New Stunning Portraits of Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich

We love the delicate siamese fighting fish portraits by Visarute Angkatavanich. The Bangkok based photographer has been featured here before for his stunning images of ornamental fish species.  Siamese Fighting fish, usually referred to as Betta fish, is a type of fish that is popular as an aquarium fish. His work continues to impress me, the movement an depth of these images create an ethereal atmosphere that simply can't be ignored. Fine art prints of these stunning … [Read more...]

Ethereal Portraits of Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich

Bangkok based freelance photographer Visarute Angkatavanich always had a passion for exotic fish species and by following his passion of portraying these beautiful creatures, he stumbled into a very specific niche and became the world's best known Siamese fighting fish photographer. Siamese Fighting fish, usually referred to as Betta fish, is a type of fish that is popular as an aquarium fish. His work is nothing short of stunning, he captures the movements of the fish while … [Read more...]

Famous Old Black and White pictures from the past colorized to perfection!

Up until 1970's, color photographs were a rarity. When we look back at our history photos before that period, all we can see is black and white photographs,, its not common to spot old photos in color. In the past, artist have tried to bring these images to life by manually colorizing them, but the results weren't very impressive. With the advance technology of photoshop colorize, photo editing and image manipulation (and with the amazing gift and sensibility of colorization … [Read more...]

Portraits of Famous Photographers with Their Most Iconic Photographs

In December 2006, photographer Tim Mantoani rented a 20x24 polaroid camera in San Francisco and made portraits of photographers Jim Marshall and Michael Zagaris, each holding their most iconic images. Little did he know that this would be the beginning of a long journey of photographing over 150 famous photographers holding their famous images. This collection of famous photographs and their creators would later be called "Behind Photographs" and made into a book. “We have … [Read more...]

Thought-Provoking Portraits of People Lying in 7 Days Worth of their Garbage

California based Photographer Gregg Segal definitely has an edge and stands for what he believes. On this collection named "7 Days of Garbage", Gregg created a thought-provoking series to raise awareness of the amount of waste being produced in the country today. "The average american produces 4 pound of garbage a day. As a nation, we produce 4 million tons of waste, a week. I'm concerned not only by how much we throw away, but by how blithe we are to the problem" said … [Read more...]

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