Adam Pretty is a photographer specialized in sport photographie. He catches with passion intense moments of famous sporting events like Olympic Games or Formula Championships. He particularly works for the Getty Images agency.
Photographer Oskar Zapirain captured some amazing pictures of the Oiartzun forest located in the Basque Country, buries in the fog. This region was used to the charcoal production. The forest has the particular sign to have trees with short trunks and long vertical limbs. It’s because trees were cut in order to they grow again to guarantee their life. In the fog it’s like an imaginary forest.
Finnish photographer Christoffer Relander, whose we already present the work, offers in his collection entitled “We Are Nature Vol. 4″, amazing portraits using double exposures, triple, quadruple and sextuple exposure techniques. Pictures were taken “in-camera” in the Finnish woods, without any help from an extern program. Faces merge into a dense vegetation, giving a surrealistic aspect to the pictures.
Photographer Anne-Laure Etienne is the author of a very beautiful series called “The Infinity of the Possible”. It gathers women’s portraits, all dressed up and drowned by their big skirts and dresses, captured underwater in a total immersion where the mass of water represents the infinity of what’s possible.
Ogilvy & Mather Colombia asked Juan Cárdenas and Andrés Astorquiza to imagine the next print campaign for the ink cartridges of the brand Ecofill. On the baseline “Don’t let (ink) run out when you need it the most”, we can see people in funny situations where they lose their clothes, matching with the ink colors cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
For this best-of, we have gathered the most beautiful collages creations of the last years. With threads and needles, with paper and glue, with retouch softwares and also old photographs and surrealistic visuals ; the imagination of these artists is infinite. Our selection is to discover in the gallery.