The Burning Man festival has an abundance of creativity that makes for a lovely set if you can train the camera to look at it right. The images you see here have been captured by HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff, showing the festival in wonderful glory.
Very suitable for the season, the image by photographer Eric Forey takes a good look at autumn through the window. Prints available at the photographer’s website. via
Photographer b-zOOmi spent six days in Berlin capturing these images that were later given a treatment of after-effects to make this set of somewhat hyper-realistic Berlin in images.
Looking absolutely otherworldly and unreal, the objects of these photographs do happen to be absolutely real and from our world. These aerial shots by photographer Andre Ermolaev show Iceland’s rivers traveling to the sea, mostly through a volcanic landscape.
As a kid, I always knew there was something wrong with vegetables; kids being super intelligent and all that stuff. Turns out, I was right. Japanese photographer Tsuyoshi Ozawa has an entire photographic series dedicated to deadly weapons made out of vegetables. The photographer has traveled the world, capturing these images. Some might say the […]
Vastness and serenity of the sky and the landscape can often encourage contemplation, something we’re experiencing right now after looking at photographs by New York based photographer Eric Cahan. The photographer’s Sky Series captures sunrises and sunsets, with a serenity and setting to capture the mood.
An interesting set, the photographs by Jon Shireman show shattered flowers. Not something we’d expect to come by, because there really isn’t a way to shatter flowers. To get around the little problem, Shireman dipped the flowers in liquid nitrogen for some time, enough to make them brittle so he could smash and photograph them.
The way things are, this camera lens is ostensibly supposed to be used to capture photographs on the sly so the photographer could capture the “real” and untainted expressions of subjects. Super Secret Spy Lens allows photographers to take a 90 degrees turn on the image they’re capturing. The name of the contraption is a […]
Rapport photo series by Claudia Rogge is a surreal set where photographs of people are arranged in a way to make very interesting patterns.
Hamburg based photographer Carsten Witte‘s image series Intuition is based on the idea that everything must change. We see that idea come to life in these photographs where attractive faces show marks of decaying skin and skulls.