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Tintype Potraits by Michael Shindler

Tintype Potraits by Michael Shindler
Michael Shindler spent six years learning this delicate process and by August 2011 he decided to put his new skills to work by opening the world’s first Tintype portrait studio called Photobooth on Valencia street in San Francisco. Tintype was first introduced in the 1850s, over a hundred and sixty years ago. The process takes... » read more

The year of the Horse

The year of the Horse
Tokyo-based photographer Irwin Wong created a movie poster featuring his team. “In keeping with my tradition of shooting a new year’s card with my team (see last one here) – I’ve gone and shot something in keeping with this year’s theme according to the Chinese zodiac – the year of the horse!” » read more

Bronze by Lionel Arnaudie

Bronze by Lionel Arnaudie
“Bronze”, a series of portraits created by the French photographer Lionel Arnaudie. » read more

Air Drive by Renaud Marion

Air Drive by Renaud Marion
French photographer Renaud Marion has created this amazing set of images titled ‘Air Drive’. The series shows how the photographer imagined the 2000′s in his childhood. » read more

“Just the two of us” by Klaus Pichler

"Just the two of us" by Klaus Pichler
“For this photo series I visited owners of elaborate costumes in their own homes. As a matter of fact, ‘Just the two of us’ deals with both: the costumes and the people behind them.” Klaus Pichler » read more

Pop!, a stunning colorful artificial clouds by Irby Pace

Pop!, a stunning colorful artificial clouds by Irby Pace
Irby Pace creates his art by reverse engineering everyday common objects and devices. This is driven from his childhood where he would take things apart, then he would figure out how they worked and put them back together or found other possibilities for the devices. He sees the artistic possibilities in all of... » read more

Miniature Scenes Shot with Model Cars

Miniature Scenes Shot with Model Cars
Model maker/collector and photographer Michael Paul Smith is a master at recreating incredibly accurate outdoor scenes using his extensive die-cast model car collection and forced perspective. (thanks to Amal)   » read more

The Child Fighters of Thailand

The Child Fighters of Thailand
Photographer Sandra Hoyn was on vacation in Thailand in 2011 when she happened upon a Muay Thai competition near Bangkok. Known as “the art of eight limbs” where almost everything on the body is used including elbows, knees, and fists, Muay Thai is a full-contact sport and one that is... » read more

Japanese Photographer Takes Imaginative & Adorable Photos of His Daughter

Japanese Photographer Takes Imaginative & Adorable Photos of His Daughter
Japanese photographer Toyokazu Nagano, taking just the most adorable photos of his youngest daughter, Kanna. Each picture is taken on the same road, with little Kanna giving all of her into each pose and mood. » read more

Cresting Waves by Pierre Carreau

Cresting Waves by Pierre Carreau
Fascinated by the ocean, photographer Pierre Carreau is naturally drawn to the study of waves, their essence, their movement, and their shape. All of his work features the energetic life of the ocean as it crashes onto the shores, with every painterly shot more unique than the next. Carreau believes... » read more
                                   
                       
           

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