Another week, another set of awesome images that somehow missed the train. Check them out and don't forget to leave some comments below for the artists.
Anthony Abuan - ASE
I love this portrait - the choice of lighting, the expression on the subject - somewhat indifferent yet confident at the same time. And the fact that he’s not shy to show off his upper body, his tattoos and the jewellery he wears. Is it snow in the background through the windows? This portrait draws me in, I want to learn more about this subject - who he is, why those tattoos, what’s his back story? - Julianna Koh Blackwell
Chelsey Nicole Somohano
I'm just going to quote Daniel Luna's comment because this is exactly how I felt when I saw this image. "I love it. It's a girl in her panties, on a skateboard, wearing chucks, topless. With a nice vantage point and awkward center of focus. What's not to like? It's sexy in a "girl next door" tomboyish sort of way. Which is the best kinda sexy. Approachable sexy." - Ari Dorfman
Cody Harris - Portra 160
Very beautiful portrait by Cody and the most amazing light in the golden hour. Skin tones are spot on and i just totally love this kind of look. Awesome work cody, and this totally missed the train! - Lukas Piatek
Dom McDowell - Custom Preset
"It is a divine gift to find the light inside while in the midst of despair."
Leta B, Your Steady Soul - Titilola Samuel
I saw this and immediately thought this will be featured. The whole mood, colors and feel of these images is so awesome. I want to read a story to these photos. - Sven Malojlo
Kevin Biberbach - Custom Preset
The expressions are absolutely perfect. It's very intimate. It's very bold. It really gets me wondering about who they are and what their relationship is like. It's crafted so well. - Jacob Loafman
Ben Kruse - Ilford HP5
The contrast between the clarity of the landscape/rockface and the soft water immediately drew me to this image. The water mist behind the couple creates the perfect composition for Bens shot. This is a perfect example of when black and white puts a real emphasis on texture. Stunning shot. - Amy-Leigh Atkins