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Urban Fox Project

 Urban Fox Project
British photographer Ian Wade once accidentally caught a fox on his camera in the middle of Bristol. This picture inspired the photographer, and for an entire year he was looking for these wild animals in the city.

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Nicolas Bruno

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Nicolas Bruno is a photographer who suffers from sleep paralysis since he was a child. This disease gives him terrible nightmares and drags him in a dark fantasy world. So he decided to recreate some of his dreams with amazing and surrealistic photographs.

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Polish Forests in the Fall in Kacper Kowalski’s Photography

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Polish Pomerania, which is located near the Baltic Sea coast, is famous for its magnificent forests. In this post, we present a small selection of aerial photographs taken by famous Polish photographer Kacper Kowalski.

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Great Example of Film Photography – Extraordinarty Photos of Animals Posed in Human Situations

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These Photographs were taken by American Photographer Harry Whittier Frees (1879-1953), You might think that these photos are being created with some trick but that is not the case here as Mr. Fees worked in a time in history when tricks in photography didn’t exist. The images are made with lots of patient, unfailing kindness on the part of the photographer at all times.

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Flying Vintage Camera Birds by Paul Octavious

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American photographer and designer Paul Octavious is the author of a pretty unusual series of photo manipulations that depict various old fashioned cameras in the form of flying birds. It turned out very poetic and intricate.

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Memories on Suitcases by Yuval Yairi

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Israeli photographer Yuval Yairi uses old, worn out suitcases as canvases for his photo pictures. The images are a match for suitcases—nostalgic and touching landscapes.

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Photography by Stephane Occhipinti

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Lyon, France based photographer Stephane Occhipinti loves to capture moments of macro world. His pictures are often processed by adding Bokeh effect, which makes them even more beautiful.

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25 Inspiring Twitter Covers & Backgrounds for Everyone

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Your profile page is the only place on Twitter where you get opportunity to showcase your visual brand and possibly communicate additional information that can last longer than a tweet. It’s as simple as changing the skin, but ability to change background image has allowed designers to create really unique profile pages. We have collected the following 25 Inspiring Twitter Covers for Everyone from TwitrCovers.

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Cloned People and the Meaning of Life in Gabriel Aguirre’s Photography

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Paris-based conceptual photographer Gabriel Aguirre clones people in his photographs showing their movements and steps in a peculiar form of evolution.

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The Beauty of Sliced in Half Bullets

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The photo project by Sabine Pearlman, which is called Ammo, shows us an unusual perspective of bullets. Even if you are familiar with firearms, it is unlikely that you’ve been so lucky to see a bullet like this before.

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Frankie Casillo

Ladies and Gentlemen, maybe we need to stop all here for a moment and admire the undisputed genius of international photography at very high levels. The street photography as you’ve never seen until now.

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The sensitivity , expressiveness and hardness outspoken at the same time , but without losing tenderness.

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Automotive Photography by Trevor Pearson

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Trevor Pearson treats cars like women and products like gold. With a vibrant and clean aesthetic, he approaches life with the same passion and meticulousness as his photography.

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Conceptual Photography by Kevin Twomey

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Kevin Twomey‘s first study of light came from studying theatrical lighting where he learned the ability to control light to set the mood and evoke emotion.

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Creative Photography by Dale May

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Internationally recognized, award-winning, advertising, celebrity, & music photographer Dale May, has been pushing the boundaries of photography and post-production for more than 15 years.

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The Right Moment in Adrian Storey’s Photography

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Adrian Storey lives in Tokyo, Japan, and during his lifetime, he traveled to many countries. The feature of this photographs, is in finding the right timing, when the photographer has to set the focus and capture the elusive moment.

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