Las Vegas based Wes VanDinter is a Stock Photographer and Teacher of a Digital Photography Class at College of Southern Nevadafrom, who has been shooting photos for just over 10 years now, mainly for the love of it.
Munich, Germany’s Michael Steiner, a professional photographer whose clients include: magazines, companies from all branches and fashion labels, is sharing with us 8 very sensual images of women.
His ongoing love affair with the taking of beautiful photographs began for Michael while attending school in Munich, Germany. During this time, he began to experiment with photography through shooting of portraits.
Drawn to experimenting, he explored the differences between painting, photography and other art forms while he studied photography in 1980’s Berlin.
The Amazon product description of “Nylon Girls” is sparse and ending promisingly with, “A dish to be savoured over and over.” This little quote is probably a fair percentage of the total text of “Nylon Girls“, and in my view
Billy Monday has been interested in photography pretty much for his whole life.
Billy’s father, an engineer, worked briefly for Argus Camera, the company which pioneered and popularized 35mm photography in the United States.
During the during ’60s and ’70s, being thus presented with the opportunities of a lucky lad living in a house full of cameras, Billy rapidly gravitated to become the family photographer by documenting the events and trips of his youth.
Ever the documentarian, Billy today secures income from photography, mainly through shooting weddings and other events.
Art photography provides an outlet whereby Billy keeps his creative interests up.
Eithné Ní Anluaín is a Photoshop wizard extraordinaire who pushes the boundaries between fantasy and reality.
In 2009 by mere chance, she started doing some digital art with Photoshop Elements 6.
Yay … right!?
It didn’t take her long to set herself up with a high performance Mac system using the full Creative Suite 5. In a very short bit of time, Eithné has earned distinction of being named ModelMayhem’s 2010 ‘Digital Artist the Year’ and is working very hard to build a career of her imagination and art.
The genesis for ‘Uisce’ or ‘Water,’ our lead in shot here,
Russian photographer Igor Amelkovich likes to photograph nudes of self-assured women subjects who are comfortable in sharing their beauty.
With two artistic interests: landscape photography and the nude, Igor feels “a woman is nature’s concentrated form of beauty.”
His textures and tones and sense of line and composition combine to create captivating beautiful black and white nudes.
He achieves technically superb results using relatively simple gear through delicately controlled passion and close attention to certain details.
A recently self-taught photographer living in the southern Ural mountains of Russia, Igor has succeeded in winning numberous regional and international awards.
His work are published in many magazines, including “Playboy” and “GQ” (Germany), “BIZ” (Turkey), “Medved” and “Mouline Rouge” Russia, “Photo-Art” (Czech Republic) and “People Magazine Australia” (Australia).