Architecture Photography by Adam Ryder

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Adam Ryder is an artist working primarily in lens-based mediums in New York City. He is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts MFA program in Photography, Video and Related Media in New York City.

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Fashion Photography by Coco Rococo

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Coco Rococo is a young creative portrait and fashion photographer based in London, UK. Coco also shoot fine art and lifestyle photography.

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Photography by Sebastian Kujas

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Sebastian Kujas is a professional photographer based in Frankfurt, Germany. Sebastian started with photography almost 15 years ago.

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The Manhattanhenge 2014

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There are these seldom and fading moments in life that amaze us. Well-liked examples are natural phenomena of course. You can witness a really special one twice a year directly in Manhattan, when New York and the sun are standing in the right angle to each other so that the burning orb sinks in the asphalt of the 42. street.

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Editorial Photography by Sacha Tassilo Hoechstetter

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Sacha Tassilo Hoechstetter is a talented fashion and advertising photographer and filmmaker, who was born in 1972 in Munich, Germany. She studied psychology.

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Modern Portraits With Old Techniques by Jody Ake

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Jody Ake creates portraits, nudes, still lifes and landscape images using the wet collodion processs. Invented in 1851, the method entails coating a glass plate with collodion and exposing the plate while it is still wet. The end results are ambrotypes, appearing on glass in the form of a negative until backed by black velvet, thus rendering the positive image.

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Photography by Gerwyn Davies

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Gerwyn Davies is a photographic artist, advertiser and costume maker from Brisbane, Australia. Gerwyn completed a Bachelor of Photography with First Class Honours at the Queensland College of Art, Brisbane majoring in both Photo Arts Practice and Creative Advertising.

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Photography by Jaka Bulc

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Jaka Bulc is a professional 25 years old photographer based in Bled, Slovenia. He was graduated from the Faculty Of Social Sciences at the University Of Ljubljana in 2012.

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Nature Landscapes by Janek Sedlar

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Photographer Janek Sedlář has had an affinity for nature since a very young age, exploring the natural world around him in the Czech Republic. Through his photography, he is able to share the “remarkable gifts” of nature, and this profound emotional connection he has to the forests and meadows is apparent when viewing his outstanding portfolio.

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Photography by Gloria Marigo

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Gloria Marigo is a professional Italian photographer, who was born in 1988. Gloria currently based in Lecco. She worked as assistant photographer/ graphic.

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Aerial Summertime – Melbourne from Above by Tom Blachford

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“I saw another side to everything. Some buildings I would never think of shooting from the ground may have had incredible patterned roofs or arrays of panels that created amazing patterns. Some amazing buildings I love to shoot from the ground were a mess of cables and units from above.” – Tom Blachford

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Fashion Photography by Olivier Desarte

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Corean born Olivier Desarte was raised in Belgium where he discovered his passion for images at the age of 15. After studying photography he moved to Paris in 1994 where he soon published in recognized international magazines.

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Photography by Terri Gold

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Terri Gold is an award-winning photographer & artist based in New York, known for her poetic imagery of rituals and rites of passage from all over the world. Her ongoing project “Still Points in a Turning World” is a lifelong series exploring vanishing cultures and traditions.

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Astounding Alex MacLean’s Aerial Photography Will Give You A New Perspective

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Works of one of the greatest masters of aerial photography exhibited in London for the first time. Alex McLean photographs from a height of about 1500 meters, and his photographs reveal all the complexity and absurdity of modern life in America and Europe. Alex is a licensed pilot who flies on his own plane Cessna 182, exploring the world, shooting landscapes, architecture and human behavior with a bird’s-eye view perspective.

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City Legs: Documenting the Legs of New York

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Citylegs is an Instagram project of photo editor for the newspaper “New York Times” Stacy Baker. She takes photos of people’s legs as they walk through New York City then posts them on the internet. Is this cool or weird?

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