This new movie is a documentary about the well known photographer Gregory Crewdson and was made by Ben Shapiro. The movie will be in the theaters the first two weeks of November. Gregory Crewdson makes very special images, all are little atmospheric stories. They all look like stills from beautiful mystic movies. I can’t wait(…)
These picturesque images are all photography. They are made by Cally Whitham from New Zealand.
New images for Suitsupply, again done by Carli Hermès.
Beautiful origami animals, made by Marc Fichou. In the paper you’ll see the folds that are needed to make the animal.
Funny Upside Down portraits, where the face and the back of the head are combined to one strange portrait. These portraits are done by Davide Tremolada.
Incredible supercell clouds shot by Camille Seaman. What a beautiful phenomenon it is.
Campaign for ‘Das Neue Handwerk’. Photography done by Markus Mueller. Concept by Scholz & Friends
We are always moving, even when we try to sit still. These portraits are made by Nerhol. They are made of several images shot during a period of 3 minutes. By combining the images to one portrait the 3 minutes are frozen.
German photographer Frauke Thielking has made a serie called Generationen (generations). The serie shows the differences and similarities between generations, father/son & mother/daughter. To give a good comparison without any distractions the people are not wearing clothes.
Craig Alan has made these portraits of famous people. He used people to make the faces.
Interesting serie of car poolers, done by Alejandro Cartagena from Mexico.
Nice way of answering a question of a customer by McDonald’s Canada. The customer asked: “Why does food in the restaurant looks so different than the food in the ads?” McDonald’s answers by giving a behind the scenes video of a photoshoot.
Almost a year ago I did a post about Martin Usborne’s very nice serie, Dogs in Cars. Doglover Martin kept on working on his serie and started a kickstarter project to make a high quality photobook. Here are two movies, one is a behind the scenes movie and the other is for the kickstarter project.
Cathedral cars is the term dockers at the port of Marseilles used to give the vehicles that cross the Sea form Marseilles to Africa by ship. Thomas Mailaender made a serie about these cars.
It took Mary Ellen Mark and her husband four years to make this serie ‘Prom’. From 2006 to 2009 they visited 13 different schools across the US. All images were shot with a big Polaroid 20×24 Land Camera . Mary Ellen Mark is also known for her serie Twins.