Intense and intimate black & white pictures of the human body by Resa Rot


There are more ways to show a person than just from a beautiful angle in beautiful light with beautiful clothes

Resa Rot is a photographer of intense black & white pictures of the human body. She captures these intimate photographs in a natural environment.

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Exquisite and feminine surreal portraits by Melania Brescia


Melania Brescia is a young digital artist from Malaga, Spain. Since she started her photography career she worked on numerous projects for a variety of clients. With her skillful creativity, Melania creates exquisite and feminine surreal portraits that guarantee to really get your attention.

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Explore Timeless Masterpieces‎ by Toni Frissell


Toni Frissell (1907-1988) began her career as a photojournalist and fashion photographer. She is perhaps best known for her pioneering fashion photography and her informal portraits of the famous and powerful in the United States and Europe, including Winston Churchill, Eleanor Roosevelt, and John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy. She is noted for taking fashion photography out of the studio into the outdoors, thus placing an accent on the active woman. She is also known for the imaginative angles, both physical and metaphorical, from which she covered her subjects.

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Robert Doisneau a pioneer of photojournalism


Robert Doisneau was born in Gentilly, France in April 1912. In the 1930s he made photographs on the streets of Paris. He was a champion of humanist photography and with Henri Cartier-Bresson a pioneer of photojournalism.

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Portraits of iconic faces made entirely from photographs of colorful donuts by Candice CMC


New York Artist Candice CMC, creates portraits of iconic faces made entirely from photographs of colorful donuts.

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Mastering Multiple Exposure Techniques In-Camera by Ben Dauré


Ben Dauré offers different styles of photography from portraiture & landscape to BTS & promo, however, his true passion is the creation of multiple exposures in camera. Ben combines and layer images in-camera using the same ideas and principles behind film photography, but with digital equipment. Mastering this technique, Ben is able to create and tailor a wide variety of styles with a unique look.

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The Satirical Illustrations of John Holcroft


Illustrator John Holcroft grew up in Lancashire. When he was nine his family moved to Yorkshire where he spent most of his childhood drawing and painting. During his college years, he became a fan of artists like David Cutter, Ian Pollock, and Edward Hopper. In 1996 he took the plunge and started freelance. For the first 5 years, he painted all his work on canvass paper, and as you can imagine, this was rather time-consuming. It was in 2001 that he started to familiarize himself with technology and executed his artwork using a Wacom tablet and Corel Painter. Since then he has reinvented his style about 5 or 6 times. It was in 2009 that he has finally decided to create a sustainable style with a little more longevity.

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El Ilusionista espacial Darel Carey de la bella infinitud


Darel Carey es un emprendedor, apasionado y activo artista visual que nació en Curazao (un novel país del Caribe, territorio autónomo de los Países Bajos), creció en Colton (California, USA) y en la actualidad reside en Los Ángeles (California, USA). Durante algo más de una década estuvo alistado en la Fuerza Aérea de Estados Unidos donde entre otras labores se desempeñó como analista de idiomas.  Desde el 2012 se dedicó al arte, graduándose cómo Licenciado en el Otis College of Art and Design en el 2016.

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The Poetic World of Saul Leiter


Saul Leiter (December 3, 1923 – November 26, 2013) was an American photographer and painter whose early work in the 1940s and 1950s was an important contribution to what came to be recognized as the New York school of photography. With distinctive imagery suffused with painterly qualities, he is often grouped with other photographers of the New York School such as Richard Avedon, Weegee, and Diane Arbus

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Being in love by Elisabetta Lo Greco


Elisabetta Lo Greco, is a digital artist from Italy. She creates lovely illustrators, some of them about couples that depict the meaning of being in love.

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Dressed cats posing as people by Harry Whittier Frees


Harry Whittier Frees (1879–1953) was an American photographer who created novelty postcards, magazine spreads, and children's books based on his photographs of posed animals. He dressed the animals and posed them in human situations with props, often with captions.

