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2014: The Year in Photos, January – April

As the 12 months will come to a close, it is time to consider a appear back at some of the most unforgettable events and photos of 2014. Between the activities lined in this essay (the very first of a three-element image summary of the year): Protests that drove Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych from place… Keep Reading

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Max Zorn Crafts Brilliant Scenes From Packing Tape

&#13 &#13 &#thirteen &#13 &#thirteen &#13 E-mail&#thirteen &#13 Most road artists take the simple fact that when evening falls, their work will also fade into nothingness. Not so for Max Zorn. To maintain his creations from disappearing beneath the veil of the Amsterdam night time, Zorn invoked avenue lamps and a minor ingenuity. Zorn incorporates… Keep Reading

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Editors’ Choice: Gear of the Year 2014

Our yearly sellection of the gear that is generating an affect on the traits in pictures. See previous&nbspEditors’ Selection functions&nbspMost Intriguing Equipment of 2013 and Ten Instruments That Reshaped Images in 2012.&nbsp Ideal Photobooks of the Year 2014 2014 Gift Guidebook Equipment Trend: 4K-Capturing Cameras Editors&#039 Selection: Gear of the 12 months 2014 American Picture:… Keep Reading

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Quiet lake by Rune Askeland

Peaceful lake by Rune Askeland Re-edit of an picture from late April 2013, I have experimented with to make the shades in the reflections a bit a lot more like the relaxation. Hope you like it. Rune Askeland: Photos 500px: Keep Reading

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Candy Land by Mark Metternich

Sweet Land by Mark Metternich Taken for the duration of 1 of my Southwest WORKSHOPS, about a 7 days back. Movie TUTORIALS. Fb. On this night, taking pictures aspect by aspect my customer, we ended up welcomed by some of the weirdest mild we both experienced witnessed in a whilst. What created it all the… Keep Reading

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4 Joseph Stalin Facts That Will Surprise You

&#thirteen &#13 &#13 &#thirteen &#thirteen &#thirteen E-mail&#13 &#13 Wait—he’s sporting sun shades in his mugshot?!?! Resource: Reddit Josef Stalin was the Adolf Hitler of bloodthirsty dictators. For in excess of thirty several years, he wrote internet pages of Russian historical past in blood, and when he died he left a large cigarette smoking crater in… Keep Reading

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What If Wes Anderson Directed The Latest “Star Wars” Installment?

&#thirteen &#13 &#thirteen &#thirteen &#thirteen &#thirteen Electronic mail&#13 &#thirteen This previous week the World wide web clamored soon after witnessing a trailer for the latest Star Wars installment. Extraordinary ample in its possess correct, we can’t help but wonder just what “Star Wars: The Pressure Awakens” might appear like if produced by our preferred oddball… Keep Reading

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Photos of the Week: 11/29-12/05

This week we have nationwide protests about the failure to indict law enforcement officers in the fatalities of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, Hurricane Hagupit approaching the Philippines, the most complete Stegosaurus fossil at any time found, demonic Perchten on the march, the United kingdom Xmas Tree Throwing Championships, the profitable check start of the… Keep Reading

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Guided by the Light by Michael Shainblum

Guided by the Mild by Michael Shainblum *Ideal seen on black* I took a nice experience above to Davenport Seashore for sunset with Toby Harriman. On the far remaining side of the beach front is the amazing Davenport Crack, it was beautiful to say the the very least. I would have been happy just scouting… Keep Reading

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Best Photobooks of the Year 2014

What makes a image book fantastic? “It has to embody originality and, eventually, be a thing of splendor, a function of art,” wrote exceptional-e-book vendor Andrew Roth in his seminal selection, The Ebook of a hundred and one Publications, a lot more than a 10 years back. We concur. The subsequent fifty four guides meet… Keep Reading

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New York’s Chinatown in the Early 1980s

From 1981 to 1984, photographer Bud Glick worked on a photography task as component of the New York Chinatown Heritage Project, now the Museum of Chinese in The united states. An more mature Chinatown generation was being replaced by a swiftly increasing new influx of immigrants. His objective was to document the transformation from an… Keep Reading

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Photojournalism of the Month: November 2014

Our Photojournalism of the Month gallery highlights times of extraordinary documentary photography, curated from the daily output of wire photographers from around the entire world. Want more photojournalism? Photojournalism of the Month: Oct 2014 Photojournalism of the Thirty day period: September 2014 Photojournalism of the Month: August 2014 read a lot more Keep Reading

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The Bicycle’s Deadly History

&#thirteen &#thirteen &#13 &#thirteen &#13 &#thirteen Email&#thirteen &#13 An true advertisement from the Victorian era that utilised a nude woman to supposedly marketplace the penny farthing bicycle to females, even however handful of females rode them Resource: Barntique Retailer It might surprise you to learn that the background of the bicycle doesn’t really commence with… Keep Reading

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On the Wall: December 2014

In pictures, modern day work is a relocating concentrate on. In the course of the very first 50 % of the 20th century, photogra­phers experimented with radical new approaches to illustration and abstraction to condition modern­ist imagery. Departing from the conventions of pictorialism, these photos emphasized sharp emphasis, easy documenta­tion of modern day lifestyle, and… Keep Reading

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