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Adopting a documentary approach for fashion themes
Fashion photography is one of those genres that open up a lot of creative possibilities and often yield stunning and...
Capturing the solitude of plants in cinematic photography
Plants typically aren't the first subjects that come to mind whenever we want to document silence and solitude. But for...
On Photography: Ernst Haas — New York in color, 1952-1962
“With photography, a new language has been created. Now for the first time, it is possible to express reality by...
Aether: Abstract splashes of colors on heaven’s canvas
Photographers use colors differently to fit their creative vision and stories. Looking at how they put this to work has...
It’s about the glass: How Olympus convinced Eric Rock to switch
When Eric Rock was 16, he took his first paycheck, gave it to his mom and had her buy him...
Reimagining Kynance Cove through color manipulation
Terrestrial features and formations re-imagined as alien landscapes have been growing in popularity in the recent years, and I'm sure...
Roy Krabbe: Photography Connects
Roy Krabbe has been a hobbyist photographer for 30 years. As a teenager, he first became fascinated with portrait photography...
Exploring the hypnotic conceptual portraits of Karen Jerzyk
I consider conceptual portraits as one of the most powerful genres for self-expression and setting ideas in motion. Among the...
Aerial photography reveals geometric patterns of farmlands
Aerial photography has given us access to imagery that was previously unseen to many of us, opening our eyes to...
On Photography: Eugène Atget, 1857-1927
"A good photograph is like a good hound dog, dumb, but eloquent." -Eugene Atget When photography was barely 25 years...
A melancholy black and white portrait of a dying forest
"The Harz National Park in Germany faces an unprecedented crisis. After two years of draught, several severe storms and the...
Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?
Whether you're an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges....

Adopting a documentary approach for fashion themes

Fashion photography is one of those genres that open up a lot of creative possibilities and often yield stunning and poignant results. I enjoy seeing how photographers bend the genre and combine it with other approaches and kinds of photography

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Reimagining Kynance Cove through color manipulation

Terrestrial features and formations re-imagined as alien landscapes have been growing in popularity in the recent years, and I’m sure I’m not the only one enjoying it. It’s a source of inspiration for anyone looking to practice creative color manipulation,

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Xpozer's Amazing Photography:Roy Krabbe : Photography Connects

Roy Krabbe: Photography Connects

Roy Krabbe has been a hobbyist photographer for 30 years. As a teenager, he first became fascinated with portrait photography while shooting passport photos for a local photography shop. Years later, it is the diversity of photography that keeps him hooked

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On Photography: Eugène Atget, 1857-1927

“A good photograph is like a good hound dog, dumb, but eloquent.” -Eugene Atget When photography was barely 25 years old, Eugène Atget started photographing views of Paris, France that evolved into an over ten thousand image portrait of the

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A melancholy black and white portrait of a dying forest

“The Harz National Park in Germany faces an unprecedented crisis. After two years of draught, several severe storms and the rapid spread of the bark beetle, its forests are extremely stressed and weakened,” Berlin-based graphic designer and photographer Philipp Apler

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Female holding lemon quarter

Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?

Whether you’re an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges. But is it mandatory to be a victim of circumstances? I’m looking at the question. Why do some people are

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Reimagining Kynance Cove through color manipulation

Terrestrial features and formations re-imagined as alien landscapes have been growing in popularity in the recent years, and I’m sure I’m not the only one enjoying it. It’s a source of inspiration for anyone looking to practice creative color manipulation,

Read More
Xpozer's Amazing Photography:Roy Krabbe : Photography Connects

Roy Krabbe: Photography Connects

Roy Krabbe has been a hobbyist photographer for 30 years. As a teenager, he first became fascinated with portrait photography while shooting passport photos for a local photography shop. Years later, it is the diversity of photography that keeps him hooked

Read More

On Photography: Eugène Atget, 1857-1927

“A good photograph is like a good hound dog, dumb, but eloquent.” -Eugene Atget When photography was barely 25 years old, Eugène Atget started photographing views of Paris, France that evolved into an over ten thousand image portrait of the

Read More

A melancholy black and white portrait of a dying forest

“The Harz National Park in Germany faces an unprecedented crisis. After two years of draught, several severe storms and the rapid spread of the bark beetle, its forests are extremely stressed and weakened,” Berlin-based graphic designer and photographer Philipp Apler

Read More
Female holding lemon quarter

Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?

Whether you’re an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges. But is it mandatory to be a victim of circumstances? I’m looking at the question. Why do some people are

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The top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents

With the election around the corner, wouldn’t it be fun to rank the top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents? I thought so, too. First, to be photogenic, a president had to be photographed a few times. Not only that, but

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