The images uploaded to VSCO Grid are astounding, and as we curate through the photos on a daily basis, we are inspired and delighted. Photography can be a challenging endeavor; however, we are immensely encouraged by the multitude of people putting their best foot forward and recording exceptional moments and scenes.
The 26-year-old visual effects artist and photographer Martin Vaissie has a unique passion for recording abandoned places and forgotten landscapes. Based in Toulouse, located in the south of France, Martin travels near and far to photograph derelict buildings.
It can be fascinating in this modern age to view examples of art from both the past and present. Even more interesting is when we are given access into the history and context in which specific art pieces and projects were created.
It’s easy to get lost in the vast quantity of excellent photos posted to VSCO Grid. Today, we’d like to share a collection of a few of our favorite photos featuring the bright, eye-catching blush of red.
In the south of England on the Isle of Purbeck, Benjamin Hole makes a living as a farmer, working the land and caring for an array of animals on his family’s farm. Although he would not describe himself as a photographer, his astounding images of foggy landscapes and endearing farm animals display his exceptional talent for documentary photography.