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Adam Bird is a talented young photographer from UK who enjoys create surrealistic pictures that could only happen in your dreams. Using cold colors, his photos have a melancholic look-and-feel that is balanced by the playful aspect of many compositions. You can see more of his work on his portfolio website.
In the Chinese countryside, some farmers still build homemade airplanes and helicopters, like in the early days of flying. Chinese photographer Xiaoxiao Xu photographed these dreaming farmers and documented their work through interesting interviews in his book “Aeronotics in the backyard”.
With the advent of the smartphone and apps such as Instagram, photography has become more accessible than ever to the common person on the street. Does this make good photography ubiquitous? Absolutely not. However, it has fostered an increased awareness of photography and its usage, and has raised our expectations on what to expect from […]
These days, it seems taking a great photo isn’t enough. Whether it’s an iconic sports moment, a pivotal event in politics, or simply perfect the timing of a pet doing something very unusual, anyone and everyone can be turned into an internet sensation via a Photoshop battle. For the uninitiated, Photoshop battles occur when someone […]
Jorge Miranda creates cute scenes that mix tiny paper figures with every day objects. In black and white, he creates poetic and funny atmospheres that you’ll enjoy for sure.
If you take a walk in the Swiss Alpes, you’ll get the chance to see stunning landscapes, some animals, and traditionnal chalets. However, not all chalets were made equal. Some of these mountain houses are actually not what they seem. With their fake front walls and roofs, some chalets were just made to hide some […]
We all know that there are dramatic differences between the rich and the poor, even in Western countries. It is often hard to visualize it as it usually comes as abstract numbers. This photography project by Johnny Miller tries to illustrate the divide by taking drone photos of borders between rich and poor areas. The […]
James Popsys is a British artist currently based in Australia. He likes to play with photos and twist it to introduce new imagery that create a new world. A good sense of humor and great Photoshop skills, that’s all it takes to create amazing art.
Christopher Cline loves his dog and likes everybody to know it. He recreated daily life scenes and made it cooler by turning the dog into a giant. The results are quite funny and look like scenes out of a Disney movie.
Turkish photographer Aydın Büyüktaş owns a drone, and you can bet he would not take your average shots with it. Used to distorting the real world in his photographic work, he also add a new dimension in his Flatland series. All the pictures in the series were taken with a drone that took the landscape in […]
Victor Enrich is a fine artist from Barcelona, in Spain. He is self-taught and works mostly with photography and digital art. Looking at his work, one would think that he could have made a good career in architecture. For over ten years now, his work has revolved around the city with various projects that took new […]
Grand prizes for photography always give us the chance to discover spectacular, touching, or beautiful photos. Too often, the photos are a bit too serious, making us hope for something a bit lighter to handle. The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are here just for that, to give you some bloopers and funny photos, showing you that the […]
Using models and plenty of artifacts, photographer Inge Prader worked on re-creating some of Gustav Klimt’s masterpieces. The resulting shots are stunning and unreal.
The ocean is a world in itself, a surreal, spectacular world that exert fascination among the people of earth, and photographers in particular. Enric Adrian Gener is one of these photographers that worked underwater to create dream-like images. You will not be surprised to learn that Gener comes from the Balearic Islands, pretty much the perfect […]
Visual artist Noelle Oswald uses photography to create stunning surreal images, but she refuses to be called a photographer. Based in Budapest, Hungary, she creates self-portraits that are masterpieces. Always in black and white, she plays with light and shadows and includes her body in well-composed visuals.