Storia D’Amore by Kalle Gustafsson

Story of Love, is another amazing collection to added to Kalle Gustafsson‘s intense catalog of work.  Its reminiscent of an Italian film that would have probably starred Marcello Mastroianni.

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Le Mans Classic by Laurent Nivalle

Photos by Laurent Nivalle.

Zeitautomatik by Michael G. Magin

Not a lot of informations about Michael G. Magin, a photographer based in German, just a lot of beautiful portraits. I’m always searching new faces for future projects. If you like my style, don’t hesitate to contact me via e-mail. (please include at least 2 or 3 photos of you so that I can decide whether you’d fit to an upcoming project or not).

True America Part 2 by Elmo Tide

Really amazing two part set of photography showcasing America in its lite to heavy cultural activities. By Elmo Tide.

“Frank and Fellini go to the carnival.” That’s how NPR described the style, and it seems as good a description as any. It’s a strange dark fantasy world, but I can’t quite grasp it. What is he trying to express? What drives him? Who is this person sneaking around LaLa land at all hours with a camera? The dilemma is that Elmo Tide is anonymous. He’s posted twice on Flickr and left it at that. No contact info, no forwarding address, no name. Just 81 photos and a goofball pseudonym. Not much info but enough to go viral. Intriguing. It’s pretty hard nowadays to disappear completely. To mask all digital fingerprints and remain anonymous takes determination. It makes me wonder about him and his photos, and maybe that’s by design. Maybe that’s his schtick. In a world where billions of photos are made and posted daily, maybe there’s something to be said for Elmo Tide’s strategy, if he has one. Ok, fine. Mystery can be a catalyst. But I want to get to the bottom of this. Does anyone out there know who the heck Elmo Tide is?

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True America Part 1 by Elmo Tide

Really amazing two part set of photography showcasing America in its lite to heavy cultural activities. By Elmo Tide.

“Frank and Fellini go to the carnival.” That’s how NPR described the style, and it seems as good a description as any. It’s a strange dark fantasy world, but I can’t quite grasp it. What is he trying to express? What drives him? Who is this person sneaking around LaLa land at all hours with a camera? The dilemma is that Elmo Tide is anonymous. He’s posted twice on Flickr and left it at that. No contact info, no forwarding address, no name. Just 81 photos and a goofball pseudonym. Not much info but enough to go viral. Intriguing. It’s pretty hard nowadays to disappear completely. To mask all digital fingerprints and remain anonymous takes determination. It makes me wonder about him and his photos, and maybe that’s by design. Maybe that’s his schtick. In a world where billions of photos are made and posted daily, maybe there’s something to be said for Elmo Tide’s strategy, if he has one. Ok, fine. Mystery can be a catalyst. But I want to get to the bottom of this. Does anyone out there know who the heck Elmo Tide is?

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Sally mann, again

I’ve found some other images by Sally Mann. We’ve met her here and here. I had to choose between them and even if I have avoided to post some of them ( someone could find those photographies offensive) I always find  in her pictures a kind of sensual innocence that worth to be seen.

Visit Sally Mann’s website.

Magical Journey by Elizabeth Gadd

I was born and raised (and am now based) near Vancouver, Canada. Having grown up in this beautiful area, I’ve fallen easily in love with the surrounding forests, hills, mountains and ocean – All of which are heavily incorporated in my photography. I started my venture into photography in 2007 when I became obsessed with taking photos of my pets (…yes, I’m as much an animal nerd as I am a nature lover). I got serious about photography in 2010 when I decided to step out of my comfort zone and take a self-portrait every single day for a year. Upon completing this 365 project, my photography style and creativity had grown immensely. I now enjoy experimenting in any and every kind of photography, but for the most part I still like to spend my days hiking with my dogs and taking photos in the surrounding nature. When I’m not out taking photos or walking/training the dogs, you can usually find me on a couch somewhere eating lots of chocolate. Elizabeth Gadd