Note: Contains nudity. Jeff Robbâ€™s 3D art allows us to reminisce those days as a child in a swimming pool, submerged in water and appreciating the beauty of silence. His nude models slowly move back and forth like graceful ballet dancers. They are gorgeous and part of his continuous study of the human body and […]
When the ocean looks as green as it does in the paintings of Pedro Covo, the urge to go swimming in the seaÂ really grasps you in a powerful way. The surface is so clear and crisp, itâ€™s hard not to envy the woman who gets to dive in and splash about to her heartâ€™s content. […]
Using an enticing mix of computer digital effects and traditional photography, Ukrainian artistÂ Alex Koloskov can create a whole host of wondrous shapes. Out of thin air, flowers are formed from the stroke of a digital paintbrush and water is twisted into the shapes of butterflies and black roses. It is a joy to behold such […]
Simply titled “Water,” is an artistic advertising shoot by Patrick Curtet. Much of his current work focuses on photographic campaigns for automobiles, and although this is one of his specialities, he was once a sports photographer and reporter. So Curtet is quite experienced behind the camera and also doing art direction and editorial work. Photos […]
High-speed photographer Jack Long takes captures of colored water eruptions that resemble stained-glass jellyfishes. Suspended in mid-air, these liquid forms only last a fraction of a second, and some shots require two cameras to create a three-dimensional effect. Jack Long calls them “Giants,” and as pretty as they look, they actually take a lot of […]
Maltese marine photographer Kurt Arriago has had a diverse career that has seen him shoot everything from hammerhead sharks to A-list Hollywood stars and elite sporting events. The spectacular shots featured here illustrate his talentsâ€”when it comes to photographing under the sea as models swim amongst a shoal of fish and black stallions cross the […]
Having a background in documentary photography, Henrik Sorensen has switched his focus to commercial landscape and underwater images. His goal is to channel into the magic of a submerged universe, and be able to examine character, colour, passion, and energy.
Jason deCaires Taylor is an internationally acclaimed eco-sculptor who creates underwater living sculptures, offering viewers mysterious, ephemeral encounters and fleeting glimmers of another world where art develops from the effects of nature on the efforts of man.
Photographer Emmanuel Coupe has traveled to different parts of the world to take absolutely stunning landscape pictures.
To create these spectacular liquid sculptures, photographer Marcus Reugels uses various materials such as acrylic paint, water, soap, milk, and more. Much of his work is abstract, but another part is intentionally supposed to resemble familiar objects and animals. An interesting aspect is that none of his pictures are edited in Photoshop.