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Edgar Berg is a young and ambitious photographer from Dortmund, Germany. His main passions are around fashion, beauty and editorial. Taking a closer look at his photographs you will see a strong emphasis on detail and emotion which he uses to tell a story. Triggering the right feeling by implementing natural light situations is an important feature in the composition his pictures. Recently Edgar spent six months in Paris absorbing fresh inspiration from one of the world's fashion capitals.
This incredible "must-see" piece was filmed over 12 days in New Zealand's beautiful and desolate Tongariro National Park. Interestingly, this is Jared Brandon's first attempt at filming time lapse - and what a stunning result! This particular location in New Zealand's North Island is one of the most picturesque places on Earth, and is known for its challenging and temperamental climate which is beautifully captured throughout the film. Now, dim the lights and check out Jared's amazing work...
Bill Rose is documentary photographer who strives to capture and preserve the increasingly endangered beauty of American vintage signs through his work. The main focus of his Recapturist collection is the Google-inspired neon signage favored by many local businesses during the mid-1900s. Although this Mid-Century Modern architectural movement originated in Southern California, its influence can be found in almost every corner of the Unites States. As a result, much of his free time is spent exploring the nearly forgotten two-lane highways and back roads of America on a never ending quest to document these roadside treasures before they all fall victim to progress...
Chris Brock is a portrait and fashion photographer who uses the world around him - inside and out - as a backdrop for his shoots. Having lived and worked in New York and London, the urban and the suburban are as much a part of his pictures as the people he photographs, creating texture, depth and atmosphere that suggests a story behind the images, like a moment stolen from a movie. Conveying emotions that are at times dark, at times tongue-in-cheek, there is often an unsettling urgency about his photographs that is at once both challenging and engaging but always aesthetically fresh.
Here is a fascinating collection of photos using the tilt-shift technique. It has been a popular and widely used technique over the last couple of years. Some photographers have really mastered the technique to create some stunning pieces. Tilt-shift effects can be achieved using a special tilt-shift lens or in Photoshop. Are you a photographer with a penchant for tilt-shift photography? Let us know in the comments section.
Bashar Alaeddin is a digital photographer and social activist. He is passionate about the visual arts and is a tech geek when it comes to cameras, optics and iPhoneography. A Middle Eastern of Jordanian, Lebanese and Palestinian origins, Bashar is very passionate about shedding light on social affairs and causes in the region through his photography. The presented work is an assortment of landscapes, from his fine-art collection, of his home country Jordan, featuring: its capital Amman; the Roman ruins of Jerash; the port city of Aqaba, sitting atop the Red Sea, and more.
Underwater photography is one of the most difficult forms of photography. Not only do you need a lot of underwater photography equipment, but you will probably also need scuba diving gear and a highly trained crew. Your photographic subjects will also need a lot of patience and great lungs! Underwater photography yields some amazing results, making the effort worthwhile. Here is a collection of some incredible fashion underwater photography for your inspiration.
Leon Ritchie strives to harmonize water, clouds and light into his photographs. An idea may come about from seeing a reflection in a shiny table top or just seeing an object in water and how it moves round it. The vast majority of his images are spontaneous once he gets a feeling for a shot he just goes with it. A typical day out means carrying a backpack with a DSLR camera and lenses, tripod and filters letting him capture the perfect moment everywhere he goes. Here is a collection of his fantastic photographic work.
Malcolm Clarke is a creative chameleon - he is both a talented film editor and a photographer. Following on from our post last week about his work in film, we now explore his photography. These images are centered around 'people'. Malcolm's ability to capture a mood, feeling or bodily form is incredible. He is also playful with light, colour and setting to great effect. Here is a showcase of Malcolm's amazing photographic work. We welcome your comments too!
Recently we announced our new Twitter hashtag #HeyTIB. Use this to tweet inspirational and creative discoveries, images, links and other work for us to check out. We'll be featuring Twitter submissions on a regular basis - it's a great way to quickly and easily share your daily inspirations! In this post we take a look at a few images sent to us via Twitter using Instagram for iPhone. This great application lets you easily snap and share photos, apply fantastic filters and broadcast to your friends using Twitter, Facebook and Flickr. The results are incredible!