Most of us at some point in our lives have drunk a shot or two, be it at a friends birthday, an office party or perhaps it’s your regular Friday night?! Whatever the case we’ve all done it and it’s a pretty acceptable social convention. Continue reading »
It seems that there’s nothing interesting about taking pictures of toys because they’re just figures with no emotion that aren’t able to express any feelings. But creativity and talent can produce some outstanding things, and photographer Jared Middleton proves this to be true. He chose toy figures to be his models and takes great photos of them that look just as cool, if not cooler, than any blockbuster movie shot. Continue reading »
Adrian Borda is an artist and photographer from Reghin, Romania. Inspired by an old print campaign for the Berlin Philharmonic, Borda managed to take a fascinating series of photos from the insides of old instruments like a cello and contrabass. To achieve these shots, Borda fit a Sony NEX-6 camera equipped with a Samyang 8mm fisheye lens inside the instrument and then used a smart remote so he could preview the workflow on his phone. Continue reading »
Who knew your pet could get any more majestic? With Wild Masterpieces online photo tool you can create a glamour shot of your pet that would look similar to the beautiful creatures featured below. Continue reading »
Stunning Shots Feature Brilliant Yellows, Reds, Blues & Purples As An Array Of Sunlight Hits The Water At The Perfect Time
These kaleidoscopic images are the work of one persistent photographer’s efforts to capture vibrant hues at the exact moment a wave breaks. Ryan Pernofski‘s stunning shots feature brilliant yellows, reds, blues and purples as an array of sunlight hits the water at the perfect time. Continue reading »
Photographer Zohaib Anjum Took Stunning Shots Of Some Of The World’s Most Luxurious High-Rise Apartments
Zohaib Anjum, a real estate photographer took astonishing pictures of Dubai covered in clouds. In his photos, Dubai looks like a fairyland rising from a sea of fog. Continue reading »
Ever since Art was a child, he loved flying. His mom told me “even when he was a child he didn’t sleep once on the plane, and when he was old enough to have his own seat – it would have to be the window seat. He was glued to the window. He could not get enough of the view from above he would constantly tap my shoulder and tell me ‘ma look’. He was mesmerized by the patterns of the farm fields. Continue reading »
Montana Photographer Miles Glynn’s Shots Of Buffalo, Wild Horses, And Sweeping Canyons Look Lifted From An Old Western Film
“Driven West” features original photographic art by Miles Glynn. Miles lives in Belgrade, Montana and operates his gallery in Virginia City, Montana from May through September. Continue reading »
Series Of Shots Show The Abandoned Bare Steel Infrastructure Of The Bushfield Army Training Camp In UK During WWII
The series of shots show the bare steel infrastructure of the Bushfield army training camp near Winchester which was in operation during World War Two and was used to train Royal Green Jackets recruits in the sixties. Another image shows a pillbox bunker alongside a canal in Berkshire. Other pictures show a crumbling radar tower that was in operation between 1941 and 1943 to monitor shipping near a Tilbury on Thames minefield and the abandoned Women’s Auxiliary Airforce section of RAF Stormy Down, Wales which shows a picket post and empty dark air raid shelter. The spectacular images were taken by an urban explorer who wished to remain anonymous. Continue reading »
Dave Zdanowicz, a prominent landscape photographer from the north of England, here shares his favourite shots from this year. This series brings together photos from January to last month, displaying the fine range of English seasons he has documented.
Bradford under starry skies on January 9, 2016. (Photo by Dave Zdanowicz/Rex Features/Shutterstock) Continue reading »
Oliver Shou is a talented young self-taught photographer, roofer and traveler from San Francisco, California. Oliver shoots a lot of urban, cityscapes and rooftop photography. He focuses on geometrically fascinating environmental portraits. Shou currently based in Shanghai. Continue reading »
The Dronestagram, in collaboration with National Geographic, have announced the winners of their 3rd annual International Drone Photography Contest… and there are some real stunners among the top shots. Here: 1st Prize Winner – Category Travel: Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, Umbria, Italy by fcattuto Continue reading »
Intriguing mug shots of female criminals, taken directly after they were arrested and charged at a police station in New South Wales, Australia, from around the turn of the twentieth century. The photographs come from the Sydney Justice and Police Museum.
Alice Adeline Cooke (pictured above) was convicted of bigamy and theft. By the age of 24 she had amassed an impressive number of aliases and at least two husbands. She was described by police as ‘rather good looking’. Continue reading »
Many are familiar with Bernhard Lang’s work as he is the master of aerial photography. He has captured numerous views of the world from above. Usually, photographers do not devote much of their time to industrial zones – the beauty of nature and outdoors are the usual preference and technical areas are largely neglected. Perhaps Bernhard thought it is time to change that, so he went on to photograph aerial images of industrial scenes in Germany and USA. The series was made in 2014 and includes large storage areas, huge commercial parking spots, massive industrial pipelines, ship ports, commercial railway lines, construction areas and complex manufacturing systems. Continue reading »
Photographer Susie Black was sick of seeing unrealistic photos of women breastfeeding, so she took a photo of herself with her baby. Black posted it on the internet without any editing, and asked other women if they wanted to be photographed in the same way. Lots of women jumped at the chance, and soon this project was born. Continue reading »
What do double rainbows, baby penguins and “ninja” kangaroos have in common? They’re the focus of some of the best images submitted for the 2012 National Geographic Photo Contest. Judges will look at creativity, photographic quality and authenticity of the content across three broad categories: people, places and nature. The magazine will feature the best photographs from each category as well as the $10,000 grand-prize winning shot.
(PHOTO: Lalith Ekanayake/National Geographic Photo Contest)
The progeny, a solitary chick, amidst the adult Great Crested Terns, taken from a prone position, with a wide-angle lens, at a breeding site on a Sri Lankan island off north-western seas. Continue reading »
11.35am, Friday 8 August 1969.
All four Beatles gathered at EMI Studios on the morning of Friday 8 August 1969 for one of the most famous photo shoots of their career. Photographer Iain Macmillan took the famous image that adorned their last-recorded album, Abbey Road. Continue reading »
Intrepid photographers submitted over 700 underwater images for the 2012 Underwater Photography Contest and an adorable red sea slug grinning for the camera was awarded the contest’s star. The annual contest, put on by the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science, showcases the colorful creatures typically beneath reach and awards prizes in three categories: macro, fish or marine animal portrait, and wide angle.
Fan Favorite: Todd Aki Sea nettle Chrysaora quinquecirrh taken on an early morning shore dive off the Breakwater — Monterey, California, USA Continue reading »
Magnesium alloy concept by Nak Design – a radically different design from the iPhone 4. (Gizmodo/NAK)
iPhone 5 is yet to see the light of the day, but people have already started speculating about iPhone 6. Inspired by iPhone 5 rumors artists and designers have come up with their own concept iPhones, some radically different from previous iPhones and others with minor but recognizable variations. Some of the best iPhone 5 concepts below. Continue reading »