Tag: photo series

Apr 21, 2012

Touching Portraits of Elderly Animals

Touching Portraits of Elderly Animals

In this powerful and touching series by photographer Isa Leshko, we get an intimate glimpse into the lives of elderly animals. Below is a small gallery of these moving black and white photographs along with a short documentary on Isa’s Eldery Animals series by Walley Films. To see more images from this series or…

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Mar 27, 2012

Incredible Plumes of Ink Photographed Underwater

Incredible Plumes of Ink Photographed Underwater

Artwork and Photography by ALBERTO SEVESO Alberto Seveso is an illustrator and graphic designer from Italy. In his latest series a due Colori, Alberto photographs plumes of ink underwater. The textures, detail and organic shapes are absolutely incredible. You can find previous versions of this series on Behance here, here and here. Be…

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Mar 21, 2012

25 Death-Defying Photos by Vadim Makhorov

25 Death-Defying Photos by Vadim Makhorov

South Bridge, Kiev | Photograph by Vadim Mahorov @ dedmaxopka.livejournal.com Russian photographer Vadim Mahorov goes to death-defying heights for the perfect shot. While the thrill of scaling buildings, towers and monuments is part of the allure, the dramatic aerial landscapes Vadim captures are absolutely breathtaking. Although many are quick to lump Vadim with…

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Mar 19, 2012

Portraits of Native Americans from the Early 1900s

Portraits of Native Americans from the Early 1900s

The Edward S. Curtis Collection offers a unique glimpse into Curtis’s work with indigenous cultures. The more than 2,400 silver-gelatin photographic prints were acquired by the Library of Congress through copyright deposit from about 1900 through 1930. About two-thirds (1,608) of these images were not published in Curtis’s multi-volume work, The North American…

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Mar 14, 2012

High Speed Photographs Made From Music

High Speed Photographs Made From Music

Artwork and Photograph by MARKUS REUGELS German artist Markus Reugels specializes in high-speed and macro photography. By isolating the basslines from techno tracks, Markus captured these incredible (and brief) moments of explosive colour. He accomplishes this feat by the following methodology: 1. Uses water and paint and places it in the middle of…

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Feb 28, 2012

Ansel Adams Captures Life on a Japanese Internment Camp

Ansel Adams Captures Life on a Japanese Internment Camp

Photograph by Ansel Adams via The Library of Congress Manzanar (which means ‘apple orchard’ in Spanish), is the site of one of ten camps where over 110,000 Japanese Americans were imprisoned during World War II. Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada in California’s Owens Valley between the towns of Lone Pine…

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Feb 15, 2012

Porcelain Metamorphosis by Martin Klimas

Porcelain Metamorphosis by Martin Klimas

Photograph by MARTIN KLIMAS When cheap, cut-rate porcelain figurines hit the ground they shatter. Photographer Martin Klimas captures this transformative and fleeting moment right before their demise. The juxtaposition of the figurine’s imminent destruction and their stoic face makes for a very striking capture. Martin calls these ‘temporary sculptures’. It takes countless attempts…

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