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New York photographer Jordan Matter’s “Dancers Among Us” project features performers from the Paul Taylor Dance Company performing guerrilla dance moves in iconic Manhattan locations Michelle Fleet, NY Public Library (JORDAN MATTER PHOTOGRAPHY / BARCROFT USA) By getting the dancers to pull off their difficult poses surrounded by normal people in everyday situations, Jordan hopes to highlight the skill of talented individuals who walk among us everyday.
The summer is here so now is the perfect time to make a lot of photos. If you want to look like a professional photographer, then you must enhance your pictures. Take a look at this article because here you will find 20 very cool tutorials which will help you transform an average photo into a work of art. How To Make Digital Photos Look Like Lomo Photography In this article, the author will teach you how to create lomo photos in a very easy way. DIY – Create Your Own Bokeh
Originally from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Carlos Nunez is an LA-based photographer whose gorgeous shots can easily range from sweet and demure to downright sexy. You can tell that he has that rare ability to put his models at ease, making them feel free to express themselves and show us a side to them few people ever get to see. Take a look at Nunez's blog and you'll see shots we can't necessarily feature here on My Modern Met (in other words, NSFW).
Samuel Bradley's photos cannot be neatly categorized. Wonderfully offbeat and somewhat quirky, they truly span the spectrum. As he tells us, "I'm battling with two different ways of working and I don't know which one I prefer. I think most people follow my work and blog for the more quirky, interestingly processed and sometimes a bit 'cliché vintage' photographs.
How similar are parent and child? German photographer Frauke Theilking's photo project called "Generation" observes the similarities and differences between generations. Each photo pairs a parent and child, either a mother/daughter or father/son combo, side by side. Devoid of an elaborate background, Theilking's photos focus the viewer's attention on the subjects, who themselves aren't wearing any distracting clothing. Looking at the two figures, there are apparent (no pun intended) likenesses and gaps.
The mind can create all kinds of strange scenarios when we are asleep. In this series entitled Surreal-ity , photographer Kylie Woon brings those mind-bending stories and dreamy scenes to life. Conveying all kinds of dramatic emotions, including loss, fear, anger, and restlessness, Woon creates self-portraits where she floats, flips, and flies across each frame in seemingly impossible arrangements. The artist says her life has always flip-flopped between being obsessed with the small things in life versus being able to see the bigger, grander picture. She compares her experiences to photography and the idea of being zoomed in and zoomed out. She says, "When I am zoomed in, everything in the universe is dark except for the inside of my head.
Inspiration by Bill Jones Wedding photography captures all of the intimate details of the couple’s special day. These pictures should evoke the love, passion, romance and beauty of the couple as well as their wedding venue and décor.
Inspiration by Bill Jones Fall is a photographers dream season. It’s the time when nature explodes with color and misty mornings are whispering “Hey look at me, wouldn’t I make just the most amazing photograph”. Below are some stunning examples of this magical time of year. Also make sure and check out A Detailed Guide to Photographing Fall Foliage.
By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:02 GMT, 6 September 2012 | UPDATED: 21:36 GMT, 8 September 2012 These are the buildings where thousands of long-suffering wards of the state lived out their lives from the 19th century until the next, when the treatment of the mentally ill entered the modern era. Photographer John Gray has bravely ventured to more than a dozen of these forgotten institutions, photographing the deserted hallways, decaying rooms and remnants left behind behind by patients. His book, Abandoned Asylums of New England, chronicles the storied temples of control, treatment and rehabilitation that once populated the region. It will be released in the fall through the Museum of Disability.
Daredevil photographers brave boiling waters to capture the drama of searing-hot lava crashing into the seas off HawaiiBy Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 12:02 GMT, 5 September 2012 | UPDATED: 15:09 GMT, 5 September 2012 Two photographers risked their lives to become the first people to capture the explosive moment fiery lava crashes into the sea. Nick Selway, 28, and CJ Kale, 35, braved baking hot 110F waters to capture these images, as they floated just feet from scalding heat and floating lava bombs. The pair, who chase the lava as it flows from Kilauea through Kalapana, Hawaii, spend their days camped on the edge of active volcanoes to capture the incredible images. Nature's fury: Nick Selway, 28, and CJ Kale, 35, braved baking hot 110F waters to capture these images, as they floated just feet from scalding heat and floating lava bombs
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The World We Live In: The Results! Grand prize of The World We Live In: Arctic Wolf Portrait, John Chambers, Merrickville, Ont. We are happy to announce the winners of the 2012 edition of our annual photo contest, The World We Live In . Twenty winners were selected from thousands of amateur and pro entries submitted. You may view the winning images in the April/May issue of Photo Life and in our online 2012 Winners’ Gallery , where technical data and additional information has been included with each image. PhotoRepublik’s 5-in-1 Reflector