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Pastel Deaths: Touching Portraits of Deceased Animals

Pastel Deaths: Touching Portraits of Deceased Animals

Pastel Deaths: Touching Portraits of Deceased Animals

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Destruction/Creation: Beautiful Swirls of Paint in Water

Destruction/Creation: Beautiful Swirls of Paint in Water

Destruction/Creation: Beautiful Swirls of Paint in Water

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Ghostly Feminine Forms Haunt Eerie Long-Exposure Photographs

Ghostly Feminine Forms Haunt Eerie Long-Exposure Photographs

Ghostly Feminine Forms Haunt Eerie Long-Exposure Photographs

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Photographs Capture the Wide Range of Human Emotions by Mike Larremore

Photographs Capture the Wide Range of Human Emotions by Mike Larremore

Photographs Capture the Wide Range of Human Emotions by Mike Larremore

Mike Larremore, a Denver-based portrait photographer created a photo series entitled Faceboard Project which showcases an amazing range of human emotions. Each image is made up of 16 individual photographs that show the subject in a variety of facial expressions. From anger and fear to amusement and happiness, Larremore’s photos capture the spirit of all the ups and downs that are a part of being human.

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Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Alix Martinez has shot portraits of children underwater for several years. She comes up with fun and imaginative scenes of children playing – like golf, football, and tennis. Most of these photos could even be categorized as fine art – like the one of the two Catholic girls holding hands and twirling in the water and the girl holding her yellow dress.

“I have always loved photographs that display ripples and reflections,” Martinez told My Modern Met when asked why she enjoys underwater photography. “There’s something magical and beautiful when water is photographed. Since I am a children’s photographer, I am always trying to come up with ideas to photograph them in a unique way.” Of course, shooting underwater comes with its own set of challenges. As Martinez explains, “Underwater photography can be quite difficult especially with little subjects. The first time I almost drowned because I saw a shot I did not want to miss, but It is so rewarding when you look at your images. When I started, I could only hold my breath for 25 seconds and now I feel like a marine going under for 2 minutes.”

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

Surreal Portraits of Kids Submerged Underwater by Alix Martinez

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Close-up Portraits by Kenyon Manchego

Close-up Portraits by Kenyon Manchigo

Close-up Portraits by Kenyon Manchego

Kenyon Manchego is a French photographer based between Toulouse and Paris. He specializes in luxury goods packshots, fashion and portraits photography. His knowledge of studio techniques, as well as in still life and portraits, helps him understand and manage the scope of his projects.

Manchego graduated from Epsaa school in Paris with a degree in graphic design and a major in photography. His education in graphic design and photography allows him to compose a picture with a perfect techniques and high artistic value. His unique techniques in taking his portraits make his work stand out from the other portrait artists today.

He has a photo studio that enables him to perform series of fashion & beauty photography, but also a series of more intimate portraits that capture the natural person.

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Icons by April Maciborka

Icons by April Maciborka

Icons by April Maciborka

Inspired by real icons of American culture and music, photographer April Maciborka created this photo project entitles Icons. These children are transformed to look like the famous photographs of iconic pop culture. These portraits put a playful twist on famous photographs that helped define and change our world today.

The models, aged 4 to 6 posed like Madonna, David Bowie, Tina Turner and Elvis. They were eager to take part in the photo shoot but needed a little help coming out of their shells. Maciborka played songs by the icons they were impersonating to help them feel they were in character.

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Portraits by Tony D’Orio

Portraits by Tony D'Orio

Portraits by Tony D’Orio

Tony D’Orio, an American born in 1953 is a commercial and portrait photographer. His interest in portrait photography started when while he was shooting the streets in Chicago and people he found there and that is when he developed his love for the human face.

At first, D’Orio did not want to be a photographer, instead he wanted to be a “wise guy” with fancy cars, shiny suits and witty nicknames. But when he enrolled at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts where he once looked through a camera, he decided he will never look back.

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Children by Loretta Lux

Children by Loretta Lux

Children by Loretta Lux

Loretta Lux is know for her portraits of young children, where most of them are her friends’ kids. These portraits are digitally altered to resemble the aristocratic formality of Old Master paintings.

Lux first studied painting at the Academy of Visual Arts in Munich before she pursued photography in 1999. Influenced by old-age painters, she dresses the children in vintage clothing and props. Her surreal portraits became metaphors for childhood innocence.

Her earliest works include set against icy blue skies – Troll (2000), Lois (2000), and Isabella (2001). When she moved to Ireland, she began to shoot pairs of children rather than solitary ones.

Lux’s work has been exhibited in many museums like Getty Museum in Los Angeles, CA, the National Museum of Art in Osaka, Japan, and the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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