The 100 Most Amazing Photographs Ever Taken Without Using Photoshop. As we know, nature and humankind are both great artists, and when they join forces, amazing masterpieces can be produced.
We’ve seen how clever artists utilise image altering technology such as Photoshop to ‘improve’ a captured image, but like most things there is no substitute for the real thing. As such, we’ve collected the 100 most amazing photographs which combine the efforts of mother nature and photographic artists who have captured magic moments showing the wondrous diversity of modern life and the natural world.
Burning Man 2014. Share on Facebook Once again in the northern Nevada desert, our amazing little city was built and came to life.
Just a few hours outside of Reno, the barren environment makes you feel a million miles from civilization. 1950s Hong Kong Captured In Street Photography By Fan Ho. Critically acclaimed Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the 1950s and 60s taking gritty and darkly beautiful photos of street life in Hong Kong.
His photographs, to be published in his new book “Fan Ho: A Hong Kong Memoir“, reach back through time and space to connect us to the everyday sights of this bustling metropolis in a way that many of us have never seen before. Ever since Ho moved to Hong Kong from Shanghai in 1949, he has been documenting these special everyday moments. Burning Man by Trey Ratcliff. Galerie de odin's_raven. Fine Art Photography & Inspiration.
2013 World Press Photo Contest Winners - The Big Picture. For over 55 years, the World Press Photo contest has encouraged the highest standards in photojournalism.
15 Things You Won't Believe Actually Exist In Nature. Wonderland by Kirsty Mitchell: heart-breakingly beautiful photographic series in memory of an extraordinary life. 22 Unbelievable Places that are Hard to Believe Really Exist. Our world is so full of wonders that new and amazing places are discovered every day, be that by professional photographers or amateurs.
Different geographical locations, climatic conditions and even seasons offer the widest variety of natural wonders: pink lakes, stunning lavender or tulip fields, breath-taking canyons and mountains, and other places you can hardly believe actually exist! Le nom des stations de Métro prises au pied de la lettre. Winners: National Geographic Traveler 2012 Photo Contest. 33 Perfectly Timed Photos. You may be the best photographer in the world, but sometimes all it takes to take the best shot is being in the right place at the right moment.
It doesn’t even matter if you take it with your cell or high-end DSLR. Often, you won’t even notice you made an incredible picture until you come home and transfer your photos to a computer. Show Full Text However, that doesn’t mean you should stop improving your photography skills and just wait for that one and only moment. National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010. National Geographic is once again holding their annual Photo Contest, with the deadline for submissions coming up on November 30th.
For the past eight weeks, they have been gathering and presenting galleries of submissions, encouraging readers to rate them as well. National Geographic was again kind enough to let me choose some of their entries from 2010 for display here on The Big Picture. Collected below are 47 images from the three categories of People, Places and Nature. Captions were written by the individual photographers. (47 photos total) National Geographic Found. Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives - In Focus.
The New York City Municipal Archives just released a database of over 870,000 photos from its collection of more than 2.2 million images of New York throughout the 20th century.
Their subjects include daily life, construction, crime, city business, aerial photographs, and more. I spent hours lost in these amazing photos, and gathered this group together to give you just a glimpse of what's been made available from this remarkable collection. [Update - 50 additional photos added: More from NYC.] [Update II - Image sizes reduced by request of the NYC Archive.] [53 photos] Use j/k keys or ←/→ to navigate Choose: Sunlight floods in through windows in the vaulted main room of New York City's Grand Central Terminal, illuminating the main concourse, ticket windows and information kiosk. Aerial view of New York City, looking north, on December 16, 1951. Artist Turns Her Small Studio Room Into Surreal Dreamscapes Without Using Photoshop. Young Korean artist Jee Young Lee recently presented her beautiful, surrealistic and Photoshop-free photography exhibition named “Stage of Mind”.
The magic happens in the artist’s small 3,6 x 4,1 x 2,4-meter studio in Seoul. The artist builds these highly dramatic, psychedelic and visually intense scenes herself, ensuring that every teeny tiny detail is hauntingly perfect and leaves the viewer in awe. Jee Young Lee works with such precision that the creation of a set often takes weeks or even months of work. As soon as the otherworldly sets are done, the artist incorporates herself in them in various different ways and takes these stunning self-portraits. Le Japon au début du 20ième siècle vu en 3D Stéréoscopique. Le Japon au début du 20ième siècle vu en 3D Stéréoscopique Des photographies en 3D Stéréoscopique et recolorées du Japon au début du 20ième siècle, réalisées par le photographe T.
Enami. Une vision du Japon du passé très intéressante… via. Dying life of the tribe. Photographer decided to travel the world for 3 years, visiting 35 tribes in all 5 continents.