Dean Bradshaw is an Australian photographer living in Southern California and in a past life he was a field biologist working with snakes in Outback Australia. This is a set of different editorial photography for brands and publications and the photographs are so rich and detailed in lighting.
Vanessa Dualib takes some great photos using eggs and other food, she will make you both hungry and tickle your funny bone.
Julia Trotti is an eighteen year old photography from Sydney, Australia. She create dreams and document people and places that are lovely and strange and beautiful. Photography is important to her because it’s a way of living.
Mathijs Delva is from Belgium his style is minimal with shallow depth of field, he photographs nature, people, still life and also architecture. Mathijs shoots all subject matter from landscapes to still-life, architecture to flowers using both digital and film cameras. Below is a selection of some of his most interesting photos. Mathijs’ prints are for sale, to find out more just head over to his site.
Creative photography by Ibai Acevedo who is an a photographer based in Barcelona, Spain, Ibai Acevedo starting with the camera and ending with the digital dark room. An avalanche of colors mixed in a swirling world of reality and dreams, this guy’s work is sure to leave you in awe.
Martin Turner based in Bristol, UK, His work has featured in numerous publications and recently featured in the Landscape Photographer of the Year book, his shot ’7 More London’ was projected onto the exterior of the National Theatre in London.
Badain Jaran Desert is the 4th largest desert in the world and the 3rd largest in China, with an area of 47,000 square kilometers, and 35,000 square kilometers laid in Alxa Right banner.
Badain Jaran Desert is between 1100m and 1600m above the sea level, and the relative altitude of the sand mountains range from 200m to 500m. The sand mountains account for 61% of the entire desert area. At the hinterland of the desert, big sand dunes are formed at regular intervals by the wind power, which look like huge ocean waves impressing the tourists strongly.
Alberto Seveso is an illustrator and graphic designer from Italy. In his latest series a due Color, Alberto photographs plumes of ink underwater. The textures, detail and organic shapes are absolutely incredible.
Underwater ink photographs.were made by taking high-speed photographs of ink mixing with water, but unlike the previous times, the artist mixed two colors and titled his new series ‘a due Colori’.
This is a series of Black and White Underwater Photography by Kanoa Zimmerman who is a world traveler who takes us with him on his exotic adventures, Unlike other photographers who submerge into the depths of the world's deepest oceans to capture a splurge of color, Zimmerman chooses to keep the color scheme simple by muting out the multihues of underwater life without subduing its beauty.
Natsumi Hayashi, a photographer from Tokyo, Japan, has decided to question the laws of gravity with his beloved camera and it seems that in his world, people are very able to levitate.
His photos are reminding me a little bit on a Peter Pan cartoon and, indeed, his characters do look like real-life Peter Pans. They are easily, with no signs of any exertion, floating around, as same as Peter Pan does.