This set of pictures by photographer Patrice Laroche and his wife Sandra Denis illustrates in detail the birth of a baby. They skipped the part where the stork arrived, but it’s great effort.
For all the innocence we would expect from a set of photographs of children, this one has a fair dose of creepiness imbued in its very idea. That may be because these images are not children, but adults whose photographs have been masterfully manipulated by artist Cristian Girotto into their child-like analogues. There’s a child […]
This might range from being mildly interesting to very interesting, depending on the mood you are in. Photographer Tom Olesnevich strapped on his Nikon D40 camera to his bike’s frame, using a Gorilla Pod. The next step obviously was to take the bike around New York City, capturing images for the project “NYC By Bike.”
“The Canadian: Ghost Train Crossing Canada” by photographer Jeff Friesen shows a train passing through beautiful locations in Canada. That train does not travel by itself though, it’s a toy train that travels with the photographer and settles easy in the vast and diverse landscapes of Canada, including some places that would be impossible for […]
New York city’s Central Park goes through a wonderful transition of colors in this time lapse video that captures six months. For the video, Jamie Scott photographed sunrise twice a week at sunrise on 15 locations around the park. The result: magnificent. Via LaughingSquid
Italian photographer Roberto Bertero finds nearly magical landscapes in the laps of mountains. They’re mesmerizing, lovely and have the beauty of an Utopian world. The photographs are also available as prints on Roberto’s website.
Human bodies can make really weird shapes, especially when seen through the abstract lens of composite images. Nude series by Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama does not show any nudity, but rather an abstract, flesh colored shape of a nude subject dancing in front of the camera. Each of these pics is a composite image created […]
It might not seem to be very obvious, it might be fairly gradual, but given a straight comparison like this, the devastating effects of drug abuse are very much apparent. We’ll go on to say that this does not simply look like a simple change in appearance, but also a very noticeable change is apparent […]
Amateur or professional, photographers do often require the camera be stable while they take the shot. To cater to the requirement, there are a lot of options, but they tend to be complicated and expensive. Photographer Stephen J. Payne got around the problem by creating the pStick.
Lovely landscape photographs by Matt Anderson.