In his personal project, Water Wigs, commercial photographer Tim Tadder used water balloons dropped directly down upon bald heads of men and women and then captured the exploding water on camera. The result is a comical and intriguing effect mimicking halos, mohawks, afros, hats, boas and wigs. Below are all 23 images from the project. Read more
Pet photographer Carli Davidson of Portland, Oregon will take portraits of you and your pet, be it a dog, cat, goat or even an armadillo. Like many pet photographers, she will shoot them with and without their owners and is more than capable of capturing the special bond between human and animal. While the portraits are nice, it’s her series “Shake” that’s really worth sharing. Read more
Martin Klimas, a Dusseldorf Photographer, likes to blow things up. And I don’t mean enlarging them, I mean literally making them explode. While he has a large portfolio of work, he has two series in particular that have unusual energy for still photography.
Below are images of his series of ceramic or porcelain figurines caught in the act of combusting.
To see all the photos from these series and more, check out his work at his site here.