“Childhood In The Raw Photos”: New Zealand Photographer Captured Her Children, Who Are Growing Up With Limited Electronics

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Niki Boon began taking photos as a hobby while she was working as a physiotherapist in Scotland. However, the New Zealand native found her interest in the art waning while she travelled, and it wasn’t until she had returned home and started raising a family that her passion was rekindled. “Childhood in the Raw”, an ongoing photo series of her four children’s technology-free life on her 10-acre property in New Zealand, is the perennial fruit of this passion. Continue »

A Photographer Has Captured Hundreds Of Leaves To Show The Beauty Of Diversity And Imperfection

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According to the photographer: “Last Autumn I photographed hundreds of leaves to show that the nature manufactures unique and incredibly beautiful structures. I think they look that interesting because they are not perfect and differ so much.” Continue »

A Fascinating Photo Project About The Reflection We Want To See In The Mirror

It’s human nature to desire and, at the same time, be afraid of change. But as technology becomes more advanced, we now have a great opportunity to contemplate changes in our appearance without worrying that the consequences will be permanent. With the help of a retouch artist’s capable hands, you can experiment with your appearance: create an incredible hairstyle or even change your skin tone. Sometimes, this impartial perspective can help you understand that when one of your personal traits disappears, you can lose your individuality. Maybe you’ll even become a different person.

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Polly: ‘I’ve always wanted to have narrower cheekbones, full lips, and a darker skin tone. And thick hair. I think I would be a real beauty!’

Bright Side offered a group of brave people the chance to take part in a photo project that highlights these issues. They explained their ideas for their ideal appearance to a retouch artist and asked them to make them happen. We suggest you take a look at the result and try to find ten differences. Continue »

This Couple Made The Most Epic Star Wars Engagement Shoot Ever

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This “Finn and Rey” photo shoot is the most epic engagement we’ve seen yet! Shot in the Little Sahara Dunes in Utah, these beautiful photos are both incredibly well done and genuinely heart warming. The shoot features real-life couple Victor and Julianne and their little daughter dressed as BB-8 droid. The series was shot by photographer Robert Lance who also plans to shoot their wedding this May. Continue »

Daredevil Photographer Attaches LED To Drone For Hauntingly Beautiful Photos

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Photographer Reuben Wu transforms the vast desert landscape into otherworldly scenes with his stunning series Lux Noctis. The dramatic images feature solitary rock formations surrounded by nearly pitch-black darkness, only illuminated by a selective spotlight. This approach both highlights their incredible characteristics and visually creates the feeling that an alien ship is about to land on the curious grounds. Continue »

These Photo Portraits Of People Watching Porn Are Funny, Sweet And Very Awkward

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Last week, we looked at a project from a Brazilian photographer who invited friends over and took their photos after one, two and three glasses of wine. That seemed like a fun exercise in shedding inhibitions. This week, we’re featuring a project from Trinidadian-born, New York City-based photographer Patrick Struys that was surely a lot more awkward for the people involved. Continue »

“Back To The Future”: Amazing Then And Now Portrait Photography By Irina Werning

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Pancho 1983 & 2010, Buenos Aires

Irina Werning is a photographer who loves to look at other peoples’ old photographs. Instead of just admiring the photos, she wonders how people would feel and look if they were to reenact the same photos today. Continue »

An Epic Poem, Assembled From Fragments Of Everyday Life In Soviet Lithuania Through The Lens Of Photograher Antanas Sutkus

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Blind Pioneer, 1962

Rebelling against political propaganda, acclaimed photographer Antanas Sutkus embarked on a life-long journey to capture the everyday scenes around him. Antanas Sutkus, born in 1939, studied journalism at Vilnius University in the late 1950s before becoming disillusioned by the confines of the Soviet-controlled press. He began taking photographs instead, and soon co-founded the Lithuanian Association of Art Photographers. Continue »

31 Stunning Black And White Photos Of Europe In The Fifties Through A Soldier‘s Lens

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It all started in December 1954, when the then 22-year old soldier Bill Perlmutter boarded a troopship to Germany, to start his new assignment as a photographer for the U.S. Army. The first images from Perlmutter’s Rolleiflex were taken during the rough transatlantic voyage. Even though he had never left the United States and was a bit apprehensive about his future, Perlmutter was “looking forward to photographing Europe and visiting all those wonderful places that I had read about and seen in the movies.” His first leave after his deployment to Augsburg Germany, brought him to Paris, the city of light and home to many of his favorite photographers. Continue »

How People Look After 1, 2 & 3 Glasses Of Wine

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There’s a saying about wine, that “the first glass of wine is all about the food, the second glass is about love, and the third glass is about mayhem”, says Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti. According to him, the “3 Glasses after [project] started as a joke like a game after hours”, during which he photographed his friends after one, two, and three glasses of wine. Continue »

Vintage American Teen Girls’ Hairstyles – Female Students Of The High Schools In California From The Late 1960s To Early 1970s

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These are what female students at high schools in California from the late 1960s to early 1970s looked like. Continue »

Surreal Black And White Analog Photo-Montages By Thomas Barbèy

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Thomas Barbèy grew up in Geneva, Switzerland, across the street from the “Caran D’ache” factory, the largest manufacturer of art supplies. He started drawing seriously at the age of 13, using black “encre de Chine” and gouaches for color. His influences were Philippe Druillet, Roger Dean and H.R. Giger. Continue »

“To The Moon And Back”: Breathtaking Manipulated Photos By Robert Jahns

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A not-so-famous photographer Robert Jahns can do impossible things with common photos. He takes two pictures and joins them into a single composition. Thanks to this creative idea, which is based on the combination of contrasts, ordinary photos become interesting and attractive. Jahns combines several pictures into one seamless scene. A leafless crown of the tree, layered onto deer antlers, creates a real and natural continuation of the deer`s head. Likewise, a rollercoaster with an overview of the city frightens us by being very realistic. Continue »

Stunning Vintage Photos Show The Beauty Of African-American Women From Between 1920s And 1940s

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These stunning vintage snapshots show the beauty of African-American women in their normal lives from between 1920s to 1940s. Continue »

Colorful Photos Of The Latin America’s Interiors From The 1980s And 1990s

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Rafael Goldchain is a well-respected Canadian photographer. He was born in 1953 of Polish-Jewish heritage in Santiago, Chile and educated in Jerusalem, Israel before moving to Toronto. He earned a Master of Fine Arts at York University (2000) and a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Photographic Studies at Ryerson University (1980). Continue »