Inspired by the Surrealist work of Salvador Dali, 'Slime' embarks on a contemporary exploration of the irrational and creative mindset we experience when dreaming. The slime moves through obscure, isolated environments.
Photographer Brooke DiDonato was the focus of our latest episode of Inside the Photographer's Mind, now located on Adorama's Facebook page. Her work is mostly focusing on the surreal and finds ways to make people really think about the images that they're seeing.
When we speak of landscape photography, minimalism isn't usually the first technique or style that comes to mind. With black and white, however, there's more of that given the strong influence of masters, particularly Ansel Adams.
Photographer and visual artist Antti Karppinen has been reimagining photos using Photoshop for over 23 years now. Here’s a before-and-after look at how Karppinen is able to take plain portraits (shot in studios, garages, and outdoors) and turn them into dreamlike images.
Photographer Karen Jerzyk turned abandoned spaces into dark fairy tales after the death of her father. After getting into trouble with that series, she created Colors, a series of fantasy scenes photographed in rooms dominated by a single color.
"I think I've been multi-talented in the arts for a long time and photography just stuck with me. " says photographer Jonathan Moore in an email to the Phoblographer. "I grew up in a few small towns in Tennessee.
Photographer and digital artist Karen Alsop wanted to bring Christmas cheer to sick children, so she decided to use her photography and Photoshop skills to transport them to magical places. She calls it the The Christmas Wish Project.
"I think photography works so good as an outlet for me now that it has a big part in my victory against self harm and self destructional behaviour. " says Elena Helfrecht, who describes herself as a 24 year old fine art photographer based in Berlin, Germany.
Maybe you remember the Czech photographer Janek Sedlar, whose pics of dream-like forests in autumn went viral last year on Bored Panda. Well, now we bring you more of his surreal nature photographs, but this time there is a powerful reason for you to watch them carefully, because those maybe his last ones for a long time..