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The Bonnie Days: Adorable Pictures of A Baby Taken In Most Creative Ways by Linda Skoog Törncrantz

The Bonnie Days: Adorable Pictures of A Baby Taken In Most Creative Ways by Linda Skoog Törncrantz

The Bonnie Days: Adorable Pictures of A Baby Taken In Most Creative Ways by Linda Skoog Törncrantz

Mother Linda Skoog Törncrantz was afraid to lose her creativity as she went on maternity leave. Maglie Boston Celtics But when she came across Adele Enersen´s “Milas daydreams”, nike air max 1 she was inspired to make her own. nike air max 2016 heren blauw Her project started when her daughter Bonnie was 5 weeks old and as a birthday gift for his husband and still ongoing as long as Bonnie is a part of it.

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Guy Creates Low-Cost DIY Costumes From Household Objects

Guy Creates Low-Cost DIY Costumes From Household Objects

Guy Creates Low-Cost DIY Costumes From Household Objects

Cosplay, Fjallraven Kanken No.2 which is a pastime in which participants dress as and/or play as characters other than themselves, can be expensive or complicated to get into – good costumes aren’t cheap. These hilarious but wildly creative DOY costume ideas by Thai cosplay enthusiast Anucha “Cha” Saengchart, nike air max 2017 grijs however, seek to change all that.

Since establishing his “Lowcost Cosplay” Facebook page in 2013, Saengchart has been using it to distribute his ideas for costumes whipped up out anything he could find lying around in the house – plastic furniture, Avec Asics blankets, paint, flour, chaussures pas cher nike wires and bags of ice. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren rood Some of them might not be the most convincing costumes, Fjallraven Kanken No.2

but what they lack in detail they more than make up for in creativity and ingenious thriftiness.

In the spirit of his page, air max 1 pas cher his followers (of which there are more than 87,000) have started posting their own costume ideas, Adidas Femme which are also at once hilarious and brilliant.

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Designer Turns Everyday Objects Into Creatures And Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Domenic Bahmann, a clever designer based in Melbourne, Australia, has a wonderfully understated style to his tongue-in-cheek miniature designs that communicates simple ideas tastefully and humorously.

Bahmann’s style is diverse, but his clever miniaturized arrangements of easily recognizable symbols are probably his most eye-catching work. Each little miniature item is like a small and self-contained joke or statement, and it only helps that most of them are created out of simple arrangements of every-day objects that we could easily collect at home.

In his surprising and imaginative ability to re-imagine and reinterpret the everyday objects around him, Bahmann’s work reminds us of artists Javier Perez and Victor Nunes, both of whom also have a knack for turning everyday objects into something else.

If you like Bachmann’s work, be sure to check out his e-shop, where he sells art prints and a broad range of products printed with his designs.

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

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Creative Shots by Handy Andy Pandy

Creative Shots by Handy Andy Pandy

Creative Shots by Handy Andy Pandy

Handy Andy Pandy is a Melbourne-based photographer who is currently keeping up a 365-day challenge. The rules for this challenge are simple: take a photograph once a day, everyday, for 365 days straight. Most who do take on the challenge lose interest after several months for lack of time or creativity. Not Handy Andy Pandy though. Sometimes, it takes him anywhere between six to seven hours a day to capture that perfect shot. He said: “I’m smack bang in the middle of a 365 Project and loving it! I’m trying to challenge myself and push myself to grow as a photographer and a photomanipulator”.

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Creative Photographs of a Person Playing with the Moon by Adrian Limani

Creative Photographs of a Person Playing with the Moon by Adrian Limani

Creative Photographs of a Person Playing with the Moon by Adrian Limani

Adrian Limani, a self-taught Albanian photographer has created a series of fun photographs showing a person playing with the moon. Using his younger brother as a subject, Limani captures the young man jumping and posing in front of the moon, resulting in images that show a silhouetted figure holding the moon, leaning against it, and even playing basketball with it.

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4-Year-Old Mayhem And Her Mother Angie Create Stylish Line of Paper Dresses

4-Year-Old Mayhem And Her Mother Angie Create Stylish Line of Paper Dresses

4-Year-Old Mayhem And Her Mother Angie Create Stylish Line of Paper Dresses

Angie and her 4-year-old daughter, whom she lovingly calls Mayhem, have found a unique and creative way to bond by creating paper dresses together and posting them on their blog – Fashion by Mayhem.

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Photographs Combined with Watercolor by Fabienne Rivory

Photographs Combined with Watercolor by Fabienne Rivory

Photographs Combined with Watercolor by Fabienne Rivory

If you ever need a way to transform your vintage snapshots then why don’t you try artist Fabienne Rivory‘s creative idea of mixing watercolor with retro landscape photography. Her unique photo project is simply entitled “Miroir”

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Creative Photography by John Wilhelm

Creative Photography by John Wilhem

Creative Photography by John Wilhem

John Wilhelm is a photographer and a family man from Switzerland. Wilhelm has a keen eye for photography coupled with editing skills and a wonderful imagination. Sometimes, he has concepts in his mind before he shoots but mostly, ideas just pop up once he visualize the results in Lightroom.

He has a series of pictures of his family in his website. It features mainly her two daughters and occasionally his pregnant wife and him. The photos are digitally manipulated and shows greatly his creative side.

He said, “There is one thing of importance in my life (of course after my family, friends and regular job): Everything connected to photography and photoshopping. I’m not a professional but I’ve got a professional attitude and I think I’m able to deliver professional work with professional reliability.”

