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A Happy Two-Legged Runs Playfully At The Beach

A Happy Two-Legged Runs Playfully At The Beach

A Happy Two-Legged Runs Playfully At The Beach

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Kids Photography by Elena Karneeva

Kids Photography by Elena Karneeva

Kids Photography by Elena Karneeva

Moscow-based children’s photographer Elena Karneeva sees something special in each child and captures each magic moment in the children’s life. It’s all about learning to see the world through the eyes of a child. And sometimes, Karneeva takes hours before she can can take that prefect shot, but the effort is worth it as the resulting images are unique and beautiful, just like every child is.

According to her, “When photographing children it is important to dive into the world of childhood, to anticipate and feel the movement of the child, understand his motivation. To be a children’s photographer – so learn to look at the world through the eyes of a child. And most importantly – do not spare the time, after a successful picture is often necessary to wait for hours”

While anyone with a digital camera can take a picture of a baby and a dog, Elena takes great pains to get the perfect shot.

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Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

A gifted conceptual photographer and a father, Adrian Sommeling beautifully and creatively integrates the aspects of his life into his photo concepts. His photos are imaginative and tell stories and his six year old son is the star in every image.

Dutch photographer Sommeling was inspired by seeing the world through the eyes of his 6-year-old son. “He likes to pose as a model for my creations, as long as I want to play with him after that. I’m happy he can focus for a long period of time when he has to act. Many children that are in front of the camera can only concentrate for a few minutes.”

By using unique post processing and HDR techniques, Sommeling has found a very creative style of story telling. With only a couple of years of professional photography, he sure is gaining popularity in the photography industry.

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The Dreamkeepers by Polixeni Papapetrou

The Dreamkeepers by Polixeni Papapetrou

The Dreamkeepers by Polixeni Papapetrou

The Dreamkeepers photography project by Polixeni Papapetrou explores an unknown filled with dreams, fears and hopes. Papapetrou created a space for transformation for the children as they transitioned from childhood to adolescence. This space is part fantasy and part reality.

Papapetrou’s photography practice has involved collaboration with her children and their friends for over a decade. The subjects in this photo project are her own children, aged 13 and 15. She became interested in reflecting upon the transition of one phase of life to another. In this project, Papapetrou used the technique of collapsing the life cycle into one body. It is both a representation of youth and the aged and a meditation on being itself.

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Disturbing Dolls by Rebekka Gudleifs

Disturbing Dolls by Rebekka Gudleifs

Disturbing Dolls by Rebekka Gudleifs

Rebekka Gudleifs has a unique idea of capturing dolls as if they were living. Her bizarre photography project shows dolls depicted as babies, ladies, taking a bath and one even showed a doll giving birth complete with fake blood and cord.

Its as if they became human and was given life through her pictures.

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Matt Stuart Shoots People by Matt Stuart

Matt Stuart Shoots People

Matt Stuart Shoots People by Matt Stuart

An interest in street photography-particularly in London streets, a fascination with people and how they live their lives is what drives Matt Stuart to create this photography project. The subjects in his photos are merely strangers going on in their everyday pattern of life.

Today, in a world where almost everything is fake or photoshopped, the idea of street photography, where people capture raw moments- what is in the street, the park or the museum and showing that this actually existed is I think more significant than ever.

Stuart says in one of his interviews that he was often mistaken as a paparazzi. Over the years he learned what to do and what not to do. He may look like a stalker but his intentions are not invading privacy but rather exposing the truth in the streets.

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