Who can resist 1970s New York City? Half expect to see Charles Bronson pop-up in one of these pictures.
Katinka Herbert has some great photos in her portfolio.
Photographer Dragan Petrovic has a great selection of shots from Tito-era Serbia (part of the former Yugoslavia) on his website.
Ilka and Franz have a lovely photography portfolio. Check it out.
Vincent Laforet’s high-altitude photos of New York are spectacular. I’d love to see some of London – an infinitely superior city.
Snow White photography project by Sanne de Wilde.
Had the pleasure of doing a shoot with photographer Caitlin Mogridge last weekend. She has some great work in her portfolio, it’s well worth a
A nice series of photos by Victor Tongdee for Shutterstock.
As much as I despise their branding and their clothing, I can’t help but appreciate the new campaign by United Colors of Benetton in support
Dean Chalkley’s extensive portfolio is packed full of outstanding photography. I’d love to use his services for one of my bands at some point, but I imagine that he’s wildly out of my budget.
The Nu Project – a series of honest nudes of normal women from all over the world.
Stephen Shaher’s series of photos from his travels across the USA, documenting food he’s eaten and the people who served it.
The Flickr feed of Matt and Pete’s Photo School features some great shots of Digbeth, Birmingham.
German student André Giesemann’s series of photographs of clubs post-party are as eery as they are wonderful.
Photomonth East London , the international photography festival, is underway, exhibiting work in over 100 galleries and venues.
Countless images of vinyl, record collections and associated paraphernalia.
Just one of the many fascinating photos at the Awesome People Hanging Out Together blog.
Aaron Ruell is best known for his role in Napoleon Dynamite. Who would have guessed that he’s a motherfucker with an SLR ?
Many of the locations explored on the Considerate Trespassing blog are quite tedious. Not so the old Central studios .
Dave Piper’s slow, cumbersome Flash website makes me slightly nauseous… until I see the excellent photography, which is well worth a look. He lives in Birmingham too, so he’s alright in my book.
Digging the new photos on Miles’ official site.
Nina Maria Kleivan’s photos of her daughter dressed as various dictators are as compelling as they are shocking.
Northern exile Alis Pelleschi may reside in Birmingham, but it hasn’t stopped her taking some nice photos.
Slightly Nomadic , has made a magnificent start to his contribution to the 100 strangers project . Honestly, could there be anything more dynamite than a black Sherlock Holmes?
Today is the 64th anniversary of the greatest war crime ever committed: the nuclear annihilation of Hiroshima.
Mice – they’re filth! We have one of the little bastards somewhere in our office, and he’s steadfastly refusing to put his head in one
Dash Snow, king of the dubious Polaroid, died of a heroine overdose this week. His hair and photography will be greatly missed.
Ali Beheshti may be labelled an extremist by some, but he’s working such a good look that you can’t help but respect him. Note how
Spiderman is a top bloke, more so when he’s bred with a Maris Piper.
Full credit to Lee Allen. Despite living in the West Midlands*, he still manages to take some bloody good photos. * I’m unfortunate enough to