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Famous Photographers pose with their Famous Photographs


There is no formula for what makes a good image. Different people like different images. Who the image is for and what it portrays can be the tipping point.

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Bellísimas fotografías de placentera introspección por Ziqian Liu


Ziqian Liu es una joven y creativa fotógrafa nacida en China, con estudios en Sydney y Londres graduándose en una especialización en Gestión de la Comunicación.

Hace un tiempo -y luego del profundo dolor que le significó la ruptura de un gran amor- comenzó a sentir la necesidad de transformar la mala energía y su angustia en algo positivo y productivo y es allí que se volcó con toda la pasión y dedicación a la fotografía, marcando un punto de inflexión trascendental en su vida.

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Streets of the world by JR


JR exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not typical museum visitors. After finding a camera in the Paris metro in 2001, he traveled to Europe to meet those who express themselves on walls and facades and pasted their portraits in the streets, undergrounds, and rooftops of Paris.

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A world through the eyes of Katerina Belkina


Katerina Belkina is a Russian contemporary pictoralist photographer and painter. She digitally manipulates many of her photographs to appear as paintings, and often uses herself as the model in her work. Born in Samara in the southeast of European Russia, she was brought up in a creative atmosphere by her mother, a visual artist. Her education as painter at the Art Academy and from 2000 at the school for Photography of Michael Musorin in Samara gave her the tools to visualize her ideas.

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Dance of Vitiligo by Leonardo Fabris


Vitiligo is a skin condition that affects its pigment, generating clearer spots. Some say it is a disease, for us it is a way of art. Those white spots become the paint, while the skin becomes the canvas. Pure art, that makes the person who has it SPECIAL and UNIQUE.

Leonardo Fabris who lyrically states "The Vitiligo disease patches move to the rhythm of its development as the dancer's body moves to the rhythm of the music", creates the next delightful images that could not escape from our eyes.

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Haze by Staudinger Franke


Staudinger Franke is an award-winning photography, post-production & CGI studio based in Vienna, Austria.

Staudinger Franke is regularly featured as one of Luerzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide. Andreas Franke’s work has helped win countless awards. Staudinger Franke merges state of the art photography, retouching and CGI to realize every conceivable visual idea. From the first production steps to final artwork, everything is done in-house and supervised by Andreas Franke’s 20 plus years of experience.

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Conceptual photography by German Photographer Anna Sterling


German Photographer Anna Sterling has been involved in photography since she was a child and has developed her own style over the years.

Anna focuses on self-portraits and conceptual photography – especially digital outdoor photography in daylight. Through digital image processing, she transforms her ideas into unobtrusive and artistic compositions.

Through her art, she gives the viewer plenty of leeway for interpretation. She lets them finish the stories themselves and thus motivate them to think outside the box. Melancholy, dreams and the abysses of the human soul are reflected in her surreal and timeless photography.

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Notre Dame through the ages in pictures

3421A coloured photograph of the Îsle de la Cité in about 1900. Photograph: Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, which erupted in fire on Monday April 15th, 2019, is considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture in the world. Notre-Dame Cathedral has been at the main iconic building of the city of Paris for over 850 years. Dating back to its consecration in 1163, the building itself is a stone and stained-glass representation of Biblical stories and morals. A historical landmark, a pillar of the Arts and a centre for spirituality that is considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture.

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First images inside the Notre Dame

First images from inside Notre Dame show smoke rising inside the cathedral as the devastating fire continues to burn - Source: ABC NEWS

Today, April 15th of 2019, the cathedral was on fire causing significant damage, including the collapse of the main spire and the entire roof. Due to the collapse of the roof many valuables were destroyed. Notre Dame Cathedral contained one of the oldest surviving wood-timber frames in Paris, involving around 52 acres of trees that were cut down in the 12th century. Each beam was made from an individual tree. So the ingenious lattice of historic woodwork was nicknamed "The Forest.". All this has been lost to the massive fire, according to the cathedral's rector.

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