I came across a post on Charles Pétillon, he is a french photographer. He likes to fill things and spaces with white balloons. He created a photo series called Invasions. His takes are on interiors, landscape and playgrounds to create refreshing images. He aims to change the perception of ordinary scenery. Balloons filled in a space adds a silent special effect. Pictures become spectacular. Right now, I’m really appreciating his work. It is unique and somewhat magical. His photos are unforgettable. When I look at his captures, it projects freedom and releases an aura of a real life fantasy. So take a look on how balloons are invading spaces.
Photos: Charles Pétillon
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Have you ever come across an innovative picture that you say to yourself, “who is behind the lenses? ” Well, it has happened to me recently. I came across photographer Max Wanger through another blog (At Home In Love). His photos are brilliantly unique, especially when he captures people. He cleverly incorporates a lot of negative space in his striking photographs. The beautiful simplicity of his work, caught my eye.
I truly believe that his work will look great on any wall. I’m so hooked with this photographer’s work. Now, imagine my excitement when I found that Design Sponge featured him on their Biz Ladies Profile section. The interview on Design Sponge was so inspiring. I love seeing creative people doing things they love with passion and innovation. I think you will fall in love with his work too. Take a look.
This picture is simple yet very unique.
This capture is so artistic.
This is a beautiful scenery.
Photos: Max Wanger.
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My other obsession is photography. I came across, Jamaican photographer, Adrian McDonald‘s work last week end. He is a wedding photographer. For this project, he captured kids at play. Pictures that evoke nostalgic memories melt my heart. These pictures took me back to my childhood. When looking at them, I paused and smiled. Adrian knows how to capture the magical moments. The joyful days of innocence are irreplaceable. Take a look.
Photos by Adrian McDonald
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