Backs

With imagery shrouded mystery, today’s wonderful photo story comes from London-based artist, Toby Harvard. Shot with a combination of his trusted 35mm cameras and Kodak Ektar 100 film, his soft-focused photographs of lonely figures resonate a strange sense of intrigue and unbelievable calm. Baked in soft tones and often juxtaposed with the luminescent glow of…

Crimson Peak

Always a favorite with us here at Whattaroll, today we welcome our great friend, the talented Andrej Russkovskij! Taken during the Christmas holidays, his delightful imagery transforms his hometown of Sondrio in the Italian Alps into a golden backdrop that exudes warmth amidst the winter. Expertly blending the elegance of his muse with the use…

Greg Bricknell

With images that are raw and incredibly emotive in nature, today’s wonderful work is presented by film photographer Greg Bricknell of Melbourne, Australia. Choosing to drape his muses in harsh shadows and moments of intense light, Greg’s collection is bold and beautiful in style. But, take a step back and his works reveal a disarming…

Black and Light

Observant and self-assured in nature, today’s wonderful photographs are presented by film photographer Brighton Kilgore of Asheville, North Carolina, USA. Shooting with a Polaroid Sun 600 LMS camera and some Impossible Project instant film packs, he plays with light and shadows to capture his urban surroundings and weave them into a confidently and bold narrative…

Brooke of the Canyon

Today’s wonderfully elegant photo series is by film photographer and darkroom printmaker Nora Lowinsky, who was born in San Francisco but raised in New York City. Heavily inspired by the California landscape from where she currently resides, she battles stereotypes and predetermined notions of feminine beauty by delivering a refreshingly confident collection filled with understanding,…

Aleks & Marko

Raw and emotive in nature, today’s wonderful photo series is shared to us by photographer Erik Groß of Dresden, Germany. By exploring the intimate relationship between his subjects, his photos could have easily been an overly emotional portrayal of his chosen theme. Instead, he skillfully and respectfully focused on the genuine connection and more importantly,…

Oranges and Summer

A dreamy tale of fun in inviting waters, today’s featured photo story was shared to us by Stockholm-based Australian portrait and wedding photographer Liam Warton. His friend Mathilda stars beautifully in these warm-hued shots set in one of his favorite locations. With insightful attention to details and a keen sense of storytelling, he skillfully captured…

Ramona and the Girls in Amsterdam

Intimate and honest in nature, today’s special shots are presented by the wonderful Ramona Deckers from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. A photographer and writer with a great love for travel, she portrays her female subjects with great sense of sophistication, beauty, and emotion. “My work depicts my affection for people and the human body. I’m inspired…

Emma in a Room

Originally from Hong Kong and now based in Greece, today’s photo story is presented to us by the creative talent that is Robert Chang. With his own girlfriend playing muse and shot in a single room as the title suggests, he openly invites us to glimpse into his personal life as a means to portray…

A Song for the Lovers

Choosing to shoot between color or black and white is something that many of us have struggled with in the past (and let’s admit, sometimes we still do). But, this isn’t the case for our featured artist today. Violette Nell is capable of creating the most suggestive atmosphere with a strong narrative language, where the…