In a remote location far from any urban environment, Japanese photographer Nao Tsuda has been able to capture the life and surrounding area of the Sami people in Lapland.
Since it's the start of a new year I thought I'd bring through a familiar face, someone who we've visited many times before, not only in the last year but in several years previously. In fact Cody Cobb, the photographer in question, is perhaps my most revisited individual that I've shared on the blo
American based photographer Cody Cobb is such a talent in my eyes, in fact this will be the fourth time I've brought across a selection of his work over on to our platform, which I'm sure has to be some sort of record. His photos bring a sense of adventure to the table with such a considered eye. It
I couldn't help but return to the eye pleasing portfolio of Seatle based photographer Cody Cobb, his style really sits well with my own tastes in photography. I'm sure there will be those that feel this is more of the same, but in all honesty I think if something is great then why not return to it f
English creative Tim Simmons in one of my favourite photographers right now as he just seems to capture the world in such an eloquent light. His photographs are stripped down to the bare bones and still hold the ability to captivate the viewer. He does this by sticking to a clean and minimal aesthet
I saw these collection of landscape images from Jon-Paul Mountford and instantly wanted to leave the office, grab my camera and go capture. I was so inspired by what was in front of me, I don’t think Mark would have appreciated running the site alone today however so I stayed, but these are so
London based photographer Adam M brings us this small vivid collection of looks which have a mellow and somber side to them, I think the best imagery is always easy to look at and puts the viewer in the mindset of the photographer at the time the halftones were created. Adam has been creating severa