Photography

Using photography as a form of expression by Danny Bittencourt

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Danny Bittencourt is a Brazilian visual artist who has dedicated herself to using photography as a form of expression. Graduated in Photography, specialist in Visual Poetry and master in Education, currently directs the School of Artistic Photography.

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The Sun of the White Desert by Elizaveta Porodina

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In her experimental fashion and fine art photography, Elizaveta Porodina travels through time and space, extracting the underlying emotions in her entrancing productions. The Moscow born studied clinical psychologist  plays with melancholic symbolism, sets connotations, sometimes ambiguous, sometimes honest and obvious – her range widely varying between cinematic, fashion and almost documentary imagery. Whether in dramatic black and white or vividly colored artworks, the Munich based photographer is a master of dark romanticism.

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Exquisite and feminine surreal portraits by Melania Brescia

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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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Robert Doisneau a pioneer of photojournalism


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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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Mastering Multiple Exposure Techniques In-Camera by Ben Dauré


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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 Poetic World of Saul Leiter

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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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Famous Photographers pose with their Famous Photographs

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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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Dance of Vitiligo by Leonardo Fabris

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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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Inspiring pictures that offers a unique view of Asians countries by Tristan Zhou

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Talented Japanese photographer Tristan Zhou is a self-taught photographer, retoucher, filmmaker and art director is currently based in Seattle, Washington, USA. Tristan shoots inspiring pictures that offers a unique view of Asians countries.

My mission is to create something that is not only eye-catching but also meaningful and storytelling.

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Light and shadows by Sølve Sundsbø

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Norwegian fashion photographer and filmmaker Sølve Sundsbø infuses his imagery with sharp, otherworldly concepts and experimental techniques. He arrived in London in 1995 to pursue a short course in photography at the London College of Printing and became a photography assistant for acclaimed experimental image-maker Nick Knight. That pivotal role and Knight’s mentorship, which spanned four years, helped Sundsbø become a highly decorated fashion photographer in his own right.

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Colorful Tokyo by Yoshito Hasaka

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Yoshito Hasaka is a Tokyo-based designer currently working as lead designer for Origami Inc. Yoshito loves to feel people’s energy in the city and how the city change constantly. With the help of his camera, Yoshito captures all these moments and present us in these vivid colors of a city that never sleeps.

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Artistic portrait and fashion photography by Johannes Lunenburg

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Fashion Photographer Johannes Lunenburg creates stunning images with an old fashion style. His work is a combination of soft surroundings and beautiful models.

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Emotive photographs in public transportation by Zhang Jia Wu

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Zhang Jia Wu is a talented photographer and artist based in Zhengzhou, China. He captures stunning photographs on public transportation, some from the outside and some from the inside. Each of his candid captures is not a simple shot, in a simple moment he is able to document a whole story.

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A dream-like vision by Andrea Peipe

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Andrea Peipe is currently based in Munich, Germany. After working as a translator for several years, Andrea decided to pursue a career in photography in 2010. Since then she is interested in how to turn ideas into creative photos.

Andrea devotes herself to digital photography and the possibilities of digital post-processing. With her photos, she wants to move the viewer emotionally, tell a story and inspire her fantasy. At the same time, photography is a possibility for her to bring emotions to life, to freeze time and by that to hold on to a short fragile moment, or to create a dream-like vision. In order to achieve this, she enjoys taking use of the almost unlimited possibilities of digital post-processing. 

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The use of the absurd and the irony to approach modern issues by Romina Ressia

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Born in 1981 in Argentina, in a small town near to Buenos Aires. Her passion about art started at young age but it was not until her late twenties, after graduating in Economics, that she decided to dedicate her life to Photography. Romina Ressia studied Photography, Fashion Photography, Art Direction and Scenery in different places including the Institute of the prestigious Teatro Colon. And her influence comes mainly from Classic Paintings.

Romina started in fashion photography but was gradually moving to Fine Arts, venturing, beyond Photography, in mixed media. Her works are represented by Galleries in the London, Edinburgh, Switzerland, Belgium & Mykonos, and they have been exhibited in major cities such as New York, Milan, London, Zurich, Paris, Brussels & Buenos Aires, among many others.

Owner of a pictorial style, she is well known for her anachronisms and the use of the absurd and the irony to approach modern issues. The attempt to grant a fresh air to the classic style is another important characteristic of her work.

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Christophe Gilbert, a photographer who manipulates his own images into works of art

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Christophe Gilbert is a Belgian photographer from Bruxelles, specialized in visual art. Born in Brussels in 1962, Christophe Gilbert started by taking courses of photography to the Academy of Ixelles in the course of the evening during one year. The CCB Awards (Creative Club of Belgium), whose objective is to precede and promote the Belgian creativity, rewarded him in 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005. Its Levis countryside was retained in Photograph Awards 2005 of the AOP. In the same way, the public could discover Gilberts creations with the AD Print Festival 2006 of Brasov. As a self-described detail-maniac fanatic, Christophe truly believe that small details can make a huge difference. Christophe’s impressive client list includes DDB, Euro RSCG, FCB, Ikea, Levi’s, LG Electronics, Mercedes, Ogilvy, PlayStation, Publicis, Saatchi, Samsonite, TBWA, Toyota, Volkswagen, Rubicam among others.

