2017 EyeEm Awards Winners

On Saturday, September 16, EyeEm has announced the 2017 photography awards winners. With over 590,000 submissions, The 2017 EyeEm Awards are again the World’s largest photography competition. On September 16, 2017, the creative community has announced the winners of its annual photography competition. In just under six weeks, they received more than 590,000 submissions from over 88,000 photographers in more than 150 countries. The six category winners as well as the 2017 EyeEm Photographer of the Year were announced during the fourth annual EyeEm Photography Festival & Awards in Berlin, Germany. Below you can find the winners. For further information, please visit the official EyeEm blog. The Community Vote: Robert Torrontegui from Manila, Philippines. The Community Vote: Robert Torrontegui The Architect: Denise Kwong from Sydney, Australia. The Architect: Denise Kwong The Great Outdoors: Guiga Pira from Rio … Read More

Steve Hiett Photography: Polaroids at Madé Gallery, Paris

Madé gallery in Paris currently presents a range of Polaroids shot by fashion photographer Steve Hiett. Steve Hiett is an internationally recognized photographer who’s best known for his distinctive fashion portraits of women in almost picturesque images caused by a strong, saturated light. Paris based gallery Madé currently presents a unique series of Polaroids by Steve Hiett. It’s a very special and quite personal collection. Each element of the scene has been captured with a Polaroid 180, before he photographed the models. With a strong passion for paintings and graphics, the British fashion photographer creates images that tell stories. His photography combines fashion with poetry and the pictorial settings inspired by paintings. The Polaroid series consists of numerous superimposed close-ups. These photographic collages are now … Read More

Impossible Project launches Polaroid Originals brand and OneStep 2 instant camera

After purchasing the Polaroid name earlier this year, the largest shareholder behind the Impossible Project has launched a new brand dedicated to keeping instant photography alive through both new and vintage Polaroid cameras. The post Impossible Project launches Polaroid Originals brand and OneStep 2 instant camera appeared first on Digital Trends. Read More

On His Own – Photography by Pawel Franik

On His Own, a photography series by Pawel Franik that draws attention to the fact of being alone. Born in 1991 in a small town named Knurow, Pawel Franik is a Polish photographer who currently lives Warsaw where he studies Film and Photography on WST. His photo series ‘On His Own’ features different human beings completely alone in a variety of spaces. Pawel Franik says: “The purpose of this series is to draw attention to the fact of being alone, just with one’s own self.” But it’s not his intention to show it as something sad. Whether being lonely or living in a relationship, everyone needs their moment of loneliness. From time to time, those moments are important to find yourself again. Just … Read More

Wardrobe Snacks – Photography Project by Kelsey McClellan and Michelle Maguire

Wardrobe Snacks, a collaboration between photographer Kelsey McClellan and set stylist Michelle Maguire. Look at these well arranged color combinations between clothing and food! Photographer Kelsey McClellan has teamed up with set stylist Michelle Maguire to produce a photo series inspired by diners lacking the luxury of being seated at a table. This is what Kelsey McClellan says about their source of inspiration: “Michelle’s stepdad who rests his sandwich on his thigh (hell with a plate!) in between bites while he blasts an action movie on his TV; a commuter cramped up on a crowded bus retrieving an item from a bag or pocket; a lunch-breaker on a park bench eating from her lap. They’re informal — perhaps even a bit awkward — spaces … Read More

Nick Sabatalo Photography

Editorial and fashion photography by Nick Sabatalo. Nick Sabatalo is a creative director as well as founder and Editor-In-Chief of 35mm Magazine, and last but not least talented producer and photographer. He mainly specializes in editorial and fashion photography. In the past years his photographic work appeared in numerous publications nationally and abroad. A selection of images from different shoots can be found below. For those of you who want to see more of Nick Sabatalo’s photographs, please visit his website or follow him on Instagram. I hope you enjoy our small selection! An image from a fashion shoot at the beach. Intimate black and white portraits. Commercial fashion photography. Some editorial work. All images © by Nick Sabatalo. Feel free to find more … Read More

