Alex Cornell is one of those guys that is so prolific, suddenly he shares something that is incredible, from creative director to founder and photogtapher. He also had a great mentor, Scott Hansen AKA ISO50/Tycho. For this post we share some beautiful photos he took during his last trip where he went all the way south to Antarctica. I went to Antarctica in December 2014 via the Drake Passage. Shot a number of photos and substantial amount of video. These are from Cierva Cove. For more information and to get large format prints check out Alex's website at http://www.alexcornell.com/ - also make sure to check out his Instagram photos as well.
It's been some time since I've posted about photography and stumbling upon Dean Bradshaw's work celebrating craftsmen around Los Angeles was too beautiful not to share. We talk a lot about craftsmanship nowadays and this project illustrates the real craftsman in a brilliant way. The photos have a beautiful mood and tone with a slight reminiscence of some of my favorite movies from the 80s. Without further ado, check them out and you won't regret. I've been photographing craftsmen around Los Angeles as a way to celebrate the hand made process and reconnect with a more authentic, fly-on-the-wall approach to photography. First a metalworker in Venice, then a carpenter and machinist in Downtown LA. For more information check out Dean's portfolio at http://www.deanbradshaw.com/
#reachjulian is an instagram hashtag series inspired by the beautiful work of @meetjulian. Check out what this hashtag series is all about and jump in by sending a photo of your own. By @ddesigns_ By @priceisright3444 By @mario_hevo By @matty_fernandes By @n.pb By @sxmmerville By @pxnch By @freedomofmymind By @yokace By @olivertcb By @imhannanymous By @alex.mcintosh By @fi_nn By @itsshonny By @radas16
#Neckxercise is an instagram series where you exercise your neck by looking up and taking an awesome photo. The result is super cool depending on where you are and on this post I selected the coolest photos of this hashtag series. Enjoy! By @karl.1 By @eloadefly By @pdahv By @s1000 By @mowilfred By @kevinwonka By @kevinwonka By @kevinwonka By @kevinwonka By @shootershane By @shootershane By @kevinwonka By @kevinwonka By @kevinwonka By @kevinwonka
Visiting China is on my bucket list and Chinatowns have never failed to fascinate me, no matter what global city. I don't know why, but the colors of the little stores, the signage and the people walking makes it an amazing and inspiring scenery perfect for photography. Franck Bohbot posted an incredible set of photos on his Behance profile showcasing New York City's Chinatown with incredible grace. I have taken my own smattering of pictures of the Chinatown in San Francisco but I have to say that my photos cannot even measure. For more information visit www.franckbohbot.com Manhattan, NY, 2014 All right reserved Franck Bohbot
Spring season is here, and as the days get longer the weather gets warmer the nature comes back to life. Today I wanted to selected some beautiful photos that reflect the nature in the Spring. Enjoy! Spring and "springtime" refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth. Subtropical and tropical areas have climates better described in terms of other seasons, e.g. dry or wet, monsoonal or cyclonic. Often the cultures have locally defined names for seasons which have little equivalence to the terms originating in Europe. All Rights to Angus Clyne All Rights to Katarina Stefanović All Rights to MASAHIRO MIYASAKA All Rights to Dennis Fischer All Rights to Matt Granz All Rights to Martien Uiterweerd All Rights to Tommy Tsutsui All Rights to Katarina Stefanović All Rights to Allard Schager
I've been following Robbie Crawford work on Instagram for quite a while now and I'm always impressed with the amazing wave photos he shares. So I decided to take you on a journey inside waves with Robbie. For more about Robbie Crawford visit his Facebook Page facebook.com/RobbieCrawfordArts and follow him on Instagram instagram.com/robbiecrawford.
