25 Fantastic Photographs of World Famous Landmarks

I would very much would like to visit most of these landmarks myself and discover just how spectacular these stunning pieces of both nature and man made landmarks are in real life, especially as many of them were built and created years before the modern era and technology. All of the following images are from all over the world from Australia to Rio De Janeiro and are well worth visiting due to the sheer brilliance of the engineering that has gone into building them. This post also serves as a great source of inspiration for travel and landscape photographers.

26 Incredible Photographic Captures Of Stunning Golf Courses

Throughout the world there are many unique and eye-catching golf courses. Being a golfer myself I have experienced both good and bad golf courses, so thought I would put together a collection of the most spectacular photographs of stunning golf courses from all over the globe. The showcase features twenty-six photographs in total, and not only serves as a great inspirational source for photographers, but also one to “ooooh” and “aaaah” at for the many golfers out there! What’s your favourite photograph and golf course here, and do you know of any golf courses with fantastic scenery?




Stop Motion Video: A Short Love Story by Carlos Lascano

If you've liked a bunch of the stop motion videos we have previously featured here on TIB, you will love this one. Produced by Carlos Lascano, this story follows a couple of pencil-outlined birds that escape from a little girls drawing, leading us through the life that she dreams of. Viewing the making of the video is highly recommended, and can be seen at Carlos' site. Here you can see the amount of love and work that went into this project, from the creation of the characters and buildings, to the hundreds of different photographs that were then pieced together to create this beautiful piece.






Letterpress Printing: Gorgeous Print Work, Invitations and Greeting Cards

Letterpress is an amazing artform - it's been around since the 15th century, first started by Johannes Gutenberg (famous printer of the Gutenberg Bible) to print books and other literary works, until sadly it was replaced by digital printing techniques. Now coming back into fashion, it's more recently been used by artists and designers to create printworks; in particular, it's increasignly used to create highly detailed greetings cards, invitations and business cards.

This showcase takes a look at some amazing examples of letterpressing. It's amazing how many different styles you can create!