Modular lighting kit could give subjects stars in their eyes

Lighting can make or break a photo or video shoot, but lugging heavy equipment bags to locations can be a real drag. The folks at Spiffy Gear have developed a modular LED lighting system that’s described as being the only lighting modifier you’ll need. The core Spekular kit is made up of four high brightness LED light bars that can be used independently or together to form catchlights in a subject’s eyes – including a funky star… Continue Reading Modular lighting kit could give subjects stars in their eyes Category: Digital Cameras Tags: LED Lighting Modular Photography Video Related Articles: Magnetic and modular LEDs can cover a wall in light Kitted out modular house can unfold in eight minutes Barcelona brothers bank on body-swapping guitar Revolution… Read More

The Sea – Photo Series by Elizaveta Porodina

The Sea, a photo series by Elizaveta Porodina that conveys some nostalgic views of past summer days. It’s the time of the year in the northern hemisphere when the days are getting shorter and the summer is slowly coming to an end. It’s also the time people tend to get into this kind of nostalgic mood. They may think of days at the beach, all the excitement, relaxation or mild summer nights. Captured already in 2014, ‘The Sea’ is photo series by Elizaveta Porodina that were realized as a personal project. All of the images have been shot only in black and white which gives the series an even more nostalgic touch. Just have a look at the images below. For more of Elizaveta Porodina’… Read More

Sabi Leaves Fine Art Prints by Norm Architects and Paper Collective

Sabi Leaves, a high quality series of fine art prints created by Norm Architects and Paper Collective. Created by Norm Architects for Danish brand Paper Collective, the series of high quality fine art prints masterfully combines the softness of grey tones and a reduced graphic presentation with detailed photography. Sabi Leaves is a homage to the beauty of decay and imperfection, which is often overlooked in nature, architecture, and design. In order to provide an incredible amount of detail and precision in each image, the leaves were shot with a XF 100 MP Phase One Camera system on glass sheets. All four images are printed on uncoated FSC certified paper in a format of 50×70 cm. To see more of Norm Architects’ sophisticated work, just have a look … Read More

Ricardo Bofill’s Muralla Roja in Calpe, Spain captured by Jeanette Hägglund

A visual exploration of the unique architecture of Ricardo Bofill’s famous Muralla Roja in Calpe, Spain captured by photographer Jeanette Hägglund. Jeanette Hägglund is a Stockholm, Sweden based photographer who’s well known for a varied range of modern and minimalist architecture photography. Her ‘Intersection’ series is a visual exploration of Ricardo Bofill’s famous Muralla Roja, which is located in Calpe, Spain. Muralla Roja is the result of the architect’s inspiration by the Mediterranean tradition of the Casbah, which is the Arabic version of a citadel. With countless interacting geometric shapes in various tones of red, blue, and purple, Muralla Roja is such an amazing playground for photographers. Just have a look at the images below. For more, please visit Jeanette Hägglund’s … Read More

Different Views of Iceland by Luca Arena

Let’s enjoy some slightly different views of Iceland captured by Luca Arena. Some months ago we have featured Luca Arena‘s ‘Impersonalism: Tenerife‘ photo project on WE AND THE COLOR and recently the Italian photographer suggested me to check out his latest project called “Á means river | Ísland”. On his journey through Iceland, Luca Arena has traveled 2994 km within 13 days with the aim to show us some different views of this beautiful island. His goal was to capture the land of rivers, volcanoes and endless glaciers in a completely unusual manner. Some images of the series can be found below. For more, please visit Luca Arena’s website. A bus in an abandoned landscape. A basketball net on a parking space. A camper … Read More

After Hours in Hamburg by Mark Broyer

After Hours in Hamburg, a photo series captured by Mark Broyer. Mark Broyer is actually working as a freelance art director and graphic designer in Hamburg, Germany. Besides all the design stuff he’s doing, Mark simply likes to take pictures of all the things around him. Captured from 2016 – 2017, the series ‘After Hours in Hamburg’ shows different locations such as bars, hotels, and some shabby places at a very late hour when everything is closed and even the last night owls have disappeared. Just have a look at the images below. More of Mark Broyer’s photographs can be found on his website: www.intothelife.de An old hotel. This place is called “Familien Eck”. A collection of images from the photo series. The … Read More