Funny Animals by Eibo

November 6, 2012 | in Photography
Funny Animals by Eibo

Ibrahim M. Al Sayed is an architect and photographer from Saudi Arabia. Became interested in photography in 2008, and immediately attracted the attention on his work for his perfectionism and the essential attention to details.

From a Smile to Sadness with Gilad Benari

November 5, 2012 | in Photography
From a Smile to Sadness with Gilad Benari

His photographs don’t have a clear style and not stick to one particular genre. The only thing that distinguishes the work of Benary from hundreds of thousands of others is no staging. Gilad is a kind of urban romantic.

100 Abandoned Houses by Kevin Bauman

November 5, 2012 | in Photography
100 Abandoned Houses by Kevin Bauman

According to statistics, the population of Detroit has decreased over the past five years, almost in half. If in the middle of the last century there lived nearly two million people, in the past year – a little over 700,000.

Macro Photography by Thomas Shahan

November 4, 2012 | in Photography
Macro Photography by Thomas Shahan

American photographer and researcher makes unbelievable horrible and beautiful at the same time shots. Insects on the photographs of Thomas look like aliens from science fiction movies or monsters from horrors.

Landscape photography by Alexandru Popovski

November 4, 2012 | in Photography
Landscape photography by Alexandru Popovski

He is considered an expert in landscape photography. Nevertheless he works not only in this area. He tries to expand his horizons and portfolio. On the pages of famous photo resources you can see many of his works.

Dream Worlds by Mac Oller

November 3, 2012 | in Photography
Dream Worlds by Mac Oller

This amazing photographer and dreamer was born in the Polish town of Elblag. Now he moved to Sopot, a Baltic resort town, where he continues his work.

HDR Photography by Jean-Michel Priaux

November 3, 2012 | in Photography
HDR Photography by Jean-Michel Priaux

This talented photographer from the Alsace, France, creates fabulous views, using the High Dynamic Range technique, which allows him to turn an ordinary landscape photo in something incredibly colorful and amazing.

Finnish Landscapes by Mikko Lagerstedt

October 30, 2012 | in Photography
Finnish Landscapes by Mikko Lagerstedt

Finnish self-taught photographer creates emotional nature photography with incredible contrast. Moreover, he does not concentrate on one thing. This may be a large-scale landscape or a squirrel portrait.

The Mystical Nature of Great Britain in Eric Goncalves’s photos

October 29, 2012 | in Photography
The Mystical Nature of Great Britain in Eric Goncalves’s photos

About this photographer we weren’t able to find practically any personal information, which is not much of a rarity in the online environment. We do know that the manipulation of this photos, takes him a considerable amount of time.

Insects, Dew and Macro

October 28, 2012 | in Photography
Insects, Dew and Macro

Seems like amateur photographer David Chambon goes to the next level, and is hard to call him a simple amateur anymore. This French photographer had started earning first money on his shots, and that means he already started a career.

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