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I really like the "Concert" and "City & Architecture" categories. The former shows the passion, engagement, and passion, etc. Let viewers' feel the concert atmosphere. The latter is full of color. The ways to show each city is unique as well.
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Almost all of the winning photos have stories behind, that's the way should be. Unfortunately, some of those stories are quite sad.
The National Portrait Gallery/BT Road to 2012 Project celebrates those who are collectively making the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games happen. Brian...
Mr Griffin's perspective on "the double inspiration", the relationship betweeen Painting and Photography reinforces my belief of photographers should pay more attention, or appreciate painting. The example that Griffin mentioned is an elaboration why painting is important to photographers.
A picture is worth a thousand words, but not all pictures are created equal. The pictures we usually feature on Bored Panda can be cute, beautiful, funny, or enchanting, but these pictures are powerful.
Zaida John walked for 30 days from Gabanit. She is in her 20s. 30,000 men, women and children from Sudan's Blue Nile State sought an end to nine months of terror and trauma when they crossed the border into neighboring South Sudan.
http://www.shannon-jensen.com/#/0/ You might want to check out the photographer, Shannon Jensen's website. There are 9 projects that she did in Africa. Documenting ppl's life there.
If you like street photography, you’ve probably heard of Thomas Leuthard. He lives in Switzerland and, although he hasn’t been on the street photography scene for very long, he’s made quite a name for himself in the community worldwide.
British photographer Alison Gibson has a knack for making images appear self-fulfilled. The emotional yet highly restrained moments look weightless and unburdened, seemingly caught in their natural state, as if taken by the ether.
Good to know how photographers create the mood by considering every aspect, times, direction of the light.