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Picture this: You wake up in your tent and as you unzip the front, you are greeted by an incredible mountain sunrise, with a frosty stream below and wonderful blue skies above. This what photographer Oleg Grigoryev does as he takes us with him into the mountains in his Morning Views From The Tent collection, wherein the Russian lensman frames picturesque mountain photos with his visible legs and tent entrance.
Night-time photography is turning out to be all the rage these days, and Dorset is proving particularly popular because of its intensely dark skies. The absence of light pollution has provided the opportunity for launching the career of stargazing photographer Stephen Banks. Banks, who is from Bridport, is one of the legions of enthusiasts who have a passion for night-time photography.
Photographer Perches Herself Out the Side of an Airplane to Capture These Unhindered Shots of the Icelandic Landscape
Photographer Sarah Martinet not too long ago took a pleasure trip, digressing from her usual portrait and wedding work to shoot some unbelievable landscape images of Iceland. Photographing the Nordic country’s beautiful, abundant hills and valleys, however, was not particularly easy to do. The French Martinet employed incredible aerial photography techniques, and presented Iceland’s landscapes in a manner like no one has ever done before.
Looking like scenes from Close Encounters of the Third Kind from 1977, a time-lapse video of Singapore Changi Airport will have you stumped as whether you are viewing a sci-fi movie or UFO sightings. This video comes to us courtesy of Milton Tan. The photographer and filmmaker was given an all access green light to Singapore Changi Airport in order to film commercial aircraft as they took off or descended to land in the evening.
Iranian photographer Hossein Zare is able to replicate in pictures images that we can only see in our mind’s eye or dreams. Zare manufactures otherworldly landscapes and urbanscapes injected with an aura of the unknown. He is able to touch on a need that seems inherent in all of us–a desire to know more about what lies beyond reality.
Notwithstanding their reputation as pests, the countless insects, bugs, and spiders such as these ones can make for some of the most mesmerizing close-up photography themes. The world’s insects and their miniature environments provide the macro photography aficionado limitless amounts of texture, color, as well as physical environments to play around with. Insects are as diverse as humans, and they are evidently much more in numbers. They have captivating shapes, and one of the objectives of close-up nature photography is to highlight all the detail of insects and their surroundings.