Leica Portrait -> Joel Meyerowitz

Notes from Vimeo:
“An award-winning street photographer who has been creating memorable images in the great photojournalistic tradition since 1962, Joel Meyerowitz pioneered the use of color in this slice of life genre, and his classic book on Cape Cod, “Cape Light” was instrumental in changing the prevailing dismissive attitudes toward color photography. An inveterate Leica […]

Leica -> Rumors Black and White M10

This is all very exciting. Rumors are flying that suggest Leica will be releasing an M10 version to their digital camera lineup that shoots exclusively black and white. Yes, no color photos coming from this camera body, just super detailed black and white photos rendered from a real black and white sensor. The other interesting […]

Nerhol -> Timelapse Portrait Photography

Book and paper artist Ryuta Iida and artist Yoshihisa Tanaka have partnered to create these amazing timelapse portraits that have been cut and sliced to reveal the subtle changes that occur as time passes us by. The works above are just a few selects from a larger collection called ‘Misunderstanding Focus’. It’s interesting how some […]

Studio Neat -> Frames iPhone App

Studio Neat Made an App from Studio Neat on Vimeo.
This is guaranteed to bring hours of fun for those who love to dabble with stop motion and timelapse. Just an awesome app idea coming from Studio Neat.
Get App -> http://itunes.apple.com/app/frames
Visit -> http://www.studioneat.com/

Martin Klimas -> Porcelain Figurines

These amazingly precise photos by German photographer Martin Klimas are absolutely brilliant to take in. Dropped from 3 meters, the porcelain figures are captured in mid explosion creating an effect that is rarely seen by the human eye in such detail. Super inspiring to those who love and appreciate sophisticated photography technique. Spotted -> @catoosha!
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Delaney Allen -> Photography

The photography of Portland, Oregon based Delaney Allen is brilliant. Fantastic cloudscapes, rogue waves, mundane objects in extraordinary environments and even still moments that pull at one’s emotional heartstrings. It’s all there.
Visit -> delaneyallen.tumblr.com/
Visit -> www.flickr.com/photos/delaneyallen/

We are Wild -> Emerging Photographers

‘We are wild’ is a great destination to discover emerging photographers. You get a good glimpse into their world as well as a bit of a story behind each mind that is producing the fantastic work. Above are some of my favorite shots from the Elizabeth Weinberg collection. So many amazing artists to discover, such […]

Aurora 2012 -> Christian Mülhauser

Aurora 2012 from Christian Mülhauser on Vimeo.
I have to admit, there have been so many brilliant photos and videos of the northern lights lately that I have kind of become a bit desensitized to them. However, this well captured footage by Christian Mülhauser is a good one to check out. Side note: the music is […]

Argijale -> Flickr Photostream

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/

Simon Harsent -> Iceberg Portraits

Photographer Simon Harsent’s thought provoking ‘Melt’ series of iceberg portraits fascinate me. At first glance they feel powerful and have a sense of permanence, but then those feelings are soon replaced by a darker reality, making them seem dismal and fragile. Aside all of that, they are amazingly captured and processed. Be sure to have […]

Try on a New Sofa -> Ikea Video

Ikea has always produced fresh/fun ways to promote and demo their new products online, which makes sense given that their in-store experience is all about doing just that. This video experience is pretty entertaining. The sets are probably the most impressive part to me, with each one so amazingly rich and well shot into. Cool […]

Seattle 2012 -> Snowstorm Photos

I haven’t had a lot of free time to post this week. I’ve been shoveling snow and taking photos of all the wild weather that we’ve been experiencing here in the Pacific NW. I’ve got a bunch of photos that I will be processing and posting over the next few days, and another good night […]

Screen Series -> Matthew Tischler

I came across Matthew Tischler’s photography works this morning while browsing my Tumblr dashboard. These images immediately caught my eye. Shooting through a screen is such a simple idea, but it creates a really fresh and familiar effect. His attention to color and composition takes his technique to an extra level. More to see on […]

Favourite Places 2: Tempelhofer Feld -> Matthias Heiderich

Berlin based photographer and designer Matthias Heiderich is a master at minimalism and at setting a distinct melodramatic mood with his photography. I personally enjoy the muted palette that he achieves with his photo processing and his ability to balance his subject matter vs. the void. Brilliant work, more to see beyond the links below.
Visit -> http://www.behance.net/massju
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Volvo -> xctravels.com

You’ve got to love the big budget hyper-immersive branded experiences that come from automotive industry giants like Volvo. For a designer, it’s kind of a dream to work on stuff like this. This particular experience features an inspirational deep dive for adventure seeking Volvo fanboys… the cars, the amazing destinations, the bears… it’s all there. […]