A picture, as they say, is worth a thousands words. That’s why it’s always easy to appreciate beautifully-composed photos. As non-photographers, we may not know what kind of work is required to make each shot look good. Sure, we are aware that proper lighting and angle is important to make a concept work but, for the most part, that’s about it.
Fortunately, the photos below will help us appreciate and understand what actually happens behind the scenes. It takes a lot of hard work, talent, creativity, sacrifice and literally stepping outside the comfort zone for both the photographers and the models to achieve the perfect image.
Go ahead and scroll down below to see what we mean:
#1. So that’s where the water came from…
#2. A ‘foxy’ close up shot.
#3. Gotta love that amazing wedding photographer.
#4. Here’s how you capture M&M’s inside drops of water.
#5. The underwater girl.
#6. This kinda reminds me of an old Nirvana album cover.
#7. Okay, I’ll say it: This must be really awkward!
#8: Another awesome wedding photo.
#9. This time, it’s a real girl, not a mannequin.
#10. What a cutie?
Now here’s a slow clap for all the photographers out there. You guys are absolutely fantastic and the world would be less colorful without your work.
As for the rest of us, let’s not forget to share these fun behind-the-scene photos with our buddies on social media.
This Magical Forest Touched A Grieving Family in Ways You Can Never Imagine
Connected by these little doors, families and communities enjoy a wonderful new world where little unseen creatures appear to live peacefully in the forest.
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Definitely not recommended for the faint of heart!
Cellphone cases, for the most part, look plainly boring. Sure, you may have a cute Panda case and a nice wallpaper but in the long run, yours still isn’t much of an attention-grabber as the ones you will see below.
A former dental technician of more than 20 years, Morgan Loebel put his expertise with teeth to good use by artistically blending it with horror elements to create these terrifying 3D-style cases for smartphones. These monstrous things sure look like they’re props straight from a horror or a fantasy flick – I can imagine them moving and talking - but no, they’re cases for sale and Morgan sells them online via Etsy.
Whether you are an iPhone or Android user, Morgan has the perfect case for you – that is, of course, provided that you have a taste for dark, scary stuff....