Des moustachus à la Nouvelle-Orléans C’est le 7 septembre 2013 que c’est tenu à la Nouvelle-Orléans la quatrième édition du « Just For Men Beard ». Plus de 150 participants venus des États-Unis , Royaume-Uni et du Canada ont concouru dans 17 catégories. Je vous laisse découvrir dans la suite de l’article quelques spécimens photographiés par Greg Anderson Des moustachus à la Nouvelle-Orléans all images (c) mehmet nevzat erdogan Next ASKWebsiteArchive see the complete story here add me on facebook 17 notes | 2 months ago the boy in the attic
Michael Tittel: Behavior This week we are sharing work submitted to Lenscratch… It does not happen often, but every now and then I will catch someone sneaking a candid of me in public. It is the photographer in me that relates to the strides taken for the perfect image, and because of this I always pretend I cannot see them. I shake their presence off in hopes that I embodied what they needed, that in some way I managed to help them in their quest for a perfect image. Michael Tittel’s photographs satisfy my curiosity for all the photos of me I do not know, that I have not seen. His portrayal of people touches on the humor in coincidence, and brings an evocative narrative to the casual.
Julianne Popa spring summer autumn winter échecs christophe jacrot RAIN - ASIA Huile 10: 70×105 cm ed 16 / 80×120 cm ed 14 Tokyo crossing: 75×125 cm ed 16 / 90×150 cm ed 12 Feux Super wet: 70×125 cm ed 16 / 90×160 ed 12 Train of Thought: On the ‘Subway’ Photographs by Bruce Davidson In the spring of 1980, I began to photograph the New York subway system. Before beginning this project, I was devoting most of my time to commissioned assignments and to writing and producing a feature film based on Isaac Bashevis Singer’s novel, Enemies, A Love Story. When the final option expired on the film, I felt the need to return to my still photography—to my roots.
Karry Skarbakka’s Free falling Self Shot Photography Kerry Skarbakka tried to capture himself when he was in peril in his self shot photographs titled, “The Struggle to Right Oneself. He captured when he was falling from stairs, trees, train lines etc.He is inspired by Martin Heidegger as the later said that human beings go through perpetual falls. He used special gears at the time of photo-shoot but the shots look so real that it convinces even the best of people that it is real and happening. The Fine Art of Photographing Living Portuguese Man O' War Who doesn't cringe when they first hear the words "Portuguese man o' war? South Florida-based fine art photographer Aaron Ansarov wants to give us a new way of looking at a species most of us avoid in the ocean. Portuguese man o' war are jellyfish-like creatures that sting its prey or even humans, if we come too close. For Ansarov, they're incredible subjects that should be given a second or even third look. "I began photographing these creatures after seeing how fascinating their colors, shapes and textures were," he tells us when we ask him how he first got started. "Everyone would see these creatures and look at them in disgust which made me even more fascinated by them.
Chris Jordan Exploring around our country's shipping ports and industrial yards, where the accumulated detritus of our consumption is exposed to view like eroded layers in the Grand Canyon, I find evidence of a slow-motion apocalypse in progress. I am appalled by these scenes, and yet also drawn into them with awe and fascination. The immense scale of our consumption can appear desolate, macabre, oddly comical and ironic, and even darkly beautiful; for me its consistent feature is a staggering complexity. The pervasiveness of our consumerism holds a seductive kind of mob mentality. Collectively we are committing a vast and unsustainable act of taking, but we each are anonymous and no one is in charge or accountable for the consequences. I fear that in this process we are doing irreparable harm to our planet and to our individual spirits.