Photographer Leon Neal captured the graceful motion of ballet dancers in these long exposure photographs. The shots are from London’s Emerging Dancer 2013 and represent various participants and beautifully manage to show the color and grace of the dancers.
Checkout these beautiful landscapes captured in infrared by Irish photographer Richard Mosse. All these photographs are from Eastern Congo, showing the beauty and the horrors of the region through the eye of infrared photography. Some of these pieces will be on display at the Armory Show in New York from 7 to 10 March.
This river house has been sitting in that beautiful setting on the Drina River in Serbia for some 40 years now. A group of youngsters who enjoyed sunbathing on the rock built the house in 1968. It gets destroyed almost every time there is a flood in the river, and is promptly rebuilt again. Via […]
Blogger and photographer Trey Ratcliff has a blog titled Stuck In Customs where the photographer includes images from his travels around the world. He has a special love for HDR photography and it shows in the excellent images that the collection brings.
An aerial photograph of NYC’s central park as captured by Russian photographer Sergey Semenov. Via BoredPanda
Armed with a camera and some special filters attached to it, Alan Friedman captures these magnificent shots of the sun from his backyard! The captured images are raw and colorless, because apparently the sun doesn’t like people admiring its beauty up close. After some post-production, which requires a lot of coloring, adjustments and finesse, the […]
The winter has worked its magic around lake Ontario, and landscape photographer Timothy Corbin used his camera to capture it all in its glory.
Photographer Bill Gekas finds himself inspired by the works of old masters of European art like Rembrandt and Vemeer. Seeking to bring their style of painting to his own art of photography, Gekas photographed his five year old daughter and other models in the settings that remind one of the works of these masters.
Mirrored photographs of trees, like these by photographer Traci Griffin, bring to our imagination a world where these floating, giant trees could very well be the dominant race, and an imposing one at that. Captured and created for her project Mirrors, these photographs show intricate patterns, formations, and if you look close enough, perhaps even […]
Photographs of tulip fields captured by French photographer Normann Szkop from the air.