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Bringing to Light the Growth and Artistic Vision of 19th & 20th Century Photography

Bringing to Light the Growth and Artistic Vision of 19th & 20th Century Photography

home Antique Maps, Old maps, Vintage Maps, Antique Atlases, Old Atlases 31 Images That Show The True Face Of The World These images show how awesome humans can be , or how cruel , the world we live in is not simple or perfect , the pictures below show our true colors , for good and for worse Source: Imgur Popular On The Awesome Daily

The Past is Vividly Present in These Pictures Taken Nowadays. You'll Get Your Mind Blown! Old photographs always seem to have captured a particular slice of life. I don’t know if it’s because photos were more scarce and they required a lot of work and preparation… A very skilled photographer decided to revisit 28 pictures that were taken in Hungary several years ago. He went to the exact same locations and captured these places with a modern look. Then he merged the old shots with the modern ones to create some insightful images that are becoming witnesses of two different times. Do you like these pictures? Source Taryn Simon A Daddy-O's- bowling shirts, rockabilly, swing, retro shirts, lo

The Death of cool TILT SHIFT PHOTOSHOP TUTORIAL : CREATE A FAKE MINIATURE SCENE IN 10 STEPS « Tutorialstorage | High quality Photoshop Tutorials and Graphic Design Inspiration Feb272011 About Tilt Shift Photography “Tilt-shift photography” refers to the use of camera movements on small- and medium-format cameras, and sometimes specifically refers to the use of tilt for selective focus, often for simulating a miniature scene. Sometimes the term is used when the shallow depth of field is simulated with digital postprocessing; the name may derive from the tilt-shift lens normally required when the effect is produced optically. Source : Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Step 1 – Select your photo Miniature models are usually viewed from above so you must choose an image with an elevated viewpoint. 1.More examples here.2.More examples here. Step 2 – Open your photo in Photoshop Right click on your photo open with Adobe Photoshop. Step 3 – Duplicate Layer (CTRL + J) Duplicate the main layer by pressing CTRL + J Step 4 – Select Gradient Tool (G) Step 5 – Enter Quick Mask Mode (Q) Step 6 – Make your selection Step 7 – Apply Lens Blur Filter Filter > Blur > Lens Blur

Project Unbreakable You may have noticed that Project Unbreakable has been pretty quiet lately. For a few months now, those of us at Unbreakable have been making some pretty big life changes, and we have had to figure out where Unbreakable is placed. It has been a very long and incredible journey, but we are saddened to say that we will be closing our doors. We will finish posting all the submissions we have, but after we run out, we are no longer going to be accepting submissions for the website (but everything will remain up – we aren’t deleting anything.) We hope you understand, and we are grateful for your support. A note from Grace: I can’t really sum up almost 4 years of doing this project and I am having a very difficult time writing this. I would be lying if I said that the rumors from other activists about my integrity didn’t get to me. But that is not why I am leaving the project. Please take care of yourselves. A note from Christina:

this isn't happiness™ Peteski Every single angle can be art. Mr. Philipp Klinger This is a collection created by Philipp Klinger (he’s nothing but a genius photographer) that showcases architecture in a very geometric way, mixing shapes, patterns, textures. “As people are walking all the time, in the same spot, a path appears”. YOU MAY ALSO LIKEA minimal shotAnother minimal shotRaise your glas Like this: Like Loading...