Systems / Layers – Architectural Photography by Matthias Heiderich
German photographer Matthias Heiderich has captured architectural builds with his camera, using different angles and dimensions alongside colours that really stand out.
Mathematical Recomposition of Urban Objects – Lines by Sachiyo Nishimura
Using a montage-type technique Sachiyo Nishimura has been able to create complex line structures from such simple objects and spaces that the casual viewer often takes for granted.
A New Way of Interpreting the Landscape – Treelines by Drew Echberg
A fantastic series by Australian photographer Drew Echberg, he's produced a selection of semi-abstract landscape photographs that explore a new way of interpreting nature itself.
Push 2 Stops Series – Photographs by Mary Ellen Bartley
Inspired by abstract compositions, New York photographer Mary Ellen Bartley has layered vacant sleeves on a lightbox to create unique shapes and forms.
Nicholas Alan Cope – Monochrome Architecture
Los Angeles based photographer Nicholas Alan Cope has produced some inspiring architectural photography. Its brutal nature, guided by a monochrome effect, is very impressive.
Spomenik, Monuments of Former Yugoslavia by Jan Kempenaers
These architectural monoliths have captured the interest of photographer Jan Kempenaer, who has documented them with his camera.
Terraform by Josef Schulz
Josef Schulz photographic documentation could be classed as "experimental", capturing these environments in their natural state and using the computer to add and subtract certain elements from the photograph.
Seasons by Tatsuyasu Watanabe
Japanese photographer Tatsuyasu Watanabe appealed to me when I stumbled across his blog. He's been working on a series titled 'Season' and has recently exhibited at a gallery in Japan.
Photography by Isao Hashinoki
Just lately I've had the urge to pick up my old Pentax film camera, when the summer months arrive it seems to be the perfect time to use it. The camera really is a brilliant piece of equipment and I've invested quite a lot of money in making sure the light seals were properly fitted and not worn, an
Hands, Appearing by Corinne Golabek
A small set i picked up over the weekend (thanks to flickr), titled Hands, Appearing by Corinne Golabek. I don’t know too much about Corinne, as she doesn’t seem to have a portfolio website or have filled in her profile on flickr, so i will leave this blank until i get more information.
Photography by David Hendra
David Hendra graduated from Bournemouth Arts Institute in 2005 with a BA in Photography. He is now a freelancer based in London, in-between jobs David has travelled a lot in Asia and Africa, mainly working with a missionary NGO. He says, “Life is brutal and life is beautiful. It can be incompr
Personal Effects by Brian W. Ferry
Brian Ferry is a photographer who is currently situated in London, England, and used to live in Brooklyn, New York. Apart from having a very diverse set of photography in his portfolio, the travelling aspect obviously helps, Brian has a really good sense of style and definitely puts across an old sc