It’s astonishing that such a seemingly scattered mess of random objects, when precisely assembled, have the ability to throw such an accurate human silhouette. You absolutely must click through the link below to view these impressive works of art. (via thisismarvelous.com)
More images -> thisismarvelous.com
Visit -> timnobleandsuewebster.com
All the best things in life are represented in the photography by L.A. based Scott G Toepfer. Guitars, motorcycles, surfing, classic cars and trucks… it’s just a good place to be. (via Brian B.)
Visit -> www.sgtoepfer.com/
I find these ‘Light Experimentations’ taken in northern Quebec to be very well captured and inspirational. Coming from a photographer who states “I hate landscape”, Benoit Paillé tries to create his own by modifying the environment with light. More beyond the link.
Visit -> http://www.behance.net/
New York based photographer Christopher Payne places the focus of his work on the documentation of America’s vanishing architecture and industrial landscape. I very much enjoy his ‘Asylum’ series (Asylum: Inside the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals (MIT Press, 2009)) from his portfolio site, capturing unkempt interiors and the remnants of things left behind. […]
One way to go about capturing a strong image is to be in an interesting place to begin with. I really enjoy Argijale’s Flickr photostream because he seems to constantly immerse himself in places and situations that make for interesting photography.
Visit -> www.flickr.com/photos/argijale/
Earth | Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS from Michael König on Vimeo.
This NASA/ISS video has been super popular the past couple days in the digi-nets, and rightly so. It’s absolutely mind-blowing. What amazes me is the fact the earth is so electrically charged, both naturally and by man, at all […]
Notes from Vimeo page:
“Midnight Sun: A natural phenomenon occurring in the summer months north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle where the sun never fully sets and remains visible 24 hours a day. This short time lapse film was shot during the Icelandic Midnight Sun in June of 2011. For 17 days I […]
Very inspiring portrait photography coming from filmmaker and a photographer Paolo Novelli. The stunning light and texture make them feel like old master oil paintings. More beautiful work beyond the link below (discovered on www.nalden.net).
Excerpt from his website:
“In 2009 I left for Kenya to work on a photographic project, I intended to portray the subtle balance […]
Vancouver based photographer Elizabeth Gadd has a terrific Flickr photo stream full of great outdoor scenery and other amazing moments. I really like her latest landscapes, full of light and sometimes accented with human figures. Have a look for yourself via the link below.
Visit -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/elizabethgadd/
8 Hours in Brooklyn from Next Level Pictures on Vimeo.
Nice capture and edit coming from Next Level Pictures. Very much worth the view.
Notes from Vimeo:
“All footage was shot within an 8 hour span in Brooklyn, NYC. Several of these shots will be used in part w/ a series of spots we are directing/producing which will […]
Lifetime Collective Spring/Summer 2012 “The Road Trip” from Salazar on Vimeo.
This is a pretty fun and beautifully shot summer road trip short video produced by a small band of directors called Salazar. Nice light, interesting action and an overall warm summer aesthetic. Worth a view.
Visit -> http://www.salazarfilm.com/
I’ve been following the updates by Nuremburg, Germany based designer and photographer Johannes Heuckeroth for some time now. His latest batch of architectural photography is really stunning, consistently magical light, thoughtful cropping… I especially like his long exposure cityscape captures. If you enjoy works like these, you’ll want to stop by his Flickr stream for a few clicks.
Visit -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/pfn/
Nightsurf from Iker Elorrieta on Vimeo.
Shot by Barcelona videographer Iker Elorrieta, this video captures a fairly rare look into Surfing at night. It’s amazingly captured and the moody soundtrack adds an air of sophistication to the piece. Well worth a view. The last shot of one of the Surfers up against the moon is unbelievable.
Visit -> http://www.ikerelorrieta.com/
Mindrelic – Manhattan in motion from Mindrelic on Vimeo.
Great timelapse work coming from Rochester, NY based videographer Josh Owens. From his sweeping slow pans over time square to the street level pedestrian shots this video is absolutely stunning.
Visit -> http://www.mindrelic.com/
Follow -> http://twitter.com/#!/mindrelic