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Superhero struggles

Posted by: Jo Briton

Tue, 26 Jan 2016

Canada-based photographer Daniel Picard LOVES pop culture. He loves it so much, in fact, that he’s created an extensive photo series exploring what some of our favourite superheroes, super villains and pop-culture characters might look like if they lived everyday lives just like ours. The one of R2D2 falling over

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Surreal photo manipulations

Posted by: Jo Briton

Tue, 15 Dec 2015

The way this photo has been manipulated makes me feel a little bit queasy. Jati Putra Pratama turns landscape photos into surreal works of art by contorting the scenes to include unusual angles. The Jakarta, Indonesia, graphic designer made waves on Reddit after posting one of his pieces, spawning a

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Winning wildlife photos

Posted by: Jo Briton

Tue, 24 Nov 2015

Any excuse for us to feature a great many wonderful photographs. This time it’s the winning images from the 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contest. The contest attracted over 42,000 photographs from both professionals and amateurs, so we’re sure that the judges had their work cut out for them!

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Beauty in the darkness

Posted by: Jo Briton

Tue, 10 Nov 2015

These photographs embodies a sense of darkness with a hint of hope aiming to show that there is beauty in everything, even at the bleakest of times. They are the fantastic work of Brooke Shaden who focuses on mystical and surreal photos. My Modern Met secured an interview with her

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Panoramic Photos Of Churches

Posted by: Jo Briton

Wed, 21 Oct 2015

These panoramic photos of churches capture the grandeur of a church in one shot. Inspired by Pope Francis’ visit to the US, Richard Silver created a series of vertical panoramic photographs. They let you see the beautiful detail of churches from the entrance to the altar. To see the architecture and

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Going down the tube

Posted by: Jo Briton

Tue, 13 Oct 2015

I remember years of getting on the tube (I’m lucky to work more locally now), but I never experienced them silent and eerie as these photographs show. They remind me of a low budget horror film I once saw called Creep, which gave me the heebie-jeebies! These empty stations were captured

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Scoops of fun

Posted by: Jo Briton

Wed, 23 Sep 2015

We recently been looking at creative and strategic concepts and art direction of several household names including Kit Kat and Joe & Seph’s Gourmet Popcorn. So we can relate to what goes on behind the scenes at photoshoots. ‘Behind the Scoops’ is a fun Tumblr blog that shows us behind-the-scenes

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Chemically altered

Posted by: Jo Briton

Thu, 10 Sep 2015

These are very disturbing photographs on an important and concerning topic. Brandon Seidler draws attention to the damage humans have done to the environment by photographing natural landscapes that have been altered by chemical pollution and then soaking the film in the same harsh chemicals that were found at the

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Tiny tears

Posted by: Jo Briton

Thu, 27 Aug 2015

This is a fascinating photography series, which reveals what tears look like when placed under a microscope. Proving that not all tears are alike, Maurice Mikkers showcases their beautiful varieties under a microscope. The Dutch photographer gathered his friends and spent an evening experimenting, asking them to come over and

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Neat freak

Posted by: Jo Briton

Thu, 30 Jul 2015

I’m a bit of a neat freak; I like things clean, organised and tidy. So I totally get these photographs of everyday objects unified in theme and colour. These perfectly neat colour gradient arrangements are created by Emily Blincoe, from Austin, Texas. While her brother had tried to teach her

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Powerful but elegant

Posted by: Jo Briton

Tue, 14 Jul 2015

Studio dance photographer Alexander Yakovlev creates stunning portraits of professional dancers that are brought to life with the use of airborne flour. Yakovlev doesn't only utilize this powdery element to make his images pop, he has also created a portfolio that allows black and white to meet colour, ballet to meet break

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Birds of a feather

Posted by: Jo Briton

Thu, 18 Jun 2015

In this series titled Birds, fashion photographer Thomas Lohr shows off birds’ amazing plumage. He focuses on tightly cropped, up-close shots of feathers, and he captures a variety of colors, textures, and movements within the illustrious tufts. In some of Lohr’s photographs, it’s even unclear that we’re looking at a

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