Following a health scare with his son, father makes it his mission to capture beautiful moments of his children's childhood through his lens.
Adrian Murray's beautiful portraits tell a story of childhood that all of us can relate to. His nostalgic point of view remind us of our own childhood and storybooks we read growing up.
Adrian and his wife, Michelle woke on morning to find their 10 month old son unresponsive in his crib. A nightmare for any parent to go through. Emerson was rushed to the hospital. Three days and several tests later, there were no answers, only for it to happen again days later. Emerson would be put on anti-seizure medication. With this unfortunate event, Adrian was reminded of how mortal we all are, including our children. Adrian felt compelled to record his family through photography.
Today Emerson is doing just fine and has even become an older brother. After a year of medication, new tests were done and he has recently been cleared from needing medication.
Inspiration can come from anywhere. Have a look at this amazing gallery Adrian has shared with us.
Most photos of animals feature them in their natural element, but there are other ways to create gripping photo compositions with animals. Whether it's a domestic cat quietly awaiting the return of its owner or a wild animal investigating an abandoned home, windows can frame your animal photo and take it from good to great.
Autumn has always been the most magical time of the year for me. All of nature comes alive with golden hues, gentle breezes and the fresh smell of rain. As to be expected from a child of September, the theme of autumn has found its way into my works as well. In my photographs I look for the quirky and unique and try to share a certain story of the subject. And so, each image you see here has a something to tell, and each photograph is a fairytale of autumn. Enjoy! P.S. You'll find many more works in the link below.
The sheer cliff wall or snowy, wind-blasted peak of an icy mountain is a rough place to create large-scale photographic works of art, but that's exactly what Swiss photographer Robert Bösch does. His photos can involve hundreds of mountain climbers braving difficult conditions to get the perfect shot.
Spring landscape by Radek Severa on 500px Today I came across the work of Czech photographer Radek Severa who has some striking landscape photography that illustrate some of the techniques and principles that we’ve spoken about on dPS numerous times (some of which go against convention). All these landscapes were shot with a telephoto lens …
The part of the world where I live, we’re already starting to feel the changing season coming. Here that means summer is giving way to fall and cooler temperatures. This roundup of summer sports photography is to help those of us in the northern part of the world to hang on to it a little …
While most people all over the world live in a community with others around them, Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko captures those that choose to turn their backs on this lifestyle. His compelling series Escape documents people who instead live a solitary existence in the wilderness. They make their homes in the Russian and Ukrainian forest and fashion makeshift dwellings from the land. We see Tkachenko’s subjects appear in different ways throughout the series; some convey a sense of peacefulness as they lay on the trees, while others look gaunt and less at ease. The photographer is sure to show their homes, too, and it’s remarkable to see the different structures that people build and the objects they collect. Surrounded by the lush, green forest, it’s where these individuals have taken refuge from their former lives. All of these photographs and more are compiled into a book titled Escape, which is available from Peperoni Books.
As I’ve been on the road for a couple weeks now I’ve seen more than a share of roads recently. So I thought I’d find some pathway and roadway photos to lead you on – hopefully to get out and do some of your own photography. Enjoy the journey down these highways and byways! The …
Mike Campau is on another level, and I don't even know where to begin to look for this level. Mike is a industry leader in CGI and photoshop composites for the commercial advertising industry. He collaborates with names like Paul Mobley and Tim Tadder. Mike can take a blank canvas and build uber realistic baseball stadiums while drinking an IPA.
Peter Stewart, a travel photographer based in Australia, has found a great way to make Hong Kong's masses of repetitive high-rise apartment buildings interesting again. His “Stacked – Hong Kong” architectural photography series seeks out some of the most repetitive sights in Hong Kong and turns them into hypnotizing compositions.
This loving mother, Holly Spring, took up photography after her daughter had struggled early on in life with Hirschsprung's Disease and no left hand. She wants to show her daughter that there are no limits to what she can achieve if she just believes in herself.
At 18, photographer Mike Brodie left home and hopped trains across the United States. He spent three years photographing the train hoppers and vagabonds he encountered. More photos below. Mike Brodie’s Website
I’m a bit of a dreamer. I’m also a huge aviation geek, and I often catch myself browsing the web at 2am looking up articles on aviation and aviation history. So when I found Anthony Toth and learned more about his life’s work, I knew that I had my next personal photography project in mind. As I'm mostly an architectural photographer, I got bored of waiting around for an airline to hire me to photograph their next ad campaign, so I decided to hire myself into my dream gig.