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Travel photography and professional stock photography - Lonely Planet Images Travel photography and professional stock photography - Lonely Planet Images Why am I seeing this page? Lonely Planet Images is now exclusively managed by Getty Images. More than 400,000 images have been moved over to Getty Images, so the majority of the images you found at Lonely Planet Images can now be found here. How do I get started? If you are already a Getty Images customer, sign in on the right using your username and password. If you don't have a Getty Images login, please register here.
What looms for me in the horizon for 2014? Well, I've been around the block enough times to know that I'm not the kind of guy who makes resolutions at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve...I drink with moderation, don't smoke and eat reasonably healthy food...and I exercise. I have a few decisions, thoughts and ideas trotting around in my mind, and those that relate to photography are as follows: 1. During 2014, I will not buy any new photographic equipment* (with one possible exception: a XF35mm f1.4 for my X Pro1...maybe). I have a M9 with two fantastic lenses, a X Pro1 with a superb 18mm lens, a Canon 5D Mark II and a 7D with a bunch of lenses...so why would I need anything else? ::: The Travel Photographer ::: ::: The Travel Photographer :::
Lonely Planet Images Blog Yawning baboon at Kruger National Park, South Africa. Name: CAROL POLICH Country: MONTANA, USA What’s in the bag: Canon 7D, Canon 5D Mark II, Canon Lenses – 70-200 F2.8, Canon 500 F4; Sigma Lenses – 10MM fisheye F2.8, 150 macro F2.8, 12-24 F4.5-5.6, 24-70 F2.8 How much time do you spend travelling for photography a year? Lonely Planet Images Blog
Angkor Wat Temple Complex, Cambodia Trees are Sentinels Guarding, Nurturing, Protecting Bastions of Dignity Breathing life Providing shelter Asking for nothing Sacrificing everything - K. Earle Chiang Mai, Thailand Darjeeling, India Trees are sanctuaries.

Steve McCurry’s Blog

Steve McCurry’s Blog
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PixelatedImage: The Travel and Humanitarian Photography of David Impressions & Abstracts Next week we’re releasing my next eBook - The Visual Imagination, a book about creative techniques and ideas that focuses mostly on impressionism and abstraction. Yesterday I was doing a pre-release podcast interviews, talking to Ibarionex Perello, the amazing voice and mind of The Candid Frame, and he asked me the one question I’m so fond of asking others. Why? Not everyone does photographic work that willingly abandons the literal, so why play with ideas of abstraction and impressionism at all?

PixelatedImage: The Travel and Humanitarian Photography of David

ZUCO.ORG Hunting images. Developing ideas. Living Art. Hi my name is Pietro Zuco (Peter in English). I'm a freelance mobile developer based in London/Tokyo/Barcelona. I have 3+ years of experience developing apps for iPhone/iPad/OSX and 10+ years of experience with UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems as developer and system administrator. I lived and worked more than 6 years in Tokyo, immersed in a full Japanese technological corporative working environment. I'm a problem solver. Areas of specialization: ZUCO.ORG Hunting images. Developing ideas. Living Art.
Photographer in Japan // Ingrid in Yoyogi Park; Tokyo Shot back in December on our way over the mountains on Route 471, from Matsumoto towards Toyama. This was a little off Route 471 but not far. I'd seen an interesting plateau on the map and as everyone else in … Continue reading Photographer in Japan // Ingrid in Yoyogi Park; Tokyo
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Magical Places Fine Art Online Photography Magazine Posted by Andrew S Gibson on January 11th 2014 Winter in Italy: An Interview with Portrait Photographer Anna Karnutsch When photographers take portraits outside it is interesting when the seasons themselves become part of the images.
Learning about the world through photography Discover Your Inner Photographer The underlying theme of TrekEarth is learning more about the world through photography. TrekEarth fosters this by allowing photographers to display their work grouped by regions in a supportive and orderly environment.

Learning about the world through photography

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Why is Google+ required for The Arcanum All applications and user accounts for www.TheArcanum.com require Google+ to be tied to the profile for a cornucopia of reasons that make everything better! We have built something totally different — a completely new and human way to learn by building on ancient Master & Apprentice traditions and combining with modern tech. — Google+ Video Hangouts – You will be spending fun time in private Video Hangout sessions with your 19 fellow Apprentices and your Master when you have your critique sessions. Your one-on-one critique sessions, for example, are automatically saved to YouTube and available to everyone else in The Arcanum.
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The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest has begun. Photographers from around the world can submit their photos in the four categories: Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place and Spontaneous Moments. The grand prize winner will receive a National Geographic Expedition to Alaska. The deadline is Monday, June 30, at 12 p.m. EDT. Here is a selection of photos from the early entries. -- (10 photos total)

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Foto Aprendiz. Fotografía digital. Sony A7, nos disponemos a probarla Escrito por Vicente Alfonso | Secciones Cámaras, Sin Espejo, Sony Acabo de recibir la Sony A7 con el Sony 28-70.
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