When Ricky Flores started taking pictures as a high school senior in 1980, he did what a lot of young photographers did: he photographed his friends, family and neighbors. He captured giddy, even goofy moments, of dancers in the park, teenagers on stoops and costumed children on Halloween. In the South Bronx. Read more at the NYTimes.
“They say you don’t start living until you step out of your comfort zone,” the photographer Christian Houge said. “Art arises when you let go. It can be in the process, in the darkroom. But it can also be in the concept. The end product is about not having control.”
As if he needs a reminder: he photographs wolves. Read more over at NYTimes.
Aerial photographs captured using a paraglider. Check out George Steinmetz’s Desert Air.
Chris, also known as DYMK captures his amazing images on film, hand metering. The image above was captured with a Mamiya RB67. You can view more of his images here.
Marcus is an architect from Barcelona. The image above was made popular on Flickr Explore recently. He also has a number of striking double exposures. Another photographer calles him a “tireless exploreer of new horizons psychedelic” and praises “his direct yet nostalgic style”. Click here to view more of his photos.