That’s a Sony World Photography Award winner (motion) by Colmbian photographer Camilo Diaz. More than 227,596 images from all over the world were entered. See more at the organization’s Winners Galleries, here. And here’s a small selection of some of the outstanding works, below.
It’s no surprise German digital artist, art director and photographer Robert Jahns has 1 million followers on Instagram. His surreal photo manipulated images are often works of art. His Instagram (nois7) here. Website here.
Mixed media artist Julie Cockburn manipulates found photographs by cutting, embroidering and collaging. She says “no image is safe after it enters my studio.”
Barry Underwood documents his light-driven environmental installations in long-exposure photographs, showing now at Sous Les Etoiles Gallery in New York.
The large-format, long exposure photographs of Toshio Shibata achieve a unique harmony by focusing on the interweaving of natural forces with man-made structures.
Cody Choi began his journey into fine art dance photography while touring with Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake. The Korean-born, New York based artist captured places, theatres, and especially fellow dancers.