Todd Bretl is known as a photographer who is fond of underwater photography and who creates amazing photographs depicting large and small habitants of the ocean.
Ukrainian photographer Oleg Oprisco not so long ago became a star of the Internet. And for good reason. The work of the photographer impresses not only by its ingenuity, but also by harmony, the quality of the production and many more.
Tokyo based photographer Martin Bailey has managed to create a unique series of shots showing the icy beauty of Antarctica.
American photographer Arthur Tress connected bits of childhood nightmares into a unique photo series called Dream Collector.
Australian photographer Tom Blachford offers a unique bird’s-eye perspective of the Australian metropolis. Tom is interested in aerial photography for a long time now.
California based photographer Gregg Segal got interested in the garbage issue not only in his country but all around the world. To this issue he dedicated this original photo project.
Ursula Sprecher and Andy Cortellini are two photographers who are obsessed with people’s hobbies. These two authors from Switzerland created a unique photo project called Hobby Buddies.
Photographer Andrew Waits got interested in the contents of fireworks. We all did see these beautiful pictures in the sky generated by these little things, but we did not see how they look inside.
According to William Kass, food is not just for eating. The author sees in it whole worlds for miniature people to live in.
The duo of professional photographers called Floto+Warner created an unusual project entitled Colourant, which is a mixture of landscape and high-speed photography.