Browsing All posts tagged under »Night«

One little house – Manuel Cosentino

September 19, 2014


The power of simplicity - Manuel Cosentino

21:21, The Photo-Marathon

February 11, 2014


Please Note: This article is my response to the Challenge I previously featured and discussed on my blog, click here to see it for more information on the photo marathon and it’s cause, intentions and aims. (Some of the team and myself) Yesterday morning, we met at 9am to group together at base camp where […]

Brilliant Landscapes – Tim Simmons

September 4, 2012


Tim Simmons has a wonderful eye, to be able to spot such incredible lighting in the most mundane of sceneries and then to be able to manipulate the lighting to make something mundane into something extraordinary is a true talent and for his capability to be able to do this I am incredibly uplifted and […]

‘Unrealistic Scenes’

July 3, 2012


In relation to my other posts on landscape photography I continued to further search for more inspiration to give myself the push to get out there and think more creativly towards the genre! In finding this article I found yet again some more fascinating examples which are bound to inspire anyone that sees them. So […]

In Focus – Afghanistan: May 2012

June 11, 2012


In search for further inspiration into documentary photography I resorted to well known photographic news website, “In Focus” were I found an article subject to current news on Afghanistan and I found some very creative photography which brought me to think of the photographers position and how he or she had dnangered themselves to capture […]

Brandon Doran

April 19, 2012


Bradon Doran, a San Francisco based phtographer expresses his creative output within the streets of the city. He creates interesting landscapes photography as well as approaching his work to the more urban style of the medium. He capture portraits of people within their natural environment without them noticing so that the image is 100% natural. […]


April 4, 2012


From this series I was immediatly inspired by the rural and decaying architectural structures that has been beautifully captured within Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre’s book titled, ‘The Ruins of Detriot‘. It reminds me of the book named, ‘Beauty in Decay’ by ‘RomanyWG’. I definatly feel that these photographs are worth a look for inspiration […]