2016 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest’s Best Entries (20+ Pics) The Winners Of The 2016 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. The National Geographic travel photography contest 2016 has come to an end and it's time to announce the winners!
Chosen from more than 10,000 entries, below are the best travel photographs of the year. Le studium et le punctum. German Photographer Documented His 350 Miles Trek On Three Donkeys Around The Most Remote Places In Africa. A journey through the mountainous desert of Ethiopia is a journey through the ancient books of the Bible.
It pulls the wanderer from the third millennium out into a different world. Located in one of the most isolated areas of Africa you will encounter a life that has changed little, if at all, in some 3.000 years. Because of the remoteness of this region and the difficulty accessing it you will find nothing recognizable from our modern world in this society today, Nothing. The description “biblical” doesn’t legitimately apply to much these days.
Auto Mechanics Hilariously Recreate Renaissance Paintings. US-based photographer Freddy Fabris had always wanted to pay homage to the Renaissance masters with his photos in some way, but he wasn’t sure how until he stumbled upon an auto-mechanic shop in the Midwest.
This led to a brilliant series of portraits with auto mechanics reenacting famous Renaissance paintings. “Translating painting into photography was a challenge I looked forward to,” Fabris wrote on Huffpost. “I wanted to respect the look and feel of the originals, but needed to come up with a conceptual twist that would create a new layer to the original.” Single Picture Explains How Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO Work In Photography. If you’re a beginner photographer, it can be helpful to have a simple guide that helps you understand the different settings that you can toggle on your DSLR camera.
While this helpful exposure chart by Daniel Peters at Fotoblog Hamburg won’t explain HOW the optics of photography work, it will show you exactly what happens when you tweak your camera’s settings. The three settings in this chart are part of what photographers like to call the exposure triangle. ISO is the digital camera sensor’s sensitivity to light. The aperture is a structure in your lens that works much like the iris in our eyes. It opens and close to let more or less light in, and also changes the depth of field, or how many different objects can remain in focus in the shot at the same time. Rocks in the sky: a geological mystery – in pictures. Single Picture Explains How Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO Work In Photography. These Are 20 Of The World's Best Photos Taken With Cell Phones. Anyone with a cell phone can be an incredible photographer, no fancy camera necessary.
Sony on Tuesday announced the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards' Mobile Phone category, and we're impressed. Mobile is just one of many categories in the competition. Others include Professional, Open and Youth. There were more than 96,000 entries across the Youth, Open and Mobile categories. Mobile alone saw 10,200 photo submissions, and winners in the category were chosen by an online vote from a shortlist of 20 photos. Check out the best in mobile photography from 2015 below: Photographer Takes Portraits Of Babies Seconds After Birth. These photos of newborn infants by photographer Christian Berthelot taken mere seconds after their C-section deliveries may be difficult for some of our readers to look at, but that’s the point.
His “Cesar” photo series shows us a raw and unflinching image of childbirth, discarding the usual blankets and ribbons for the blood and vernix that accompanied all of us when we were born. 25 Of The Best Award-Winning Wedding Photos Taken In 2014. Photography contests are great because they tend to attract the best of the best to submit their photos.
The International Society Of Professional Wedding Photographers, for example, holds a quarterly competition among their members that collects their best wedding photos for the world to see. There are 20 different categories that highlight all the different features that can make a wedding photo great – from lighting and composition to dynamic movement or raw emotion. The ISPWP’s website highlights what it is about wedding photography that makes it so challenging and so special: “You have to get it right the first time, every time. You have to be a master of the craft and know your gear so well that you can make adjustments on the fly, without thinking or hesitating. Help Unravel a Gordon Parks Southern Mystery. Update below.
The image is striking: A stone-faced African-American woman in a spotless maid’s uniform cradles a white toddler while a stylishly dressed white woman sits nearby. Gordon Parks took the picture at the Atlanta airport in the spring of 1956. Those few tidbits are the only things certain about this photo. Anything else is conjecture. Photographer Captures Dark And Lonely Roads Around The World. Throughout his travels, Andy Lee has taken a lot of pictures of beautiful and forlorn roads around the world.
Now, this creative director, filmmaker, painter, doodler and photographer (and we can probably also add “renaissance man” to the list) has collected these photos in an amazing series called “Roads” that will fill you with wanderlust. 15 Photographs That Will Open Your Eyes To The Wonders Of The World. The Sony World Photography Awards season is well on its way.
The competition, famously open to amateur and professional photographers alike, prompts anyone with a camera and an eye for the world's natural and artificial wonders to submit the best and brightest in contemporary image making. The contest began in 2007, and has since collected an impressive 700,000 entries from across the globe. This year alone has seen submissions from Romania to New Zealand, Indonesia to Portugal, the US to the Netherlands. We've already given you a taste of the early stages of the 2015 awards participants. 40 photos historiques à voir au moins une fois. Il a capturé le coeur de l’Asie pour nous… Il a capturé le coeur de l’Asie pour nous… Le monde est merveilleux et doit être préservé.
