Art photography

Dreams revealed in Moon’s photographs

I’ve always loved dream-like, surreal photography. I’m a big fan of Man Ray’s works and recently I have discovered another incredible artist: photographer and filmmaker Sarah Moon.

Sarah Moon PhotographySarah Moon Photography

Fantastic photographs of Dariusz Klimczak

I spent so many days trying to figure out how Dariusz Klimczak took these splendid photographs. Klimczak definitely charmed me with his surreal artworks, based on perfect compositions, eerie, fascinating characters, fictional sets and accurate technique.

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Paintings and pixels

I love Ditte Isager's style. Her photographs remind me of Johannes Vermeer's paintings, due to the way she uses light and mixes colors, objects and materials.

Ditte Isager, The World of Gloria VanderbiltDitte Isager, The World of Gloria Vanderbilt

Fashion photography and vintage cameras

These mesmerizing images belong to brilliant Ellen Rogers, specialized in fine art and fashion photography. For this magnificent work she uses about 30-40 different cameras, depending on her mood.

Ellen Rogers, CrowEllen Rogers, Crow

Wayne Levin and his monochromatic oceans

Underwater world photographed in black and white? You could think that such an approach minimizes the beauty of seascapes and marine animals. But in fact, Wayne Levin photographs enhance their uniqueness, and give a more fictional look to the underwater world.

Wayne Levin, FloatingWayne Levin, Floating

Healed by the love for images

Jeremy O'Sullivan has a great flair for photography. He doesn't work for specific clients, so, from that point of view, Jeremy has the total liberty to make photos as he pleases and to reinterpret reality based on his very own criteria. And that's probably why his photographs are moving and artistic.

Jeremy O'Sullivan PhotographyJeremy O'Sullivan photography, Liu Yuan

A reason to dare the world

Photography gives Andris Feldmanis the perfect reason "to pull myself together and step out of the apartment" as he openly says. This young and talented Estonian artist has an incredible sense of photographic subjects. He is working almost all the time with cameras like Bronica SQ-a, Ricoh GRD II (mainly used as a light meter for the Bronica), Olympus XA.

Andris Feldmanis, AttackAndris Feldmanis, Attack

Snapshots of everlasting nature

For her Human Nature art project Debbie Carlos took stunning nature-like photography with wild-life scene exhibits at Chicago's Field Museum. Debbie's photographs of taxidermied animals give the illusion that a quiet life goes on inside those glass showcases. It's because of the obscure light she explores in her photos, those desaturated tones that makes the images romantic but dark, with a mystical atmosphere.

Debbie Carlos, Human NatureDebbie Carlos, Human Nature

Life through photographic lenses

Peter Lippmann is a still life photographer (capturing impressive  images of food and plants), born in USA, but working for the past 15 years in Paris. He captures the wild, sometimes dark, side of glamour in fashion editorials and advertising and is also a sought after portrait photographer.

Peter Lippmann, personal work, CameraPeter Lippmann, personal work, Camera

Garance Doré and her fascinating fashion portraits

Undoubtedly street style has become one of the biggest inspiration sources for the fashion world. Street fashion photo-blogs and online glossy magazines publish weekly (some daily) an impressive number of shots taken on street, showing interesting personal styles of regular people or fashion insiders. But quantity doesn’t beat quality and there are few street-style photographers that attain a high level of aesthetic (Scott Schuman’s The Sartorialist is one) but there’s no one that can achieve the artistic quality of miss Garance Doré’s snapshots.

Garance Dore - style photo

"The Birthday Party" of Vee Speers

The Birthday Party photo series is an unsettling collection of children's portraits inspired by the anniversaries of Vee Speers's own daughter. The pictures capture the duplicitary nature of children, both brutal and defenseless, sweeping tiresome stereotypes about childhood like “the happiest period of life” cliché.

Vee Speers