Tag: photo series

Apr 14, 2015

So Barack Obama and Kim Jong Un Impersonators Met in LA Recently…

So Barack Obama and Kim Jong Un Impersonators Met in LA Recently…

Barack Obama impersonator Reggie Brown recently met up with preeminent Kim Jong Un impersonator Howard in Los Angeles as the two painted the town red, much to the bewilderment of onlookers. Brown first made worldwide news in 2011 when he was kicked off stage at the Republican Leadership Conference on live television. Brown also…

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Apr 11, 2015

Abandoned Magpie Roams Free but Always Returns to Family that Rescued Her

Abandoned Magpie Roams Free but Always Returns to Family that Rescued Her

It was a cold and windy day when Cameron Bloom’s son Noah spotted her, a 3-week old Magpie that had fallen out of her nest and been abandoned by her mother. “She barely had any feathers … and she was close to dying,” Bloom recalls. The Sydney-based family took her to their local vet…

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Apr 7, 2015

Underwater Photos of Babies Discovering a Brand New World

Underwater Photos of Babies Discovering a Brand New World

Photographer Seth Casteel’s underwater photographs have captivated an international audience, leading to bestselling photo books Underwater Dogs and Underwater Puppies. Now, after what Seth says are among the most joyful shoots of his career, Casteel has found a new way to capture images of our youngest humans at their most playful and pure: underwater.…

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Apr 6, 2015

This Photographer Does Photo Booths for Dogs to Increase Adoption and It’s Working

This Photographer Does Photo Booths for Dogs to Increase Adoption and It’s Working

To help increase adoption rates and show off their unique personalities, the Humane Society of Utah has teamed up with photographer Guinnevere Shuster to create photo booth style portraits of dogs available for adoption. The photo booth project has been a roaring success with placement rate for dogs reaching 93.26% according to the Humane…

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Apr 4, 2015

This Series of Japanese Businessmen Jumping Beside their Daughters is Perfect

This Series of Japanese Businessmen Jumping Beside their Daughters is Perfect

Photographer Yuki Aoyama recently published her series of Japanese businessmen jumping beside their daughters into a 109-page photo book now available on Amazon Japan. According to Spoon & Tamago, the younger generation slyly refer to these ‘salarymen’ as Ossan aka boring old men. In a series of creative portraits, Aoyama challenges the notion, with…

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Mar 30, 2015

Creative and Conceptual Portraits by Ryan Schude

Creative and Conceptual Portraits by Ryan Schude

On Behance, Los Angeles-based photographer Ryan Schude shares a collection of editorial, fine art and advertising portraits he has taken over the years. In fact, Schude’s Portfolio 2 is one of the most viewed and ‘appreciated’ photography projects of all time on Behance. The striking and sometimes bizarre portraits are meticulously crafted and invite…

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Mar 21, 2015

Guy Finds WWII Photos of his Hometown and Reshoots What it Looks Like Today

Guy Finds WWII Photos of his Hometown and Reshoots What it Looks Like Today

Last summer, reddit user MisterBrick found a collection of photos from WWII of his hometown of Dijon, France. As a photo project, he decided to reshoot the pictures to show what the places look like today, 70 years later. If you’re digging this series, you can find many more “then and now” projects featured…

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