Many of us have imagined what it’s like to live on water, and have wondered if it’s truly better than living on land. Based on Malaysian lensman Ng Choo Kia’s beautiful images, it certainly appears to be an attractive option. The photographer captured the way of life of Malaysia’s Bajau people who live in stilted homes atop clear, turquoise waters.
Mundane Matters on Instagram takes food styling and photography to a whole new level. While plenty of food art populate the social media sphere nowadays, Mundane Matters’ creations are undeniably inventive and screams of brilliant eccentricity.
In his gleeful new photographic series, Underwater Babies, Seth Casteel points his camera and captures babies’ reactions to being underwater. While the photos are staged, you get a sense of all the dramatic responses the little ones have to their water experience—surprise, glee, mischievousness and everything in between. Casteel hopes to encourage parents to invest in teaching their infants how to swim to prevent drowning tragedies.
Talented photographer and stay-at-home mom, Anna Angenend’s Mom Life series captures some of the joyful and jumbled days of a mom and her two-year-old. Shot using a tripod, the pictures are inspired from real situations but composed with a professional’s eye for a great shot.
Talented artist and photographer Pyanek photographed a number of ordinary items in extreme close-up to show astonishing detail completely hidden to the naked eye. To create this series, “Amazing Worlds Within Our World,” Pynek used a Canon T3i DSLR with a reversed kit lens and edited with HeliconFocus (focus stacking), Lightroom, and Exposure 5.
Baby Chi Ara does more things during her waking hours than most newborns do. She goes on these awesome adventures with the help of her loving mother. With everyday items found at home, Chi’s mom creates imaginative scenes where Chi can travel to space, surf big waves, perform in a circus, feed a giraffe and even swim with Orcas.
Matthias Heidrich explores urban landscapes and architecture for a collection reminiscent of American photographer Matt Crump. The self-taught photographer captures desolate structures around Germany that makes for an amazing collection comprising of clean intersecting lines peppered with vivid colors.
Swiss-Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini has re-shot some sixteenth century masterpieces in real-life. The series, entitled “1503,” is a recreation of the works of Italian master, Agnolo Bronzino, who painted a series of highly influential oil portraits of the Medici family of Florence.
Founder of The Forgotten International, Thomas A. Nazario, and Pulitzer-Prize-winning photographer, Renée C. Byer, give a poignant face to the forgotten millions living in poverty. Their Living on a Dollar a Day photography collection includes stories of their subjects’ lives and photographs that will get seared in your brain.
There is a beauty to contrast. When light and dark come together to highlight the shapes and lines that make up the whole. The work of Kim Thue has this contrast. The photographer is originally from a tiny Danish town called Grindsted that sits on the moors of Jutland.