Here are some images from photographer Giulia Pesarin, I found her work in the spotlight on Italy collection in the Saatchi Gallery. I really like the grungy feel to the pieces in this derelict looking location. I also like the blurred effect.
I would love to experiment like this with my shoot furthermore, I think it is possible as this is supposed to be a low quality print pull-out, so the art directors and photographers may be able to experiment as they wouldn’t blow a large budget on something that may be a success or not.
Mysterious trees in Artur Markiewicz’s photography
Polish photographer Artur Markiewicz based in Warsaw presented his black&white surrealistic photographs of mysterious forest. Implemented body parts of the human transform silent trees into more living and understandable for us as being sensitive nature’s object.
Fun fact: Edward Weston was one of the very first artists to be included in SFMOMA’s now-renowned photography collection. In 1946, SFMOMA organized an Edward Weston retrospective – one of the first retrospectives of its kind!
Featured here are just a few works by Weston from the SFMOMA photography collection. See and learn more→
Brooke Shaden is a fine art photographer living and working in Arizona. Her passion lies in creating new worlds through photographs. Her vision extends beyond the realm of the camera, creating images that resemble paintings and speak of an era that is not our own. Each image is a storphy.