Full of overwhelming craftsmanship and detail, photographer David Stephenson captures the vaults and ceilings of European architecture from Romanesque to Gothic.
“Photography, as a powerful medium of expression and communications, offers an infinite variety of perception, interpretation and execution”. —Ansel Adams
Using an animation of 1,871 slices of a human body from the Visible Human Project, Croix Gagnon and photographer Frank Schott created long-exposure photographs capturing “light paintings” of the body floating in space.
In 1993, a convicted murderer was executed. His body was given to science, segmented, and photographed for medical research. In 2011, we used photography to put it back together.
Read more about Project 12:31. For a far less creepy example of light painting with long-exposure photograph and details on how it was accomplished, check out Making Future Magic: iPad Light Painting.
A short film by the highly recognized photographer Sandro shot with the upcoming Nikon D800.
Armed with a pellet rifle, homemade flash and camera photographer Alan Sailer captures exploding objects from sugary treats to troll dolls. Check out his massive collection of explosions on Flickr.
I’ve posted about photographer Kim Høltermand in the past for the Deserted City, but his work still continues to amaze me with his latest series Majestics. The foggy ambiance he captures adds an eerie and serene mood to all of his work.
There is something captivating about the photography of German media designer Matthias Werner. The composition of each of the shots above bring life to the simple geometry and symmetry of ordinary objects. View more of his work on Flickr.
Shot by Jacek Ksiazek in the village of Czarna Sędziszowska, Poland.
Mixing photography and imagination Spanish photographer Rafa Zubiría created Zooo as a series of surreal floating animal habitats. This collection seems to be a continuation of his No Way Home series of floating buildings, homes and structures.
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Perfect blend of color, composition, pop culture and humor. Check out more of Andrew B. Meyers stellar photography.
Trekking to one of the most remote locations in the world, photographer Marcel Musil beautifully captures the serene landscape and unusually colorful Icelandic volcanoes.
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As the Manchester photographer Rosie Hardy watched rioting thugs walk past her apartment, she was left with the feeling of her inner-super hero being stirred up to save the day.
Get inspired by Rosie’s Flickr stream.
Photographer Benoit Paillé was asked to participate in an art installation in Aomori, Japan on the topic of school bullying. Benoit created a large canvas of the children’s eyes looking across at their drawings about bullying on the other wall. All of the eyes in the full set featured on Behance are rich with emotion.