This series of geometric projection is created by Swiss artist Felice Varini. This time Felice’s work at the Grand Palais in Paris, watch the video below, you can see how he works with projectors and stencils to create his artwork that only appears from a specific viewpoint.
This series is created by Normandy-based student photographer Vincent Bourilhon. Withing detailed post-processing, every image bring viewers into a different story. He said:
“I love fantasizing, I love inventing and creating. I think the real world is flat, not original and very negative. If art does not lead us to a different world in which we all live, it does not meet its mission. I am passionate about the dream and magic that surround our thoughts. If we can express ourselves, we should do that.”
This is a short tilt-shift time-lapse film about the city of Melbourne’s feature, Australia. Photographer Nathan Kaso spent 10 months to making and features the different events and festivals throughout the year.
Music: “Reflections” by Tom Day.
Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L and 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM
These Hong Kong’s Immense Skyscrapers collection are captured by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze. This series named Vertical Perspective. As a French graphic artist and living Hong Kong, Romain uses his unique perspective, explains the raw nature of Hong Kong and an expression of its vertical elan. You can buy Vertical Horizon in here. ( Price: HK$280.00 )
In the past three years, photographer Matt Molloy Shot these sunsets and cloudscapes everyday. Molloy stacked the numerous photos, these color and shape make the photos looks like a painting. If you like his photos, see more full-resolution in fine art america.
Photo by @ao_356
It’s not a dream or photoshop, it’s real! Residents of Nagano prefecture got a big surprise that spring cherry blossom and snowfall in the same time. Now, let’s enjoy these beautiful images below:-)