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Vaso De Agua - Image Blog Aperture Foundation - Photography Publisher and Center for the Photography Community Photography Ideas Professional Website Creative Famous Photographers Commercial ONE EYELAND Exposición fotográfica | Almeria Idas y Venidas Del 21 al 27 de Abril: “Exposición IDAS Y VENIDAS” Imágenes de los almerienses que tuvieron que irse y de los que acaban de llegar. Carpa del Puerto (Junto al edificio de la Autoridad Portuaria) Fotos de: Las Idas La Asociación Almeriense de Inmigrantes Retornados (ASADER) se mostró entusiasmada con la idea desde el primer momento. Las fotografías, tomadas y cedidas por los propios emigrantes almerienses, nos muestran la vida cotidiana de esos cientos de miles de paisanos que tuvieron que vivir a miles de kilómetros la experiencia que hoy viven otros tantos al lado de nuestras casas. Las Venidas Hace ahora medio año, el Foro Social de Almería abrió un espacio en Flickr llamado “Revelados de Almería“, en él invitábamos a utilizar la fotografía como “arma cargada de futuro”. Allí descubrimos las fotos de John Perivolaris un excelente fotógrafo y una persona comprometida con los que sufren la globalización de la sobreexplotación y la miseria. Maribel Martinez, es otra asidua de “Rebelados”.

180 style art fashion design December 2012 Have Faith in Summer: Bri Johnson Chasing Black Crows: Hannah Mai Los Angeles Streets: Niccolò Chimenti Short and Wet: Quentin Caffier Man With a Plan: Brandon Haynes PSIHO!: Igor Lazic Décadence: Nicholas Hayward Lethal Combination: Mauro Lopes Bodily Fiction: Marcelo Carretto Montevideo: Kim Taylor November 2012 Already Spoken: Charles Grogg Bohemian: Amélie Gagné Firewood: Jessica Tremp Wild Flower: Michal Greg Interference Plaid: Robyn Thompson Paper Ghosts: Joanna Pallaris Adventures: Alexis Mire Summer Crosley Re:Versed: Nica Junker Swim to Fashion: Louis Lander Deacon Train sEt St. October 2012 The Toys Factory: Manfredi Gioacchini It's Personal: Jocelyn Allen Life and Light: Guenter Knop Live Inside This: Eric Antoine Home Chemistry: Bart Hess Flash/Life: Giangiacomo Pepe New Parts: Laura Durán Durán Sabine: Brian Hart Reckless Unbound: Christy Lee Rogers Maille Call: Herman Miller Lingering: Kim Taylor Lukasz

Emotions « Masters of photography Brian Hopper Cristina Garzone Damir Sagol Dar Yasin Dar Yasin Dar Yasin David Goldman Can Cetin Caren Firouz Chris Osborne Chris Robbins prism | photography magazine | let the light in Le Bal Coyas - Descendents of the Incas Luis Martin started his photography career in 1970. He is dedicated to documentary photography in his country. He lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Luis Martin's project chronicles the lives of the Coyas, people of the Andes mountains of South America, chiefly known for their oral tradition that has been preserved through the generations. Luis Martin began his project about the Coyas in 1990. "Many years later, I am returning to finish what I had started. "The life in these small villages, which are spread along the creek (hence the name "quebradeños"), is one of true cultural inheritance. "My first impression of this region was one of awe as, before this, I had never encountered a place with such richness of customs," says Martin. This first experience led Martin to visit Tilcara and its surrounding areas at least nine more times.

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