Tag - Photography Inspiration

Whimsical, fairy-tale scenes by Oleg Oprisco

Ukrainian photographer, Oleg Oprisco, creates whimsical portraits that seem to come straight out of fairy-tales. His scenes play with our perception of objects and dimensions, sometimes turning people into tiny actors inside a world grown large. Other times, weaving unrelated subjects together into a single tapestry. Amazingly, the photographs are...

Bagrad Badalian’s Experimental Photography

My name is Bagrad Badalian, I’m a multi-disciplinary artist working in the field of experimental photography. I create images that try to capture the human body in an abstract  and unconventional manner. I want to set my foot  in hidden realms of perception and want to capture shapes and colors that do not have the habit of meeting each...

Ori Gersht’s Shattered Reflections

These photographs of mirrors splitting into shards while being electrocuted while also reflecting silk flower bouquets (yes, you read that right) may be the coolest thing I’ve ever seen!  Photograher Ori Gersht is widely known for his destruction and subsequent documentation of floral arrangements but in this series Gersht introduces an added...

Storytelling by Photographer Wendy Sama

I’m Wendy Sama, a french graphic designer who grow up with a pencil and camera in my hands. For me photography is about telling a story. I love to tell story in my photographs, stories about me, about people, or just telling an emotion. I like to think that people can imagine what happens before and after the moment which was set in stone. ...

The Otherwordly Photography of Stefano Bonazzi

There is definitely something otherworldly and strangely surreal about Stefano Bonazzi’s art. Whether it’s a blindfolded woman, decked out in a black evening dress, being ‘protected’ by a bear in the middle of a vast wilderness, or another masked lady finding herself surrounded by wolves, his subjects find themselves in a seemingly...

Don Pettit And His Stunning Long Exposures

Astronaut and chemical engineer, Don Pettit, recently proved himself to also be an adept photographer, as he took a series of long exposure photographs of our Earth whilst aboard the ISS. These awe-inspiring photographs, taken at speeds of up to 28,000 km/h, are truly one-of-a-kind and give all of us the chance to have the kind of glimpse at our...