water study by Julian Hrankov

water study by Julian Hrankov. I want to do a study of something that interests me, and then draw it. Or maybe water.

makes me want to get back in a darkroom and make some photograms

links back to some of the original photogram work I started off making, but it could be advanced onto pinhole photography instead of just making pictures in the dark room

underwater portraits series

Underwater Portraits Series

Created by Austrian photography studio Staudinger + Franke (previously), "Barrier" is a series of portraits of women separated from the viewer by a barrier of water. More photography inspiration via Inspiration Now

Brandon Seidler fuses the chemicals taken in that area with his photographs- to show both toxin and landscape. Strange that he uses photography to protest. The photography process uses chemicals-manufactured products.

Polluting the Film

When photographer Brandon Seidler began experimenting with chemical manipulations on processed film, he started researching the chemicals he was using.

Really interesting image: The Chambered Nautilus has been a representation of times past and times to come, and is popular on desks of high-ranking businessmen and other professionals.

X-ray Nautilus shell by Bert Myers. Love that I see nautilus shells all the time

lens culture: Laurence Demaison

Self-taught photographer Laurence Demaison plays — delightfully — with film photography and the very idea of photography


I really like this design. It uses the simple ocean design then adds to it. The scene is flipped within a bubble and added to the original photo without adding clutter. --- Clearly a digital collage but still looks clean and proffessional