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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...
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...
Abstract aerial photography reveals “Chemical Waste Art”
Lately, we've placed the spotlight on some of the most impressive aerial photography projects that show the genre's affinity with...
Youthful summer memories in nostalgic black and white
Summer photos evoke a lot of memories for all of us — either in vibrant color or gritty black and...
Dive into the atmospheric and cinematic film photography of Henri Prestes
Cinematic photography has been popular in the last decade or so for its ability to make visual stories more immersive....
On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910
"Photography is a marvelous discovery, a science that has attracted the greatest intellects, and art that excites the most astute...
Alpine landscapes turned alien worlds through infrared photography
Mountains are already magical places in their own right, but for some photographers, they can even be otherworldly. By unlocking...
Impermanence: Abstract beauty of ice caves in Iceland
Iceland is home to some of the most breathtaking natural wonders that are just begging to be photographed. So, it's...

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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On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

“Photography is a marvelous discovery, a science that has attracted the greatest intellects, and art that excites the most astute minds — and one that can be practiced by any imbecile.” -Nadar (Gaspard-Félix Tournachon) Becoming Nadar While best known as

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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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On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

“Photography is a marvelous discovery, a science that has attracted the greatest intellects, and art that excites the most astute minds — and one that can be practiced by any imbecile.” -Nadar (Gaspard-Félix Tournachon) Becoming Nadar While best known as

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Get lost in the dizzying patterns of Larung Gar

Whenever we visit cities, among the first things we notice is how populous and labyrinthine they tend to be. These qualities often open up many opportunities for us to capture compelling slices of life. The mountain town of Larung Gar

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