B&W Street Photography of Sebastian Jacobitz from Berlin — PhotoArtMag

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Sebastian Jacobitz is a 28 years old street photographer from Berlin. He got a Master’s degree in Business Engineering and worked for a printed-circuit-board prototype manufacturer in Berlin besides doing Street Photography and running his blog. Presently he is traveling around Southeast Asia to explore what the future holds in store for him. I started […]

Under The Irish Skies – Landscape   Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

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Photographer Paul Butler is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this landscape photography. From his ‘Scape‘ series. To see Paul’s series click on any image. See also: Still By Paul Butler Back to HOME PAGE via Under The Irish Skies – Landscape   Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Monday’s Inspiration – Harold Cazneaux — Long Exposure Photography by Pamela Aminou

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Harold Cazneaux was an Australian pictorialist photographer; a pioneer whose style had an indelible impact on the development of Australian photographic history. Cazneaux moved to Sydney in 1904 and worked in Freeman & Co. Ltd’s studio, becoming manager and chief operator. In his leisure time he began to document old Sydney. In 1907, he showed […] […]

Wing Shya, photography and photographers — The PasseNger Times ø photography & art

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selected works click to enlarge inspiration continues here Wing Shya transmutes between film, art and fashion. Born in Hong Kong 1964, Shya returned to Hong Kong following his fine art studies at Emily Carr Institute in Canada and founded the award-winning design studio, Shya-la-la Workshop. In 1997, appointed as the exclusive photographer and graphic designer; […] […]

Old: As Seen From Various Perspectives — f /4 studio

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Nearly all of us toss around phrases about old, often without much thought: old hat, old-age, old-fashioned, old-style, old-time, old-world, old-timer, old-fangled, etc. Old (ōld, oldest) 1. having lived for a long time; no longer young. made or built long ago possessed or used for a long time having the characteristics or showing the signs […] […]

A young Shiva at the Nashik Kumbh Mela — Joshi Daniel Photography

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I spotted this boy dressed as the Hindu deity, Shiva, at the Nashik Kumbh Mela. Read more: Kumbh Mela | Sadhu via A young Shiva at the Nashik Kumbh Mela — Joshi Daniel Photography

August 2017 Week One — I am A Gallery Too

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Artist Exposé – Portrait   Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

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Performance Artist and Photographer Margot Errante is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait photography. These images are from her ‘Portraiture Portfolio‘. To see Margot’s body of work click on any image. See also: Human Nature By Margot Errante Back to […] via Artist Exposé – Portrait   Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

The Darkness of Light — The Art of Photography

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To The Lighthouse. — Julie Corcoran Photography

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“So fine was the morning except for a streak of wind here and there that the sea and sky looked all one fabric, as if sails were stuck high up in the sky, or the clouds had dropped down into the sea.” Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse. I’ve spent the past few months quietly working […] […]