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Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

These are snapshots of New York based photographer Sean Lynch using his Kodak EIR film turning the mountain ranges and landscapes of the Annapurna Himalayan Range in Nepal into an something spread of pink acid-tinged grass and cotton candy trees. Oakley pas cher Mountains and valleys mimic rugs and coral reefs, adidas nmd schoenen guiding the viewer through a different view of Nepal.

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Alison Turner’s New Zealand “Vanscapes”

Alison Turner's New Zealand "Vanscapes"

Alison Turner’s New Zealand “Vanscapes”

Artist and photographer Alison Turner documents life as seen through a car window. Asics Gel Lyte 3 Pas Cher Turner has been traveling the country in a van for years, Nike Air Max 2016 Dames along with her camera and her dog, ray ban homme pas cher Max. In this series, entitled Vanscapes, fjallraven kanken soldes she to New Zealand to spend three weeks traveling and documenting the countryside.

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Fantastical Illustrations of Animal Spirits by Alexandra Khitrova

Fantastical Illustrations of Animal Spirits by Alexandra Khitrova

Fantastical Illustrations of Animal Spirits by Alexandra Khitrova

Russian artist Alexandra Khitrova creates soft, Sac À Dos Fjallraven Kanken dreamlike works featuring the brilliant sky and the animal spirits who inhabit it. sneakers blanc Homme Asics We see an owl, nike tn requin bison, fjallraven kanken large 20 L elephants, Cheap Fjallraven Kanken Outlet whales and even jelly fish floating over the landscape below.

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National Geographic Photographer Tribute to Ansel Adams

National Geographic Photographer Tribute to Ansel Adams

National Geographic Photographer Tribute to Ansel Adams

National Geographic photographer Peter Essick pays tribute to the master of landscape photography, kanken Ansel Adams who died 30 years ago. sac fjällräven kånken Essick revisited the High Sierras to photograph the same sights that Adams captured several decades ago. air max homme pas cher The result is a series of breathtaking images published in the book The Ansel Adams Wilderness,

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Paul Zizka Shoots Silhouetted Selfies in Breathtaking Landscapes

Paul Zizka Shoots Silhouetted Selfies in Breathtaking Landscapes

Paul Zizka Shoots Silhouetted Selfies in Breathtaking Landscapes

Canadian photographer Paul Zizka not only captures beautiful landscapes in the Canadian landscapes but he also creates unique silhouetted portraits of himself that bring “selfies” to a higher level. Instead of simply capturing shots of the landscapes, Zizka sets his camera on a tripod, sets the timer, and quickly runs into the shot for a spectacular self-portrait.

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Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House by Manuel Cosentino

 Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House by Manuel Cosentino

Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House by Manuel Cosentino

Photographers have a penchant for finding beauty in simple things – it’s their talent, and Italian photographer Manuel Cosentino is sure one of them. The subject of the project Behind a Little House is a tiny house positioned on an unnamed hill. Cosentino photographed the small residence for two years, capturing dramatic change of weather patterns that took place within the horizon just beyond the little house.

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Aerial and Fashion Photography Mashups by Joseph Ford

Aerial and Fashion Photography Mashups by Joseph Ford

Aerial and Fashion Photography Mashups by Joseph Ford

Joseph Ford is a talented photographer who was born in London in 1978. He began taking pictures while he was doing his degree in French and Italian at the University of Cambridge. He writes on his official blog “I work regularly with a team of stylists, hair/makeup artists, casting directors; location finders, animal handlers and production managers, and I can source people to coordinate all elements of a shoot.”

Aerial landscape photography and fashion photography hardly go together in most peoples’ minds, but not with Ford’s series of Aerial mashups. The whole series is actually made up of two photo projects done for two different magazines.

Creating these photographs was not easy. Although they selected landscapes and clothes that would go well together, the clothes had to be lit just right to match the landscapes and the fashion photos took as long as 12 hours to properly set up and shoot. There was almost no retouching done to the images at all except for some color balance tweaks.

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Aerial Landscape Photography by Bernhard Edmaier

Aerial Landscape Photography by Bernhard Edmaier

Aerial Landscape Photography by Bernhard Edmaier

Bernhard Edmaier is a German photographer, geologist, and author. A strange combination, but he uses these skills to capture breathtaking landscapes from high up in the sky. Edmaier is already a geologist before he made photography passion 20 years ago and founded a photographic agency ‘Geophot – Pictures of the Earth’.

