Teen Photographer Taylor McCormick’s Surreal Images

Featured Projects January 24th 2013 6:00 AM 12 Comments

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She may only be 19 years old, but teen photographer Taylor Marie McCormick has already created some very captivating images reminiscent of a daydreamer’s world. While many photographers can go over the top with these types of images, McCormick uses a more subdued approach to her images.

She is currently in the midst of a Project 52 challenge, where she produces one new image a week for 52 weeks. You can follow her work on Flicker and on Tumblr.

Thanks to My Modern Metropolis for the find!
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Taylor-Marie-McCormick-Sleeping-Beauty

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Stay creative!

- Joe Fotosiamo

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Joe is a rising fashion and commercial photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. He blends creativity and edge with a strong style of lighting and emotion in his photographs. Be sure to check out his work at www.fotosiamo.com and connect with him on Google Plus and on Facebook

12 Comments

  1. Steven Leung

    nice post, that is some fantastic work there.

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  3. Bárbara

    Really awesome!  

  4. Andre Goulet

    This is nice, inspiring work!

  5. Nicolas

    like many other works, just photoshop, any real talent…

  6. Mika Petr

    This kind of work makes sence, in my opinion. Yes, Photoshop but.. Photoshop is brush for many talents in this times

  7. JaY Srivastava

    Wow fabulous great work !

  8. odevyaz.com

    very beautiful…

  9. Manuel Ignacio Rosales Gómez

    They were the best photos I’ve seen especially the photo of the girl in the woods. Look at the detail of the blur, color tone and contrast

  10. Manuel Ignacio Rosales Gómez

    They were the best photos I’ve seen especially the photo of the girl in the woods. Look at the detail of the blur, color tone and contrast

  11. Gmromantic

    Can you send me video lessions please?
    [email protected]
    http://www.fb.com/gmromantic

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