Another image featured in Seequence online magazine.
Insightful and Inspirational.
I create a lot of photos.
It’s my way of expressing ideas and feelings I have, towards humanity, individuals and myself.
This 2 image series I did is my favorite of all my work… because it took a lot of effort to create but also a lot of thinking. I had a feeling.. and tried to express it visually… and while creating it, it kept evolving… and in the finished product, it started saying more than I ever consciously thought of. I can now read these images multiple different ways and I love that. My own images here have inspired me to not only put deeper meaning into my photos… but to create images that can be read so many different ways… because just like the book of life… we all write and read different stories.
There are so many awesome images by the great Tim Walker it was hard to pick only a few! Check out his website to continue the inspiration – http://timwalkerphotography.com/
Here are some sweet pics by the always inspiring Chase Jarvis. Something I love about this guy’s work is the range. He can do raw portraits, dancers, crazy snowboarding jumps and beautiful landscapes to name a few… One of my favorite sections on his website is his iphone photos. There are just certain artists whose eye I just love, when you have that creative eye, it’s almost impossible to take a bad picture.
Check out his website and blog and feel the inspiration.
Website – http://www.chasejarvis.com Blog – http://blog.chasejarvis.com/blog/
These pictures blow my mind!! Check out Sarah Small’s site – click here.
So I just got an email back from a competition I entered showing who got shortlisted… although I was not one of them I still got a bit of a prize… Some inspiration. On the shortlist was Alex Kisilevich, York University, so I decided to check out his website and work. This guy is insanely good. The concepts are strong and executed beautifully. I was in aw.
Click here to go to Alex Kisilevich’s website.
She is everyone.
This is a picture I did showing that within someone is everyone. We are all connected.
This song puts it into a really cool perspective.. and its funny as well… making Bill Nye and other scientists talking into singing.
This series done by Michael Wolf is brilliant. In fact all this man’s work is brilliant. You HAVE to check out his website – click here Here are some images from my favorite photo series of his.
When I discovered this woman’s work I was in shock of the beauty! It gave me a new perspective on my own photography and the things close to me in my life. Her lifestyle and view on life is so honest and real, the intricate beauty of being human.
These are a few of my favorite pieces. For more click here – Sally Mann