Behance gets millions of views each month. It’s hard to get noticed, but the projects that do get exposure are a bundle of inspiration. We picked some of the most appreciated photography projects on Behance for inspiration and little motivation.
Behance is a great platform to showcase your new projects and connect with a wider community of creatives all over the world. We did a cover on thought provoking photography projects from Behance last year, and here are some new ones from this year that put a new spin on creative photography.
Y-R-Prague by Post-Production Advertising Selection Craft+Idea
A bold advertising campaign that makes you think about the power of words. In a dramatic set of 3 events, the campaign is one to appreciate for its loud message.
RAVE ART by Mikeila Borgia
This photography project is about popular culture, in particularly raves which take place all over the world. In this simple but bold project, Mikeila portrays the ravers in iridescent lighting.
Intentional by Powel Nolbert
A conceptual project about colors. This is a great example of the current graphic design trends – the digital paintbrush. In his illustrations, Powel reflects his personal style, leaving you to ponder on the minimalist compositions.
Area 23 FCB New York by Post-Production Advertising Selection Craft+Idea
“When you’re fighting metastatic lung cancer, the little things feel even bigger”. This tagline accompanies a campaign that puts this quote into perspective.
image credits: Area 23 FCB New York
Deadpole by Kilian Schönberger
Kilian focuses on a very important element of design – white space. In observing landscapes, and in particular landscapes that have changed with time, Kilian draws attention to environmental changes and issues affecting them.
LONGYEARBYEN … AND BEYOND by Jan Erik Waider
Jan’s dark and moody landscape photography is edited with special presets for Lightroom. The stunning images are edited to perfection, translating a very specific mood for the project as a whole.
Deserts of The Future by Al Mefer
The machinery of the future
Was thickening my breath
And well-predicted by computers
It would get us right to sleep
A dim light of strange hues
Opened my heavy eyes
With reflections of the moons
That colored alien skies
Of Western looks and colors
The deserts looked like dreams
And no winter, no summers
Would forge nor life nor seas
for Sasha by Marta Syrko
Marta Syrko is a notable photographer from Depositphotos. In her last interview, she briefly spoke about her art photography projects and you can see more of the dreamy images in her Behance portfolio.
The Robot Next Door Part 3 by Niko Photographisme
“We live in a world of appearances. In the real life and the digital world. We play roles, characters. But appearances are often false or deceptive.”
VENICE from Above by Dimitar Karanikolov
Venice – the magical city on water portrayed from an angle we’ve never seen. Dimitar takes a drone to this magical land to show us Venice from above.
WIRED MAGAZINE by NIK MIRUS, CAMILLE BOYER
A simple idea and a heavy topic to tackle – life and death. Nik Mirus teams up with art director Camille Boyer to show lifespan in its different stages, taking an unconventional, symbolic approach.
What were your favorite projects from our selection? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below or go back in time a bit to see our cover on creative ads and the lessons for photographers in each one.
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