting up, sun light beans hit Earth in little pockets here and there, and there's this little chilly feeling from the night still in the air. If it's awesome in the city, in the country or beach it's just fantastic. And that's what this post's about. For more of these pictures, you may check out each photographer's page! They'll appreciate it. I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;) Dietrich Bojko Patrick Smith andrew evans. Antony Spencer tropicaLiving andrew evans. Dene' Miles Jim Patterson Dan Desroches scott masterton Kuzeytac Chris Coleman John Mueller Michael Sutton Katarina Stefanovi Philipp Klinger
Foxes are definitely one the cutest animals out there and for sure one of the few that really look good in photographies. It's just impressive how cool these little foxy creatures are, in all their varieties. I want one. There's the Arctic Fox, the Red Fox, the Fennec Fox, and I'm pretty sure are a thousand other kinds that I don't know. I've chosen some really nice pictures of them, which I know will just melt your cold beings (just kidding). Fore more of these guys, you should really check out each photographer's portfolio. I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;) Chuck Powers Muineach David Lloyd Ron&Mamie Charest Keven Law Roeselien Raimond Patty Chris Bud Marschner Vladimir Naumoff Ron&Mamie Charest arctictone Keven Law IN CHERL KIM Roberto Roeselien Raimond James Scott IN CHERL KIM
Feldauge stands for an area that is enclosed by fields and may resemble the human eye. Most of my photos are the result of trips around Halle (Saale) in Germany. This site is dedicated to landscape and nature photography. For more visit feldauge.de and Feldauge Flickr
You might not know it, but if you're into photography, you might have noticed how better it looks than not following this rule in some cases. It's the Rule of Thirds, a simple rule to be followed so that your subject is placed within a certain area of an imaginary grid, which splits your picture in 9 equal areas. The rule of thirds is a compositional rule of thumb in visual arts such as painting, photography and design. The rule states that an image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts by two equally-spaced horizontal lines and two equally-spaced vertical lines, and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections. Proponents of the technique claim that aligning a subject with these points creates more tension, energy and interest in the composition than simply centering the subject would. - Rule of Thirds at Wiki This is what the imaginary grid looks like, and how you may use it to place your subject somewhere besides the center of the image: From Wikipedia So I've searched for examples of pictures using this rule, and I've found some superb examples of usage. These are amazing, and you should really visit each one of these photographers (by clicking the pictures) for more great pictures, and even buying some of these images. I'll probably buy one or two to hang in my wall. I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;) ConstantineD kukkurovaca Melissa.Photography. Allard Schager Arjun Purkayastha Andy Farrer Rob Overcash Arjun Purkayastha Jason Jim and Becca Wicks Andreas Wecker Mark Whitaker Stephen Chase Doug Chinnery Peter Allen Steven Hammerli Jeff Engelhardt Gary Novak Paola Sunny Zhenya Semikhodski
I was browsing around when I bumped into the work of Ryan Matthew Smith, which got my attention right away. His photos are pretty elegant and beautiful. The compositions, color combination and perspectives are simple and pretty unique...the images get our attention and we keep observing the details and shapes of each piece for a while - at least that happened with me. ;) Check out a small selection from Ryan's work here and visit his website for more inspiring photos. Ryan Matthew Smith graduated from the Art Institute of Seattle in 2007. Since late 2007 Ryan has been employed at Intellectual Ventures as digital imaging editor and photographer. Ryan was the principal photographer and photo editor for book Modernist Cuisine, the Art and Science of Cooking. (the book will be released in March of 2011) Modernist Cuisine: Food Modernist Cuisine: Liquid Personal
Every year National Geographic promotes a photographic contest, with the categories "people", "places" and "nature", which awards the winner $10000 and publishes their picture in the NatGeo magazine. Accepting entries from all over the world, this year's submission period was closed on November 30th, and the entries were already unveiled. The rules for the contest allow minor modifications on image editors, but some of the photos are so amazing that they seem completely manipulated. So in this post we've selected 20 of these fantastic photos to share with you. You can also see more images, including from the previous years, in the National Geographic website. About the Author Hi, my name Mariana Schneider, I'm a design student at ESPM in Porto Alegre. I'm a lover of all kinds of art, from music to painting, but photography usually catches my attention for showing us the amazing things that we look at everyday but never really see. You can find me on Twitter and see some of my own work on deviantArt.
Someone that is hired by celebrities to take pictures of them gotta be a happy professional. We all know that the photographer career is really hard and there are tons of great professionals out there, but you know that you have succeeded when the stars call you. That's the case of Marc Hom, a great photographer that takes some super nice pictures of stars like Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lopez and others. Here I've selected some of his black and white pictures which are stunning. For more of this work you may visit his portfolio at Trish South. I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;)
Thomas Cristofoletti is an art director currently settled in Madrid, has been "stealing instants" all trough the travels he’s made ever since he left his hometown in northern Italy. His photos are stunning and very inspirational, with shots from all over the globe his collections are breath taking. That expression -stealing images- is applied to his work with full intention. For someone who wants to capture strangers’ expressions and attitudes without altering them in any way, not asking for permission is not only justified, but indispensable. In response to the possible objection that this “predating action” may arise, he replies with the arguments of the master Cartier Bresson, the goal of catching “the decisive moment”. For more from Thomas Cristofoletti visit his website at jeriko1kenobi.net