Mood Colorful: An Interview with Niklas Porter Share Tweet As years pass by, street photography is becoming a tough arena for competitive photographers. Everyone wants to be the next Henri Cartier-Bresson, the popularity of genre makes the overall aesthetic of street photographs to be repetitive. Source: Mood Colorful: An Interview
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have announced the finalists for 2018, 41 photos were selected from over 2000 entries and the final award will be announced on November 15th 2018. According to Tom Sullum, one of the founders of the awards, “The humour remains as brilliant each year, with new animals that we havent seen represented before being featured.” The overall winner is judged by an expert panel to have a mix of the best technical excellence, together with the most amusing content and caption.
For someone who had a 24-hour shoot ahead of him, filmmaker and photographer Senay Berhe looked pretty chilled on the Saturday afternoon we meet in Stockholm. We’re with a group of other creatives from around the world at a workshop being held at the Swedish Institute offices and he’s just
The latest and final release in Australian photographer Tom Blachford ’s long-running project, Midnight Modern, will be exhibited for the first time at TOTH Gallery in New York this month. Loosening the shackles of Palm Springs and Mid Century, Blachford’s new show of 12 large-scale works explores some of the outer reaches of the Modernist movement in architecture, captured using only the light of the full moon. “Blachford’s series is a surreal ode to the landscapes of California and its cache of pristine Modernist buildings,” says the Gallery. “Shot entirely at night, bathed in moonlight, the homes, vintage cars, and foliage appear as they have been captured in another space and time.
Striking, innovative and conceptually rich, this selection of cultural institutions combines form and function to offer dynamic settings for the appreciation of art and design. Turner Contemporary, Margate, by David Chipperfield Architects Inspired by English painter JMW Turner’s interest in the location, this structure is clad in translucent glass, enabling its interior to flood with light in response to daily and seasonal changes.
It all started when photographer Gail Albert Halaban’s daughter Zoe turned one in 2005, and her neighbours from across the street sent balloons and flowers to celebrate. She trained her lens on opposing windows, putting on full display the intimate, unguarded moments of people in their homes.
Tim Tadder shared an incredible photography post on his Behance profile titled “Portraits in Color. The composition and colors are just fantastic. They are part of the Glowing color, a series of images exploring light. shadow, shape and tone. Source: Super Stylish Portrait in Color Photography by Tim Tadder
Northlandscapes: Glacier Photography by Jan Erik Waider Photographer Jan Erik Waider spends 6 months a year traveling through the Nordic countries to capture some of the most breathtaking remote landscapes. “I was always drawn to the North. Source: Northlandscapes: Glacier Photography by Jan Erik Waider
A Somewhat Classic Beauty – Lines and Circles Photography/styling: Elena Iv-skaya Model: Mélanie Telegone Make-up: Florence Delaunay Beauty, elegance and fierce attitude defines Reunion-based fashion photographer Elena Iv-Skaya’s eye-catching work. Source: A Somewhat Classic Beauty – Lines and Circles, photography by Elena Iv-skaya
Rihanna by Deana Lawson. COURTESY GARAGE MAGAZINE For Garage magazine’s 15th issue, Rihanna features in a cover image photographed by Deana Lawson , whose appearance in the 2017 Whitney Biennial helped propel her to widespread popularity. Source: Deana Lawson Photographs Rihanna for Garage Magazine
You’ve probably heard the saying that pets often look the same as their owner. Gerrard Gethings decided to try this theory out, using some talent and a bit of creativity to create these hilarious portraits of owners posing in the same manner as their furry friends. Source: Photographer Takes Side
The 2018 edition of Unseen Amsterdam – a leading event for the discovery of new photographic talent – announces its full programme, offering a rich selection of exhibitions and events that look to the future of the medium. The selection of emerging artists responds to current socio-political issues through poignant