Klara G: Animals and others funny things

Klara G is a Swedish photographer based in Los Angeles. She has a passion for suggestive and emotional images. She spent three years in photography school before joining the Royal Dramatic Theatre, where she worked as a photographer for almost two years. Today she works as a freelancer. Her work ranges from fashion to portraits,…

James Chororos, Everyday

James Chororos is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. He’s studied architecture, painting, graphic design, art history, and engineering. He’s designed at nearly every scale, from skyscrapers to websites, yet he was not the least bit surprised when he accidentally discovered that photography- the one area he hadn’t thought of pursuing- was the field he…

Akos Major Seascapes

Asko Major works remember me Massimo Vitali that is the founder of the genre Seascapes, and also Andric of course. Born in 1974, Asko is an Hungarian photographer. Graduated in 2001 from Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design (MOME) in Budapest, Hungary  with a degree of Visual Communications. After working for ten years in an Ad-Agency, left the…

Melancholia time-lapse landscapes

Melancholia is a time-lapse shortfilm shot in Iceland during the summer solstice of 2013, using modified infrared Sony DSLR camera. During 12 days I explored and photographed both the South Coast and the Snæfellsnes peninsula, looking for the best scenes to represent in infrared. Direct sun light, green grass and blue skies are a must…

Imagebrief, Marketplace for Photographers

I’ve found this site surfing on the web. It’s like Zooppa for designers, but this is for freelance photographers. Fight the crisis! “ImageBrief is a marketplace that connects professional photographers to image buyers from all around the world. Buyers post briefs outlining their image requirements and professional photographers respond by submitting their images … it’s…

Touch Board: interactivity Everywhere

Designed by Bare Conductive, the Touch Board is a way to turn almost any surface or material into an interface – light switches painted on walls, interactive books or hidden sensors that can detect a person from up to 20cm away. Connect any conductive material to one of its 12 electrodes and you can trigger a…

THE CANDIDATE

An underhanded company man is offered assistance by a secret organization that immerses him in forces beyond his control. facebook.com/thecandidatemovie Directed by David Karlak (twitter.com/davidkarlak) Written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton (twitter.com/marcusdunstan, twitter.com/patrickwmelton) Director of Photography, Brandon Cox (twitter.com/bcoxdp) Score by Zack Hemsey download the score here: music.zackhemsey.com/album/the-candidate Produced by Marcus Dunstan, William Morse, and Ryan…

Before and After the Fight

For his project and book, 141 Boxers, Nicolai Howalt photographed teenage amateur boxers in Denmark immediately before and after their first entry into the ring. Each portrait is made in direct light with a neutral background, and when they’re displayed in a grid on a gallery wall, they form a massive typology of young fighters—their…

Laundromats of New York City by Snorri

As one half of the directing duo the Snorri Brothers, Snorri directed numerous high profile spots and campaigns for a variety of blue chip clients as well as smaller independent projects. After the dissolution of the Snorri Brothers Snorri signed with Bob Industries for commercial representation. “For all its squalor and despair, the laundromat has…

A Trip to South Korea

“While neighboring North Korea makes worldwide headlines with threats and demands, South Koreans have adjusted slightly to possible dangers, but largely carry on with their everyday lives. The war that halted in 1953 reverberates strongly today, including the continued strong presence of U.S. military forces near the demilitarized zone that separates the two Koreas. South…

Lincoln Clarkes: Cyclists

   Lincoln Clarkes wants this to be about the photographs. And it’s easy to get entirely caught up in the gaze of his celebrity portraits, or the brute force of police in his protest shots. You ride a wave of psychedelia at the Burning Man Festival, or get lost in a haze of heroin addiction.…

The Patrick Demarchelier exhibit at A. Galerie

Located in the heart of Paris’ 16th arrondissement, A. Galerie, has become the first gallery in the Alma area of the city to dedicate itself to photography and contemporary art. Opting to exhibit most notably the works of Martin Schoeller, Albert Watson and Rankin, gallery director Arnaud Adida has now opted to collaborate with photographer Patrick Demarchelier for this new summer exhibit. Titled quite…