I've always been fascinated by fog, my hometown used to get foggy pretty often, especially in the summer. People always say, low fog means a hot day ahead. The visual effects created by a fog is striking, like suddenly this super low cloud takes over cities. San Francisco is pretty famous by its fog, it even has a name and Twitter account: Karl the fog (https://twitter.com/KarlTheFog). For this post I selected a few inspiring images of cities and other landscapes taken by Karl and his siblings. Fog is a collection of liquid water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the air at or near the Earth's surface. While fog is a type of stratus cloud, the term "fog" is typically distinguished from the more generic term "cloud" in that fog is low-lying, and the moisture in the fog is often generated locally (such as from a nearby body of water, like a lake or the ocean, or from nearby moist ground or marshes). Fog is distinguished from mist only by its density, as expressed in the resulting decrease in visibility: Fog reduces visibility to less than 1 km (5/8 statute mile), whereas mist reduces visibility to no less than 1 km. - Wikipedia Fog at the Golden Gate #1 - San Francisco by Patrick Smith Fog City - San Francisco by David Yu Vertigo Fog Daniel Cheong Morning Fog - Marin Headlands Panorama View by David Yu Fog by KenTakesPictures Patchy Fog by Louis Vest Fog pour by Jesse Varner Fog in Vancouver by Mark Teasdale Fog strem by Pete Tsai Chicago in the Clouds by Pete Tsai Foggy Chicago by Pete Tsai Chicago in the Clouds by Pete Tsai Fog Bank by Charles Lamoureux
Brock Davis is a very talented designer who likes to use his creativity and his iphone camera to work together. In 2013 he took some awesome photos that are super creative so I decided to select a few of them to share with you. Enjoy! For more from Brock Davis visit behance.net/laserbread. parsley on apple / tree on hill mashed potatoes and gravy lakes of the world - crater lake, oregon popcorn kernel in thought sad shoe snail grape dog shark - fillet knife / bread knife crayon tree / carved with sewing needle emo pineapple snowman noses lint roller with lint mustache ninja knee good morning chopstick pants mint match Funeral for a week-old egg roll
We posted about Station to Station, a public art project made possible by Levi's, a few months back and we're excited to follow up with some amazing imagery from the journey. Over the course of three weeks in September, a train traveled from the Atlantic to Pacific, making nine stops across the country. It was an epic undertaking aimed at connecting leading and upcoming figures from the worlds of art, music, food, literature and film in creative collaboration. Funds raised through ticket sales and donations went on to support non-traditional programming at nine partner museums around the country. This once in a lifetime expedition provided breathtaking photographic moments along some of the countries most famed railways and diverse landscapes. Peek this gallery to catch a glimpse of some of my favorite shots from the train. Photo by Misha Vladimirskiy Photo by Misha Vladimirskiy Willian Yan and Levi's Creative Director Len Peltier - Photo by Misha Vladimirskiy Photo by Misha Vladimirskiy Photo by Misha Vladimirskiy
Today's post may strike you as a little eerie at first scroll but we're excited to share Genetic Portraits, a photographic research project exploring the similarities between different members of the same family. We love this fascinating and thought provoking photographic portrayal of family genetics by the talented Ulric Collette. Collette is a photographer and graphic designer based in Québec City, Canada. For more information visit http://www.ulriccollette.com/ Father / Son: Denis, 60 & Mathieu, 25 Son / Father: Nathan, 7 & Ulric, 29 Twins: Laurence & Christine, 20 Cousins: Justine, 29 & Ulric, 29 Father / Son: Laval, 56 & Vincent, 29 Father / Daughter: Daniel, 60 & Isabelle, 32 Mother / Daughter: Francine, 56 & Catherine, 23 Sisters: Catherine, 23 & Véronique, 29 Brothers: Christophe, 30 & Ulric, 29 Brother: Mathieu, 25 & Ulric, 29 Father / Son: Denis, 53 & William, 28 Daughter / Mother: Véronique, 29 & Francine, 56
I've been a huge fan of Muhammad Ali for quite a long time, his confidence, talent and hard work made him, in my opinion, the best of all time. I love watching his fights on Youtube and documentaries about him. He is much more than just a fighter, his impact in our history is huge, especially for the values he exemplified outside the ring: religious freedom, racial justice and the triumph of principle over expedience. Now back to boxing, Neil Leifer was I believe the official photographer of Ali's fights and he has an incredible gallery of simply amazing photos from Ali's fights. Many of Neil Leifer’s images are available for sale as limited edition fine art prints. All photographs are produced from the original transparency and/or negative and come with a certificate of authenticity. Limited edition prints are individually numbered and signed by Neil Leifer. All prints are exhibition quality prints on archival paper and most are available in the following sizes: 11″ x 14″, 16″ x 20″ and 20″ x 24″. Some prints may be available as open editions and larger prints may be available for some photos as well. Prices start at $750. For more information visit http://neilleifer.com/gallery/muhammad-ali/ Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., January 17, 1942) is an American former professional boxer, generally considered among the greatest heavyweights in the sport's history. A controversial and even polarizing figure during his early career, Ali is today widely regarded not only for the skills he displayed in the ring but for the values he exemplified outside of it: religious freedom, racial justice and the triumph of principle over expedience. He is one of the most recognized sports figures of the past 100 years, crowned "Sportsman of the Century" by Sports Illustrated and "Sports Personality of the Century" by the BBC.
