Peter Coulson wanted to create some art suitable for the short attention spans of the modern social-media inflicted youth, so he indulged in some fast flashes and choppy edits and put together a video captivating enough to hold even the most distracted eyes. Enlisting his muse Rhiannon Tragear-Ragg yet again, Coulson’s final product is both spellbinding and sexy – as are the accompanying stills.
As well as shooting and editing the video and photography, Coulson also wrote and created the video’s music from scratch. Seriously, Peter Coulson (peter-coulson.com.au) – you’re just making the rest of us feel lazy now.
Written by Tania Braukämper
The light coming from the window blinds casts striped patterned on these bodies. It is the perfect balance of light and shadow over the curvature of the hips, buttocks, and breasts—gracefully highlighting female forms. Something that Lucien Clergue does so well.
Raised amongst Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, internationally acclaimed photographer Adam Barker has a passion for photography matched only by his zest for life. Known for bold landscape and active lifestyle imagery, his love affair with exceptional imagery has translated into stirring editorial work for Outdoor Photographer, Skiing, Ski, Powder, Flyfish Journal, USA Today, The Drake, Mountain Magazine, and many more publications. He has drawn praise for his teaching style at workshops both domestic and abroad, and has drawn similar accord for his instructional DVDs. Barker has produced imagery for a varied array of commercial clients including Nike, Black Diamond Equipment, Volkswagen of America, Deer Valley Resort, Suunto Watches, and many more. When not shooting, Barker can be found spending time with his wife and three sons, or “product testing” in the mountains, on the river, or wherever else nature happens to call.
Adam Barker Photography
La photographie de danse par Little Shao Entretien avec Little Shao, photographe de scène mondialement connu et reconnu mais également coach Nikon sur le Festival Solidays 2014.
Little Shao est mon nom de danseur. La danse est très importante pour moi puisque c’est elle qui m’a amené à la photographie car je suis très porté sur l’esthétique. A l’époque où j’étais très impliqué dans la danse, il n’y avait pas de photographe qui sortait du lot, d’après moi. Du coup, j’ai voulu me prêter à l’exercice, j’ai commencé à m’équiper avec des appareils entrée de gamme et les appareils argentiques de mes parents. …