Posts Tagged ‘series’

Walk Through a Wedding: 20 BTS Videos That Cover a Wedding from Start to Finish

walkthroughawed

Last year, lighting company Profoto teamed up with New England-based wedding photographers Justin and Mary Marantz to create a series of behind-the-scenes videos showing how the duo goes about shooting a wedding from start to finish. The Walk Through a Wedding series started in February 2014 and ended in December of that year with 20 short videos.
Read more…

Head Shots of Hand Models: These Are The People Behind Those Hands in Ads

header

You know those hands you see in advertisements and commercials? Those hands belong to people who make a living by offering up their beautiful hands to help companies market their products. Some of those hands are insured for seven figure sums and have helped their owners become “supermodels” in their field.

For their project “Head Shots of Hand Models,” ad executive Alex Holder and photographer Oli Kellett shot portraits of hand models, both their hands and their faces.
Read more…

Photographer on a Mission to Document the Great Libraries of the World

112700-11592526-Bibliotheque_Nationale_de_France_3v2_jpg1

Brooklyn, New York-based photographer Franck Bohbot wants to capture the great libraries of the world in photos. His “House of Books” project comprises photos of the grand spaces in the buildings, offering a beautiful look into the places where books have lived for decades (or even centuries).
Read more…

Photographer Shoots Family Portraits That Capture the Chaos of Being a Parent

1362499_orig

Family portraits are usually meant to be idealized representation of families, with nice clothes, pleasant smiles, and beautiful backdrops. The portraits in “Best Case Scenario” are different. In each of the images in the project, lifestyle photographer Danielle Guenther attempts to capture the reality of being a parent of young children. Things aren’t perfect and peaceful — life is often chaos.
Read more…

Photographer Imagines What Chairs Would Look Like If They Were People

chairpeople

“What would chairs look like if they were people?” It’s a strange question that forms the basis of an interesting and creative project by photographer Horia Manolache. It consists of pairs of photos showing various chairs and Manolache’s ideas of what those chairs would look like in human form.
Read more…

Concealed: Portraits of Women Who Arm Themselves

09_Vianne

Photographer Shelley Calton grew up in Houston, Texas and was raised by a father who owned guns for both hunting and self-defense. She and her two sisters all learned to shoot firearms from a young age.

This background is something Calton shares with the subjects of her project “Concealed“. It’s a series of portraits that looks into the lives of women who arm themselves.
Read more…

Photographs That Reveal the Intricate Innards of Old Mechanical Calculators

012-1

Photographer Kevin Twomey has a fascination with capturing complex objects in the most simple of compositions, and his series Low Tech is the epitome of this. The series features photos of old, mechanical calculators stripped bare, exposing the exquisitely complicated creations that they were from the inside out.

Read more…

Clark Little Offers Tips, Shows You His Bag, and Takes You In the Water in New Video Series

clarklittle

We’ve shared an interview with him and even featured a short behind-the-scenes video of him explaining his process a bit. But Nikon recently released a comprehensive collection of videos that will tell you just about everything you might want to know about Clark Little and his beautiful big wave photography. Read more…

Old Faithful: Studio Portraits of Really Old Dogs

PTP_7809

Toronto-based photographer Pete Thorne has been shooting a series of studio portraits of dogs. Not just any dogs, though: Thorne is only accepting subjects that are “really, really old.” The project is titled “Old Faithful,” and now includes over 50 dogs.
Read more…

‘Catchingcorners': Photographer Searches for the 90º Angle in Things from His Everyday Life

jpeg-1

Russian photographer Zhenya Aerohockey has created a photo series titled Catchingcorners. In it, he documents everyday objects in such a way that buildings, pool tables, cords and more form an almost perfect 90º angle every time.

Read more…