Here are the winners of the Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2014 : from a variety of backgrounds, these photographers marked the past year with their stunning landscapes pictures revealing us the secrets of a wild and majestic nature. To discover in the gallery.
Brandon Kidwell is a financial analyst based in Florida with his wife and three children. The man spends most of his free time to indulge his passion for photography with which he plays the game of double exposure. A magnificent series to discover.
The Russian photographer Evgeniy Zaytsev captured breathtaking views of the sky during his travels around his country. Photos are formed by merging several images taken over several hours.The movement of the Earth does the rest.
Photographer based in Stockholm, Felix Odell creates beautiful photographs worthy motion picture capturing landscapes which are immersed in a mist giving pics a haunting atmosphere.
Angélica García creates photographic works around the themes of loneliness and emptiness. The photos are not retouched, everything is done by hand. Angelica takes a picture of her subject, prints and handles to turn it into a surreal dream image before taking a picture of the final result again.
NASA, his army of satellites and astronauts aboard the International Space Station took thousands of pictures of our beautiful Earth. From Erupting volcanoes to idyllic islands through the formation of surreal clouds, here is a selection of the best shots.
Reuters was born there 30 years. Thirty years to play a key and indispensable role in the distribution of photojournalism for worldwide publications. To celebrate this anniversary, the agency has dug into its archives for us to deliver some of the most striking images.
Here is a selection of portraits captured by the artiste Zeng Jiayuan. This young photographer develops a fascinating fantastic and mystical world. Through these pictures, Zeng confronts humans and his indescribable relationship with the world that surrounds it.
Here is a series of photographs made by Lark Foord. The artist show a daily urbanism emphasized by unexpected big plans. Lark gives the impression to open multiple windows in a city where space-time seems to be frozen.
Like a magician, artist DarkangelOne moves sculptures made by other artists working on their pictures series. A static sculpture, or a 3D artwork is now moving subtlety, sliding sensuously on model’s skin. An impressive work, to discover below.
Time Travel is a series by photographer Flora Borsi. She integrated herself with a digital camera and a smartphone in a collection of black and white pictures showing icons such as Marilyn Monroe, the Beatles and Andy Warhol. Through anachronisms, she asks how would be this era if the fans had our technological ressources.
But what happens to our old pile of scrap metal rolling under the earth? As to the cars owned by the Metropolitan Transit Authority, they are thrown into the ocean to create artificial reefs. Photographer Stephen Mallon has documented this release for the project “Next Stop Atlantic”.
Kübra Sağın is a photographer based in Istanbul. Cute kittens, flowers or delicate cup of tea with strawberries putting on her knees, the pictures she takes are full of fragility and illustrate a sweet and romantic life. A beautiful selection to discover below.
Japanese photographer Daisuke Takakura presents new photographic project “Monodramatic”. If the scientific cloning does not exist, the artistic cloning comes through the work of Daisuke, which, on the theme of “self,” made a series in which it multiplies his models by ten.
Photographer based in Montreal, Benjamin Von Wong recently conducted a series of shots to transform unknown people into super-athletes. The artist used “Hollywood-level lighting”. The result is impressive and we almost would become a super athlete in a jiffy.