The beautiful photographs taken by Christopher Jonassen make us think of what is infinitely far in the universe. The photographed planets are enigmatic, one wonders where they come from and why they have never been seen before. By coming closer and taking interest in the project of the Norwegian artist, we realize that these "planets" hide something, and that contrary to what we believe, they are much closer to us.
The streets have always been a prime place for photographers to take beautiful shots, snapping unusual scenes or capturing the right angle at just the right time. The advantage of street photography is that it can be practiced at any time. Anywhere from 5 minutes to 5 hours, photo sessions must take place between the break of dawn and the setting of the sun. Here are some tips to enhance your street photography sessions...
Karl Shakur is a young American student who travels the world and shares his most beautiful photos in which nature is in the spotlight, omnipresent and powerful. Landscapes that leave you in total admiration and that make you want to travel. The originality of Shakur is based on the points of view where the shots are taken.
In his "HDR_Nature" series, the Japanese photographer Yoshinori Mizutani uses the High Dynamic Range technique to revisit nature photography.
By capturing the peepshow unfolding behind a bathroom window, the American photographer has created a beautiful and disturbing series which explores the relationships between women and men. This magnificent series can be seen for the first time in Paris at Galerie Miranda.
The Italian photographer is presenting his series Scène [Stage] at Le BAL in Paris until April 28. It’s an intense reflection on the current state of photojournalism through a series of captivating pictures in which the subjects are able to come fully into their own.