Buenos Aires-based art director and digital artist Martín De Pasquale is called by some the Photoshop wizard and not without a reason. He’s masterful digital photo manipulations blur the boundaries between dreams and reality, between things funny and scary.
There’s a mystical forest in Belgium, not far from Brussels, that will take your breath away if you visit it in April or May. Every spring, Hallebros, or Bois de Hal (Halle Forest in Dutch), a beautiful 552 ha forest, is carpeted with a thick layer of bluebell flowers.
Iceland might be a small and remote nation, but it also happens to be one of the most picturesque as well. If you’re not yet convinced that Iceland must be your next destination, here are 37 photographs with astonishing Icelandic scenes to prove that it should be!
Sebastian Łuczywo is a brilliant Polish photographer who loves capturing the dearest moments in the lives of his beautiful family in their rural village in Poland. The photographs are mostly black and white, which gives them even more depth and lets the viewer focus on their emotion.
His highly ambitious underwater photo session involved 2 models, 7 safety divers and one 50-year-old sunken shipwreck in the waters of Bali. Just in case you have any doubts, Photoshop was only used in post-production editing - these photos are real.
Iceland attracts many photographers and travellers for its rugged and dramatic scenery, which is unlike anywhere else in the world. UK-based photographer Andy Lee found a way to stand out of the crowd, however, with his deeply atmospheric infrared landscape photography in “Blue Iceland.”
Along with circuses and research labs for experiments with animals, zoos are yet another type of institution often tainted by the cruel and unethical treatment of animals. Many zoos have unnatural environments with little daylight, poor (if any) natural floral variety, insufficient or low-quality food, little to social contact, and claustrophobically small living spaces. But...
Kind-hearted Hungarian photographer Sarolta Ban thought of a unique idea to help find new owners for homeless dogs. She created a project called "Helping Dogs with Images" where people can submit photos of shelter animals that she then creates surreal photo portraits for. The artist believes that a good picture can help them gain more...
Photographer Wil Mijer loves capturing the smaller living bits of nature, such as spiders, flies, butterflies and frogs and she does so with elegance and artistic devotion. The frog is quite a rare object in macro photography, so the fact that she loves shooting them makes her photos even more fascinating.
The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Releases Over 400,000 Images From Its Epic Collection To The Public Online
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the largest art museum in the U.S. and one of the most important museums in the world, just digitally released a collection of almost 400,000 pictures of works in its collection online.
Australia-based photographer Steve Axford loves to travel to the remotest corners of the earth, capturing the lives of people, animals, and most importantly, fungi. His fascinating photographs of the diverse world of fungi seem to picture a fantastic expedition to some distant alien world.
Photographer Anastasia Pottinger was once approached by a 101-year-old woman who wanted her body to be photographed in the nude. She was fascinated by the results, recognizing that the photos she had were special. This is how the „Centenarians“ project was born.