Posts Tagged ‘cinematic’

Dark and Haunting Portraits of People Struggling with ‘Emotional Cancers’

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Photographer Alec Dawson regularly battles with what he calls “emotional cancers”: inner struggles that include regret, isolation, anxiety, and depression. As a way to deal with his inner dramas, Dawson has created a photo project titled “Nobody Claps Anymore”, a series of portraits of people in their homes, lit and captured in a way that conveys what he feels.
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Beautiful Cinematic Stop Motion Creation Made from 80K Photos Shot Over 3 Years

Sometimes photo projects take days. Sometimes they take months. In photographer and filmmaker Gioacchino Petronicce’s case, his project “PICTURES” took years. Three years and 80,000 photos that eventually turned into the elegant cinematic stop motion video you see above. Read more…

Cinematic Portraits of People at Work

Offering a very cinematic, editorial-style look at tradesmen doing their work, Japan-based photographer Yohei Shimada’s Workman series is an impressive display of photographic talent. The series was born out of necessity and a lack of subject matter in Shimada’s small hometown of Nara. Having moved back there after completing an internship in Tokyo and coming into his own as a photographer, Shimada had to turn to the people he knew — including his parents and friends — to capture the series you see here. Read more…