Photography

July 18, 2017

Traveling Couple Exposes Similarities Around the World with Photo Mashups

Eager to leave their comfort zones and “embark on a little creative exploration,” South African couple Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger have dedicated their time to traveling the world. In 2015, the pair quit their 9-to-5 jobs and set off on a 2-year adventure. This trip around the globe brought them to 40 countries and culminated in a comprehensive collection of photographs, which the duo has creatively compiled into a unique series of artistic composites.

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July 17, 2017

Interview: Nomadic Couple Captures the Timeless Natural Beauty of Peru

The nomadic model-photographer duo Victoria Yore and TJ Drysdale, aka Follow Me Away, have explored parts of the world that many only dream of visiting. We’ve chronicled their adventures for years as they captured the breathtaking sights of Iceland, Oregon, and countries throughout Europe. They’ve recently returned from Peru—their first time there—and have shared their latest travel photos with us.

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July 13, 2017

Mesmerizing “Time Slice” Photos Show Single Locations at Different Times of Day

For years, artist and photographer Fong Qi Wei has been skillfully slicing photographs into awe-inspiring scenes showcasing the passage of time. Known as “time slice” photographs, each work of art combines several photos taken at different times of day to produce a single, strikingly cohesive composition. To create each piece, Wei snaps several photographs of the same location over a period of several hours. He then digitally divides the images and extracts a single strip from each.

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July 12, 2017

Visually Satisfying Photos Capture the Repetition and Symmetry of Swimming

With a preference for portraiture and an artistic attraction to “modern freshness,” Slovakia-based artist Maria Svarbova produces expressive photographs that explore everyday actions and reimagine routine. This interest in repetition is particularly evident in her photos of swimmers, a subject she continues to revisit time and time again. Set in Slovakian swimming pools dating back to the Socialist era, these peculiar photographs span several series, including Swimming Pool, Origins, and The Tribune. Each one illustrates the repeating patterns and incidental symmetry inherent to the sport.

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