Among the trillions of photography-communities on the net, 500px (just like the fabulous 1x.com) stands out like a shining star. They describe themselves like this: “500px is a photographic community powered by creative people from all over the world that lets you share and discover inspiring photographs.” I have my own profile there of course:...
Kee Smans “Seascapes” features great examples of long exposure photography. Check it out at Google+ and make sure to visit his website.
I really love Jakob Wagners series “Urban Zoom” over at Behance. Check it out!
In this video for National Geographic one of the most beautiful scenery on earth and the brave explorers of this vast landscape is documented by Renan Ozturk in breathtaking motion pictures and still photography. This clip really shows you the life and the culture of being a climber. So for those out there not able...
Street photography is probably the most common type of photography, and the net is flooded with it. GOOD street photography however is rare. Matt Stuart shows how its done! Make sure to visit his website for tons and tons of good shit.
I love these awesome GIFs I found over at some random Tumblr. More here
The really really wonderful Tumblr – “Dads: The Original Hipsters”. Chckitout!
Website: jasperjames.co.uk English Jasper James works out of Beijing, China. I fell in love his series City Silhouettes.
One of my all time favorite timelapses: A seven day roadtrip from Los Angeles to New York City.
Website: www.holtermand.dk (His website seems to be faulty at the moment, but his Behance Gallery is filled up with tons of great photos) fa
Ok, so not one, but two photographers: Focus Shift, Ivaylo Petrov and Sofia Zasheva from Sofia, Bulgaria. Website: www.f-shift.com
Swiss Corinne Vionnet has created unique pieces of art from several landmarks all over the world. By collecting several hundreds photos from the same locations and layering them, she has created truly unique and exciting pieces of art.
Website: alexeytitarenko.com Russian Alexey Titarenko is one of my favorite photographers. His “City Of Shadows” series is both excellent creepy and wonderful. Check out Alexeys website which is filled with b&w gems.
Website: irinawerning.com There is a bit of a buzz around Irina Werning on the net theese days towards her ongoing series Back To The Future.
Website: zarias.com Zack Arias website is awsome. Easy to navigate with huge good looking photos and tips in lots of generes.
Website: leemawdsley.co.uk British photographer Lee Mawdsley got a great website filled up with tons of wonderful photos, reaching from glossy editorial work for Wallpaper* to interesting portraits to mention a few. All photos in the series “A Photographer a Day” here
Website: mrtoledano.com English Phillip Toledano’s work is really varied with the great series “Gamers” to the crazy “Hope & Fear“. Make sure to check out all his series on his website.
Website: noelkernsphotography.com Dallas-based photographer Noel Kerns captures old and abandoned places around Texas in a beautiful way. All photos in the series “A Photographer a Day” here
Graphics Designed is graphic designer Jack Crossing from England. His portfolio jackcrossing.com is just amazing and contains a mixture of photography, typography and various other styles.
Second out in our “A Photographer A Day”; LA based Joshaua Stearns. Website: joshuastearns.com
First out in our “A Photographer A Day”; Romain Laurent. Website: romain-laurent.com All photos above copyright Romain Laurent. Visit his website for more great photos: romain-laurent.com
OK, it might be a bit ambitious, but we will present a photographer a day for the next year. With the huge amount of cameras sold, and the growth of interesting photo-sites on the internet it shouldn’t be a problem. A list of all the photographers are found under the tag aphotographeraday. Feel free to...
Drop your pants and check out this insane cool timelapse from mindrelic.com. Yum! NYC – Mindrelic Timelapse from Mindrelic on Vimeo.
With my colleagues I have collected 80 of our best concert photos from the last four years: Check them out!
Check out German Matthias Heiderich’s great series ISO 3ERL1N which contains great photos from Berlin, Germany (all photos in the series here).
Amazing photos from the Klyuchevsky volcano eruption. Lots of more photos over at dementievskiy.livejournal.com Lots of more photos over at dementievskiy.livejournal.com
German Michael Wesely was in 2001 invited by MoMa in NYC to photograph the rebuilding of their museum. His idea was to take single exposure photographs during the entire building process.. that means a 34 month long exposure. Lots more over at itchyi.co.uk!
Swedish Erik Johansson seem to love the surreal side of photography and photomanipulation.
We can sit here and tell you about what we do, or you can see it here first hand. This runs about 15 minutes, so grab a drink and enjoy
Oscar Ribeiro de Almeida Niemeyer Soares Filho (born December 15, 1907) is a Brazilian architect specializing in international modern architecture. He is a pioneer in exploring the formal possibilities of reinforced concrete solely for their aesthetic impact. Im a huge huge HUGE fan and i recently got the book Oscar Niemeyer: Curves of Irreverence by...
Aaaah, my taste is exquisit!! (For real..) I love to browse Flickr for hours and sink into the billions of photos there. Here are some of my favorites below (and ofcourse all of them here..)
Ive always wanted to travel to Iceland to photograph and to, eh, do Icelandic stuff. Anyway, french designer and photographer Michael Levy did so and made this great website with photos from his trip. Text in French, but I let the images speak for themselves. Make sure to check out Michael’s website for hundreds of...
Iceland, Eyjafjallajökull – May 1st and 2nd, 2010 from Sean Stiegemeier on Vimeo.
I bought a weird and cool book in Tokyo by Ken Ohyama called “Junction”. Its basically photos of huge concrete junctions around Tokyo / Japan. I found his Flickr-profile and he has posted tons of interesting photos. Check out his huge “Interchange” gallery.
Combine two photos from different times and voila, you have this brilliant gallery over at Flickr. Ultracool!