Sunday, December 27, 2009

Empty Los Angeles without People

Photographer Matt Logue shows with his Empty L.A. photo project what the City of Angels would look like if it was totally people-less.
The photos were taken over a period of 4 years (he began in 2005) at different places of LA.
Very interesting work.




















Saturday, December 12, 2009

Markus Mueller Amazing Photography


A non-exhaustive selection of talent Markus Mueller, a photographer currently based in Berlin.Specializes in commercial work for many clients, and images piped. More examples of his work in discovering more.










Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Amazing Tilt-Shift Lenses Photography by Tim Grimshaw

County Hall – London


Big Ben and Westminster – London


Empire State Building – New York


Queensboro Ramp – New York


Park Avenue Rain – New York


Flatiron Building – New York


Central Park – New York



Earth Hour 2009 – Empire State Building


Time Warner Towers – New York



IAC Building – New York


Puck Building Shutters – New York


New York Skyline at Night – Office Illumination


Millennium Dome (O2 Dome) – London, UK


These are some of the finest images of New York and London ever.

All images taken using Tilt/Shift lenses to control the depth of field. Photography by Tim Grimshaw.

You can find all of these amazing photos and much more @ Orange Blob

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Village Turned into Optical Illusion


We’ve featured Felice Varini dozen of times, so I encourage you to check some of our previous articles to learn the background and goals this particular artist set for himself. It’s because I dislike repeating myself. In his newest installation, the buildings in the town of Vercorin in the Swiss Alps contribute to this impressive piece. The set was called Cercle et suite d’├ęclats. But what I recon interests you the most, is how all of this was turned into practice. Well, the pattern was projected on the town from the vantage point, and then traced and painted. If you shoot a photo from the same spot in daylight, you’ll quickly realize how the town looks flat – almost like a postcard. The interesting part is how he got the whole town to approve this? Don’t miss the panoramic view on Varini’s website. More photos from different angles are included below…