Surreal Munich by Victor Enrich

"As part of his latest project NHDK, photographer Víctor Enrich challenged himself to digitally reconfigure the same building in Munich, Germany in 88 different configurations. The Barcelona-based artist is known for his warped and skewed interpretations of architecture in locations around the world including an extensive series of images shot in Tel Aviv." via Colossal. http://vimeo.com/81182837

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Loop Portraits by Romain Laurent

“The idea behind One Loop Portrait a Week was to re-capture some sort of creative rhythm or spontaneity I felt I lost. Every week I shoot a new portrait with no pressure or overall idea, just what comes into my mind.” Brilliant works!

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View all on http://www.romain-laurent.com/work/one-loop-portrait-a-week-04/

Henry Leutwyler photography

Photographer Henry Leutwyle reveals an intimate look at the fascinating subculture that is professional ballet. His passion for this art has lead to this photographic documentary, unveiling the faces of tremendous hard work, discipline and physical sacrifice for the sake of beauty. via

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Henry Leutwyler photography

Photographer Henry Leutwyle reveals an intimate look at the fascinating subculture that is professional ballet. His passion for this art has lead to this photographic documentary, unveiling the faces of tremendous hard work, discipline and physical sacrifice for the sake of beauty. via

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Michael Muller

Michael Muller is an American photographer based in LA and known for his celebrity and advertising photos. But that just a rip of an iceberg, and as he was born with adventure bone, his talent covers so many topics from safari adventures to shark playgrounds, from beauty portraiture to movie posters. Beside his awesome portfolio I also advise to take a look at MullerPhoto app that is a pretty nice camera application packed with some Muller's technical features.

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Young daydreamer Fiddle Oak

Please welcome 14 years old "Massachusetts-based photographer Fiddle Oak (his real name is Zev) who creates some impressive miniature photo-manipulations that he’s been sharing online with a growing audience for the last few years. Many of the images are a collaboration with Zev’s 18-year-old sister Nellie who helps with concepts and setup but all of the shooting and editing is done by Zev who is also frequently the subject of his own work."

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Daft Punk by Nabil Elderkin

Nabil Elderkin is a director and photographer raised in Australia, currently living in Los Angeles. As a director his works can be seen on http://nabil.com/film and as a photographer we want to focus on his latest project made for Pitchfork Cover Story for Daft Punk and for the next yet unknown publications (Daft Punk in a music store session)

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Chris Ozer photography

Chris Ozer is a freelance photographer who has worked with brands such as Nike, Johnnie Walker, and PayPal, frequently traveling throughout the world to help strengthen their visual identities through his images. He also posts latest shots on personal Instagram where he is close to half-million followers.

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Zero Gravity by Nikolay Tikhomirov

In this project called Zero Gravity, Moscow-based photographer Nikolay Tikhomirov creates dramatic portraits that feature elegant female figures casually drifting into the air while everything around them stands still. nikolay-tikhomirov-10

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P.s. Time to look back on our post for Anka Zhuravleva's works that are still the hotest post on our site with few thousands of likes.

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen

Thierry Cohen is seen as one of the pioneers of digital photography. Since 2010 he has devoted himself to a single project – “Villes Eteintes” (Darkened Cities) – which depicts the major cities of the world as they would appear at night without light pollution, or in more poetic terms: how they would look if we could see the stars. (via BD)

To make the work he combines two photographs, one with the retouched night city and second with the sky in a same angle of the cityscape and latitude just where it is possible to see the stars like the Mojave, the Sahara, and the Atacama Desert.

Follow Me To by Murad Osmann

Photographer Murad Osmann creatively documents his travels around the world with his girlfriend leading the way in his ongoing series known as Follow Me To. Chronicling his adventures on Instagram, the Russian photographer composes each shot in a similar fashion. We see each landscape from the photographer's point of view with his extended hand holding onto his girlfriend's in front of him.