His knowledge in geology helps him to present the manifold colours, forms and structures which the Earth has created without man’s interference using aerial photography. The picture above is the famous Yellowstone’s hot springs. Mats of heat-loving bacteria and algae, which hold carotene, colour the sinter crust and the channels orange and brown.

Driven by his perennial interest in natural phenomena, Bernhard Edmaier travels extensively to deserted and still untouched corners of the globe to gather material for his books and other photographic projects.

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Iceland Landscapes by Snorri Gunnarsson

Iceland Landscapes by Snorri Gunnarsson

Iceland Landscapes by Snorri Gunnarsson

Some parts of the world has its share of beautiful landscapes and one if them is Iceland. Reykjavik based photographer Snorri Gunnarsson has captured breathtaking photos of what this place has to offer. It is not easy to take these kind of shots bu Gunnarsson make it seem easy.

Years back, he ran a photographic company in Columbia, focusing on advertising and studio photography. He was also a freelance photojournalist for Victoria Times Colonist and Peninsula News Review as well as magazines like Boulevard, Fathers Quarterly Japan, Photolife, Photoshop and Gardenwize.

In 2010, he moved back home to Iceland and photographs for various companies and advertising agencies.

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The Ballerina Project by Dane Shitagi

The Ballerina Project by Dane Shitagi

The Ballerina Project by Dane Shitagi

The Ballerina Project is an ongoing photo project started by New York City based photographer Dane Shitagi 12 years ago. The series features hundreds of ballerinas set against New York City landscapes. This project grew from the idea of NYC as magnet for creativity. It is a collaborative work of dance, fashion, design and photography all put in one.

According to Shitagi, “Crafted over the span of ten years the Ballerina Project is not “dance photography” but an etching of a ballerinas heart and emotions. Every aspect of the Ballerina Project is carefully crafted and cultivated. The majority of ballerinas who have posed for the project are professional dancers and the minority are advanced ballet students in renown dance schools.”

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Infected Landscape by Shai Kremer

Infected Landscapes by Shai Kremer

Infected Landscapes by Shai Kremer

In 1999, Israeli photographer Shai Kremer started photographing the ominous traces of the military on the landscapes of Israel and on their society. Her pictures reflect the trauma and resulting damages in living in a world of conflict and war, it also warns of the permanent effects in the people’s lives.

Kremer’s images are often attractive, aesthetic, innocent and poetic. These landscapes, infected with sediments and fragments of the ongoing conflict, becomes a platform of discussion. These photographs attract the viewer and then challenges him to reflect on their meaning and implications.

As written by Sverker Svorlin, “Military landscapes are collective memories. They remind us that political violence has a spatiality and that it can be found also amongst landscape that we have learned to love. Giving these military landscapes some visibility may therefore be an act of peace.”

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Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Images are powerful. They tell stories, even the most interesting and disturbing ones.

Nick Brandt has been spending the last decade documenting the transforming landscape of Africa and its wildlife due to the actions of human beings. In his photography project Across the Ravaged Land, the final part in his trilogy book, he documented the disappearing nature and animals of East Africa.

He included humans in his photography for the first time in this book – poachers killing for profit. Among his images are the famous Elephants of Amboseli, Lions in Serengeti, and the perfectly preserved creatures calcified by the salts of the Rift Valley soda lake where he arranges them to appear as though they were alive.

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Nature is my Kingdom by Di Fruscia

Nature is my Kingdom by Di Fruscia

Nature is my Kingdom by Di Fruscia

“The world is wonderfully captured within each of your pictures,” says a fan of Di Fruscia in his blog. Indeed, Di Fruscia is into fine art nature and landscape photography and every capture of his lens is equal to a wonderful landscape and nature shot that is sure to amaze his clients and his fans as can be seen in his Nature is my Kingdom photography project.

His inclination to nature is the effect of him being raised early in the countryside and away from the city. His love for arts was also influenced by his parents and has grown throughout the years. His father, Joseph, was a professional photographer while his mother, Michele, was a painter and an interior designer.

Ever since he decided to turn photography into a true passion, he had won numerous awards and his works were published in magazines, travel guides, etc and has been displayed in respectable companies like Kodak and National Geographic.

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