Daily Archives: February 22, 2011

Feels like Home by Marcos Calamato

Feels like Home by Marcos Calamato

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These eerie furniture photographs are the works of photographer and graphic designer Marcos Calamato. The photo series consists of a chair, a television and a lamp on a side table. Shot in a dark red tone, these photos convey a sense of mystery and fright.

Dark Lens by Cedric Delsaux

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Cedric Delsaux lives and works in Paris, France. After studying cinematography and journalism, he worked as a bookseller and then as a conceptual-editor in an advertising agency. He has been a full-time photographer since 2003.

Congo Street Style by Francesco Giusti

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Francesco Giusti is a freelance documentary photographer oriented toward investigating issues of social realities, communities and identity. His research about the long-standing inmates of a psychiatric hospital in Naples received the honorable mention of Leica Oskar Barnack Award in 1999 and was a finalist of Prix Care du Reportage Humanitair in 2000. In 2002, he was awarded the Canon Award for Young Photographers for Best Photographic Project with an intimate portrait story about a community of transvestites in Genoa, Italy.

Urban Zoom Photography by Jakob Wagner

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Duesseldorf, Germany-based photographer Jakob Wagner sure knows how to make a city look like a living, breathing being. Using long exposure and Photoshop, he’s created a spectacular series called Urban Zoom. Shot in various cities around the world including Amsterdam and New York, these photos will either transport you to another time and place or make you feel as though you’re stuck in an Inception-like dream.

Urban Photography by Ben Canales

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Creative light urban photography by Ben Canales, talented photographer from Portland, OR.

Not the Invisible by Tommaso Nervegna

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Tommaso Nervegna is a multidisciplinary Designer, Art Director and Photographer. Digital Comunication expert and analyst in the 6 years of commercial experience he has developed a unique creative workflow, that he now shares as a project management consultant, making him a productivity guru.

Beautiful Stevenage by Michael Rolph

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Michael Rolph’s new exhibition Beautiful Stevenage at Campus West is an ironic twist on the photographer’s home-town and a salute to American Photographer Stephen Shore’s seminal photographic series American Surfaces.
Shore, whose work raised the status of everyday American icons and street furniture to high art, describes his work as ‘thinking without words’ and his photographic modus operandi as the attempt to convey the ‘emotional weight in any situation through images’.

Creative Street Photography by Anthony Kurtz

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Anthony Kurtz is a young, emerging, San Francisco based Street-Photographer. His post-apocalyptic series The World of Tomorrow and his India series Beautiful Struggle have garnished him with several awards including the International Photo Awards (IPA) and the global Prix de Photographie de Paris (PX3) competition.

HDR Photography by Toni Verdú Carbó

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Amazing hdr photos by Toni Verdú Carbó, talented urban and architectural photographer, based in Girona, Spain.

Urban Photography by Heiko Waechter

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Creative urban photography by Heiko Waechter, talented photographer who travelled around the world doing great series of photos in Singapor, Beijing, Bali and Taipei. Waechter’s Melbournia collection, however, is especially interesting because it’s seeing a different side of the Australian city.


Creative Surreal Photo Manipulations by Sarolta Ban

Creative Surreal Photo Manipulations by Sarolta Ban

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Sarolta Bán is a 27 year old self-taught photographer/photo manipulator from Budapest, Hungary. Originally a jewelery designer, Sarolta usually works on an image from a few hours to a couple of days and uses up to 100 different layers for one picture.

“I like using ordinary elements and by combining them, I can give them various stories, personalities. I hope that the meanings of my pictures are never too limited, are open in some way, each viewer can transform them into a personal aspect. So I’m happy if different people find different meanings in my images.”

The beauty of her photography lays exactly in creating scenes that look like they are out of this world, a complete release from any experience that you might have from the real world. So, release yourself from your daily stress and worries and enjoy these beautiful surreal photos.

Fake Too Fake by Giovanni Bortolani

Fake Too Fake by Giovanni Bortolani

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Giovanni Bortolani is photographer and digital artist. Begins to shoot pictures at age 11 with the aim of painting landscapes in the garage. Throughout the high school years he develops his projection technique which he uses to paint trompe l’oeil. Pupil of Bruno Munari, he becomes visual designer in Milan at the beginning of the Eighties. He studies at the “Accademia di Belle Arti” and specializes in ad photography in Switzerland. He starts working as a video maker, art director and photographer and realizes many awarded campaigns for eminent brands. Still he doesn’t manage to forget his passion and enthusiasm for experimentation of new roads and for sharing his knowledge by means of international workshops. Pioneer of the digital world and wise old retoucher, he gets distracted by the clouds but keeps on painting with light. Living between Milan and Bologna he establishes Hangar58, a workshop dedicated to creativity applied to the digital image.