Big Cat, Small Cat captured by photographer George Logan, is part of a new marketing campaign from Whiskas pet food. The series of photo manipulated print ads, which have been retouched by Tony Swinney, whimsically gives us a look at how a domesticated kitty with a boost of bravery can summon its inner wild cat while interacting with ferocious beasts. Big ...Читать далее →
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German photographer Jan Steinhilber studied graphic design with the ambition to become an art director—and accidentally discovered photography during the studies. He got deeper into it by working as an assistant for different photographers and finally decided to make his way as a freelance photographer. He established his own studio in 2000 and since then has worked with great enthusiasm ...Читать далее →
Gary Chapman is a photographer and creative editor from England who finds it uncomfortable writing about himself in 3rd person but for the sake of this 'about' section will struggle on. Completely self taught in both photography & photoshop, Gary hopes to one day work professionally in the world of photography. He developed his style of creative, humorous images with a ...Читать далее →
Rick Guest is a talented portrait and advertising photographer from London. Guest’s work include advertising campaigns for Nike, BMW, and other high performance subjects, including the campaign for the London 2012 Olympics. Pope, on the other hand, comes from a fashion background, working as the fashion editor of German GQ before coming to the UK to work for Esquire and ...Читать далее →
Sven Prim got his first advertising job whilst still attending photography school. Directly after graduation he landed a deal with Agent Molly Co, moved to Stockholm and started working as a full-time photographer. Since then, he has collaborated with a long list of renowned clients such as ATG, Aftonbladet, RFSU and Polar Music Prize. Sven describes himself as a real technology ...Читать далее →
Stockholm-based photographer Christian Aslund recently payed tribute to retro 2D video games using the streets of Hong Kong as a backdrop. The photos were taken as part of an ad campaign for shoe brand Jim Rickey utilizing models who would lay flat on the streets or sidewalks to create the unique perspective. I’ve seen many photographers toy with this idea, ...Читать далее →