Russia and Norway Through the Eyes of Corey Arnold

I’ve been really wanting to post about photographers lately, I feel as though there’s been a certain lack of photo posts. So I thought I’d start out by posting about one of my favorite photographers out there, Corey Arnold. Corey is famous for his photos at sea with the Deadliest Catch crew. His images are pretty spectacular and always feel so epic. Lately he’s been doing more commercial stuff, like his recent spread in Monocle magazine.

The photos above were taken in Russia and Norway, and I thought they had some really great colors and tones. Be sure to also give a peak at his blog, which is updated fairly regularly.


6 Comments Russia and Norway Through the Eyes of Corey Arnold

  1. Milo June 14, 2009 at 4:27 AM

    Love it! The first one looks like a graphical drawing or something.

  2. JohnnyBoy June 14, 2009 at 7:56 PM

    i swear that second pic is in a scene from the Bourne Supremacy

  3. Kit Valo June 16, 2009 at 2:10 AM

    Both pix has no life. The first lacks it due to natural reasons, the second one — to urbanistic. This ‘dormatory hoods’ as we call them in Russia, they ruin aesthetics, initiative and privateness. Athough they do help to solve the lodging issues.

  4. Brett June 16, 2009 at 1:38 PM

    The second shot is the same complex from Bourne Supremacy, in the end when he goes to give money to the girl he orphaned, the video is very striking of the building lit up.

  5. anya June 18, 2009 at 6:03 PM

    there are a gazillion of these apartment blocks in russia.every single one is identical.I like this picture because it has a touch of melancholy when i look at it. The beautiful white snow will be turned into muddy slush in the morning as everyone drives their expensive cars to work.

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