Category: Fine Art Photography

Getting Lost: Fine Art Photography by Øystein Sture Aspelund

Øystein Sture Aspelund is a photographer based in Trondheim, Norway. Øystein shoots both analog and digital photography, he fascinated by the contrast between nature and culture. This series can be seen as a “maze” of random places. Thematically, it is focusing on different sensations of GETTING LOST, walking away and disappearing from every day life, along with its routines and repetitions. It envisions numerous escapes, motivated by an instinctive quest for new discoveries, experiences and encounters. The series shows different places and events, as it momentarily changes between emotions and moods of clarity and happiness, to distraction and confusion. While ... Read more

Cold Dawn: Monochrome Landscape Photography by Mindaugas Buivydas

Mindaugas Buivydas is a talented photographer and artist currently based in Vilnius, Lithuania. Mindaugas focuses on nature, he shoots incredible minimalist and fine art landscape photography. His series “Cold Dawn” incude monochrome photos of snow-covered landscapes taken in the early morning hours somewhere in Lithuania. More info: instagram / behance

Alice: Fine Art Portrait Photography by Evelyn Bencicova

Evelyn Bencicova is a multi-talented photographer, artist and visual creative based in Bratislava, Slovakia. Evelyn focuses on portraiture, she shoots amazing fashion, fine art and beauty portrait photography. Bencicova studied fine art and new media at University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Today combining her academic research with interest in contemporary visual culture, Evelyn’s work is unmistakable for her signature timelessness and individual aesthetic. More info: instagram / facebook / website

Water Pool: Fine Art Portrait Photography by Marta Syrko

Marta Syrko (previously featured) is a talented photographer, retoucher and art director currently based in Lviv, Ukraine. Marta focuses on portraiture, she shoots stunning beauty, fine art and fashion photography. More info: instagram / 500px

Somnambulant: Stunning Nocturnal Photography by Jonathan May

Jonathan May is an professional fine art and conceptual photographer currently based in Sydney, Australia. In his latest narrative series “Somnambulant”, Jonathan follows the journey of a sleepwalker named Yuri, a senior officer who started sleepwalking after leaving military service. Yuri has dedicated his life to his country and from an early age wanted to serve mother Russia. Rising from commander of a motorized rifle platoon to senior officer of a military district operations department in Afghanistan. The sleepwalking only started occurring when Yuri returned home from service. At the start his wife Natasha would find him standing in the ... Read more

Doll House: Surreal Domestic Scenes by Jack Adam

Jack Adam is a talented photographer and artist who was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Jack is currently pursuing a B.A. at Yale University. “My work converges on themes of intimacy, domesticity, urban life—and the intersection of the three”, he explaines. For his “Doll House” series, Adam captured stunning scenes of domesticity through the windows of houses. “Doll House” explores the concept of voyeurism through scenes of surreal domesticity at night. Produced across two states and in twelve homes, it is a phantasmogorical illustration of privacy in the twenty-first century and through this, it attempts to define the ... Read more

Fine Art Portrait Photography by Marko Nadj

Marko Nadj is a talented 19-year-old self-taught photographer, retoucher and storyteller who was born in Serbia and currently lives and works in Germany. Marko has been into photography since the early age of 13. His work focus on mainly dark and moody, conceptual portraits of people. More info: instagram / facebook

Fine Art Portrait Photography by Melania Brescia

Melania Brescia is a talented 25-year-old photographer, digital artist and student currently based in Malaga, Spain. Melania focuses on portraiture, she creates exquisite and feminine surreal photography. More info: instagram / facebook / website

Sleep Elevations: Surreal Portrait Photography by Maia Flore

Maia Flore is a talented 29-year-old photographer and artist currently based in Paris, France. Maia received her degree from the Ecole des Gobelins in 2010. Her approach fits into a research of coincidences between reality and her imagination. Her world is a complete fabrication in form of touching and enchanting narrations, even surrealistic. “Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night,” Edgar Allan Poe. This is how these girls, carried away in the air by objects, let themselves travel through boundless landscapes. Flying towards dreamed lands, making real a complete ... Read more

Alone Together: The Loneliness of Large Metropoles by Aristotle Roufanis

Aristotle Roufanis is a talented 34-year-old self-taught photographer and artist who was born in Athens, Greece and currently lives and works in London. His work focuses on patterns, textures and human interactions defined by the condition of urban architecture. Aristotle’s latest project “Alone Together”, explores the loneliness of big cities Alone Together is an ongoing photographic project by Aristotle Roufanis, for which the London-based photographer takes photos of large metropoles in a way that only tiny, individual apartment lights are visible. Hardly recognisable in the dark, some of the world’s most famous metropoles such as London, Paris, Miami and Athens ... Read more

Fine Art Portrait Photography by Rafa Sánchez

Rafa Sánchez is a talented self-taught photographer and digital artist currently based in Madrid, Spain. Rafa focuses on portraiture, he shoots amazing fashion, beauty and fine art portrait photography. More info: instagram / facebook

Visual Strangeness: Fine Art Photography by Bjørg-Elise Tuppen

Bjørg-Elise Tuppen (Arctic Dreams) is an professional photographer and digital artist based in Harstad, Norway. In Her latest ongoing series “Visual Strangeness”, Bjørg-Elise explores the expressions created by combining contradicting and out of context elements. Tuppen used photos of arctic landscapes found in the northern regions of Norway and added elements that don’t belong such as a zebra, butterfly, whale or the even the space shuttle. Ever since I was a little girl I have expressed myself through visual work. I guess one can say that being creative is the most defining aspect of my personality. More info: instagram / ... Read more