“Lost In The Dark And Then Gone”: Atmospheric Photography Inspired By Nature And Dreams

It’s hard not go get swept up in the work of Hadar Ariel Magar, an Israel-based photographer who finds inspiration in nature and dreams. Often set in fields or rivers, her work has a dreamy quality that can be both calming and disturbing. Photography, for Magar, is a therapeutic act that allows her the freedom to explore avenues of self-expression. Continue reading »

“In The Middle Of Nowhere”: Young Photographer Captures Atmospheric Photos Of The Russian Suburb

Meet Artemy Tuzof, a young photographer from Ryazan region, Russia. Continue reading »

Turkish Photograher Gül Yıldız Captures Minimal And Atmospheric Black And White Urban Scenes

Gül Yıldız was born in Usak, Turkey. She graduated from Ankara University with an engineering degree. Afterwards she had a degree for photography and videography from Anadolu University as well. Continue reading »

Ethereal And Atmospheric Female Portraits By Alessio Albi

Amazing radiant portraits of feminine beauty by Alessio Albi, extremely astonishing photographerr, who specialized in portraits, storytelling, and commercials. Alessio was born in Perugia 31 years ago. He grew up fascinated by nature and visual arts but his education and interest in science brought him to an academic degree in Medical Biotechnologies and 3 years of working as a nutritionist. His human subjects is a contemplative young women, emerging from within their natural surroundings. Continue reading »

“Nothing Stands Obscured”: The Superb Dark And Atmospheric Cinematic Artworks By Alexander Mandradjiev

We can’t get enough of the dark, atmospheric sci-fi themed paintings and illustrations of Alexander Mandradjiev. Continue reading »

Stunning Atmospheric Photographs Of London Streets At Night In The 1930s

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There was another London, before clean air, before the Blitz, before post-war reconstruction. It was a night time London. These atmospheric images of London streets in the 1930s, before the Blitz, before the clean air act, before sodium lighting. It was a city of gloomy back streets lit by dim lamps, with forbidding alleys and the occasional welcoming light. The photographs are from a book called London Night, by John Morrison and Harold Burdekin, which was published in 1934. Continue reading »