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30+ Crazy Photographers Who Will Do ANYTHING For The Perfect Shot Getting the angle and perspective for a photo just right can sometimes be very tricky, but these crazy photographers don't mind – when it comes to taking the perfect shot, they will do whatever it takes. The acts of devotion to their craft that some of the world's best photographers perform can be truly outstanding. Wildlife photographers have spent weeks camped out in the wild, allowing animals to get accustomed to their presence so that they can get the rare or intimate glimpses at their lives that others only dream of. Show 34 more Add Image Recent submissions to this list

The Top 50 Pictures of the Day for 2011 - StumbleUpon Every day at 5pm the Sifter posts the Picture of the Day. Below you will find a collection of the Sifter’s Top 50 from 2011. It’s hard to imagine the year is almost over, time seems to fly faster each successive year so it’s fun to take a moment and look back at the year that was. Click any of the pictures below to be taken to the individual post to learn more about the photographer and picture taken. Enjoy and stay sifty my friends! 35 Beautiful Photography Websites Advertisement Interest in photography has exploded over the last 10 years, largely thanks to the developments in digital photography. Cameras and computers have become cheaper and more powerful, software more sophistocated and printers can now print photos that are as good (if not better) than anything produced in a chemical darkroom. Now, once you’ve acquired a digital setup, the economic restrictions of film and development costs have been removed and the cost of photography is virtually nil. Along with these developments in photography has been the parallel development of the Web.

Recent Work by Jay Maisel 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Grid View Previous Next Eight Norwegian Photographers You Need to Follow The Norwegian Journal of Photography (NJP) has released the latest issue of its biennial survey of the Scandinavian country’s contemporary documentary photography scene, showcasing the work of eight photographers. The publishers — photographers and photo editors Rune Eraker, Laara Matsen and Espen Rasmussen — combed through close to 100 applications and submissions to arrive at its final list of eight photographers, using funding from the Fritt Ord Foundation, a non-profit devoted to freedom of expression, to produce the high-quality book. “We look for strong voices,” Espen tells TIME, “and we also look for photographers who challenge the term ‘documentary photography’.

Worth1000 Home Welcome fans of Worth1000.com. If you're looking for Worth's amazing creative content, then you've rocked up to the right place! Just in case you missed the news, Worth1000.com is now part of DesignCrowd.com - and we've preserved all the amazing Worth1000 content here so you can search the archives to find old favorites and new contest art. We're delighted to have Worth1000's talented users and their treasure trove of imaginative and original content, built over many years, as part of our design community.

Comfortably Numb Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 "In The Mood For Love." Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 “Nothing is as eloquent as nothing.” Friday, April 18th, 2014 "But that’s the way that it goes and it’s what nobody knows…" LoFiMode.com Salt Print Photographs(1800′s era) from Hipstamatic iPhone portraits • David Norbut Posted on July 8th, by Dan in Art, Art of the iPhone, Blog, Hipstamatic, iPhoneograhy, Photographer, Photography, Tutorials, Video. No Comments Photographer David Norbut documents a behind the scenes look at his current series “Into the Wilderness of the Human Spirit”. Taking portraits from the Hipstamatic app on an iPhone 5 and making prints using the Salt Print Process from the 1800′s.

The Chinese Art of the Crowd After viewing news photographs from China for years, one of my favorite visual themes is "large crowd formations." Whether the subject is military parades or world-record attempts, mass exercises or enormous performances, the images are frequently remarkable. The masses of people can look beautiful or intimidating, projecting a sense of strength and abundance. Individuals can become pixels in a huge painting, or points on a grid, or echoes of each other in identical uniforms or costumes.

Demilked photography Almost Lost 1950-60s Street Photos Of NYC And Chicago By Vivian Maier In 2007, historian and collector John Maloof found a box with thousands of black and white photography and film negatives by Vivian Dorothea Maier. Only in 2011, two years after Maier’s death, was her forgotten talent acknowledged by the public, as her works started travelling through exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe and a book... 20 Of The Best Pictures Of This Year’s Japanese Cherry Blossoms The Japanese cherry blossom, known as the Sakura in Japanese, is the flower of a cherry tree that is cultivated for its decorative features rather than for cherries (it doesn't bear fruit). The overwhelming beauty of the cherry blossom bloom has been known and adored for ages.

venus as a boy Anonymous asked: number 5 4 turn ons: -thick eyebrows -talk -strong legs Alex Majoli's Portfolio Alex Majoli was born in 1971 in Ravenna, Italy. He joined the f45 studio in his native city, working alongside Daniele Casadio when he was just 15 years old. In 1989 he became a full-time photojournalist and joined the Grazia Neri agency the year after, where he remained until 1995. In 1992 and 1993 he traveled to Yugoslavia to document the conflict there, and in the following years followed the strife into Kosovo and Albania. In 1994 Majoli dedicated himself to a long-term project on the insane asylum on the Greek island of Leros.

See the World's Most Iconic Places Transformed by Whimsical Paper Cut Outs Big Ben, London Arc de Triomphe, Paris London-based photographer Rich McCor understands that his city is a magical one, but like all of us, it’s easy to become tone-deaf to the quirks and nuances of a place simply by way of living there for a long period of time.

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