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Fish Heads by Tim Tadder

Fish Heads by Tim Tadder

Fish Heads by Tim Tadder

The Fish Heads photo project is a series of underwater portraits using water surface tension to create texture surrounding the faces created by Los Angeles based photographer Tim Tadder. Tim Tadder is a visual communicator who produces award-winning campaign work for top consumer brands including Adidas, Budweiser, Coke Zero, Craftsman, Gatorade, and more.

This project was born out of a desire to push himself creatively and make some images that were really different from anything Tadder has seen before. He loves shooting in water and playing with the surface tension and texture of the water.

They shot in a studio using a 2ft square aquarium. There had several problems at first regarding their filter but it was resolved by a great guy who built them a super filter and helped them figure out how to make it work. Tadder had to take hundreds of shots but still the quality of the images are all worth the effort.

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Surreal Photography by Rob Woodcox

Surreal Photography by Rob Woodcox

Surreal Photography by Rob Woodcox

Rob Woodcox not only possesses a creative talent that is unique to his age but also exercises this talent into a passion – photography. He incorporates his natural sense of creativity, adventure and carefree spirit into every image he creates. Inspired by the world renowned photographer Tim Walker and ideas from his own journal, Woodcox produces intriguing picture that have dreamy quality, evident of his active imagination.

Woodcox really plan out his ideas before he shoots, even when going out and shooting just for fun, he carefully scans the location and figures out how to use them.

When he is not creating photographs, Rob mentors children, travels, cooks, and longboards.

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Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

A gifted conceptual photographer and a father, Adrian Sommeling beautifully and creatively integrates the aspects of his life into his photo concepts. His photos are imaginative and tell stories and his six year old son is the star in every image.

Dutch photographer Sommeling was inspired by seeing the world through the eyes of his 6-year-old son. “He likes to pose as a model for my creations, as long as I want to play with him after that. I’m happy he can focus for a long period of time when he has to act. Many children that are in front of the camera can only concentrate for a few minutes.”

By using unique post processing and HDR techniques, Sommeling has found a very creative style of story telling. With only a couple of years of professional photography, he sure is gaining popularity in the photography industry.

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Unique Wedding Photography by Sergey Ivanov

Unique Wedding Photography by Sergey Ivanov

Unique Wedding Photography by Sergey Ivanov

Professional Russian photographer Sergey Ivanov is well-known in the photography field especially in wedding photography. With Sergey Ivanov, you can expect a unique and fun-filled wedding album. He shoots dreamy, artistic and romantic wedding pictures.

His work has allowed him to travel all over Europe. Most of his works rely heavily on post production manipulation. He shows that there is no limit to Ivanov’s imagination and what couples could portray. Anything that his imagination could think of is game for Ivanov. The pictures tell different kind of stories, one which is even base on the popular Alice in Wonderland with a Cheshire Cat in the sky.

The only thing that his unique wedding photographs have in common with the traditional ones is the white wedding dress.

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Photoshop in Real Life by Flora Borsi

Photoshop in Real Life by Flora Borsi

Photoshop in Real Life by Flora Borsi

A young, 20 year-old creative photographer, Flora Borsi, is making waves on the web. She started taking interest in photo manipulating in 2004 and ventured into photography in 2007. Her work features cleverly manipulated images. One of her photo projects is the Photoshop in Real Life which realistically imitates the tools and features found in the photo editing software.

Borsi’s photos visually the physically impossible in a form of photo manipulation. She always pays attention to the rules of geometry, color harmony and the lighting. Her works have been published on BBC Culture, The Huffington Post, Yahoo, The Daily Mail and many more.

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Fashion Photography by Paolo Boccardi

Fashion Photography by Paolo Boccardi

Fashion Photography by Paolo Boccardi

Paolo Boccardi, a creative director and fashion photographer based in Milan, is responsible for this high fashion photo. He does most of his work in the editorial and commercial world. He likes to use nude subjects in his photos.

Boccardi is a highly productive, slightly fascinate Creative Director responsible for producing award-winning, innovative creative work that is on strategy, on time and on budget. He has worked with prestigious brands like Mont Blanc, Samsung, P & G, Coca cola and many more.

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Sun Game by Adrian Limani

Sun Game by Adrian Limani

Sun Game by Adrian Limani

This series contains pictures of the sun accompanied with different poses of the subject to make it look like a game ball.

This creative photography project entitled Sun Game is made by photographer Adrian Limani. Since his childhood, he has been interested in design, multimedia and technology and this made him pursue photography. Limani is a self-taught Albanian photographer and artist. He started his career using a digital camera and later on with a professional one.

He specializes in fine art photography. He enjoys transforming photos based on his creative imagination. He also uses simple objects such as the sun and turning them into something magical. According to him, “photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”

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Crown Series by Sylvia Piva

Crown Series by Sylvia Piva

Crown Series by Sylvia Piva

Sylvia Piva, a budding freelance fashion photographer. She has done a number of photography projects including Crown Series where beautiful ladies wear crown of flowers in their heads that makes them look even more stunning.

She had started her journey on photography by freelancing on weddings, baptisms, birthdays, graduations, book personal, concerts and cultural events. She also collaborated with different fashion magazines and newspapers. With her sense of creativity and passion for photography, I am sure that Sylvia Piva will make it big into the industry in no time.

“My clients do not realize it, but the snapshots are their way of exorcising the passage of time. Aperture clicks, the flash glare … and so stop the time, even if only for a moment. And if these images will ever have a meaning for future generations, will be this: I was there, have existed. I was young, I was happy in this world and someone wanted me well enough to make me a photograph. ” – One Hour Photo

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