Posts Tagged: Conceptual Photography
The Dark City project takes a slightly different approach to conceptual photography. Francesco Romoli is combining two series - "Possible Worlds" and "Reality show”- somewhat opposite to one another, using an analogue technique, using a Polaroid, and a digital technique, using image manipulation.
The works of French photographer Stéphane Anthonioz can tell anyone's story. The ghostly appearances of peoples silhouettes allows the viewers to identify themselves with the photograph, echoing past feelings and emotions, so personal and intimate, and yet so
Samiyah Khan, a.k.a S. Khan Photography is a a 17 year old young photographer based in Canada who is inspired by dreams, fairy tales and the beauty of this world. Her uncanny photographs have are filled with secret meanings and symbols, seeking an emotional
Bahamas based photographer, Elena Kalis, captures a whole new aquatic world in her works. These underwater shots are truly amazing, from the colors and models, to the rippling waters and their surreal glow. Take a look!
Mark Mawson is a London and Sydney based photograph, famous for his numerous photo-shootings for advertising agencies & magazines. Here we show you an amazing series of fourteen underwater ink photographs entitled Aqueous Fluoreau. Enjoy!
Rafa Zubiria is a surprising and versatile photographer, whos disturbing photos defy with dreamlike surrealism the politically correct positions. In his works we discover a formally sophisticated artist that confronts us with beautiful, evocative and sensual images.
"Dancers among us" is the name of one of the most unusual projects of American photographer Jordan Matter, who is presented with modesty, as "one of the 1,567,892 photographers in New York ".
Nicholas Hendrickx is a very creative Belgian photographer that put a fly’s world into a whole other perspective. In this series called “The Adventures of Mr. Fly” we get to see the artist’s creativity and perfectionism at their best. What a
The work of American fine art photographer Brooke Shaden is a way to create new worlds where the impossible becomes possible, where women are floatin and the fairy tales, transparent cloths, dreams, textures, all freeze a moment that never seems to end. She