Dmitry Zelenskiy is a 27-year-old photographer from Stavropol, Russia. He was one of the founders of Studio 52 and has spent a great deal of his life in Kamchatka, Russa, looking to show the greatness of the peninsula’s vast volcanoes and natural beauty.
South Florida photographer Aaron Ansarov has taken these Portugese man o’ war jelly fish and placed them under white lighting to reveal up close their naturally amazing colors. These creatures are fairly dangerous and sting their prey or people if they are approached too closely.
What started out as a time lapse of nature, turned into a surrealistic dreamlapse for artist Mitch Myers. With photography from Andrew Shurtleff and music by Eskmo, Myers edited the footage using motion graphics, 3D animation and color correction. Really awesome stuff here.
The Smithsonian Magazine has announced 50 finalists for its 10th annual photography content, which has attracted over 37,600 photographers from 112 different countries. The contest is open to work in five categories: The Natural World, Travel, People, Americana, and Altered Images. If you would like to view the rest of the contestants and vote for … Read more
I posted an article about photographer Anton Repponen last week, detailing his beautifully captured images from Brazil, but I simply haven’t been able to get enough of his work. The Russian born Repponen traveled all throughout Italy to create these amazing photographs. His stops include Rome, Florence, Pisa, Capri Island, Elba Island, Castagnetto Carducci, Sorrento, … Read more
Yann Arthus-Bertrand is a French photographer and photojournalist who has been the winner of many prestigious awards. He was born in Paris in 1946 and continues to use his famous style of taking highly textured and contrasted photographs of the Earth for the air.
The Sony World Photography Awards have selected the best photographs from over 122,000 images taken in more than 170 different countries. Below are the winning candidates which will be shown in London at the Somerset House exhibit from April 26th – May 12th.
Marsel and Daniella have visited the same place in Namibia for over a decade. The footage here consists of two years of work in the making, shot entirely during the night with Nikon D3, D3s and D4 cameras. They used small headlights for selectively lighting trees and rocks, and sometimes used only the moon to … Read more
It‘s about where your mind‘s at. It‘s about where you left your soul These are the words that photographer Carsten Jamrow uses to approach not only his work, but his life. The internationally awarded German photographer has worked for clients like Adidas, Nintendo and BMW, but his independent work combined different passions in his manner … Read more
“The heat and the softness of the sunshine The peace and the rawness of the storms and the cold. The motion and the rhythm and the ebb and the flow Of the tides and the wind Of this glorious weather all around” Directed by filmmaker Seb Montaz, this truly beautiful short film details all of the … Read more
Over the past 6 years, La Blogotheque has vastly changed the way people experience music. By filming universally-known bands in the most intimate, acoustic settings, fans experience their talents in ways never seen before. Praised by the New York Times, USA Today, Variety and more, La Blogotheque’s Takeaway Shows encompass the underground approach to popular … Read more
Bulgarian photographer Aneta Ivanova has created a wonderful series of double exposure photographs that blends together the human body along with nature and man made structures