Thomas Birke's urban photography really makes cities come to life. His photos give a preview of what life might be like in the future. To portray this, he takes photos of densly populated areas and tries to show at least 1,000 people and their traces in each picture. By capturing illuminated windows and light streaks of vehicles, you can see the footprint of urban environments. I highly recommend viewing his photos in full resolution to truly get a sense of what he is capturing.
This is an absolutely amazing composite shot of a road leading into the Milky Way sky by Larry Landolfi. I love the contrast between dark the hilltops and the starry sky.
Here's his description:Taken in Ft. Davis, Texas ("the darkest spot in North America"). A composite of the summer Milky Way and a dirt road at the place I was staying. This photo is either #1 or #2 when you Google - Images- "Milky Way" or "The Milky Way"
Singapore based photographer Soon Tong has a wide variety of interesting projects. He has shot advertising, fashion, and various artistic projects which display his versatility and love for experimentation. If you get a chance, check out his other projects too.
Loving the bold colors and movie still feel of these photos by Alex Prager. Each photo feels like there is a story behind it, and you just want to know what happens next. It's a rare talent to evoke such a strong feeling from viewers, but Alex definitely has a knack for it.
Simple concept. Great Execution. That is exactly how I would describe Marc Laroche's Hair series on Flickr. To create this great series, all he had to do was photograph women flipping their hair around, and set it against a dark background. Although the concept may be simple, the execution was excellent and the results are awesome!