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Mohammad Domiri is a young self-taught but nonetheless talented photographer from northern Iran. He recently shot some lovely images of classic architectural monuments all over the Middle East. The majority of his subjects are impressive traditional mosques, ornately decorated with impressive geometric patterns and mosaics, gleaming and swirling with hues that bring to mind colorful kaleidoscopes.
Do you agree with the observation of some that pets eventually resemble their owners? Well Sebastian Magnani makes a pretty strong case for that belief. He expresses the idea in graphic terms, creating a series to illustrating just how much an animal can start looking like its master. The series is called Undercat, and underscores that ‘look-alike’ premise of felines and their respective owners.
In a very soothing new collection, artist Antii Viitala shoots elegant long exposure photographs of the ocean shore. Viitala who is a landscape and nature photographer calls this series Seascapes. The series is an in-depth examination of the ocean, specifically as the tides move in and out as waves collide into the shore as they hit the break. Viitala basically follows the same design formula for each composition where overcast skies and intense blue waters gently fuse together creating a seamless, almost obscured horizon at the center, nearly blurring where sea ends and skies begins.
One would imagine that having spent your entire life in the arctic cold, you would yearn for something a bit warmer. For some perhaps yes, but that is not the case with Alaska-born photographer Acacia Johnson. Not only does Johnson embrace it, but she celebrates the chilly world in her pictures, collectively called Polaris.
These brilliant downloadable Posing Guides (Vol. 1. & Vol. 2) for Boudoir photography created by Katherine Honeybourne contain over 300 pages of examples of common mistakes and how to avoid them or turn them into flattering poses, tricks on how to compensate for problem areas and to enhance your clients best features.
Every time we do something at home or in the workplace, it most likely involves using generated energy. And yet we know so little of how and where these megawatts of power are produced. Swiss photographer Luca Zanier decided to give us an up close and personal look into these gigantic power plants through a series called Space and Energy.