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Jon Uriarte’s Photographs Of Men Wearing Their Girlfriends’ Clothes

Jon Uriarte’s Photographs Of Men Wearing Their Girlfriends' Clothes

Jon Uriarte’s Photographs Of Men Wearing Their Girlfriends’ Clothes

Spanish photographer Jon Uriarte’s series The Men Under the Influence features photographs of men wearing the clothes of their girlfriends or wives. nike homme The images are shot in the homes shared by the couple. nike air max 2017 goedkoop Uriarte shows ideas of gender through clothing, air max as the men wear outfits that would be considered feminine, Nike Air Max 2016 Heren grijs including dresses and sandals.

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Multiple Exposure Photos of Women and Flowers by Lara Kiosses

Multiple Exposure Photos of Women and Flowers by Lara Kiosses

Multiple Exposure Photos of Women and Flowers by Lara Kiosses

Paris-based photographer Lara Kiosses‘ wonderful photo series entitled Romantic Collection features stunning multiple exposure photos that overlay women with flowers. The dreamlike images, masterfully blend delicate blossoms with the curves and faces of women. The result is a gorgeous fusion of nature and human and an expression of the beauty of femininity.

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Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Oleg Oprisco, a talented photographer from Lviv, Ukraine creates images of elegant women in magical and stunning fairy tale-like settings. There’s one difference though that sets him apart from most photographers, Oprisco shoots using an old $50 film camera.

And because he shoots with film means that everything you in these photos had to be created exactly that way. “I’ve found it ideal to do everything myself. I come up with a concept, create the clothing, choose the location and direct the hair and makeup,” Oprisco explained in an interview with Bored Panda. “Before shooting, I plan the overall color scheme. According to the chosen palette, I select clothes, props, location, etc, making sure that all of it plays within a single color range.” He uses Kiev 6C and Kiev 88 cameras with medium-format film and a variety of lenses.

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

Stunning Surreal Photos Taken With An Old $50 Film Camera

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Portraits of Tokyo’s Most Rebellious Fashion Icons

Portraits of Tokyo's Most Rebellious Fashion Icons

Portraits of Tokyo’s Most Rebellious Fashion Icons

New York-based photographer Thomas C. Card turns the camera on some of the most fashionable and fierce females in Tokyo. In the spring of 2012, Card traveled to Tokyo to document the city’s vibrant street fashion scene. Started in the early 1990s, Japanese fashion tribes sprung up as young people, particularly women, began to rebel against traditional Japanese culture. Instead of taking photos of these women on Tokyo’s busy streets, like in the famous district of Harajuku, he brought his subjects indoors – into a more quiet and intimate environment, his studio.

These fascinating photos have all been assembled into one book called Tokyo Adorned, which was released just ten days ago. Comprised of 132 striking color photographs, Tokyo Adorned is an oversized 12.5 by 15 inch hardcover book that gives us a window into one highly creative world. Set against an all white backdrop, the women and their complicated outfits, with their loud colors and crazy patterns, seem to pop off the page.

As the book states, “The neon, pastels, bows, and vibrant prints of Tokyo’s fashion tribes are unmistakable, outrageous, and fun. Recognized around the world, with huge online followings, the city’s style icons are photographed here against white backgrounds, revealing a new dimen­sion of personality and emotion in these remarkable individuals. Portraits include fashion icon Kumamiki—the vision behind the Party Baby movement and clothing brand—who has a growing global online following, as well as personalities such as Chocomelo, Saki Kurumi, and Haruka Kurebayashi.”

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The Labour Process by Jenna Shouldice

The Labour Process by Jenna Shouldice

The Labour Process by Jenna Shouldice

Warning! Contains mature content.

The Labour Process is a photography series that sprung out of an idea of documenting the beauty of laboring women by photographer Jenna Shouldice. These photographs were made all across Canada participated by different women giving birth in a combination of home or hospital settings. Some of these women were cared by midwives and some by doctors and nurses. It features the moments before birth, the mothers’ pains, the push and at last the little angel out in the world.

Shouldice has a big love for people and a strong draw towards women’s issues. She trained as a Doula in 2011 to further her birth related work and spends a lot of time in the birthing community. Her photography project is an ongoing series and is not limited by geographical location.

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Keep Her Unnoticed by Maria Falconer

Keep Her Unnoticed by Maria Falconer

Keep Her Unnoticed by Maria Falconer

The Keep Her Unnoticed photography project by photographer Maria Falconer is a body of work surrounding the subject of domestic violence. This project shows the fear, violence and low self-esteem that women experience after being in an abusive relationship.

Falconer used body languages to portray emotional aspects into her images. In the above image shows a woman is slung over a banister along with the other possessions a man has left there, just like an object waiting to be used. In another image, we can see a woman falling in a train track, an action that suggests powerlessness and lack of confidence.

“Photography is not just a job, it’s my passion; The camera is not just a mirror, it’’s a creative tool; Creativity plus passion equals unique images.” – Maria Falconer

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Naked Truth by Jerry Avenaim

Naked Truth by Jerry Avenaim

Naked Truth by Jerry Avenaim

Jerry Avenaim started his career in photography as an assistant to legendary photographer Patrick Demarchelier. Upon pursuing his own course, his first assignment was a Vogue cover of Cindy Crawford. Going out to Milan, he began to work for Vogue Italia under the direction of Editor in chief Franca Sozzani.

Avenaim began photographing celebrities when he moved to Loas Angeles and immediately fell in love with the genre. In the last decade Avenaim’s resume of mega watt stars reads like a who’s who of Hollywood.

Jerry Avenaim is also deeply inspired by what he calls “soul cleansing” works. This includes his photo project The Naked Truth – a series of naked women – which has been published in the Playboy magazine.

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