Photography inspiration from inspiring photographers

“Forced overnight” by Hans Provoost

Forced Overnight is one of Hans Provoost‘s photography project which unveiled what could eventually with flight and train crew during night shift.

“Modern Icons” by Harry Fayt

Harry Fayt is an underwater photographer specialist from Belgium. This series is called “Modern Icons” and is still in progress. It is a modern twist of art through the ages, through a sub-aquatic lens.

Creative Self-Portraits by Flora Borsi

Flora Borsi is a fine art Hungarian photographer. She uses exquisite photo manipulation to create surreal images that are thematically focused on identity and relationships.

“Dressed in Light” by Dani Olivier

Paris-based photographer Dani Olivier dressed his models with nothing but light, using their bodies as a canvas combined with a series of geometric patterns.  

“A Divine Comedy” by Bart Ramakers

Bart Ramakers is a Belgian artist. His series, “A Divine Comedy” is inspired by ancient myths and tales about beauty, passion and power.

“Cape Town Connections” by Carl David Jones

Carl David Jones is a South African photographer is currently living Seoul and working all over China. He recently published a moody series called “Cape Town Connections” which feature local and international model around Cape Town, South Africa.

“Allegories of life” by Alessandra Favetto

This series came to life from Alessandra Favetto‘s everyday life experiences. Alessandra lives in the countryside and get inspiration from her surrounding. 14 dogs, chickens, pigs, horses, olive trees and plantations are her inexhaustible source of ideas.

“Living in a Fishbowl” by Dana Trippe

The experimental project featured here was created by the Californian photographer Dana Trippe. She plays with the refraction effect, that reverse the sense of the body when it is reflected in the fishbowl.

Self portrait by Maren Klemp

Maren Klemp is a fine art photographer living and working in Oslo, Norway. Her interests in photography encompasses self portraiture, black and white photography in general and the use of vintage photographic equipment that infuses her images with a timeless dimension.

Szymon Brodziac

Unconventional black and white by Szymon Brodziak

‘What you see, is who you are’ says Szymon Brodziak, an economy graduate taken over by passion for photography. After quitting family business, he worked in various advertising agencies, assisting in fashion and advertising shootings, which today are his main fields […]

“Pop culture” by Jonathan Icher

Jonathan Icher is also known under the name of Queen Mimosa III, and is a fashion photographer based in Paris. He studied art from the age of 15 and later studied for five years at the school of Duperré, specialising in fashion and photography. […]

“Days lost” by Katja Mayer

Katja Mayer is a German born photographer and artist based in London. She has recently completed an MA in Photography at the London College of Communication. The series below comes from a collaboration with a British art director, Peter Chadwick.

“Star Dust” by Ludovic Florent

Ludovic Florent is a 36 years old French photographer specialised in chiaroscuro photography. Check out more of Ludovic’s work on his portfolio.

“1950 in New York” by Vivian Maier

Vivian Dorothea Maier (February 1, 1926 – April 21, 2009) was an American street photographer, who was born in New York City and spent much of her childhood in France. After returning to the United States, Maier worked for about […]

“In Rooms” by Brittany Markert

In Rooms is an online photo diary created by the Brooklyn based analog photographer Brittany Markert. This project is the result of Brittany’s fascination for abandoned buildings and hotel rooms.

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