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Paul The Antisocial Corgi

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Paul “the Antisocial Corgi,” is a typical celebrity in that he enjoys his fans but from afar. Although he loves to play with humans, Paul “doesn’t like dogs, he’ll ignore them in parks and lunge if they get too close.”. With fans worldwide, Paul has become Instagram famous for his pink aesthetic, artfully staged photos, and generally amazing, floofy look.

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Human nature through the lens of Sabrina Guzman

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Argentine artist Sabrina Guzman explores society and human nature through her photography.

In 2015, together with her partner Paul, she launched the creative association ARTE COPADO. Passionate for the unknown but anxious to know, Sabrina travels the world capturing extraordinary places with her camera. She also creates singular images that reflect her experiences and feelings. She draws inspiration from her love for the stars, the sacred languages, and the eternal respect for the environment and the human being.

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Dancers by King Douglas

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Dance should look effortless seems to be a universal ideal.  The extreme effort  and years of relentless practice required to meet this ideal are accepted as the price that must be paid.  These photographs,  taken in class, rehearsal, and performance, represent King Douglas attempt to capture the elusive transformation of muscle, bone, and sweat into what is sometimes an intimate and moving experience for dancer and audience alike.

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Touchy and Powerful portraits by Shirren Lim

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Shirren Lim is a Malaysian photographer living in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her portraits are very powerful and stand out due to their crispness, their quality and their creativeness. Shirren’s work has been described as intense and earthy with her simple composition cutting to the heart of the subject matter.

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The Northern Hemisphere during a snow shower by Christophe Jacrot


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Christophe Jacrot is a contemporary photographer living in Paris. He has been developing an artistic project on major cities of the northern hemisphere in adverse weather conditions, from a very pictorial and emotional approach. Presented series titled Snjór, which means snow in Icelandic is an attempt of immortalizing the Northern Hemisphere during a snow shower.

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Best Winter scenery images in the beautiful region of Abruzzo, Italy


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Abruzzo is an Italian region, east of Rome, with an Adriatic coastline and the Apennine Mountains. National parks and nature reserves cover much of its rugged interior. Abruzzo is picturesque in its scenery. While many areas of Italy have changed significantly over time, Abruzzo remains largely the same.

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The Art of Intentional Camera Movement by Heinz Innerhofer


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Italian photographer Heinz Innerhofer has created a pretty unique series where he creates mesmerizing long exposure photos using intentional camera movement - also called camera painting technique.

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Photographing the female body in a delicate way by Ellen Loke


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German photographer Ellen Loke has an affinity for photographing the female form in a delicate way. While taking photos Ellen is able to express her feelings in that particular moment. She enters into another world and become part of everything.

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Perfectly framed architecture photographs by Hans-Martin Dölz


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With a healthy dose of perfectly framed architecture photographs, German Photographer Hans-Martin Dölz renders particular moments of time that transcend the mundane and place value on moments of stillness.


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Evoking thoughts and emotions through images by Kathleen Greenwood

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Kathleen Greenwood views art not only as a form of self-expression but also as a means to provide a message about social issues and to evoke thoughts or emotions through images. Kathleen’s style is eclectic and her approach to transforming a blank canvas can be structured with a specific goal in mind or free flowing with a lot of experimentation.  Each design starts off with a base subject that gradually becomes more complex by adding layers, manipulating light and adding elements such as light, color or specific effects to enhance the main area of focus. A chain reaction occurs as each step that is taken leads to a set of sequential steps toward a predetermined vision or a vision that results from experimentation within the creative process. While at present she mainly focus on digital art, she is a multifaceted artist that experiments with other techniques, including watercolor, pen and ink, and graphite.  

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Captivating images from the inside of a cello by Adrian Borda


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Adrian Borda is an inner traveler, exploring the mysterious and extremely complex subconscious world.

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Balancing the grace of the natural world between the real and the imagined by Wendi Schneider


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Wendi Schneider is a Denver-based visual artist whose painterly photographs illuminate a deep reverence for the natural world. Born in Memphis, she holds an AA in Art History from Stephens College in Columbia, MO and a BA in Painting from Newcomb/Tulane in New Orleans. Her photographs are inspired by the lush Southern landscape and a background in painting and art history.

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1949 - Pablo Picasso Paints in Light


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The photographs were exhibited in 1950 in New York City's Museum of Modern Art. They show Picasso sketching shapes in space, invisible to him until Mili's frames were developed.

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The Inner Voice of Eirini Lachana


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Greek photographer Eirini Lachana’s body of work is entitled “Inner Voice”. Eirini experiences the Inner Voice as a sixth sense that reveals the ultimate source of things within her. Guided by the Inner Voice she photographs everyday life, her home, herself and her dear ones.

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Using creativity to make extremely expressive and soulful photos by Anja Diabaté


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Anja Diabaté is a professional photographer based in Hamburg, Germany. Her strength and power is the transformation of her ideas and creativity into extremely expressive and soulful photos.

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Dancers: interpreting the world through subtle but riveting movements by Omar Z, Robles


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Omar Z Robles is a photographer based in NYC. His interest in story telling began with one man: Marcel Marceau. The legendary mime actor taught him how to interpret the world through subtle but riveting movements. Those movements that he acquired as a student in Paris, he employs today in his photo series of ballet dancers.

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