What would you do if you found out that there are many clones of yourself? Photographer Daisuke Takakura is exploring the “self” concept using clone photography in a project entitled “Monodramatic”. The series features multiple clones of the same person interacting with one another within the same scene.
The most fascinating photo projects in the world
We are all photography fans and we want to see what others are creating. Photographers form a creative bunch and the most amazing photo projects are right here for you. We can bring you in the limelight of photographic excellence by exposing awe-inspiring artwork to you!
Here is another fine example of children photography! This time, it comes from photographer Lucia Staykov, a mother of six children: a boy, twin boys, and triplet girls. The artist has recently picked up a camera, but she captures portraits like a pro. Check out her amazing photos, which could serve as an inspiration for any parent!
Human life could not thrive without animals, says photographer Tomek Zaczeniuk. In order to pay a tribute to mother nature for providing a place for the artist to live in, Tomek is the author of an impressive series of photo manipulations of animals. The results are simply astonishing and you should not miss them!
People all over the world decide to decorate their homes during the holidays season. The Christmas sweater is the first step towards decorating themselves, but photographer Stephanie Jarstad has decided to go one step further through the “12 Beards of Christmas” project, which consists of men who have ornaments in their beards.
If you love rain and art, then you will surely love the photos captured by photographer Ed Gordeev. The St. Petersburg-based artist is capturing photos of rainy cityscapes that look like paintings. Using creativity and a little bit of editing, the results are mesmerizing and will make you want to start exploring the city in harsh weather.
A Vienna-based bank employee was looking for something to help her kill time. Her creativity has pushed her to photography and Photoshop, which has resulted into “Theodore’s Adventure”. This project consists of cute photos of the exciting adventures of her 10-month-old son, Theodore.
If you have not eaten anything yet or if you are looking for a meal inspiration, then you have come to the right place. We present you the “Symmetry Breakfast” project, which consists of photos of symmetrical breakfasts cooked or bought and arranged by photographer Michael Zee for himself and his boyfriend.
Dogs will love you so much that it will touch your heart forever. The same thing can be said about a good book. Italian photographer Dan Bannino has noticed the same thing, so he has created a great photo project, called Poetic Dogs, which consists of portraits of dogs juxtaposed next to renowned writers.
Photographer Elizabeth Gadd has learned photography all by herself. The self-taught artist is based in Vancouver, Canada, so you could say that she has a keen eye for landscape photography. However, she has traveled to many other places in order to capture majestic “landscapey photos with people in them”.
There are some impossible beauty standards to meet in today’s society and this issue is particularly affecting women. Canadian photographer Elly Heise has set on a question to question these beauty standards by allowing young girls to apply make-up to their mothers for the “Daughter Does My Makeup” photo project.
A dog is a man’s best friend, they say. In order to prove that the bond between humans and dogs is unbreakable, illustrator John Stortz and rescue dog Wolfgang have gone on an adventure across the US. The story of the duo has been captured on camera by John, who is documenting their travels courtesy of photography.
The National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 is now over, as the Society has revealed the winners of its annual competition. The overall laureate is photographer Brian Yen, courtesy of an impressive shot named “A Node Glows in the Dark”, while Triston Yeo and Nicole Cambré are the other two major winners.
This is what we have been and this is what we will become! Photographer Chris Luckhardt takes exploring to the next level with a set of amazing photos of abandoned schools. His haunting image project is called “Abandoned Schools” and it includes multiple locations abandoned throughout the US, Canada, and Japan.
People serving in the military are often forced to live a double life. It is hard to express your true self when in combat, so this is why we have to remember that soldiers are humans, too. Photographer Devin Mitchell is using his talents to pay a tribute to military members in a compelling photo series called “The Veteran Art Project”.
Photographers Alex Mendes and Hugo Catraio are capturing photos of strangers’ backs. The shots are then coupled with fictional stories about the subjects, which are representing conversations the authors never had with the subjects. The project is called “We Never Met” and it is an exciting street photography series.