Posts tagged 'night'
Cracow by night: project by Przemyslaw Krystaszek
Dark winter nights are coming soon. It’s already getting darker and darker in Europe… Fortunately, artist Przemyslaw Krystaszek, who is based in Poland, Cracow, can see a beauty in dark hours.
Greece under the night sky by Alessandro Rabboni
Photosets by Ted Fords
After Lights Out by Julien Mauve
Night no longer exists. City lights cover up the stars, and cell phone screens lighten even the darkest of alleyways. And soon, imagine a world in which our lights render even the sun gratuitous. In the darkness of space, light is a beacon of hope. What if darkness in our world once again overtook the night and as an affect, transforming even the most insignificant light into an exception – a mystical phenomenon ? In a world in black and blue, the single incandescence of a bulb could be the greatest promise of an adventure about to start.
Amazing night landscapes by Tommy Richardsen
Beautiful Landscapes by Kai Böhm
artist about himself: My favorite subjects are landscape and architecture, but I’m also open to other subjects and it’s fun for me to experiment with all opportunities given by this wonderful hobby. I like to get honest critique on my photos, because it’s my prefered way to become better from time to time.
Night Photography by Jonathan Besler
Night by Will Govus
NYC Self-Portrait by Marko Savic
When visiting NYC, author was traveling alone. He wanted to have a couple of his pics from there, and this was the fun way to do it.
Stormy Coast photo series by Michael Domaradzki
Photographer about himself: "There isn’t a whole lot that you need to know about me in order to understand the motivation behind my craft. This website is the realisation of the total sum of the knowledge and experience I have gained as a human being. From the time of my conception, until now, I am constantly growing, learning and evolving as a creative being. The most important lesson I have learned is that the only thing I can truly control is my creative output. Love, career, friends, family, fame, fortune.. all are fleeting and prone to disaster, yet the things I create as an artist will withstand all calamity, maybe even time itself. My creations magnify and idealise my chosen subject. They may give pause, food for thought or inspire a greater feeling within the beholder. Most importantly they cause no harm or damage and while they will not save the world they will soothe the soul of those who choose to stop and absorb what I offer. The artwork within has been made available to all in the format of photographs. You may choose from a diverse range of styles and sizes and they will be printed on the highest quality paper using inks guaranteed to last 100 years. It will be up to you to mount and frame them and present them for further display. This will be your part in the creative process. I am sure the outcome will be satisfying to those who choose to participate."