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Jul
26
2013

New York In 1973 (32 photos)

On April 4, 1973 the New York City skyline dramatically changed. It was on that day, exactly 40 years ago, that the original World Trade Center site officially opened. Here is an aerial shot of Lower Manhattan with the buildings finally complete. In the foreground, landfill is worked on to create what will eventually become Battery Park City. Take a look back at the World Trade Center’s history through the years … For the best […]

Jul
25
2013

Bodyscapes Photography

A selection of images by Carl Warner creating landscapes from the human form. An alternative portrait of a human being whose body becomes a landscape of themselves and plays on the sense of space in which we dwell. The external view of ourselves therefore becomes a more abstract and perhaps more intimate reflection of our inner being when viewed as a landscape or given a sense of place.               […]

May
8
2013

50 Great Conceptual Photography Works

Conceptual photography is an art of getting your ‘concept’ across the mind of the viewer using just the contents of a photograph. It is a genre of photography where a photographer puts various things in the scenery so that his idea or concept becomes clear to perceive. Most of the times,computers are used for blending various objects into a photograph, but many photographers just use what is available to them. Some photographers just make sure that everything they […]

Dec
29
2012

Inspirational Winter Photography

It’s the time of year when holiday music is playing in most places, and winter scenes are prominent in advertising and on the web. Some websites will even change or tweak their designs to have a winter or Christmas theme. Winter photographs can play a significant role in providing inspiration for your own winter designs, and with that in mind we decided to compile this collection of beautiful photos. In this post you’ll find 25 […]

Dec
27
2012

The Top 75 “Photo of the Day” of 2012

Please note the photographs themselves were not necessarily taken in 2012, they just happened to be featured as a ‘Picture of the Day’ this year. The pictures are also listed in reverse chronological order. There is no ranking between the photos themselves 🙂 Enjoy! And stay Sifty my friends     75. THE RED ZONE AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM   Photograph by Elia Locardi on Google+ | blamethemonkey.com       74. ONE TRIPPY […]

Dec
19
2012

Create Lomo Effects with Photoshop

Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Model 1 Model 2 Step 1 Begin by opening your images and navigating to the Window Tab of Photoshop. In the Window Tab click Actions (Alt+ F9). Once you have opened the actions panel you can begin creating your first lomo leak. Step 2 Now that you have the actions panel open, we can begin our first light leak. Start by clicking […]

Mar
30
2012

Martin Schoeller Best Photography

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Jan
11
2012

Double Exposure Portraits

With his series “The World Inside of Us,” the artist Dan Mountford native of Brighton shows the extent of his talent around the idea of a double exposure. Playing on the faces and forms that emerge, the series of visuals to be discovered later in the article.

Jan
10
2012

Photography Lighting Style Effects Tutorial

Excellent of Light The most element to think about when lighting style effects a picture is the caliber of lumination you need. It is almost essential to consider how best to obtain that quality. When thinking about quality of lumination, you first have to decide whether you want your lumination to be smooth or challenging. A lumination that is little as opposed to patient matter will be very challenging, but a lumination big as opposed […]

Jan
10
2012

Professional Lighting for Model Photography

This example reveals how lighting style effects was controlled to make the best atmosphere for a design photoshoot. Components Needed: 2 Strobes Shoot Thru Umbrella Big Octagonal Softbox Tall Dark-colored Gobo (deflector) Round Gold Reflector Big Octagonal Softbox A Situation Research in Lighting This post in a shut look at a venture I lately proved helpful on. Together with Beautician Natalie Svikle, we joined up to make an design tale that will be based on […]

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