Everyone remembers his childhood toys. It is from this common idea that the photographer Gabriele Galimberti had an excellent series called “Toy Stories,” which captures the world’s children surrounded by their favorite toys. Too see more [Read more...]
Ever wonder what rooms look like from the ceiling? Photographer Menno Aden had made it his duty to capture such from this familiar yet unexplored point of view. Enjoy these photos from his series, “Room Portraits”.
Check out this cool view of NY and other sites around the world via Air Pano
Focus on the work of Franck Allais, a French photographer based in London. With beautiful series of humorous pictures of refinishing scales and photographic manipulations mastered this artist invites us to discover his universe very creative “Size Matters” in the following [Read more...]
Since humans barge into the habitats of wild animals all the time, we guess it would only be fair to let the animals have an outing into something that is almost exclusively a human area: the supermarkets. In his series Garden Fresh, Agan Harahap mixes the worlds of animals and the “landscapes” of grocery stores and supermarkets. Too see them [Read more...]
Suran is professional photographer born in 1976. He was of sixteen when he started photography and in 2006 he becomes a qualified photographer. His photos have been published many magazines and newspapers in Armenia and worldwide. He is specialized in from Macro to Portraits, landscapes and much more.
Photography Heat is featuring some beautiful photos of human eyes captured by Suran. More pictures [Read more...]
A series of moving ”Then and Now“ photographs, taken in an abandoned school in the city of Detroit. When photographs of the past meet the present and help to remember life days of abandoned sites. A series full of emotion and nostalgia created by Detroiturbex in the Lewis Class Technical High School, ravaged by fire a few years ago. [Read more...]
Now this is #freshnergy, Caleb Charland doesn’t use an average lighting set up for his photographs. Instead, he harnesses the power within fruits, vegetables, and other foods.
His latest project was powered by a single orange, which used iron nails to conduct the electricity. The photo above required a 14 hour exposure.
A beautiful photo series entitled “Dawn” by Yu Yamauchi. “For almost five months straight—four years in a row—600 days, I lived in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji (10,000 feet above sea level). There, I photographed the dawn everyday from the same location”, comments Yamauchi.
“Inspired” is an ad for the new EOS Rebel T4i, the latest in a series of creative campaigns by Canon. Depicting the lengths to which photographers will go to get the perfect shot, the minute-long clip follows a host of single-minded individuals as they brave icy rooftops, wild animals, irate vendors and seaside cliffs, driven only by their imaginations. Watch the commercial for the new camera [Read more...]