Artist photographer Sandra Vigliotti sent us the photographs of her latest series inspired by the night life. Atmosphere and time at which different people have no fear to express their difference. Sandra captures moment of intimacy and transforms them into poetry putting them on stage and giving them a second life.
The photographic editing immerses us into their nightlife.
New York photographer Leland Bobbé has captures the two sides of the city’s drag queens. The series called ‘Half-Drag’ shows shows the transformation process to become a drag queen.
Bobbé says: “Through the power of hair and makeup these men are able to completely transform themselves and find their female side while simultaneously showing their male side.”
These amazing photographs series were taken on lake in Siberia by French photographer Matthieu Paley.
Serko tells the true and incredible story of young Dimitry Peshkov’s staggering 9,000 kilometer ride across Russia in the winter of 1889-1890. His feat wend down in history as ‘the most astonishing equestrian achievement’ and ‘the longest horse ride of all time’. Basis for the book was the feature film ‘Serko’ by Joel Farges. Following Dimitry’s footsteps lead Matthieu from frozen Lake Baikal to encounters with reindeer and shamanistic rituals, which resulted in a 200-page book published by “Les Editions du Chêne”.
Russian Photographer Andrew Osokin has captures these beautiful images of perfect symmetry that we ca find in nature. Isn’t it amazing this regularity found in these ice structures. Check out the photograph!
Paul Nicklen (Canada)/2012 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year
The winners of the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 have been announced. In total 48,000 images were submitted from 98 different countries to a panel of judges, who then had the strenuous task of whittling these down to a final 100 for the exhibition. The coveted title of Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year was awarded to Paul Nicklen from Canada for his image of emperor penguins on a frozen area of the Ross Sea, Antarctica. An exhibition of winning photos is running at the Natural History Museum in London featuring 100 images.
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Markus Reugels, from Schweinfurt, Germany spend weeks snapping these incredible images of little droplet of water. The photographs captures iconic images within a single droplet of water.
This image of the globe from space looks uncannily true to life when pictured through a droplet of water. Photographer Markus Reugels spends hundreds of hours painstakingly composing these shots. This image has been flipped upside down due to the reversing lens-like effects of the water droplet
‘My pictures of the water drops are all taken with my self made setup rig – all handmade out of wood.
‘I fix all my valves and flashes tot he contraption, and can put the image I want to project behind the dripping water. Read More…
Fulvio Bonavia is an award-winning advertising and editorial photographer known for his uniquely inventive imagery. He has used food to create haute couture apparel inspired by designers such as Alexander McQueen and Prada; crafted jewelry, accessories, handbags, and shoes out of edible elements.
Hachette Australia published ‘Matter of Taste,’ a book featuring Bonavia’s conceptual photos of food as fashion—corn espadrilles, aubergine slippers, and a tagliatelle belt for his clients like Pirelli, Montblanc, Sony and Adidas. His work has been honored by Communication Arts, PDN, the Italian Art Directors Club, and the IPA, among others, and Luerzer’s Archive has named Fulvio one of the ‘200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide’.
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Seen on enpundit, these photographs from photograph David Chambon fan of macro photography. he has captured this amazing image of insects covered in water droplets. These insects seem made of glass and covered with sequins. Just stunning! Read More…
To use, simply place the iPhone on the holder and activate the machine’s shutter for a specified duration–what happens is the light from your iPhone’s display will help expose the film. After that, all you need to do is to close the shutter, push a button and your photo would be ready.
As every instant film contains packets of photo chemicals within, after the film has been exposed, the Impossible Instant Lab squeezes these chemicals through a series of rollers and develops the film resulting in the final print.
Light Painter Janne Parviainen, also known as JANNEPAINT has created a series of impressive topographical light paintings, using LED lights and long exposure shots to create a glowing scribblefest which outlines the contours of a room. Read More…
The famous Belgian photographer Serge Anton has realized this fantastic series photo on beards and mustaches. This series of photo is a magnificent work that highlights the cut of mustache and beard but also material and texture.
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Pol Ubeda Hervas did this great photo series in Barcelona entitled ‘I’m Not There.’
How can we accept that we are changing?
How can we accept we hardly recognize ourselves in certain situations?
I am changing at this very moment of my life.
I do not react in the same ways I used to. I am surprised. Is that me?
These pictures are the way I see myself now.
My shadow is there but I erase myself because I don´t know who I am any longer.
The shoes remain only to make sure there is something more than… a shadow.
Seth Casteel was an obscure pet photographer who was making ends meet. By March, his website had crashed under the weight of curiosity, his inbox was full to overflowing and a posse of publishers waving book deals was in hot pursuit. His website, which is typically handles around 200 visitors a day, is now overloaded with more than 100,000 daily visitors.
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Meet Maddie quickly become one of the most popular dogs on the internet. She stands on all kinds of things.
Theron Humphrey says;’Maddie standing on things is “a super serious project about dogs and physics.’ Read More…
National Geographic has selected the winning images for their annual contest. This year’s entrants did not disappoint—more than 20,000 photographs were submitted to the contest from over 130 countries, with professional and amateur photographers across the globe participating. Photographs were submitted in three categories: people, places, and nature.
‘Girls in the Windows,’ is the signature piece of photographer Ormond Gigli, who shot for such publications as Life,Paris Match, and the Saturday Evening Post. The famous photograph has been sold at Christie’s in New York in the beginning of Oct.
Ormond Gigli says;
“I was inspired to somehow immortalize those buildings. I had the vision of 43 women in formal dress adorning the windows of the skeletal facade,” Gigli writes. “The day before the buildings were razed, the 43 women … climbed the old stairs and took their places in the windows. I was set up on my fire escape across the street, directing the scene, with bullhorn in hand. Of course I was concerned for the models’ safety, as some were daring enough to pose out on the crumbling sills.”
Alain Delorme, photographer from Paris, captures fascinating photos of bicycle carriers in Shanghai, China. Under the blue sky of a highly colored Shanghai, men carry throughout the city unbelievable piles. These precarious columns made of cardboard or chairs appear as new totems of a society in complete transformation, both a factory for the world and a new El Dorado of the market economy.
We’ve had a lot of great guest photographers on CubeMe recently. But we are particularly impressed by Chris McVeigh’s photographs and his geek universe. His works shows creating clever, quirky and often comical pictures that employ everything from action figures to backyard wildlife.
I am extremely patient and focused when it comes to my work. I have no problem giving a task all of my attention, and sticking with it until I feel it is complete (or at the very least, I’ve reach a certain threshold in the process). I’m not sure my patient with the creative process necessarily translates into overall patience, though… I’m easily annoyed by bad drivers, for example.