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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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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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Ring Photography by Jonathan Roberts

Ring Photography by Jonathan Roberts

Ring Photography by Jonathan Roberts

Ring photography is an important part in every wedding because it captures the beautiful tiny details of these symbols of love. This photo project is a collection of ring shots from different weddings taken by photographer Jonathan Roberts. He has already shot over 300 weddings so far. (wow!)

Roberts used a Macro lens that allowed him to focus down to life size and enable him to shoot clearly even the tiny details. He also used a tripod for steady shots and the Fenix line of pocket flashlights – they are small, easy to carry around and manipulate. And finally, using his imagination. Rings are brilliant and gorgeous. Contrast is the key and focus is not to be missed.

Jonathan Roberts also created the website bluephoto.biz where his photography works can be found.

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13 Queens by Alex and Felix

13 Queens by Alex and Felix

13 Queens by Alex and Felix

Rulers over surreal worlds.

“There are unfamiliar worlds waiting to be discovered, filled with very well known objects of our everyday life yet staged in an unexpected way beyond recognition, draped with exuberant costumes of various shapes and colours. The insignia of power, the signs of their dreamland, hang from their bodies, stick to their skin and surround the sphere of their heads. These queens have truly incorporated their sensual empire. Every single one a proud queen, patron saint of ornaments, ruler over an empire of symbols, inviting the viewer to lose oneself.” These are the exact words that describe Alex and Felix‘s photography project 13 Queens that is taken from their website.

Alex Gertschen and Felix Meier are Swiss photographers creating photographs in an imaginative world, often absurd and surreal. The models, objects and props are carefully constructed before being to give a magical look. Each queen represent different personalities and stories.

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