Photography by Michael Kittell – “I have been a photographer for a number of years, and have only recently started to do so professionally. I’m an alpine climber, so most of my work focuses on mountains, climbing, and climbing culture.”
The image is of a 17th Century sailing merchant vessel.
Two planar projectors intersect on a curtain of water from firehoses. Illuminated by stage lights.
The image wavers with the breeze, Wow.
This story is as interesting as the photography – and the photography is classical. Something worth saving as a portfolio of what can be done with a camera.
Click here to the slideshow. Open it up to full screen and enjoy, peer into Vyacheslav Korotki’s life and work in solitude. Revel in the richness of Evgenia Arbugaeva’s photography.
This stunning black-and-white image of Lake Wanaka in New Zealand was captured by Jordan Ek of Portland, Oregon. It was named as the people’s choice winner in the 2014 Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year competition.
Check out Jordan Ek’s gallery of photography – containing this image as well as others just as stunning.
From Om Malik’s personal blog
A few months ago, Jeff Kenoff got in touch, wondering if I would judge at the EyeTime 2014, a Student Photography Competition in NYC. Unfortunately, due to prior commitments and time constraint I couldn’t do the judging for the event. Some of my friends like John Biggs of Techcrunch, Mark Kawano and Cole Rise, however ended up being judges on the competition.
The talent at the competition was staggering. Just look at some of the photos that are in the winner’s circle and you will know what I mean. EyeTime 2014 is a contest to publicly promote the research, exploration and investigation currently happening amongst today’s emerging talent. For my money, Architecture in Limbo by Ben Tynegate is hauntingly beautiful!
Click this link to wander over to Om’s blog and view his selections
Click to enlarge — Photo by Erard Swannet
Click through to Erard Swannet’s site. Delightful photographer. Taken on a flight to the UK. A wind farm in the North Sea.