Feb 14, 2012

Peter Baker

I like these soo much. The simple and clean scenery. I especially like how he denotes scale in his landscapes by strategically placing people. some of his images could be mistaken for small places but are revealed to be magnificent vistas once you spot the tiny person way over on the right, or how something appears to be a far horizon line when in fact it is a lot closer than at first thought. Wonderful.

Feb 8, 2012

Takahiro Ogawa

Black and white. Really good black and white photography has great contrast (obviously) but these are great because of the subject matter,  especially his use of materials and textures. Interesting editorial pics.

Feb 6, 2012

Philipp Schaerer

Philipp Schaerer is an architect who specialises in creating photomontages, he is commissioned to create architectural photomontages however his personal work is what i find most interesting. It captivates me, and moving through his images, I am always surprised at his skill, though the images themselves are quite minimalist but the skill, precision and eye for balance are engaging.

"The main focus of my interest lies in the creation of images which try to reflect a built, exaggerated reality" - interview with Philipp

The work featured her is his Bildbauten series. Check out his "making of" 

Feb 3, 2012

Bruno Dayan

So my last few posts seem to be centering around light and colour, and bruno dayan is pretty good at it too. I really love how he sets up these intricate stories in his photographs and how much detail he creates in his sets/scenes. He uses colour, light and balance to set the mood. I just want to lick them.

Feb 2, 2012

Johnny Miller

The lighting and colour of these are so stunning. The way the bottles and various glass seem to glow give these still life shots a ephemeral feel.

Feb 1, 2012

Angela Hardison

So Pretty. Designer and blogger Angela Hardison, took these wonderful shots. Check out her inspiration blog here.