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Black and White Fashion Photography by Peter Lindbergh

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Peter Lindbergh is a German photographer and filmmaker. He currently maintains residences in Paris, Manhattan, and Arles. Peter was born on November 23, 1944 in Leszno, Poland. He spent his childhood in Duisburg.

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Creative Photography by Brock Davis

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American photographer Brock Davis is known mostly for his advertising photographs. However, he is not limited only to this kind of work. In addition to photography, Brock Davis is engaged in design, being the creative director of a design and photo studio.

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Magical Landscapes by Pete Piriya

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A photographer should not limit himself to only one area of photography. So Pete Piriya didn’t. His portfolio contains landscapes and portraits. And the landscapes are not limited to nature. He also likes to photograph cities.

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Photographer Kevin Fleming Finds Beauty in the Wild

Wildlife photographer Kevin Fleming has covered the world as a photographer for National Geographic and has been recognized America’s Best Observer by Readers Digest. His assignments have taken him into war and famine in Somalia, to the Mediterranean for a re-creation of the voyage of Ulysses and put him on a dogsled crossing the Canadian arctic. Now Kevin is working on his 27th book

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A bald eagle in silhouette. (Photo by Kevin Fleming)

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Pizza in the Wild by Jonpaul Douglass

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Every once and a while an artistic endeavor is so bold, so courageous and so innovative we are left speechless in its wake. Today, that project is “Pizza in the Wild”. The brainchild of Los Angeles-based photographer Jonpaul Douglass, the Instagram series that is so much more follows unsupervised pizzas – pepperoni pizzas, to be exact – livin the L.A. life.

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Welcome to Cuba by Martin Neuhof

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The photographer Martin Neuhof has created a series of pictures during his stay on the island of freedom. Although there aren’t many pictures, they are very vividly describing the country

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Carsten Jamrow Photography

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Lifestyle & Surfphotography by Carsten Jamrow More under http://www.saltwater.cc

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“Dance As Art” – The New York Photography Project

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New York City-based photographer Kevin Richardson’s ‘Dance As Art—The New York Photography Project’ is a beautiful visual tribute to the dancers that populate the city. Shot against iconic Big Apple landmarks like Times Square, Grand Central Station and Central Park, the twirling and leaping dancers exude a grace and dynamism that breathes life into the urban scenes. Richardson started the project to recognize the talents of the creative community and to bring attention to the art of dance.

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Commercial Photography by Esther Haase

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Esther Haase is a talented photographer, who was born 1966 in Bremen, Germany. As the daughter of an artist and a photography and design professor, Esther grew up surrounded by the world of photography. After professional training in modern dance Esther spent two years on-stage before studying graphic design with a focus on photography.

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Mountain Photography by Alex Burke

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Alex Burke is a talented 27 years old travel photographer based in Greeley, CO, USA. He shoot a lot of nature photography around the state and beyond.

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2014 National Geographic Photo Contest, Week 5

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“Fennec, prisonniers désert”. El fénnec es un animal sorprendentemente fácil de domesticar, que se habitúa fácilmente a vivir con humanos. No obstante, se le considera una especie rara y por ello es ilegal tenerlos como mascota en muchas zonas de su área de distribución. Photo location: Marruecos. (Photo and caption by José Mingorance/National Geographic Photo Contest)

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Society of Biology Photography Award 2014

From rural life in India to a chick growing inside its embryo and a sea turtle eating a purple jellyfish, the Society of Biology has released their stunning photography competition shortlist. This year’s theme of Home, Habitat and Shelter drew almost 800 entries from amateur photographers competing to win the top prizes of £1,000 for over-18s and £500 for younger participants. The organisers encouraged photographers to “think creatively about the unique ways animals, plants and organisms exploit their environment in order to survive”. Photographic insights into biodiversity, genetic diversity and conversation issues were encouraged, as were pieces using light microscope techniques to explore the theme from another angle.

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“A Shelter Designed by Nature”. Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines: A shelter designed by nature by Robert Cabagnot. (Photo and caption by Robert Cabagnot/UK Society of Biology Photography Award 2014)

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Vintage Urban Photography by Jamel Shabazz

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Jamel Shabazz has been documenting the ‘Urban Life’ for over 30 years. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY he picked up his first camera at the age of 15 and proceeded to record the world around him. Jamel has drawn inspiration from the great James Van Der Zee, Gordon Parks, Robert Capa, Chester Higgins and Eli Reed.

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Landscape Photography by Kevin McNeal

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American photographer Kevin McNeal lives and works in Washington, but quite often travels around his native continent, capturing some stunning landscapes.

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36 Years of China’s “One Child” Policy

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Cai Hua, who was born in 1979, poses for a photograph in Shanghai August 30, 2014. Hua said: “I wish I had a sister. I prefer to have a sister rather than a brother. I have a lot of friends who have a brother and they usually fight with each other. I think it would be very funny but I would prefer to have a sister”. Reuters Photographer Carlos Barria photographed a person born in each year China’s one child policy has been in existence; from a man born in 1979, to a baby born in 2014, and asked them if they would have like to have siblings. China, the world’s most populous country with nearly 1.4 billion people, says the country’s one-child policy has averted 400 million births since 1980, saving scarce food resources and helping to pull families out of poverty. Couples violating the policy have had to pay a fine, or in some cases have been forced to undergo abortions. But late last year, China said it would allow millions of families to have two children, part of a plan to raise fertility rates and ease the financial burden on a rapidly ageing population. (Photo by Carlos Barria/Reuters)

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