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Eric johansson

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Gregg Segal - 7 Days of Garbage Rotator powered by <strong>EasyRotator for WordPress</strong>, a free and easy jQuery slider builder from DWUser.com. Please enable JavaScript to view. All Images © Gregg Segal Artist’s Statement: “7 Days of Garbage is a series of portraits of friends, neighbors, and other acquaintances with the garbage they accumulate in the course of a week.

World's Most Dangerous Photography Capturing those special moments are very important. You can’t even imagine the places where photography is performed. With the advent of Digital photography in the recent years, it has revolutionized the way photos are taken. Many people use photography to express stories or save special moments. It’s really hard to capture something that is very precious or fierce and in the moment. GRAND FORMAT. 15 photos renversantes de la Terre Dubaï Près du lac bleu se dresse la plus haute tour du monde, Burj Khalifa. Image réalisée en 2012 par le couple de satellites Pléiades. (ASE) Chili et Argentine Photo colorisée de la partie inférieure de l'Amérique du Sud, enregistrée en 2012 par le satellite Landsat-5. Camille Cathudal Kathukitchen I, dessin numérique, 2014 Hère VI, aquarelle sur papier, 15x21 cm, 2011 Hère V, aquarelle sur papier, 15x21 cm, 2011

Ken Hermann - Flower Man Flowers are a hugely important part of Indian culture, used in everything from temple rituals to festivals and parties – and Malik Ghat flower market is the largest of its kind in India. Located in Calcutta, next to the Hooghly river, it attracts more than 2,000 sellers each day, who flock to peddle their blooms amid frantic scenes. Commercial photographer Ken Hermann first visited Calcutta three years ago, when he was shooting coal miners, one of the three or four personal projects he tries to complete every year. On that trip, the Dane, now 35, visited the flower market, and ever since held on to the idea of returning to take portraits of the sellers, their magnificent garlands often appearing in stark contrast to their own dusty and sweat-soaked attire. He returned two months ago, accompanied by a local interpreter, and approached various traders with a view to taking their picture.

Série Nuwa par Nadia Wicker Coup de coeur pour les créations de Nadia Wicker, photographe autodidacte et maquilleuse professionnelle, basée à Paris. Ses travaux sont aussi éclectiques que surprenants, ce qui est très intéressant vu qu’elle est son unique sujet. Elle réussit à donner à chaque fois une nouvelle dimension à l’autoportrait. Les autoportraits surréalistes d'un adolescent de 14 ans L’imaginaire de Zev alias Fiddle Oak À 14 ans, Zev, allias Fiddle Oak, s’est déjà fait remarqué par ses photos teintées d’une grande imagination et d’un univers surréaliste. Par ses autoportraits ce jeune adolescent nous entraine dans son imaginaire ou comme Peter Pan il nous transporte dans un voyage magique. Le thème récurrent : le jeu sur les rapports de taille. Madeline Von Foerster's Earthly Concerns Madeline von Foerster has been described by premier American biologist Edward O. Wilson as an artist "who brings new imagery and a novel approach to conservation," playing an important role in the artistic community's ability to promote environmental consciousness and engage the public in a vital dialogue concerning humanity's place in and impact on nature. Although her paintings are stylistically linked to the techniques and content of the Flemish Renaissance masters, her work is nonetheless intensely relevant to the modern world, depicting issues of deforestation, endangered species, and war. by Laura Hines

Andrew Lyman photography Andrew Lyman is an artist living, working, and attending school in Savannah, US for the time being. Lyman is driven to create and learn from his daily experiences and his immense group of inspired friends. We unveil his Fleeted Happenings project below, as the most outstanding from his portfolio

50 banques d’images gratuites (et légales)… Si vous aimez le design et que vous pratiquez votre passion dans le plus strict respect des lois, alors les banques d’images gratuites, ça doit vous connaitre. Histoire de bien faire les choses, je vous propose donc de découvrir 50 adresses de sites qui risquent de s’avérer plutôt utiles. Alors la liste n’est pas exhaustive, c’est sûr, mais c’est déjà pas mal.

Les fleuves islandais vus du ciel: des images superbes et irréelles [PHOTOS] Voilà des vues aériennes des fleuves et rivières volcaniques d’Islande, prises par Andre Ermolaev et relayées par le magazine Pacific Standard. Sur le site My Modern Met, Andre Ermoleav explique que l’Islande est «un vrai paradis pour tous les amoureux de la photo. Mais la vraie découverte pour moi, c’est la vue d’avion des rivières coulant le long du sable noir, volcanique. C’est une combinaison inexprimable de couleurs, de lignes et de motifs».

Franco Brambilla Julien Gremaud - double exposition Julien Gremaud 'Once blown up to large-scale photographic prints, these double images become haunting monuments to a paradoxical world where the very notion of an objective media comes into question. Gremaud purposefully presents double images that create a contradiction from within: an idyllic holiday scene mixed together with a destroyed cityscape, or an image of mourners overlooking a mass grave juxtaposed with a photograph of a hectic media scrum.'

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