From a hobby to a jobby, this photographer put her world into her photography and out came some of the most simple yet intense photographs. Each photo brings you to imagine what it may be like in that setting. Bustling city or deserted town? Silent waves of the ocean or stormy day?
With our smartphones and digital cameras these days, anybody can take a clear HDR photo. But whats missing from the thousands of pictures we take today is the effect aspect. Here are some simple steps to add some effect and flair to your pictures in order for them to stand out next to others.
Jimmy Nelson, one of the most famous photographers known published some of the most amazing photos sharing his experience with an unknown world. The last living tribes in our modern civilization that are colored in culture and tradition.
To promote the Metro Photo Challenge 2018, the international newspaper had the idea to distribute a number of issues with a special cover to turn the newspaper into a functional camera.
Amateur filmmaker, Peter Maier, has created a viral sensation on the internet with his timelapse video, ‘tsunami from heaven’. Generating over 1.6 million views and 28,000 shares, the mesmerizing video has captivated people from all over the world on how beautiful nature really is.
Renowned Japanese photographer Kenji Toma has published his first book. His images often show the hyperreality of the object or subject in front of him.In this book he freely expresses his love for the illustrations of botanical encyclopedias in a series as floral as aesthetic.
The battle we face between mother earth and humans isn’t found more anywhere else other than in these United Emirates. The aftermath gives the impression that the cities streets are being swallowed by the dessert sand. This is beautiful yet remarkable to see. Irenaeus Herok has captured these apocalyptic views.