Category: Photography

Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees

Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees trees Chicago

Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees trees Chicago

Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees trees Chicago

Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees trees Chicago

Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees trees Chicago

Chicago photographer Paul Octavious has just released a number of new photos as part of his Lean With It series, where he captures people bending (I suspect falling) in parallel with precariously angled trees. It’s almost more amazing that he’s able to find these trees in the first place, let alone timing such great shots. See much more on his website.

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Flickr Finds No. 23

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Taren Maroun

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Annar 50

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Kyle Thompson

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Paul McGee

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Mark Powell

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Lesley Ann Ercolano

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Robin Scholz

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Ben Slo

Flickr Finds No. 23 flickr finds
Tess Roby

I branched out a little bit in this week’s Flickr Finds, there were lots of other wonderful things I wanted to include rather than strictly photography. All the images above are linked to their sources.

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We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander

We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander multiple exposures black and white

We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander multiple exposures black and white

We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander multiple exposures black and white

We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander multiple exposures black and white

We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander multiple exposures black and white

We Are Nature: New Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander multiple exposures black and white

Photographer Christoffer Relander (previously) just finished a new series of photographs titled We Are Nature using double and triple exposures that incredibly are all done in-camera with a Nikon D700. I love the direction his work is taking. See more on Behance.

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Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers

Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers bubbles

Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers bubbles

Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers bubbles

Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers bubbles

Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers bubbles

Enormous Bubbles Photographed by Bjoern Ewers bubbles

You might remember Berlin-based photographer Bjoern Ewers for his role in art directing the Inside Instruments project for the Berlin Philharmonic that went viral a few months ago. His latest work involves a series of bubble photographs titled Orbital that capture the hypnotizing whorls of colorful soap film in contrast with a stark black background. If you’re interested in prints he has several over on Artflakes. (via behance)

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Incredible Street Photography at iN-PUBLiC

Incredible Street Photography at iN PUBLiC websites street photography
Jesse Marlow

Incredible Street Photography at iN PUBLiC websites street photography
Blake Andrews

Incredible Street Photography at iN PUBLiC websites street photography
Andy Morley-Hall

Incredible Street Photography at iN PUBLiC websites street photography
Nick Turpin

Incredible Street Photography at iN PUBLiC websites street photography
Matt Stuart

Incredible Street Photography at iN PUBLiC websites street photography
Jesse Marlow

Incredible Street Photography at iN PUBLiC websites street photography
Nils Jorgensen

The art of street photography has always fascinated me. It’s such a strange mixture of skill, perseverance, editing, and even bravery, yet still relies on these incredible coincidences that result in once-in-a-lifetime photographs. One great resource for street photography is iN-PUBLiC, a collective of 21 photographers including Jesse Marlow, Matt Stuart, Nick Turpin, and Nils Jorgensen among many others. They have a fantastic blog (RSS) you should subscribe to and a wonderful picture of the month gallery that goes all the way back to December 2001. Have fun!

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Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin long exposure light

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin long exposure light

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin long exposure light

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin long exposure light

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin long exposure light

Light Trail Photographs by Joel James Devlin long exposure light

By his own account London-based photographer Joel James Devlin has spent enormous amounts of time over the past few years examining and perfecting the effects of moving light through long exposure photographs. In the amazing photos above Devlin has experimented with lights on various bodies of water in a series called Light Waves and Dark Currents and the others are the result of 50-minute exposures of airplane trails over the skies of London. See much more on his website, and if you liked this also check out the work of Lee Eunyeol, and Barry Underwood.

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The Surreal Forests of Romania

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania

The Surreal Forests of Romania trees Romania

These lovely, ethereal photos of mist-filled forests were captured by brothers Andrei and Sergiu Cosma of PhotoCosma who live and work in Romania. They plan trips together, light, shoot and process each image as a team, resulting in some truly remarkable perspectives. You can see much more of their work on 1x.com and in their very extensive gallery featuring a wide range of natural wonders. (via reddit)

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