Karl Lundholm is an amateur Swedish photographer turned Aussie resident with a passion (and huge talent) for surf photography. I love his relaxed style and use of powerful muted tones. Check out his website but clicking on the pic below.
Engineer by day, bokeh hunter by night. Amateur photographer Takashi Kitajima has developed a beautiful portfolio that takes the art of bokeh photography to the next level. Check out his work by clicking on the pic below.
Abstract art photographer Ray Collins freezes waves in time to create awe inspiring photos that look like mountains of ice and rock.
Self-taught photographer Vadim Trunov is fascinated by the bug underworld. Take a look at his beautiful macro shots. Simply stunning.
Acclaimed British photographer Jimmy Nelson travelled the world Between 2010 & 2013 to document some of the most fantastic indigenous cultures left on the planet today. His work is simply stunning. Give the pic a click and see for yourself.
Without spending a dime, Australian photographer Shantanu Starick has successfully completed 187 trades, traversed five continents and remained on-the-go for the last 29 months, all by exchanging his photography for food and shelter. Just brilliant.
Incredible landscapes from 2014.
Some lovely pictures of the animal world.
Stunning & moving photographic journalism that depicts key events from 2014.
Award winning welsh photographer who travels around the world shooting for brands that love his eye for an emotive shot in the everyday. Brilliant.
Sometimes nature needs a little bit of humanity to really show itself in all its glory.
I admire photography projects. The commitment. The curiosity. The caring. The brown sisters have been photographed every year since 1975.
Clark Little has created a career from jumping into waves with his camera to show the raw power of the ocean in all its beauty. The results our groundbreaking.
Lovely story behind professional surf photographer Brian Bielmann's best ever photograph.
Wedding photographer Gabe McClintock makes a great case for just eloping in Iceland. Fine art wedding photography at its best.
Simon is a brilliant fashion & music photographer who just oozes a really simple cool style and aesthetic with his photography. Love the emotive atmosphere he creates. Nice.
Cick on the title above to read more about Marius Veith's inspiring journey from 9 to 5 market researcher to full-time photographer. He says "The truth is, my old job might pay well and offer me a high standard of living, but that’s not what I want in life. I don’t care for money, nor do I care for materialistic happiness. True happiness can’t be bought. It’s the simple things in life, like breathing the air, looking at the stars, eating good food, laughing and sharing moments with wonderful people. That’s why I love life and art". Check out some of his now award winning photos at www.mariusvieth.de.
Really interesting behind the scenes footage of how the National Geographic winning photos are selected. Gives you a lovely insight in to the difference between a good photo and a great one. It's the captures that capture (just click on the header above it'll take you to the video, enjoy).
When Brandon Stanton lost his job as a bond trader he took up photography. His pictures of strangers on the streets of New York became huge hits on Tumblr and Facebook – and now his book, Humans of New York has debuted at No 1 on the New York Times bestseller list. Truly inspirational.
Rosie Hardy shot to fame by... well shooting herself to fame. After doing some amazing portraits of herself, friends and family Maroon 5 stumbled across a picture of hers on Flickr that was perfect for their new album. The rest is history. She's got some great pictures on her sight, especially her fine art work. Just goes to show if you've got talent and explore your passions anything's possible. Very inspiring. Don't think i'll be doing the half-naked shoots of myself though... not quite as appealing!