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German designer Nora Luther and photographer Pavel Becker recently joined forces again to create this amazing collection of images called Recipe Photography Concept. What it does is show all the needed ingredients for some dishes, but floating in mid-air. No doubt the collaboration to create this impressive series is quite inventive as you see each ingredient suspended and floating.
As usual, aerial views always offer a much more exciting sight, regardless of what you are shooting. Chicago is certainly no exception and it looks spectacular from the air. Add to that some dense fog and you have near perfect conditions for shooting such an iconic city. Chicago local Michael Salisbury did just that as he snapped some extraordinary photos of the fog engulfing Chicago this summer.
Photographer Bernhard Lang’s Aerial Views Adria is a series that he shot while taking to the skies to document the sea of humanity on the beaches off the Mediterranean coast. What he is able to show is that in the perspective of height and distance we are all tiny creatures of much less significance than we perceive. The Adriatic Sea is where Byzantine, Roman, and Venetian sailors in addition to today’s ocean-lovers have all appreciated its glowing, brilliant waters.
Known for its extremely clear waters, Blue Lake or Rotomairewhenua in Māori is a little lake found in Nelson Lakes National Park. This is in the northern parts of New Zealand’s Southern Alps. The place is hallowed ground to local Māori, and has the purest natural fresh water on the planet. Rotomairewhenua is emptied by the west branch of the Sabine River, a body of water that is part of the Buller River system.
Consumed with a fervor for all things organic to the natural world, Bohman and Sjöstrand photography recently shot some surreal images of smoke dramatically set against black backgrounds when the smoke was light or white backgrounds when the smoke was dark. Emerging from a source not shown in the pictures, the mysterious smoke just appears out of nowhere forming misty, ghostly shapes that are hypnotic to look at even if they are frozen in each photograph.