This week it’s Laurent Lavader’s playful, creative images of a person “playing” with the moon, entitled “Moon Games”. These are awesome. I’ve never seen anything like them before. They show the moon as the main focal point in the images, with a silhouette of a person in various poses, using the moon as prop.
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What do you think of these?
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This week it’s Magnus Osterhult’s photographs of model Besa Sand. I came across these months ago on the Trend Hunter blog and I just kind of filed them away in my blogging notes and forgot about them. These are amazing. I’m of the school of thought that the more exposed a photograph is (within reason), the better it is so these photos are right up my alley! These are inspirational because I have a photo-shoot on Monday that I’m going to try a few new things out at, so these are exactly how I want these photos to look.
The photographs themselves are perfectly composed, the model is bathed in light and complemented by the dominant white colour of it. There are also light leaks and lens flare in some photos, which, usually people would say are a defect but in these photographs, they add to the capture and overall composition of the photograph.
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What do you think of these photos? Are they smutty or tasteful?
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Chai Media are filming our friend whose a kayak-er next week so I’ve looked up videos for inspiration. This one is particularly amazing!
Wednesday post series #4: what inspires me at the moment
This week is stop-motion photography. I’m looking to do a stop-motion photography project before the end of the summer so I’m looking up different things. This video I found on Laughing Squid is pretty epic. The movement in the video doesn’t have that “jerky” feel that stop-motion photography usually has, the movement’s are all fluid and blend well together.
This week it’s “Shelving the Body” by Darragh Casey. This is really interesting, it’s a different take on the “I’ll photograph my family with their possessions” kind of shoot. The composition is great, it doesn’t take away from any part of the photo and each object is given equal weight and prominence in the photograph. This is an inspiration-type post for me, too as I’m looking to start an archive project but I need ideas on what to do.