Unique Photography Makes the Streets of Hong Kong Look Like a 2D Video Game

As part of an ad campaign for Jim Rickey, Swedish photographer Christian Åslund produced a nostalgic series of photos that turned the streets of Hong Kong into a 2d video game. The shots were taken from a skyscraper using a telephoto lens to achieve this unique angle. Amazing.    Check out more photos from thos project here. [via honestlywtf]


Fabian Oefner Captures Clever Illusion of Outer Space

Artist Fabian Oefner‘s aim is to present the unseen and poetic facets of our natural world and to invite us to stop for a moment and appreciate the magic that constantly surrounds us. Showcased here is Fabian’s series called Nebulae. It’s not what you think it is. He says, What might look like a giant nebula or a distant galaxy at first glance, is in reality the glowing ends of a fibre glass […]


Eye-catching Photographs of the Williamsburg Bridge That Highlight Sequence

Brooklyn-based photographer Mon Zamora knows how to make an otherwise mundane scenery to an interesting subject. In his project called Sequence, he takes photos of New York’s Williamsburg Bridge in a different angle. Mon explains, In mathematics, a sequence is an ordered list of objects.Like a set, it contains members, and the number of them are called the length of the sequence.Unlike a set, order matters, and exactly the same, elements can appear multiple times […]


Beautifully Cut Fruit + Vegetables

French photographer Florent Tanet lets you inside an inspiring and colorful photos of beautifully cut fruits and vegetables. The idea looks simple yet enlivening. Florent calls this project A Colorful Winter. Plenty more photos on her website. [via etoday]


Enticing Sky Photography by Eric Cahan

Eric Cahan journals his travels through beautiful photography. One of his remarkable works is the vertical Sky Series where you are indulged in rich gradients of the sky that are honestly amazing. Each photograph is titled with the time and location of its conception. Cahan’s viewers see in his work his unique interpretation of a specific time and place. Eric says, “During my travels, I discover what I want to document. My works are titled […]


Awe-inspiring Landscapes Caught in a Bubble

UK based photographer Richard Hicks loves photographing bubbles and the landscapes reflected on them. After discovering the beauty of landscapes reflected on bubbles, Richard got obsessed with trying to photograph them using different bubble mixtures and techniques. He says, This is a real bubble, NOT a Photoshop creation. There are very small adjusts to light levels, but just to make up for underexposure – which I needed to get a bit more speed and […]


On Finding Oneself: I'm Not There Series by Pol Ubeda-Hervas

Photographer PoL Úbeda Hervàs explores his struggle of discovering and re-discovering himself in this series called ‘I’m not there’. A phase in life where most people can relate to right now. Pol says; “How can we accept that we are changing? How can we accept we hardly recognize ourselves in certain situations? I am changing at this very moment of my life. I do not react in the same ways I used to. I am surprised. […]


Playful Imaginings of a Photographer as a Tiny Being

Canadian photographer Joel Robinson imagines himself as a tiny being in this playfully surreal concept photography series. His great love for the outdoors inspires most of his photographs and that he lives as close to the forest as he could possibly be. More of his wonderful portfolio on Flickr . You can purchase prints of his enchanting photography on Etsy. [via designtaxi]


Bizarrely Creative Fireworks Photography by David Johnson

While using long exposure technique, photographer David Johnson would quickly refocus after he hears the firework explosion. With this style he was able to capture beautifully bizarre looking fireworks that resemble sea creatures. Here are some of his works taken at the International Fireworks Show in Ottawa, Canada. Check out David Johnson’s website to see more of his portfolio.   [via photoink and petapixel]


Magical + Paint-like Early Morning Pictures Over the Misty Forest

Poland and the Czech Republic has an amazing view of the mountains. In this series by Polish photographer Boguslaw Strempel you’ll see and appreciate more how spectacularly beautiful they are. What makes this picture perfect shot different is that Boguslaw didn’t capture the sunrise. Rather, he captured the dramatic interlacing of the sunbeams as it hits the tree tops.    Visit Boguslaw Strempel’s 35 photo portfolio for more. [via petapixel]