Subtle Sexiness If you believe that sexiness has more to do with what you don't see than what you do, then you'll appreciate the photography of Patricio Suarez. The New York-based photographer works as a director of photography, mostly shooting commercials. "I love what I do and photography is just an extension of that," he says. "I carry my camera wherever I go. Most of my work derives from this." Patricio Suarez's website Views: 91227 Tags: Sexiness, patricio suarez, photo, photography, subtle
Starting A Business - Resources for Small Business - StartupNation Twins - Portrait Gallery A Thing or Two About Twins They have the same piercing eyes. The same color hair. One may be shy, while the other loves meeting new people. Photographs by Martin Schoeller Six-year-old Johanna Gill puts a protective hand on her sister, Eva. The 15-year-old sisters want to go to the same university and become opera singers. As infants, Ramon and Eurides looked so much alike that their mother gave them name bracelets so she wouldn’t get confused and feed the same child twice. When Loretta was diagnosed with breast cancer three years ago, Lorraine was in the doctor’s office with her. The nine-year-olds get along well and also have a psychic shopping bond. In kindergarten Spencer was too shy to pose on picture day. In grade school it didn’t matter that Jeff Nagel wasn’t good at spelling—Steve was. Jessica and Jackie Whited, 20, both go to the University of Akron, share the same friends and jobs, and even teach Sunday school together.
Hola - Free VPN, Secure Browsing, Unrestricted Access BACK TO THE FUTURE 2 (2011) : Irina Werning - Photographer Now its time for KOREA, TAIWAN AND TOKYO. If you live here and want to participate in my project, email me amazing old pictures to : firstname.lastname@example.org Riff Raff 1976 & 2011 London Andy 1967 & 2011 Los Angeles Johanes 1994 & 2011 Hamburg Maarje 1990 & 2011 Amsterdam Lea B 1980 & 2011 Paris Carli 1990 & 2011 Buenos Aires Alexandra 1970 & 2011 Paris Carol 1960 & 2011 New York Christoph 1990 & 2011 Berlin Wall Daphne 1986 & 2011 Paris Devoto 1990 & 2011 Buenos Aires Diego 1970 & 2011 Buenos Aires Evan 1957 & 2011 New York Giorgio 1982 & 2011 Paris Jackie 1994 & 2011 Buenos Aires Juan Carlos 1982 & 2011 Bs Aires Lea T 1995 & 2011 Paris Majo 1983 & 2011 Buenos Aires Marcela 1973 & 2011 Buenos Aires May 1985 & 2011 Buenos Aires Patrick 1968 & 2011 Paris Patrick B 1982 & 2011 Berlin Fer F 1981 & 2011 Buenos Aires Puna 2003 & 2011 Buenos Aires Sander 1983 & 2011 Rotterdam Sarah and Jim 1988 & 2011 Boston Seba 1986 & 2011 Patagonia Sole 1988 & 2011 Buenos Aires Sonia y Lauri 1988 & 2011 Bs Aires
El Taller Secuencial Incredible Wildlife Photography | Peachy Green Wildlife — By Stephanie on January 11, 2010 at 10:58 am Canada goose protects her young Ever have one of those moments when you think to yourself, “Boy, I wish I had my camera?!” Well, you can enjoy the good fortune of the photographers who were not empty handed when they shot these amazing animal pictures. These high-speed images are treasures that tell stories we rarely get to see – let alone capture – in stunning detail. Bringing home the bugs.... If you oohed and ahhed over the first couple of pictures, you might have to prepare yourself for the next image…. open wide! All in one bite? The best wildlife photography is often expressed through the unexpected. Hey! What is more adorable than a curious monkey – particularly one that wonders what all the photography fuss is about? Among cute animal photographs, you’ve gotta agree… this one tops the charts! Ready for my close-up! Looks like a Chorus Line is coming to a desert near you! Synchronized stretching A little more to the left, please