This photography series is done by British photographer Rupert Vandervell. It highlights the unique visual characteristics of the human form against the urban background. For more from Rupert Vandervell visit rupertvandervell.co.uk/. Captured against the ever-changing backdrop of the modern city, these photographs highlight the presence of life and the unique visual characteristics of the human form against the urban background.
I'm heading over to Great Britain for the Reasons to Be Creative conference in Brighton this September and am looking to make a trek up to Edinburgh to check out some of the amazing medieval castles in the area. Castles arrived in Scotland with the introduction of feudalism in the twelfth century and there have been well over two thousand castles found in all parts of the country. This upcoming trip and my addiction to Game of Thrones inspired this latest post. We hope you enjoy some of the magnificent photos of castles gathered from Flickr. And if you have any tips for must-see spots to visit please share in the comments section. Castle P. (AT) - Vienna by Mя.Møпstɛr Culzean Castle, Ayrshire By Brownie Bear Castle & Lake by Andrea Castle Hohenzollern by christophepunkt Castle De Haar in The Netherlands by Danny Englander Castle Neuschwanstein by Allen Castle Fraser by VisitScotland Burg Eltz -- Eltz Castle by destinatio (very busy) Chepstow Castle By welshlady Medieval Castle Butrón - Architecture Gatika, Spain Castle by Dave Stokes Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island by Alan The Medieval Castle at the Valentino - Turin by Claudio Bizzarri Medieval castle in Ireland by pljvv Herstmonceux Castle by Melanie Davies
Summer is by far my favorite season of the year and to celebrate another upcoming summer I took the time to select some breathtaking summer photos that will totally inspire you for the season ahead. Grab a cold dring and enjoy these hot photos! Photo by Tatyana Tomsickova Photo by Konstantin Gribov Photo by Evgeni Dinev Photo by Andy Mumford Photo by Simon Roy Photo by Erin L. Wiebe Photo by António Leão Photo by Dragan Todorović Photo by Wilfredo Lumagbas Jr. Photo by Marcelo Vieira
I'm a big fan of photography and the winter it's a great time for photography specially when there is snow around. I handpicked some wonderful snow photos to inspire you for this winter. Lapland - Kiilopää by Christian Schweiger Optimism by Jernej Lasič Snow by Pavel Lepeshev Blue mountain light by Kai Böhm Sunsets majestic by Giorgio Dalvit Thin Ice by Moreno Geremetta Pappeln by Leo Pöcksteiner Another Train for the Holidays by Greg Booher Snowy town by MIYAMOTO Y Snow Snow Snow and more Snow by Teruo Araya Alone on the Bridge by Anthony Pitch Snow and Rainbow by David Dai Snowy by Vladimir Zotov NS 7675 in the Snow by Greg Booher Sky Vastness by Marco Soggetto