A Brazilian photo bank “Getty Images” commercial, consists of 853 photos.
Different images from various photo shoots made up a original wordless life story of a man. In the beginning, he meets a girl; they make love and give birth to a child. They age and, unfortunately, he becomes widowed. The man moves on a journey and at the end of his life, suddenly wins in a lottery and becomes rich. The entire story is told in a minute. Meaning the pictures are shown very fast-paced. Continue reading … A Photo Bank Advertisement Showed 853 Photos Per Minute
Adele Enersen – a copywriter and a young mother from Helsinki created an interesting photo project, called: “When my baby dreams”.
For most mothers, a baby nap is a long-awaited time, when they can finally relax or take care of urgent issues around the house. Adele Enersen, however, uses these moments to develop her creative potential, which she cannot exercise in her profession, while on maternity leave taking care of her daughter Mila. Continue reading … Dream World of a Baby
Take a photo. How difficult is that? Now imagine doing that for almost 4.5 years – from 26th september year 2006 till 12th may year 2011. One of many amazing internet projects presents us a daily photo compilation of a young woman. We clearly see how time passes away but she doesn’t changed a lot. Maybe because of the cosmetics? It’s for you to decide. Hm … maybe they have such videos for some 40 years?
The world of dreams is amazing. We approach a fantasy land during our dreams. Photographer Jan von Holleben knows that. And the German newspaper ZEIT knows Jan von Holleben. ZEIT asked the photographer to create visual work for a feature on dreams and what they mean to us. Jan von Holleben is known for his Dreams of Flying so this was his case. Continue reading … Dreams And Beds
Alexis Raimbault – a very talented photographer from Paris, France presents some of his work. He has a delicate style for his photos. That’s why such giants as Playstation, Bayer, Nokia, Casio and others have employed him. In 2009 the prestige Young Creative Chevrolet awarded him the 1st prize. You can follow him also on Twitter.
When you take a toy car for small children you suddenly understand how big you are and how small the car is. Now take a simple 50 cent coin and imagine how big it is for an ant or a worm, maybe even for a mouse. The design studio Skrekkøgle from Norway just found out that not only small objects look small but also the big ones if you just try a little.
Surely everybody loves memories. That’s why we try to capture them on cameras. When you look at your family photo album you will find photos from different ages. The most interesting part is to compare the photos and look for differences.
The photo mash-up concept is a very popular one. Previously we presented you the “Pencil vs. Camera concept” by Ben Heine. Now something similar but not the same by Taylor Jones “Picture of a Picture from the Past in the Present”.
Have you ever tried to squeeze the sun with your two fingers? Maybe held your wife in your palm. The laws of physics allow our eyes to see big objects really small. This idea is a team work of a camera and a pencil. Watch this example here.
Photography by Robert Gligorov master of aeroplastics photo. His works shock people because of sophisticated and extreme forms of visual communication. Now he lives and works in Milan, Italy. Warning: most of Robert Gligorov pictures are not viewable for children.
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