Singapore-based photographer Soon Tong is one of the lead photographers for Calibre Pictures and Ideas and specializes in aquatic and people photography. In these underwater photo shoots with beautiful couture gowns from Jessicacindy, he brilliantly utilizes water and light to give still images a sense of movement and energy.
Italian fashion illustrator and fabric designer Cristian Grossi, loves working and experimenting with illustration techniques, textures patterns, abstract design, colours and their contrast with the organic patterns of nature.
Tropical Camou project
Mixed media: watercolor, collage, chinese ink, digital.
Matthew Brodie is a London based fashion, beauty and still-life editorial and advertising photographer, working in fashion, music, film and celebrities.
Artist Eugenio Recuenco has recreated a few of Picasso’s classic looks for an inspired fashion photography series. The series Picasso was produced for theSpanish weekly SMODA, a supplement to EL PAÍS.
Indian illustrator Nithin Rao Kumblekar combines photography with artistic illustration. These illustrations were created for an ad campaign by Ogilvy & Mather for ‘in store’ branding for Allen Solly clothing.
A master at depicting unique and captivating subject matter, Caesar’s Lima inspiration is derived from a singular drive to push the limits and evoke emotion through innovative photography and design. Caesar has always had an eye for the creative. With a passion and drive to depict unusual, even surreal images, his photography always causes emotion. As a self proclaimed “non-purist”, his photography calls to mind imagery that is just outside of the box.
The December 2012 issue of Vogue Japan features the brilliant fragrance editorial ‘In The Mood for Fantasy’ starring Enchanted Dolls created by Marina Bychkova alongside the latest designer fragrances, photographed by Lacey.
Atton Conrad is a London based photographer who creates ethereal light-trail images enhanced with photoshop magic. Conrad adapted a technique known as ‘light painting’ to capture trails of light on a long-exposure camera. The process is like a dance with light, as he physically paints the subject with light brushes in a blackout studio whilst remote triggering the camera.
Calendarium is an awesome fashion photo series by Stan Steiner. Steiner from Prague, Czech Republic, is a professional stylist working all over Europe, on fashion editorials, fashion shows, art directions, film, commercial and music videos.
Swiss Artists Alex Gertschen & Felix Meier stage their very own worlds, they do Stage Photography, but from their own, poetic point of view. They took thirteen women, then styled and decorated them with everyday objects. Each photo tells its own story.
“Without the use of computers, Alex and Felix hand make every detail of these images in a multifaceted process that is both painstaking and impassioned. ”
Tejal Patni is an Indian photographer based in Dubai. Patni takes the concept of new beginnings to conceptualize a 2012 calendar for fashion brand Splash. Heavily influenced by B-movie sci-fi clichés, the calendar asks: are we destined to revisit our same life choices, or will we truly create a new beginning?
“Mechanical Dolls” Kirsi Pyrhonen und Audrey Marnay by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia October 2011. Tim Walker casts the duo as wind up toys, laid with mechanical details, some real dolls and playful make-up. Dressed in the latest fashions of the season, the models exude pure nostalgia .
Melvin Sokolsky is an iconic fashion photographer famous for his use of incredible props, drama and lighting. He managed to create images in the 60s only thought of today with the use of Photoshop. Harper’s Bazaar published his work using all the famous models of the 60s: Veronica Hamell, Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy and more.
Simon Procter is a fashion photographer who lives between Paris and New York and until recently was a sculptor and painter. Simon continues to apply his unique painter’s aesthetic to the numerous features he has produced for V Magazine, Vogue Nippon, Harpers Bazaar and The New York Times.
The hanging ladies