Recent Photography by Cody Cobb

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 blog. Evidently I have a real soft spot for his work which consists of an investigative and refreshing approach to travel photography, he seeks to find …

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Island by Ryan Walker

I came across this short film by photographer Ryan Walker earlier, and in watching it I really felt as if I was coming across an old friend. This might sound a little odd, but in saying this I mean through watching “Island” I returned to appreciating film as a medium in itself, something I’ve not been able to do for a while now. I’ve simply not come across a film that has such vividness and imagination, and at it’s most simple description brings a smile to your …

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Food Stills by Jason Lowe

Award-winning food and travel photographer Jason Lowe is a genius in my eyes, his works are always something special and really captivate my attention. There’s not one photograph that I’ve seen of his that disappoints, today I thought I would present a little series of food stills which are all in black and white. Jason has won many awards for his food photography over the years and has worked with some of the fine …

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Nono by Ana Armendariz

One thing I love about photography is the power that it has to tell a story. I find myself constantly inspired by series that not only offer up good singular photos which can stand alone and have significant importance, but also importantly offer meaning as a set. Personally I think this can set apart one photographer from another, take Ana Armendariz for example from Buenos Aires who has created this fantastic series titled “Nono” …

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The Isle of Langkawi by James W Griffiths

Even since our very early posts we’ve always tried to bring our readers the weird and the wonderful from time to time. In fact, I’m quite proud to be involved behind the scenes of a platform that continually presents people with a little diversity because I’m a strong believer in the worlds strength being in it’s contrasting differences. So naturally I really enjoyed this short film which highlights a little of the heri …

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Time by Victor Metron

Victor Metron reminds us all of what a remarkable place this planet is in this wonderfully put together montage of time lapses he’s recorded while travelling over the last year. Using the concept of time as his inspiration Victor takes us from the ice age glaciers and finishes with his creation of what he’d imagine the end of world to be like. Throughout the piece we get to see some really mesmerising locations which must …

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