Friday, 24 March, 2017
Cameron Trudgian is a Brisbane, Australia, based travel, lifestyle, and landscape photographer. He says his next stop is to be Tasmania, but some of his recent photos are taken in Scotland. Such is the life and work of a travel photographer?
I had a little trouble selecting one of his photos to feature here, but this wedding shot, stood out. Taken on what was clearly an overcast, damp day, the joyful mood of the occasion nonetheless shines through.
And here be a lesson in why choosing the right photographer for a wedding is vital, they can make the day look amazing, even if the weather refuses to cooperate.
Thursday, 23 March, 2017
Sotiris Tsakanikas is a portrait and wedding photographer based in Athens, Greece. His work also gives him the opportunity to take some beautiful photos of his native Greece, such as this image at Hydra, and other places around the world.
Thursday, 16 March, 2017
Not quite what you would expect to find inside travel trunks and suitcases, landscapes and ecosystems, but that’s what you will see, if you chance upon the work of New York based artist Kathleen Vance. See more photos of her works here.
Friday, 10 March, 2017
Long gone are the bowler hats. And the long dresses. The sartorial style of the people of London has evolved, changed. So says Cape Town design studio MUTI, whose collection of illustrations, Highlife, work that was commissioned by the publishers of the British Airways inflight magazine of the same name, shows us.
In other words, if you are travelling to London, pack whatever you want. Anything goes. As it always has, mind you.
Thursday, 2 March, 2017
Amsterdam based photographer and art director Ron Gessel recently spent some time in Lisbon, and left the capital of Portugal with some incredible photos. This was taken at the Rossio Railway Station, located near Rossio Square, at the heart of the city. The full set can be seen here.
Tuesday, 28 February, 2017
With photos taken in California, New Zealand, Santorini, France, and China, to name a few places, Tokyo based Viktor Chan is a photographer who has been going places in recent months. I somehow think I’m in the wrong line of work here.
Monday, 20 February, 2017
Polish photographer Maciej Leszczynski recently visited China, and spent some time in the south west city of Chongqing. The city, together with the surrounding municipality, is home to some thirty-two million people. No surprise then to learn it is also China’s most populous municipality.
Check out his Chongqing: Old City photo collection though, for glimpses of a side of the city that perhaps only locals are familiar with.
Monday, 6 February, 2017
When I first heard about the concept of flying cars, way, way, back in the day, I envisaged a pretty much normal car that was somehow capable of flight. Much like the DeLorean from Back to the Future Part II, for instance. That such a vehicle was able to fly, was more important than how it could fly. Aerodynamics be damned, and all.
This prototype being developed by Airbus therefore, was not quite what I expected. It looks more like a helicopter. Still, it flies, and how knows, maybe future versions will be able to park in a standard size garage.
Thursday, 2 February, 2017
John Scott is based in Cambridge, England, and is a professional photographer. No, I have it wrong. John Scott is based in Cambridge, England, and is a professional plumber. After looking at his work, he could easily work in both fields.
The photo here was taken at Hokitika, a town on the west coast of New Zealand’s South Island.
Thursday, 2 February, 2017
California based Daniel Lee is an adventure seeker, and a peak bagger. A peak bagger? Ah yes, someone who, according to Urban Dictionary, is “mildly obsessed with collecting as many summit victories over significant named peaks as possible.”
Between adventure seeking and peak bagging though, he manages to collect some awesome photos of those aforementioned peaks, and the places along the way to them.