Startup 305 | Business ideas & Startup Advice Overcrowded rainbow, a photo from Ontario, Central Critiques | Translate guillaumejm Hello, Wonderfull rainbow. I like them and t's very difficult to get them correctly. I've posted some on TE but they are not as nice (they are not taken in same either). iwool Impressive shot, I think the people help to add to the story of the place. Regards Ian marjan Hi Alana, excelent shot in goood moment. danielswalsh WOW, now that's a cool shot! I love it! danyy Hello Alana, il n'y avait besoin de cet arc en ciel pour que la photo soit belle, mais avec lui en plus, cela devient du grand art. fserajian Hi Alana, Love the POV and composition. Fara leo61 Hi Alana! dcawker Another great one, Alana.. AthaPan Hi Alana you seemed to be happy to catch such a natural rainbow... Sakis carper lovely shot Alana, very nice composition, great capture of the rainbow above this falls, good point of view, well I like it very much, my compliments. gr. jaap riclopes Hi Alana, your astonishing images keep on surprising me everyday. craiggc Technically very good and very dynamoc TFS Craig
Exchanges What the nanny saw: Housekeeper's stunning images of 1950s Chicago show working class America in a new light By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 23:36 GMT, 16 December 2011 After spending decades collecting dust the work of an unlikely artist has finally been uncovered. To the outside world Vivian Maier was just a nanny and housekeeper working in Chicago. But she also had a hidden talent was not recognised until after her death in 2009. Maier spent her life wandering the streets of Chicago with a Rolleflex camera strapped to her neck taking remarkable black and white pictures of a different side of the city, and a different side of life in America. Capturing a moment: Vivian Maier worked as a nanny in Chicago but wandered the city taking pictures. Birds of a feather: Vivian Maier captures a pair of pigeons feeding in Chicago. Nighthawk: Vivian Maier's pictures have been credited with having an Edward Hopper style as she captures a side of America not normally seen He had hoped to find a picture of the city for a book he was writing, but when he saw the pictures he couldn't believe what he had found.
Everyday Objects Come Alive - Part 3 Cookie Crumbs Terry Border is one of our favorite creative people on the planet. He never ceases to amaze us, as he takes boring, everyday objects and makes them come alive! What's great about his work is that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Young or old, we can all get a good chuckle out of his hilarious, bent objects. "I always knew that my weird point of view was my gift or perhaps curse, so I'm glad I finally found a use for it," Terry says. Rejection Ice Cube Dreams Pick Him Crime Scene Chained to the Desk Peanut Mourning The American Way Waiting for the Train Practical Yolker Bruised Jump! More Terry Border:Terry Border Makes Everyday Objects Come AliveEveryday Objects Come Alive - Part 2Everyday Objects Looking for Love Terry Border's website via [Telegraph]
Camera Shooting Modes - How to Understand the Camera Shooting Modes on Your DSLR Understanding camera shooting modes can make a real difference to the quality of your images. Here is a guide to the five main shooting modes on your DSLR, and an explanation of what each mode does to your camera. To start with, you'll need to locate the dial on the top of your camera, with letters written on it. Auto Mode. Most Amazing Sand Sculptures Most Amazing Sand Sculptures Anyone who has ever been to the beach has probably tried to sculpt a simple sand structure of some sort.Well leave it to the pros, because we have some great sand sculpture pictures listed below. 36 Comments: rachael said... I've tried making sandcastles before.. April 16, 2010 at 11:59 AM shahid said... nice arts May 25, 2010 at 3:07 AM jalalHB said... This is simply classic and aesthetics May 7, 2011 at 7:00 PM Anonymous said... Harrison Hot Springs, in BC Canada,I recognized multiple pieces of art from there :D September 4, 2011 at 1:02 PM Impressive! September 13, 2011 at 7:51 PM where's the rest of them? September 19, 2011 at 1:47 AM ZuZu Gold said... remarkable. September 20, 2011 at 11:43 AM That's a stupid introduction... September 22, 2011 at 7:26 AM amazing, I remember when I was a little girl making sad sculptures, even during the winter I would make snow animals, haha! September 27, 2011 at 2:02 PM Annunci Incontri Roma said... The first one is my favorite. Amazing!