Photographers always try to capture the beauty, not only outside but inside as well. We have featured several x-ray photography on the site and today we will present you another skillful photographer with unique eyes – Brendan Fitzpatrick. Brenden is a photographer for over twenty years and for the past seven years he has been living and working in Singapore. Brendan uses x-ray machines at a local radiology lab to create unique skeletal images of flowers. Among the flowers photographed are tulips, hibiscus, orchids and roses. With the help of Photoshop, Fitzpatrick is able to enhance the soft blue, purple and pink tones that create the delicate and soft images. The transparent and seemingly fragile flowers seem surreal and intricate details are revealed that would otherwise go unnoticed by the naked eye. Just love x-ray photography! [source]
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to flow the air with the feeling of weightlessness? Antigravity, the series of pictures created by the Serbian photographer Mina Sarenac, depict women donning assorted flowing ensembles and suspended in real environments. Without gravity, the impression of lightness is omnipresent and strengthened by dresses and tissues, which seem really liberated from any physical constraints. Mina said: “Antigravity is a project in which I tried to describe feelings of freedom, both physical and emotional. It connects ideas and dreams, fashion and extreme sports.” Really beautiful and poetic series! Find out more here.
Infrared Photography is capturing invisible light that shows incredible after effects. Basically speaking you are simply blocking out visible light while letting the invisible light come inside the camera lens. In this series entitled IR, Netsounski snaps shots of tropical hotspots (no pun intended) and, using infrared technology, distorts the colors in a beautiful way. Vivid shades of green and yellow are muted in the photos, while retaining a strong blue tone. What’s left is a striking combination of icy whites and blues. This creates such a surreal output, just like a fairy tale winter wonderland with topical plants and environment around. Amazing!
The WonderLand series by Nadav Bagim, a photographer from Ramat-Gan, Israel are one of the most amazing macro photos we’ve ever seen. By using a unique but rather simple and elegant artificial lighting and household objects (from vegetables to plastic bags), Nadav shot those photos(mostly) in a miniature studio on his kitchen’s table with a Canon EOS 60D Camera, and a Canon 100mm f/2.8 Macro lens and Flashes. The insects were found in his apartment and on plants outside his window and were not harmed during shooting. Such beautiful work and really impressive. We never thought insect can have that magical style photos, just like something out of a childhood storybook or a Disney/Pixar movie. And please notice, all those photos are real, NOT digital manipulations. [source]