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About Myself. Art is “making special“.

About Myself

Essentially, I try to “make special” via the medium of photography. I strive to make images which touches both the feeling part and the thinking part of your mind. My art seeks to get your attention (the feeling part) and hopefully engage you on a deeper level as you look at it for longer (the thinking part). I have been using photography as a medium for more than 10 years, and am now actively involved in the print making process to achieve my final vision for my art. Regarding photography, I feel that the print is still the end point of the artistic process. I’m constantly looking out to bring my art for viewing in print form – so if you are a publisher, curator etc, do get in touch with me! Awards: 1st Place: International Photography Awards 2013, Category Nature:Flowers (Floral Portraits) 2nd Place: International Photography Awards 2012, Category Nature:Flowers (Exploded Flowers) Finalist: France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award 2012. About Myself. - close to and beyond the arctic circle-

10 Photographers You Should Follow on Tumblr Vol. #3. PLEASE BE PATIENT WITH LOADING TIMES There’s 50 (awesome) images ahead.

10 Photographers You Should Follow on Tumblr Vol. #3

Thank you! Time for a third list of great photographers you should follow on Tumblr! See our previous lists here, and sign up to our weekly newsletter to make sure that you won’t miss out on our future updates. Would you like to submit your own Tumblr? Leave us a link through Facebook, Twitter or via email. Todd Gross - street photography from New York. Lara Gasparotto – Romantic + erotic photography by a talented Belgian photographer. Kent Andreasen - Say hi to Cape Town based photographer Kent Andreasen. Joao Canziani - Great commercial work by Joao Canziani. Hubert Crabieres - We have mixed feelings about Hubert Crabieres’s Tumblr, but we thought we’d let you decide if you like it or not. Allyson Anne Lamb - If anything, nude girls and cows make for a unique Tumblr blog. Indrek Pleesi - More street photography, this time from Estonia (you know where Estonia is, right?) That’s all, folks! SILVER & LIGHT.

George Georgiou. Galerie de Cette jeune coréenne a inventé toutes ces scènes dans une pièce de 15 m2… Zéro Photoshop. L’artiste sud-coréenne Jee Young Lee a réalisé l’impossible dans une pièce de 15 m2 : mettre en scène des univers en 3 dimensions dans lesquelles elle pose.

Cette jeune coréenne a inventé toutes ces scènes dans une pièce de 15 m2… Zéro Photoshop.

La jeune femme fait tout elle-même : la création, les sculptures et la photo. 100% garantie aucun Photoshop. Gamer Panic Room Comme vous pouvez l’imaginer, son travail pour recréer une seule de ces scènes magiques peut prendre plusieurs semaines, voire plusieurs mois. Et il faut garder à l’esprit que tous ces mondes imaginaires ont été faits les uns après les autres dans la même et unique pièce de son appartement. My Chemical Romance « Récemment diplômée de Hongik University à Séoul, dans sa Corée natale, la jeune JeeYoung Lee photographie l’invisible. Resurrection Last Supper Nightscape The Little Match Girl I’ll be back Chasse au Tresor Neverending Race Monsoon Season. Sandra Calligaro.

Afghan Dream: L’émergence d’une nouvelle classe urbaine à Kaboul « Si la guerre - les opérations de la coalition, les attentats, le retour des Taliban - a focalisé le regard depuis dix ans, ce qui me frappe en revoyant Kaboul régulièrement depuis vingt ans, c’est l’émergence d’une nouvelle classe urbaine occidentalisée, vivant de l’afflux d’argent qui a suivi la coalition depuis 2001.

Sandra Calligaro

Loin des clichés de l’Afghanistan enturbanné, les nouveaux urbains se croisent dans les supermarchés de Kaboul, le portable à l’oreille. Les vêtements, surtout masculins, sont plus ajustés, mettant en valeur la fréquentation des salles de musculation et transformant les pratiques corporelles (comment uriner accroupi dans un jean moulant?). Gilles Dorronsoro. 21st century Gypsies: New Age Travellers adopt horse drawn-caravans and a love of Facebook (as long as it's solar powered) By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 11:35 GMT, 30 September 2012 | Updated: 10:12 GMT, 1 October 2012 They were the inner-city youth who, fuelled by punk spirit, anarchist philosophy and a hate of Margaret Thatcher, clambered aboard a fleet of battered old vehicles to shun the trappings of the modern world for a life of nomadic freedom.

21st century Gypsies: New Age Travellers adopt horse drawn-caravans and a love of Facebook (as long as it's solar powered)

And while today's new-age travellers appears to have taken the philosophy even further, preferring to use traditional horse-drawn caravans instead of gas-guzzling vans, they also appear to be embracing the modern technology like mobile phones, laptops and even Facebook. During the late 1980s and 1990s stories about the travellers were commonplace - illegal raves, clashes with the police, drug busts and fury at the criminal justice act.

Photographer Iain McKell took his first pictures of new-age travellers 25 years ago. And while little has been written about the New Age travellers in the past decade, the movement has far from fizzled out. The other side of Europe. About me - Eric Bouvet.