Category: Photography


Expressive Beauty: Exploded Flowers by Fong Qi Wei

Fong Qi Wei is a thoughtful photographer from Singapore. Using photography as his medium, Fong strives to make images that will touch your feelings. His art seeks to get your attention and make you think about the message presented on a deeper...

/ May 28, 2013

Cut Food Photography by Beth Galton

Food Photographer Beth Galton and food stylist Charlotte Omnes created a wonderful series entitled ‘Cut Food.’ The project was inspired by an assignment from their client. They had to cut a burrito in half to show all of its contents. After completing...

/ May 27, 2013

Retouching Inspiration: 30 Incredible Before and After Photos

Before computers, photo manipulation was achieved by retouching with ink, paint, double-exposure, piecing photos or negatives together in the darkroom. We’ve come along way in a short amount of time and things are only going to get better. Thanks to...

/ May 23, 2013

Petheadz: Do Pets Really Look Like Their Owners?

Zach Rose is a 23 year old photographer/filmmaker from Toronto, Canada. He has taken the concept of pets looking like their owners and put a creative spin on it. In his series titled ‘Petheadz,’ Zack takes DSLR portraits of people’s pets and...

/ May 22, 2013

Instant Happiness: 60 Cute Photos of Cats

Cats basically own the internet. I’m sure you’re aware of the Grumpy Cat. Did you know the attracts over 1.5 million unique visitors a month? Plus their Facebook page has over 900k likes. Take a moment to soak that...

/ May 20, 2013

Urban Zoom: Long Exposure City Photography by Jakob Wagner

Urban Zoom is a series of abstract long-exposure photos from big cities all over the world. These beautiful images were captured by German photographer Jakob Wagner. Jakob lives in Duesseldorf, where he works as a freelance photographer, image editor, and photo assistant. He’s...

/ May 16, 2013

Facial Paralysis Portraits by Sage Sohier

Facial paralysis occurs when a person is no longer able to move some or all of the muscles on one side of the face. Apart from a stroke, facial paralysis is almost always caused by: Damage or swelling of the facial nerve,...

/ May 15, 2013