Creative people are the most interesting people to me. It’s not because they continuously show us their skills or express their emotions through an outlet that we can all take part in. It’s purely because they never stop dreaming. In order to create, you have to have a goal or a dream of what it is you want to create. If you are a designer, photographer or a just a coder, you wouldn’t be able to function as one if you weren’t constantly dreaming about what your creation will become in the end. I have seen so many examples of this, and ever since I joined Twitter a few years back, I have been mesmerized by some of the creative people out there.
One in particular is Nini Baseema who never seems to stop impressing me. She’s probably the most creative photographer I have ever had the pleasure of stumbling upon. Her interaction with the camera and her continuous creativity in her photos is just beyond a regular family photographer. You really need to check out her projects in order to fully understand the genius this girl hides behind the lens of her camera. The same goes for Dan Mountford.
Dan is another example of someone who really knows how to catch our attention. He manages to incorporate, flawlessly I might add, several pictures into one, seamlessly. It’s a joy just looking at them, and when you try to decipher their origins, your head starts aching with excitement because all of a sudden you realize there is more in those images than just a simple plain image of some objects that happened to be in front of the camera when that shutter started to open and close. Have a look at these awesome images and judge for yourself. Brilliance is not always clear, it can hide behind such simple things like a plain image.