Underwater ink photographs by Alberto Seveso.
Over the past two years or so there’s been no shortage of photography and short films featuring the sensuous curls of ink plumes dispersing underwater. Yet nobody comes close to the master, Italian photographer Alberto Seveso (previously here and here) who creates impressive underwater landscapes so rich in detail and color it makes me want to swim through my monitor. See more from his new series, a due Colori. -Designboom
Indeed; he is the master. Beautiful ink photography as such really requires high skill. All-time favorite! Check out more of his photography at http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2012/03/new-underwater-ink-photographs-by-alberto-seveso/!
Over the last year, Billy and Heather have been building the trust between artist and muse through brutally honest and erotically vulnerable imagery. With Billy behind the lens, he has been able to coax his lover to shed her insecurities and trust him. Billy beautifully abstracts his lover’s form to convey this strange and eerie bond between anonymity and intimacy. Combining Heather’s cages, braids and cocoons, with Billy’s style of photography; the result does not objectify, but celebrates the mature female body garbed only in her designs.
Judith Taylor（American, 1954-2010）
For Charlie, from the Conversations and Laments Series 1999
Toned silver print
I started taking photos every day on a bit of a lark.
I had bought my first DSLR - my first ‘real’ camera - and I had no idea what to do with it, and I worried that I was going to be one of those people who just dropped a ton of money on a new toy that I’d never use again. I realized I basically…
These macros of the insides of musical instruments look so much like cathedrals!