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Marvelous Moody Portrait Photography By Sonia Neisha

Gorgeous female portraits by Sonia Neisha, talented 24-year-old self-taught photographer, retoucher and artist currently based in Madrid, Spain. Sonia focuses on fashion and portraiture, she shoots a lot of conceptual, beauty, lifestyle and moody portrait photography. Neisha uses Nikon D3100 and Nikon D7100 cameras.

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Exploring Creative Intimacy In Photographer Chill’s NSFW Shots

Art in and of itself is an intimate activity for any practitioner; we take our emotions and bring them out of ourselves, putting them into physical form as an expression of how we see and feel the world around us.

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Wildlife Photographer Of The Year: Unforgettable Underwater Photography

These are the most memorable underwater images from the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. They have been specially selected for this unique book from the hundred of thousands of images received over the last 50 years. The collection gives us a glimpse into an often unseen world containing many strange and beguiling creatures. Each image is accompanied by a story from the photographer, explaining what the image means to them and how they were able to capture it. This portfolio reveals a spectacular panoply of life, which is as diverse and colourful as anything found on land.


Big blue mouthful by Doc White. “This picture was the first ever to show, full frame, a blue whale with its throat pouch expanded, the pleats forced open by the engulfment of a gargantuan amount of water and shrimp-like krill. Having lunged through the krill swarm, the whale is expelling the water, forcing it through the massive sheets of hair-like baleen material, which hang from its mouth. To find large enough aggregations of krill, a blue whale is forced to travel great distances. But when a large swarm is located, the lunge-feeding technique is highly energy-efficient”. (Photo by Doc White/Unforgettable Underwater Photography/NHM)

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Spectacular Winners Of The World Press Photo Award 2018


Venezuela crisis: José Víctor Salazar Balza (28) catches fire amid violent clashes with riot police during a protest against President Nicolás Maduro, in Caracas, Venezuela, May 3, 2017. President Maduro had announced plans to revise Venezuela’s democratic system by forming a constituent assembly to replace the opposition-led National Assembly, in effect consolidating legislative powers for himself. Opposition leaders called for mass protests to demand early presidential elections. Clashes between protesters and the Venezuelan national guard broke out on 3 May, with protesters (many of whom wore hoods, masks or gas masks) lighting fires and hurling stones. Salazar was set alight when the gas tank of a motorbike exploded. He survived the incident with first- and second-degree burns. (Photo by Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP Photo/World Press Photo)

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This Photographer Takes Beautiful Portraits Of People With Acne

Blackheads, whiteheads, ones with no heads, zits, acne, hormonal cysts, spots that burrow under your skin, spots that nestle gently upon it, whatever you wanna call it, those fuckers are a pain in the ass. It’s not even the spots themselves, it’s the bouts of self-hatred, self-consciousness and pure unadulterated anxiety that comes with them. What’s weird though is that no one seems to be questioning it. Well, that is until recently.

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Gorgeous Minimalist Flower X-Rays From The 1930s

Flower X-Rays: In the 1930s, Dain L. Tasker 1872 – 1964, chief radiologist at Los Angeles’ Wilshire Hospital, investigated the anatomy of plants with an X-ray machine. His minamalist flower X-Rays are extraordinary. Color and context and reduced to the simple essence.

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Taking A Walk And Taking Pictures In 1980s New York – Robert Herman’s Vibrant Kodachrome Street Photography Of NYC

Robert Herman’s Kodachromes of 1980s New York City form part of his series of street photography taken from 1978 to 2005. A film student at NYU, Herman gained creative fuel and purpose through the camera and walking.

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Travel Photographer Captures Striking Images Of Tiny People In Big Places

Over the years of shooting landscapes, British photographer Daniel Alford realised that his favourite images were composed of people dwarfed by vast landscapes. His series Tiny People in Big Places is a homage to this photographic approach, a visual narrative that highlights the importance of how humans interact with the natural world.

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Fascinating Pictures Of Atacama Desert In Chile

The Brazilian studio Conci unveiled on Behance a series of unique photographs of the Atacama desert in Chile. Pink sky, desert expanses, black sand, each shot gives us almost the impression of being on another planet. Most of the photos were taken in the Luna Valley and at the Licancabur Volcano. Bluffing.

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“Earth’s Wonders Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before”: These Angled Satellite Images Are Like Aerial Photos From 280 Miles Up


Nadir view of Monte Fitz Roy, Chile and Argentina. March 2, 2016. RapidEye. Image ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc.

Satellite photos are generally shot straight down at the Earth and make the world look like flat, detailed maps. But shoot satellite photos at an angle, and suddenly they look like aerial photos captured from impossible heights with the world’s longest telephoto lens.

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Hong Kong Streets In Neon – The Haunting Photographs Of Zaki Abdelmounim

Through his series entitled Neo Hong Kong, the photographer Zaki Abdelmounim wanted to capture the very special atmosphere of the nights of Hong Kong, paying tribute to the iconic neon signs of the city before they disappear, replaced by more modern displays. A mesmerizing, almost surreal, series of street photography.

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This Couple Of Artists Photographs Yoga Poses

With their Yoga Photograms project, the duo of British artists Rob and Nick Carter is having fun photographing yoga poses through a very special process. A series of large format enigmatic portraits that capture the imprint of bodies and movements through the light.

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This Photographer Captured The Life Of A Ping Pong Table For 5 Years

For five years, Japanese photographer Hayahisa Tomiyasu has documented the daily life of a ping pong table. Between 2011 and 2016, he captured the moments of life taking place around this urban object, which became the scene of the most diverse actions. An excellent contemplative series soberly entitled TTP.

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Vivian Maier: Lost Photographs Of 1950s New York


Courtesy the Maloof Collection/Howard Greenberg Galleries

Found after her death, Vivian Maier’s photographs capture New York City in motion.

Two years before Vivian Maier died in 2009 at age 83, 30,000 of her negatives were bought at a Chicago thrift auction by former estate agent John Maloof. He was writing a book on Chicago history. Maier had been unable to pay the rental on a storage locker. So 100,000 of her unseen negatives housed in hundreds of boxes and undeveloped films were sold.

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Russian Photographer Ilya Rashap Captures Charming And Surreal Black & White Pictures

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Beautiful charming black & white photos of girls by the professional Russian photographer from Moscow Ilya Rashap; photos which talk to you by hints and wake your own fancy up. Enjoy!

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