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Bjørn Wad "Simple. Clean. Honest?"

Bjørn Wad "Simple. Clean. Honest?" | Photography | Scoop.it

For Bjørn Wad photography is a passion that occupies his thinking. He loves the whole creative process from the ideas, making sketches and lighting.


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25 Beautiful Butterfly Pictures

25 Beautiful Butterfly Pictures | Photography | Scoop.it
Butterflies are excellent subjects for photography.
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The Top Six Design Tips for Beautiful, Shareable Word Images

The Top Six Design Tips for Beautiful, Shareable Word Images | Photography | Scoop.it
With these top six design tips, you'll learn to create beautiful word images that people will want to share.
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Tommy Ingberg "Surreal Photo Montages"

Tommy Ingberg "Surreal Photo Montages" | Photography | Scoop.it

Swedish visual artist and photographer Tommy Ingberg seeks to engage the observer in an inner dialog with his suprising surrealist photo montages.


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The Art of Creative Photography's curator insight, January 21, 2014 9:39 AM

“Well planned and photographed source pictures are a much better option than doing excessive work in Photoshop; in my opinion camera work will always have better quality and look better than something put together in Photoshop." Tommy Ingberg

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London in Puddles #art #photography #water #puddles #reflection #buildings #architecture #London

London in Puddles #art #photography #water #puddles #reflection #buildings #architecture #London | Photography | Scoop.it
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Forms and Functions of Photobooks (Part 1) | Conscientious Photography Magazine

Forms and Functions of Photobooks (Part 1) | Conscientious Photography Magazine | Photography | Scoop.it

The physical form and shape of a photobook matter immensely. Photobooks are objects, designed to be looked at, to be handled, to be stored. This is a fairly obvious statement. 


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Mario Pires's curator insight, July 16, 2014 10:15 AM

"The question ultimately is: does the concept of this book require the use of gatefolds, which will have the viewer interact with the book in a very specific way, and which will drive up production costs?"

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#Photographs of #Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered #Mirrors by Bing Wright #art #colour #glass

#Photographs of #Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered #Mirrors by Bing Wright #art #colour #glass | Photography | Scoop.it
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This is way cool. I have got to try it.

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Infrared Film Transforms the Arctic

Infrared Film Transforms the Arctic | Photography | Scoop.it
Inspired by Richard Mosse’s infrared work, NYC-based photographer Daniel Zvereff made sure to get his hands on some of the last remaining stock of expired Kodak Aerochrome film in 120 format.

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Amazing Colors. Surreal.

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James Johnston's curator insight, March 23, 2014 5:21 PM

I love infrared photography. Someday I get the gear to shoot  infrared correctly.

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Surreal Door Installations by Nicole Evans and Pat Farrell | Colossal

Surreal Door Installations by Nicole Evans and Pat Farrell | Colossal | Photography | Scoop.it
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Beautiful colors.

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Lee Jeffries: Homeless

Lee Jeffries: Homeless | Photography | Scoop.it

"If you will forgive my indulgence, This work is most definitely NOT photojournalism. Nor is it intended as portraiture. It's religious or spiritual iconography. It's powerful stuff. Jeffries gave these people something more than personal dignity. He gave them a light in their eyes that depicts transcendence, a glimmer of light at the gates of Eden, so to speak."


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Mario Pires's curator insight, February 12, 2014 10:19 AM

These black and white portraits of homeless people are aiming to dramatize reality in a way to make us look at people we normally don't look at in memorable images. I'm a little divided about these portraits, as this visual devices employed can makes us stare at someone with aesthetic pleasure and then walk away forgetting them as quickly as you look at the latest CGI style commercial.