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first image 'in the playroom' by jonathan hobin (above) 'the twins' image © jonathan hobin 'in the playroom' by canadian photographer and art director jonathan hobin is a series of images that depict children reenacting major current events and headlines of our time. including major news items such as 9/11, hurricane katrina, the north korean missiles, and the jonbenét ramsey trials, the collection juxtaposes the often devastating themes with the high-spirited setting of a kid's playroom. utilizing relevant props - dolls, plastic toys, stuffed animals - with bright and playful backdrops, the images are eerily innocent and unsettling in their motif. at once bold and uncomfortable, the series delineates the question of how far our current cultural climate alters and infiltrates our society. 'a boo grave' image © jonathan hobin 'dear leader' image © jonathan hobin
Black and white is maybe the most beautiful, emotional, powerful, and very inspiring photography mode. In this post we’ll showcase some beautiful black and white photos for your own inspiration. If you like a particular photo and you want to see more, just click on the image and you’ll be led to the source where you can view more work and info from the photographer. Steve McCurry Pedro Meyer
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World Press Photo, a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands, recently announced the winners of its 2012 photojournalism contest. More than 5,000 photographers from 124 countries submitted over 100,000 pictures to the competition. Top honors this year went to Samuel Aranda for his image of a woman holding a wounded relative during protests in Yemen. The prize-winning photographs will be assembled into an exhibition that will travel to 45 countries over the next year. Below is just a sample of this year's group of winners -- please visit the World Press Photo website to see them all.