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Galleries - Kirsty Mitchell Photography

Galleries - Kirsty Mitchell Photography

Andrzej Dragan PHOTOGRAPHY Sandra Documentary Photography Kyle Thompson - Fine Art Annie Leibovitz annie leibovitz Blitz Brigade Hack - Get Unlimited Coins, Diamonds and VIP for ios-android. Photographed Illustrated 1 note David Hobby HoCo360 Infographic Reveals the 30 Most Influential Photographers Across the Web More so than just about any other form of content, the Internet lives and breathes images. So it’s only natural photographers — and photography as a whole — have an inherit grasp on exploiting the networking, publishing and sharing capabilities the World Wide Web has to offer. There’s also no denying that some have learned to exploit it better than others, and so WiFi SD Card Maker EyeFi teamed up with marketing agency Evolve! to find out who the 30 most influential photographers across social media are. And while many of the names on the list are obvious, some might surprise you.

Bodyscapes: Creating Landscape Photos With the Human Body Carl Warner isn’t your typical landscape photographer. Where most would take to the outdoors, the London-based photog creates landscapes in his studio. Previously, we shared his surreal photo series Foodscapes: landscapes created using all manner of edible products. His most recent project is a departure from his work with food, and perhaps posed an even greater challenge. Dubbed “Bodyscapes,” the series turns the ridges, hills and valleys of one or more human bodies into strange and surreal landscape photos. “[The project] plays on the sense of space in which we dwell,” writes Warner. Each photo is named based on the body parts it is composed of, and some are more difficult to make look landscape-like than others. Elbow Point Valley of the Reclining Women The Sleeper Fingers Cave The Cave of Abdo-men Shin Knee Valley Pectoral Dunes Headless Horizon Twin Peaks The Desert of Sleeping Men Desert of Backs Cut Throat Valley (via Ufunk) Image credits: Photographs by Carl Warner and used with permission

Eamonn Doyle Born in Dublin in 1969, Eamonn Doyle graduated with a Diploma in Photography from IADT in 1991. He spent much of the next twenty years producing music and working in the independent music business, founding the Dublin Electronic Arts Festival (DEAF) alongside the record labels D1 Recordings and Dead Elvis. He returned to photography in 2008. His debut photobook i, described by Martin Parr as 'the best street photo book in a decade' was published in March 2014. Most of his work is produced in and around the Dublin city centre location where he has lived for the past 20 years. Gallery representation: Michael Hoppen Gallery, London Selected Photographic exhibitions: 2014 iseries / Michael Hoppen Gallery-Grand Palais, Paris Photo 2014 solo street installation / exhibit-O’Connell Street, Dublin 2014 So Fine Art / Group show-So Fine Art, Dublin 2014 i – solo exhibition-The Library Project, Dublin 2013 New Works Award-Gallery of Photography, Dublin 2013 RHA Annual Exhibition-RHA Gallery, Dublin Award:

Joana Choumali - Emotions a Nu Being naked this is nothing to hide Words are not even needed Because the body speaks for itself. —Victor Lévy Beaulieu "Emotions à nu" is a series of female portraits, each without a face. This series is an intimate journey, an outreach into the emotional state of another. —Joana Choumali