The Best of Horror Photography

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We love Danielle Tunstall‘s work because it blends beauty and horror together so well. We also love the way many of her pieces seem to suggest a loss of innocence and a sense of hopelessness.

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The Murder in Question often shows grizzly scenes in his work. The makeup effects are amazingly realistic, sometimes leaving us to wonder if he perhaps has a few real life bodies piled up in his basement.

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Paulo Paulauskas produces work dealing with the occult and macabre. We really like the vintage look of his work, and the haunting and eerie atmosphere.

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Urbex Clown is a photographer from Denmark who specialises in scenes of decay and abandonment. We like the way he takes fairly normal settings and creates tense, uncomfortable scenes.

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Digital Pulse Photography made the list because we love their contrast of bright colours against scenes of devastation and decay.

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Megan Biffin  is a Horror Photgrapher / Monster creator based in the UK. We like her work because it seems to show pain or confusion, and is often disorienting to the viewer.

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We love the nods to classic horror films in LaLaLauren‘s work. Many of her pieces capture the sickly, trapped feeling of some of our favourite classic movies.

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Pure Black Love‘s work often features beautifully detailed body paint, managing to create an awesome fantasy atmosphere.

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Decayed Pixels creates awesome pieces which manage to convey humour and scares simultaneously. Often featuring clowns, there is a great mix of gore and playfulness.

 

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