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Annie Leibovitz

Annie Leibovitz
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Jesar The Southwest Gas annual report Credits: David Wooters - creative director, Justin Keller- art director, Heiko Klug - illustrator. Designed while employed at Stoyan Design. Infographic Reveals the 30 Most Influential Photographers Across the Web More so than just about any other form of content, the Internet lives and breathes images. So it’s only natural photographers — and photography as a whole — have an inherit grasp on exploiting the networking, publishing and sharing capabilities the World Wide Web has to offer. There’s also no denying that some have learned to exploit it better than others, and so WiFi SD Card Maker EyeFi teamed up with marketing agency Evolve!

Martin Parr Books by MP / Artist Books by MP / Papers and Zines by MP / Books edited by MP Bad Weather, 1982 Calderdale Photographs, 1984 Cinematic portrait photography by David Olkarny David Olkarny was born on December 17, 1987 in Brussels. He has been into various forms of arts and creative outlets ever since he can remember. By the age of 18 his true passion was revealed to him… the cinema. It allowed him to better grasp concepts such as space and color, and it allowed him to stage his own view of the world.

Bodyscapes: Creating Landscape Photos With the Human Body Carl Warner isn’t your typical landscape photographer. Where most would take to the outdoors, the London-based photog creates landscapes in his studio. Previously, we shared his surreal photo series Foodscapes: landscapes created using all manner of edible products. The Photographers You Idolize Are No Better Than You We look up to other people in all aspects of our lives. Most of us admire our parents or an older sibling. We desire to be like those who have "made it" like actors, musicians, or wealthy business owners.

Eamonn Doyle Born in Dublin in 1969, Eamonn Doyle graduated with a Diploma in Photography from IADT in 1991. He spent much of the next twenty years producing music and working in the independent music business, founding the Dublin Electronic Arts Festival (DEAF) alongside the record labels D1 Recordings and Dead Elvis. He returned to photography in 2008. His debut photobook i, described by Martin Parr as 'the best street photo book in a decade' was published in March 2014. Most of his work is produced in and around the Dublin city centre location where he has lived for the past 20 years. Gallery representation: Michael Hoppen Gallery, London

25 Creative Packaging Designs That Practically Sell Themselves We often consider the products we use and their packaging to be two separate things – the product is the thing we want, and its packaging is a piece of trash to be thrown away. These 30 ingenious packaging designs, however, prove that a well-designed package can complement or even enhance the product it was designed to carry. [Read more...] Winners · Sigma Canada Grand Prize Winner Doug Hagadorn Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM Congratulations to Doug Hagadorn of St. Joana Choumali - Emotions a Nu Being naked this is nothing to hide Words are not even needed Because the body speaks for itself. —Victor Lévy Beaulieu "Emotions à nu" is a series of female portraits, each without a face.

Justice *Note - This is an Archived course* This is a past/archived course. At this time, you can only explore this course in a self-paced fashion. Sally Mann’s Exposure In September 1992, I published my third book of photographs, “Immediate Family.” The book contained 60 photographs from a decade-­long series of more than 200 pictures of my children, Emmett, Jessie and Virginia, who were about 6, 4 and 1 when I started the project. The photographs show them going about their lives, sometimes without clothing, on our farm tucked into the Virginia hills. For miles in all directions, there was not a breathing soul. When we were on the farm, we were isolated, not just by geography but by the primitive living conditions: no electricity, no running water and, of course, no computer, no phone. Out of a conviction that my lens should remain open to the full scope of their childhood, and with the willing, creative participation of everyone involved, I photographed their triumphs, confusion, harmony and isolation, as well as the hardships that tend to befall children — bruises, vomit, bloody noses, wet beds — all of it.

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