1. photojojo:

The reason I remain indoors, by alexstoddard on flickr. Now this is taking your average 365 project to the next level..

    photojojo:

    The reason I remain indoors, by alexstoddard on flickr. Now this is taking your average 365 project to the next level..

  2. leivos:

    BEAUTIES and BIRDS by Otilia Cadar OTee

  3. opiumpoppies:

Linear narrative photo series.
Photography: Myself 
Styling: Jessie and I
 Modeling: Jessie

    opiumpoppies:

    Linear narrative photo series.

    Photography: Myself

    Styling: Jessie and I

    Modeling: Jessie

  4. (Source: nu-show, via nudeisnotporn)

  5. 1000scientists:

Alberto Polo Iañez
  6. staceythinx:

    Pakayla Biehn takes photorealistic painting to a whole new level in her series Double Exposure.

    About the project:

    Building upon the double exposure theme of her previous works, Pakayla uses oil paint on canvas to present dream-like transfiguration of the natural world. The skill and refined beauty of her paintings enlists a realist style that recalls the delicacy, formality, and craftsmanship of old master techniques. She combines the cultivation of the portrait with a very intimate and vibrant observation of nature.

  7. nudeisnotporn:

by: amanda diaz

    nudeisnotporn:

    by: amanda diaz

    (Source: fashion-world-facebook)

  8. (Source: morganchidsey, via beardsftw)

  9. bobbycaputo:

Portrait, Thailand
Photograph by Drussawin Leepaisal, My Shot
I found this woman waiting for her husband after finishing her work. Her eyes are very interesting to me.
(This photo and caption were submitted to My Shot.)
Photo Tip: When making black-and-white images, shoot raw files instead of JPEG (if your camera allows it) so you don’t drop the detailed information you’ll need to process images as you like on the computer.

    bobbycaputo:

    Portrait, Thailand

    Photograph by Drussawin Leepaisal, My Shot

    I found this woman waiting for her husband after finishing her work. Her eyes are very interesting to me.

    (This photo and caption were submitted to My Shot.)

    Photo Tip: When making black-and-white images, shoot raw files instead of JPEG (if your camera allows it) so you don’t drop the detailed information you’ll need to process images as you like on the computer.

Melani Sub Rosa © by Rafael Martin