Architecture Photography by Matthias Heiderich

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Matthias Heiderich is a talented self taught photographer based in Hamburg, Germany. Matthias shoot a lot of colorful and fine art photography.

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“The Signs of Life” – A Series by Photographer Daniel Zakharov

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“It all began with two porcelain parakeets on the windowsill of the house next door. I got even more intrigued when I noticed that there were days when the parakeets would be looking out of the window, and there were days when they’d be facing the room. I couldn’t figure out what the birds were trying to tell me, my imagination was drawing its own pictures, but one thing was clear to me: the birds belonged to an old lady. Since then every time I was out on the street I would look up and notice more and more windows with budgies in them. Pretty soon I noticed other recurring patterns – skeletons, dogs, comic book characters, and human figures. I began classifying them. These “signs of life” provided very personal information about other people’s lives and the worlds unknown to me.” – Daniel Zakharov

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Photo Manipulations by Todd Baxter

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Todd Baxter has loved to draw the world around him as far back as he can remember, one of those enviable people who always knew what they wanted to be when they grew up. His artist’s eye first guided Todd’s successful career as a graphic designer, begun after he graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1975.

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Melbourne from Above by Tom Blachford

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Australian photographer Tom Blachford offers a unique bird’s-eye perspective of the Australian metropolis. Tom is interested in aerial photography for a long time now.

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People Lying in 7 Days’ Worth of Their Trash

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California based photographer Gregg Segal got interested in the garbage issue not only in his country but all around the world. To this issue he dedicated this original photo project.

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The Thrill Of Surfing Captured In Breathtaking Photos by Ryan Struck

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New Jersey-based photographer Ryan Struck seeks to capture the thrill and beauty of surfing in his gorgeous images of crashing waves awash with the glow of natural sunlight. Transporting the viewer right into the depths of the ocean, the dynamic photos bring time to a breathtaking standstill. Enormous waves, frozen right in their instant of breaking, appear as pristine and clear-cut as glass, rendered in incredible shades of blue, turquoise, emerald, and gold from the rays of the sun.

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Vintage Photography by Russell Lee

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Russell Lee was an American photographer and photojournalist, best known for his work for the Farm Security Administration. His technically excellent images documented the ethnography of various American classes and cultures.

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Drunks by Gabriele Micalizzi

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Gabriele Micalizzi is a photojouralist who employs images as his signature for personal long term projects, editorials, features and international news.

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Black and White Architecture Photography by Mattia Mognetti

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Born in 1985, Mattia Mognetti graduated in Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience, and cultivated his passion about art. In 2010 he began to apply his creativity and experience in fine art to photography, retouching and digital arts.

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Urban Photography by Aron Lorincz

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Aron Lorincz is a professional photographer and visual artist, who was born in 1979 in Budapest, Hungaria. Aron was graduated as an architect at Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design (MOME) in Budapest, Hungary. He currently based in Basel, Switzerland.

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Black and White Fashion Photography by Ellen von Unwerth

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Ellen von Unwerth is a director and photographer who started out working as a fashion model. She was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and began modeling at the age of 20. After being noticed by a photographer on the street, she moved to Paris to begin a career as a fashion model. During her years as a model, she started to feel that the industry was missing an element of freedom.

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Vintage Photography by Ernst Haas

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Ernst Haas is acclaimed as one of the most celebrated and influential photographers of the 20th century and considered one of the pioneers of color photography. Haas was born in Vienna in 1921, and took up photography after the war. His early work on Austrian returning prisoners of war brought him to the attention of LIFE magazine. He declined a job offer as staff photographer in order to keep his independence. At the invitation of Robert Capa, Haas joined Magnum in 1949, developing close associations with Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Werner Bishof.

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Fashion Photography by Frédéric Lagrange

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Frédéric Lagrange launched his career in 2001, after working with fashion photographer Nathaniel Goldberg. Early on Frédéric focused mainly on travel photography, but since, he has broadened his scope of work to include fashion and portraiture. Frédéric’s evocative color and black and white images have been featured in numerous magazines and ad campaigns around the world such as: Vanity Fair US, The New York Times magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue (Japanese, German, Spanish, Indian), The New Yorker, Louis Vuitton, Condé Nast Traveler, GQ (US, Japan), Anthropologie, Free People, and W hotels, among others. Frédéric has also teamed-up with renowned International advertising agencies such as MC Saatchi, Ogilvy & Mather, and McGarry Bowen on award-winning advertising campaigns.

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Black and White Photgoraphy by Christer Strömholm

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Christer Strömholm, also known by the pseudonym Christer Christian, was a Swedish photographer and educator. He is known for his intimate black and white street photography portrait series. Strömholm was a student of art under Waldemar Winkler and Dick Beer. He was a member of Otto Steinert’s Fotoform group of photographers for subjective photography.

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India by Fred Canonge

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Fred Canonge is a talented photographer, who was born and raised in Paris, France. An image lover since young age, his passion for photography kept growing over the years. A passion ensued from of a strong desire to observe the lives of Fred’s contemporaries, lives made of essential little things.

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