Alexandre Duret-Lutz

gadl 1 Alexandre Duret-Lutz aka gadl created these cool panorama-stereographic pictures dubbed Wee Planets. The effect pretty much reminds me of peering into a fish-eye lens on steroids. Oh and gadl is kind enough to provide a detailed tutorial on his flickr page. So better check it out! gadl 5

Ted Sabarese

Ted Sabarese is happy to be a photographer. Actually, he’s ecstatic and sometimes grins for no apparent reason. Before settling in to this career, he spent time as a college English teacher, graphic designer, fiction writer and advertising creative director. But always with a loaded camera around his shoulder. Seriously. Always. These diverse experiences—along with years of studying photography at the New School in New York City—helped to shape his visual style. Incorporating bits and pieces of learning from all of his previous “lives,” Ted’s work most often demonstrates a clean, graphic, character-driven narrative (Even if the character happens to be an inanimate object like a down-on-its-luck houseboat or a lonely set of microphones). His personal and fine art work have won wide, critical acclaim and have been exhibited in galleries in both the U.S. and abroad. This exposure compliments his many commercial advertising and editorial assignments and awards.

Sarah Small

Seriously, how cool is the photography of Sarah Small? I can't wait to see more from this girl. Check her website for more. p

Laser Bread

p a p b c . a) Papa Smurf gets angry, turns into the Hulk b) Kermit the Frog about to walk across hot coals c) The Blue Man Group carving a pumpkin d) Bert and Ernie making out, while Cookie Monster watches e) The Simpsons . Made me laugh. Haha. Thank you Laser Bread! p d p e

Alain Delorme

Alain Delorme was awarded the Arcimboldo prize. The series Little Dolls questions the identity of the little girls who are playing with their looks as contestants of beauty contests. Through a pixel surgery as Alain Delorme puts it, he captures and changes the girls' looks and brings a sour criticism of how our society uses innocence. (via Magda Gallery)

Geordie Wood

p p p Geordie Wood is a freelance photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. His work is focused in portraiture and fashion. Geordie was born in Boston in 1985. He graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University in 2007 with a BA in photojournalism. Both his personal and editorial work has been recognized by The Hearst Journalism Awards, Hey, Hot Shot!, Photographers Forum and The Arthur Griffen Foundation. p p

Russ and Reyn

p Russ and Reyn is a photography team based out of New York. They photographs anything from art to fashion, still life to stop motion films. p p

Ian Pool

p p p Flicks by Toronto based photographer Ian Pool. So coooool!! Link here. p p

Daniela Edburg

Daniela Edburg was born in Houston, Texas in 1975. Grew up in San Miguel Allende and studied Visual Arts in the National University San Carlos Academy (Mexico City). Her work has been published and exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide. She currently lives and works between San Miguel and Barcelona.

Ryan Schude

' Born in the Chicagoland area, photographer Ryan Schude moved to California in 1997 to pursue a business degree at St. Mary's College. Realizing that corporate America wasn't going to satisfy him, he attended the San Francisco Art Institute and briefly studied photography before moving to San Diego to shoot freelance. Now living and working out of the Forge Studio in Los Angeles, Schude shoots editorial portraiture and is busy developing a series of narrative tableaux. This fall, Ryan and his brother Collins will release a short film called Bunny Suits. ' (via Flavorpill) Yay!