I really like this Polaroid series by Lúa Ocaña, the idea is original and it’s really well executed. Lúa also did a great job of framing her models within the shadows of windows or doors – it gives another great dimension to the idea of skin.
I hope you all had a nice weekend, and that your week is going well so far. I’m aware Monochrome Monday has been neglected these last weeks, but there’s a remedy to that: submit more black and white shots!! and keep submitting in general – your work does not go unnoticed, I read every email.
Summer might be nearing to an end but it’s still far from over, these warm and dreamy shots by Parker Fitzgerald serve as great reminders of that (the 35°C heat in my hometown of Montpellier as well).
I was instantly attracted to the tones and texture of Jarrod’s pictures, and then got hooked to his awesome portrait photography. There’s something incredible aesthetically pleasing about looking at scanned pictures with burnt edges and imperfections.
These imperfections and the beautiful blue-ish tones found in Jarrod’s shots are distinct signs of Polaroid, and they make me real happy The Impossible Project accomplished its goal. I just wish it was a bit more affordable.
Over a year ago I featured Eugene’s work on here, and I think it’s long overdue for some of his recent photography to be shared again. Although this is very different from some of his previous work, I’m really enjoying the slightly disconcerting feel of these.
It comes through as a sort of dream-like exploration on the part of the subjects, dressed in strange attire with crowns and samurai swords, and captured in slightly blurred mystical backgrounds. I definitely get the feeling these people are living in their subconscious world.
Dario’s photography is ace. It’s kind of like looking at VHS film stills, with completely blown out tones and intense contrasts. Not to mention the thick layer of graininess. But Dario clearly isn’t only relying on the impression made by the vintage style developing, there’s an element of experimentation in his composition of light and shadows, as well as great models.
First post of 2010 !!!! and what a find ! Bryce Yates posted a few of his pictures on our Flickr group, and after going through his stuff I decided to put up 10 pictures. Both because of the new year and because of the terrific pictures he takes. These polaroids are trippy and fantastic.
This is only a tiny fraction of the absolutely incredible work Jackie has done. The pictures in this series made me feel all sorts of emotions, they show humanity’s most beautiful face. You can find more of these on this flickrstream, but make sure to go have a look at all her other amazing pictures on here.
All the way from Poland, Ada’s photography has a nice grungy look that is so characteristic of film photography, yet she also adds a nice personal style to it.