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the need to jump

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the need to jump - some philosophy about human behavior with photographs by Victor Bezrukov
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Why do we love to jump ?  
May be this way we want to express our happiness and this happiness gives us a sense of the wings behind the back?
Another version says that we always wanted to be free like birds – to have ability to fly with no limits and feeling of gravity.
But my favorite version that we are very far ancestors of the space travelers who have lost their starry way.
Our jumping is just pathetic association with the happiness of foretaste of opportunity to climb high – to return home.

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only lensbaby one week photography project

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only lensbaby one week photography project by Victor Bezrukov the goal of this personal project is dedication to only one photo lens and creative thinking improvement photography, photographer

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only lensbaby one week photography project by Victor Bezrukov the goal of this personal project is dedication to only one photo lens and creative thinking improvement photography, photographer

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the short life of shadow

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the short life of shadow - some reflections about adding the shadows to my photography is just great way to add more geometry created by this confrontation of the light and shade, to add more contrasts with the difference between the highlighted...
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Victor Bezrukov's curator insight, June 28, 2013 6:34 AM

adding the shadows to my photography is just great way to add more geometry created by this confrontation of the light and shade,  to add more contrasts with the difference between the highlighted and shadowed territory of the image.  ”Expose for the Shadows – Develop for the Highlights” and forget about what is contained in the shaded areas – one of the main rules in my post-processing.

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Formula 1 in Jerusalem - Photographer's log by Victor Bezrukov

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Formula 1 in Jerusalem in Photographer's log by Victor Bezrukov this time my attention to the people and not to the fast vehicles
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 You can believe or not, but Formula 1 in Jerusalem – two days show very close to the ancient walls of the Old City. What the walls can say about ? They experienced the Byzantine Empire, Capture by Herod, Ottoman Empire, Crusaders period, British Mandate and a few other regimes. I guess that screeching engines and the smell of burnt tires of Formula 1 is not a big deal 

 i was interested in people !!

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how to break the rules and to stay alive

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how to break the rules and bring more feeling of Street to the Street Photography.
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I find myself very busy last time with a few ideas and few drafts of partially written pages and posts, but everything still brews in my head and nothing coming to the finishing line. May be i’ll finish something today!I think a lot about some wrong influence that i got from the part of Hard Core Street photographers. I think that this happened exactly a few month before the Google+ invited me to the Beta version, when “Street Photographer” and “Streettogs” terms have appeared at the Topics of many articles and posts of different blogs. In these Articles were clearly spelled out the “real rules” of the “real” street photography:
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Documentary Work by Israel based Artist.

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This series of photographs are taken during my first visit to Jisr az-Zarqa, Jisr az-Zarqa - the Arab town in Israel that is located almost in the middle of the country. I visited this small town with the group of other Israel's photographers with idea to document the life of the people of this town I have a lot of images to continue this album, just ste by step - frame by frame. Black and white photography, street photography, street life.

 Photographer Victor Bezrukov, Israel


Via Marc-André Pauzé
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analog

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Analog Photography - Homemade negative film developing Hasselblad 500cm and Planar 80mm lens, Pentax Spotmatic with Asahi 50mm f1.4 lens, Holga 120GN

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Victor Bezrukov's curator insight, June 26, 2013 12:31 AM

Analog Photography - Homemade negative film developing Hasselblad 500cm and Planar 80mm lens, Pentax Spotmatic with Asahi 50mm f1.4 lens, Holga 120GN

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only lensbaby – one week project

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only lensbaby one week project by Victor Bezrukov the goal of this personal project is dedication to only one photo lens and creative thinking improvement
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 My personal photography project - one week with only one lens attached to camera. Lensbaby Composer - dreamy and not usual one - was my choice.

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