Filed under: Photography | Tags: art sponge, Pavel Morozov, photographer, Photography, portrait, russian
There’s lots of talent coming out of Russia, I see it everyday all over the internet. Nora is from Moscow, now let’s move on to Pavel who’s from Saint-Petersburg. I first saw this photographer’s great work over on BOOOOM, where Jeff never ceases to amaze me with the work he finds. Pavel’s pictures have a lovely peacefulness to them.
Filed under: Photography | Tags: Aeschleah DeMartino, art sponge, couple, hotel, photographer, Photography, white
There’s something magical about the pictures Aeschleah takes with her lover. This hotel series is my favorite part of her work, mostly because it has such a genuine and perfect vibe to it. Also I really like the recurrent whiteness of everything, the bed sheets, the walls, the curtains and the sunlight add to the pure beauty.
her portfolio website has an insane amount of other great works too, check it out
Filed under: Photography | Tags: art sponge, Ériver Hijano, natural light, photographer, Photography, portrait, women
aaah natural light and beautiful women, a perfect photographic combination. However only a few out there combine them as well as Ériver does.
He also has done some great project themed photography, see on his website
Filed under: Photography | Tags: Emily Shur, landscape, photographer, Photography
I’m more of a portrait photography guy usually, but when I saw this up on Triangle Triangle I had to check out the rest of Emily’s work. I think it’s fair to say most of us photographers are constantly trying to be original in our work, and in my opinion Emily has created truly original work in this type of landscape photography.
I’m leaving for London this afternoon so I’ll be updating from over there ! so siked !
Filed under: Photography | Tags: Katherine Squier, light, organge, photographer, Photography, sunlight, sunset
You know the orange-like color the sunlight takes in the last hours before sunset? or the slightly more orange color from the street lamps at night? I’m obsessed with it. So finding Katherine’s work today really made my day, I was so happy I forgot about the theft of my canon charger from my luggage for a while (but not too long).
Go check out the rest of her Flickr, it will get you so excited about taking pictures you’ll forget to put clothes on.
Filed under: Photography | Tags: Art, art sponge, black and white, bokeh, fifty foot shadows, graffiti, John Carey, photographer, Photography
One of John’s pictures came up on yay!everyday (where I’ll be posting pictures too ’cause I’m a member now !!!! yaay !!!) so I did my usual scouting and found some great work here:
Some beautiful black and whites, some flawless bokeh and some stunning tones. As well as a slick blog with a great project going, check it out !