Friday, 20 August 2010

Ibai Acevedo

It seems like I can barely last a month without posting underwater photos, I love the simplicity of this series though, they aren't all about the floaty dress being taken away with the current, they are simply about a girl in a dress in the water.

The tone of these images are beautiful, the washed out, vintage style suits her outfit and the dappled sunlight is a must with underwater shots.

These shots are by Ibai Acevedo, who has some beautiful photography on his website which you should definitely have a look at.

15 comments:

  1. I can appreciate the simplicity of these images, the lighting is fantastic. Thanks for sharing this great talent, I'll be sure to go to the site!

    p.s. I'm hosting a giveaway if you're interested, ;)

    Ripped Nylon

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  2. I think it's the colours that I love. Those rays of sunshine and the watercolour shades.

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  3. I've been loving the series of photos since the first time I saw them. So amazingly inspirational. Such beautiful retro colors, and of course the light . .

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  4. WOW these are absolute beauty, the way they are falling is just magical!

    Char x

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  5. wow the colours in these are so amazing, the lighting is so perfect, im definitely heading over to the link! xxx

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  6. Beautiful photography and lighting will check out the website.

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  7. There's an entire rainbow in these photos. Amazing.

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  8. I love the feeling these express, its like a series of what happens right before the alarm goes off.

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  9. gooorrrgeeouss Photostat. 3rd is my fav. :*

    http://newyorkcarnival.blogspot.com/

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  10. seeriously stunning, where do you find these?! x

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  11. Wow, so beautiful. I agree, there is something incredibly refreshing with the simplicity of the clothes versus those dramatically huge dresses.

    xoxo Maria

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  12. Noticed these on bloglovin! Stuck out to me... great post I love them!

    Adèle – http://moltocuriosa.com

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