Nenad Saljic’s study of the north face of the Matterhorn is absolutely stunning work. Over the course of three years, the Croatian photographer has captured this iconic Alp no less than a few thousands times.
Using a black and white medium, Nenad masterfully demonstrates how weather, light and composition can drastically change a photographic subject through time.
Nenad states, “I want my images to compress the passing of time – the beauty of the wind and the clouds dancing around the mountain.”
You can read about and view more of these amazing Matterhorn images on his portfolio.
Posted by: Owen Perry
Via My Modern Metropolis
Ikko Narahara is a self-taught photographer and co-founder of VIVO, a Japanese photography cooperative he formed with five of his peers. Narahara’s work often depicts subjects in isolation from the outside world, and I love how he is able to abstract scenes of everyday life into graphic compositions, making the viewer feel an otherworldly detachment from familiar sights.
Galerie Priska Pasquer via Japan-Photo.info
Gavin Hammond is a writer, musician, cartoonist, and filmmaker as well as the producer and songwriter for the British electro pop group Sweet Tooth. He also happens to shoot dark, beautiful, dreamlike photos while wandering the streets of London with his Lomo. See more of his work on his Tumblr and Flickr.
via My Modern Met