Here at Inspiredology, we have mentioned the amazing design inspiration that can be derived from Nature. Some of Nature’s brightest colours and fascinating textures and creatures are found deep underwater.
This post is a huge showcase of some fantastic examples of photography. There is no specific theme, not just black and white photos, portrait, scenic… the only requirement for this showcase is that they are simply stunning. This post showcases many different elements in photography, so sit down and take it all in, be inspired.
You might notice a bias towards urban landscapes in this list of incredible images taken at night, but I assure you this is for good reason: light in cities, provided by signs, buildings, street lighting and traffic, makes for truly exquisite nighttime photography.
The National Geographic Photography Contest 2009 voting is going on right now! I have compiled a showcase of some of my favourites from this year’s competition, but be sure to check out the site and vote for your favourites!
Another post to add to our growing Photography category, Abstract photography is an over populated trend, but we still love it. I think the reason why is because, abstract is so unique, it’s hard to find a handful of images that are very similar.
Tilt-shift photography involves using both tilt and shift camera movements to simulate the depth of field of a macro lens, making life-size objects appear as though they’re actually miniature in scale. The effect can be incredibly powerful, instantly turning a sprawling metropolis into a miniature village or toy town.
For as long as I can remember one of my favourite avenues of photography has been Landscapes and Cityscapes. One of the best ways to capture these images is from the air, and few people [if anyone] in the world do it better than Jason Hawkes.
Dave Hill has created his own effect, pursued by amateur photographers around the globe. Most of us know this effect by HDR, but some can relate to the Dave Hill effect. His unique style of photography has left a huge impact on so many photographers.
National Geographic has been on the forefront of photography for over100 years. Their timeless images taken all over the world will live on as some of the best nature and human photography of all time.
I was surfing the net, I came across a new project from vanity fair. I really like when you see celebrities in different situations, you see Lebovitz doing this a lot, and again this is another situation. Enjoy this small post.