Nick Frank has been able to abstract architecture to the point of fine art, blowing out many of the surrounding shadows to create these striking forms that capture some of the best parts of these buildings.
Victoria Zschommle, a photographer who splits her time between Australia, France, and the UK captured this series featuring rocks with unique placement mixed with bold colour.
Photographer Friederike von Rauch has the unique ability to turn the simplest of details in to a spectacle, photographing buildings in a poetic way that gives them a sense of being on a canvas.
Mitch Dobrowner captures in black and white, photographing the natural landscape hoping to convey the strange and mysterious qualities of it through a separation of colour.
It takes a special set of commercial-style photography to get me out of my seat and excited, but this is exactly what happened with these photographs that I’m highlighting today by Coppi Barbieri.
Kettle’s Yard, a house museum located in Cambridge, UK is somewhere that I try to visit on a regular basis and was the creation of Jim Ede, once a curator of the Tate Gallery in London.