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Moody Painterly Photos

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Photographs by Kristoffer Axen

We’ve seen lots of hyperrealistic paintings that enable a painted image to appear to be a photograph, but does it work the other way around? With the camera in the hands of photographer Kristoffer Axen it certainly does. His photographs truly feel as if they were paintings.  With the help of dark filters, and otherworldly lighting, he creates the illusion of gloomy, ominous rainy......read more

The Edge: Photographs by Tamara Dean

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Painterly images of youths in nature

In her series The Edge, Sydney-based photographer Tamara Dean trains her lens on young people cavorting in natural settings in Australia and upstate New York. The carefully composed scenes explore the informal rites of passage created by young people in relationship with the natural world. "Throughout, nature is much more than a mere setting," writes critic Gregory Volk. "Instead, it is a......read more

Matt Molloy: Smeared Sky

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Stacked time-lapse images create incredible painterly effect

From his home in Ontario, Canada, Matt Molloy takes sky photography to a whole new level of awesome. After shooting single-spot, time-lapse images of rural landscapes around his home, he stacks the images atop one another to create an amazing painterly effect. Each picture in his “Smeared Sky” series is a result of combining from 100 to 200 photographs. How many he uses depends on a......read more

Emmanuel Coupe's Painterly Utah

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Breathtaking landscape photography from Capitol Reef National Park

Paris-born Emmanuel Coupe knows a thing or two about landscape photography. The globe-trotting shooter was named 2009 Landscape Photographer of the Year for this extremely epic shot of a Scottish sunrise. So if you like landscape photos, Coupe's online portfolio is a good place to get inspired. Thanks to My Modern Met, we've discovered Coupe's extra-amazing work from south-central Utah, and it......read more

Sand-scapes Photographed by Alexander Hampl

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A painterly perspective of sandy terrain

Alexander Hampl's Sand series, shot in the remote Northland region of New Zealand, portrays desolate sand-scapes sculpted by the forces of nature. The pics venture into abstraction territory, aptly capturing the mystical vibes of the place where, according to traditional Maori mythology, souls of the dead depart on their journey to the afterlife.   More Hampl work can be found on......read more

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