I am a visual artist, and I work as an Ophthalmic Photographer, photographing retinal blood vessels. Especially in this project, my artwork has been influenced by what I do and see at my medical job.
My project Florafaunal Angiography is about combining the anatomical and aesthetic aspects of seeing. Each photograph is layered with an image of retinal blood vessels. The work becomes about the visual patterns and interactions that form between the images of blood vessels and nature's flora and fauna.
— Dayna Bartoli
German photographerhas a new photobook that captures the visual clutter of our man-made environments. The photos — all created in camera — are like wonderfully tricky and complex collages.
By dangling sheets of colored gels in front of the camera, these "straight" street photos look multi-layered and super-saturated — a fresh way to see ordinary surroundings.
The beauty of the sakura lies in the brevity of their blossoming—these simple yet elegant photographs aim to convey not only the flowers' visual delight but a deeper, subtler feeling of presence and the passage of time.
By focusing on urban trees that survived WWII, these glass-plate photographs bring a small sense of hope and renewal to the traumatic history of the ghetto in Lodz, Poland.