Everyone loves surf photography. But it’s all been done before, right?
Sydney photographer Mark Tipple wanted to create something a bit different.
Check it out at The Underwater Project
Image by Bulgarian artist Aneta Ivanova
Young photographer Murad Osmann travels the world with his girlfriend.
His ‘Follow Me’ concept, along with her near perfect silhouette recently lit up Instagram and now the Internet is catching fire too.
It’s easy to see why.
We all wish we thought of this first… And travelled to these amazing places (with someone who looks like that)
We don’t normally post sexy stuff on this blog, but when Aussie hurdler Michelle Jenneke’s pre-race dancing video took the world by storm, we couldn’t help but wonder if she could leverage those 15 seconds of fame without becoming a lame cliché.
Turns out… Yes.
Simple, sexy and seriously raw... We love how this 20 year old photographer has shown so many facets of her personality with just a camera and some imagination. via My Modern Met
via Fox In The Pine
Canadian Forces soldier Corporal Ben Vandandaigue rocking out like a boss.
Image taken from Forward Operating Base Sperwan Ghar, overlooking the Panjwaii district of Kandahar province, Afghanistan
Image by David Goldman
via World Press Photo
Jonas Pfeil is a recent computer engineering graduate with a unique ability to make things smarter and more fun.
Here is our favourite – the throwable panoramic ball camera, with 36 separate mobile phone camera’s brought together in a fun new way. The end result will definitely challenge your perception of panoramic photography.
Example Panoramic Image
Created by Humans of NY
via Lorinda Jane
Shot by husband and wife team Ryan & Sheri Killackey over a year and half, using an 800 dollar Canon Rebel.
Follow Ryan on Twitter here
A lot of art projects aim too high, and lose their audience in the process.
Conversely, millions of people travel the world every year, while their friends and family curse their wasted youth.
Photographer Justin Keena and historian Meredith Meehan are attempting something much better.
It’s called Finding Sanctuary, and if you’ve never gotten behind a Kickstarter project before, I’d say this is a pretty good place to start. Sure, you can throw them a dollar or two, but for just $15 you’ll get a limited edition postcard from the road, along with the satisfaction of helping a couple kids have a whale of a time documenting how the whole world escapes from it all.
Pretty much everything about these images is rad.