Les photographies de Weerapong Chaipuck vont vous le démontrer une nouvelle fois ! En images : dans l'intimité des Parisiens. Après New York, la photographe américaine Gail Albert Halaban s’est intéressée à l’intimité des Parisiens. En les prenant en photo… via la fenêtre de leurs maisons. These Are 32 Of The Most Stunning Submissions In This Year's World Photography Awards. 52 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever. Female Photographer Imagines Her Life with Dozens of Different Partners in 'Self Portraits with Men' Who do you want to be? Or, more accurately, who could you have been? Czech photographer Dita Pepe takes these musings quite literally, re-imaging her life in a hundred different scenarios in her series Self Portraits with Men. Pepe’s photographs are disarming in their nonchalant subtly, the artist possessing an uncanny ability to become a seamless member of each family.
I Was Tired of Pressure to Get Married, So I Started a Mannequin Family What would drive you to pack a family of mannequins into your station wagon, and take them on a road trip? Enough pressure to conform will send anyone packing. Conform to what? Well, it was getting late. En images : rire, douleur, quand des gens se font taser par leurs proches. En images : Arthur Tress met en scène les cauchemars d'enfants. Dans une forêt belge, un mystérieux cimetière de voitures fantômes. Des enfants d'une favela de Rio photographient leur rapport au foot. Encadrés par Christophe Simon, responsable de la photo AFP au Brésil, 18 enfants de la favela Cidade de Deus à Rio de Janeiro, appareils photo en main, nous livrent leur vision du sport national brésilien, le foot, et une partie de leur quotidien. “Dans les favelas du Brésil, les gamins jouent au foot tout le temps, partout.
Le travail de la photojournaliste Camille Lepage, disparue en République centrafricaine. Camille Lepage, photojournaliste précoce, a été retrouvée morte en République centrafricaine, alors qu’elle faisait son travail. Photographie. Rune guneriussen. Documentary Photographer. 11 Zany Photos Of The 'World's Best Father' And His Adorable Daughter. Dave Engledow, self-proclaimed "World's Best Father" to daughter, Alice Bee, has turned his hilarious photo series into a book, Confessions of the World's Best Father. The project started as a single shot -- Engledow said he was just trying to make fun of himself as a new, sleep-deprived, clueless dad. He was holding a "World's Best Father" mug in that photo, which now appears somewhere in every picture.
When the series first went viral in 2012, Engledow said he was trying to avoid the "Facebook parent" stereotype, and wanted his friends to be interested in watching Alice grow up. Now, the quirky photos have a much larger audience. 28 Abandoned Structures Still As Vibrant As The Day They Were Deserted. An empty, foggy diner with the tables still set. An abandoned aquarium, complete with shark paintings on the walls. A desolate church, with architecture still so immaculate, worship could begin tomorrow.
How did 23-year-old photographer Johnny Joo find these awesome structures still intact? En images : un père photographie l'univers de son fils autiste. These Dreamy Photos Answer The Question: 'What Would I Have Looked Like In Another Decade?' From the scrunchies and jean jackets that dominated the 1980s to the plaid shirts and heavy boots that defined 1990s grunge, everyone has their favorite teenage fashion trend. But what would we have worn if we were flower children of the 1970s or flappers of the 1920s? Ohio State University student Annalisa Hartlaub was able to paint a picture by depicting each decade’s quintessential mainstream and counterculture looks.
Dans les archives photo de la police scientifique de Los Angeles. Au Paris Photo Los Angeles, des archives inédites de la police de Los Angeles ont été présentées lors d’une exposition. Kids From All Around The World Show Off Their Favorite Toys In Disarming Photo Series. Photographs 2003-2009. Léon. The 20 photographs of the week. Playboy : des portraits intenses d'anciennes bunnies. Dans les années 60, l’entreprise de charme menée d’une main de maître par Hugh Hefner connaissait son âge d’or. En plus de son magazine Playboy, l’homme crée des clubs et peuple son univers de plaisirs masculins avec des jeunes filles dénudées, baptisées les “bunnies”. Mais ces créatures de rêve, qui, à l’époque avaient tout juste 20 ans, en ont aujourd’hui entre 60 et 70 ans. Les paysages enchanteurs de Google Street View. La jeunesse photographique de Stanley Kubrick. These Are Photos Of Childrens Bedrooms. But They Represent Something Much, Much More.
Woman Photoshops Present-Day Self into Childhood Photos. Saul Leiter, le génial précurseur de la photo couleur. Ces photos couleur du Troisième Reich vont vous glacer le sang. Simon Roberts. Photos: Incredible 1860s-Style Portraits of Actors at Sundance. Incredible Computer Generated Photos of Animals in the Womb. 'The Animal': Samuel Pettersson's Creepy Self Portrait Series. Une Mère Russe Prend des Photographies Magiques de ses Deux Enfants dans Leur Ferme.
47 photographies lourdes de sens qui vont vous bouleverser. Francoisvermot.ch. Behold, Your Favorite Historical Photos Turned Into Selfies. Contact. Contact. Le photographe Jimmy Nelson à la rencontre des dernières tribus. Des images saisissantes de criminels australiens entre 1920 et 1948. Photographer Niki Feijen's eerie images of the abandoned farm houses. Aurum Light. Nara Dreamland : le parc d'attraction japonais à l'abandon. Any Animal That Touches This Lethal Lake Turns to Stone. La polémique sur les mannequins grande taille relancée ? La retouche photographique, 60 ans avant Photoshop. CONSUME CONSUME. T o u t à f a i r e. New York vue à travers un time lapse de 50 000 images. EN IMAGES. New York : il chasse les mamies les plus stylées. Photos Of Total Strangers In Intimate Poses.
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