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A world without chickens? Sounds inconceivable! Chicken have always been an important part of our culture and everyday life. In addition to the obvious and well-known benefits - like, of course, their delicious meat, the indispensable eggs and the occasional function of rooster cries as a natural retro alarm clock - we often forget that the animals are even...
From an early age, Alessandro Merlo felt the need to escape from reality by creating his own imaginary world. During his school years, he was harassed by other children every day, who considered him too feminine, too colorful, too flamboyant... That's how he immersed himself intensely in photography. According to him, his relationship to photography is the fruit of one...
With the return of film and vintage filters - as evidenced by the success of "analog effects" application like Huji Cam - digital photography and film have never crossed so much. This relationship does not seem to go out of fashion, as evidenced by the creation of the Brazilian designer and photographer Samuel Mello Medeiros, a digital back that...
As the master is, so is his dog... If we believe the following photographic series, this saying has never been so accurate. These amazing portraits of likeness were created by British photographer Gerrard Gethings, known for his pictures of animals full of character. The resemblances between a master and his dog are much more numerous than we suspect: first physical...
Bored by the set-up of conventional festival photograph booths, Andrew H. Walker adopted an unorthodox strategy to VIP portraiture at Toronto Film Festival. Walker approached some of the stars and celebrities with the request to pose for a series investigating the public and private image of the A-listers. His arrangement brought 51 world-known performers in front of the camera —...
With infrared photography you see things that the naked eye cannot perceive, resulting in surreal images. Australian photographer Kate Ballis has decided to show us the invisible side of California. Most photographers use a special filter for infrared, which they place on the lens. The filter then blocks the light that is normally visible and only transmits invisible light waves....
Nirav Patel, a San Francisco-based photographer, turns moments of peace and harmony into mesmerizing images. He became interested in pro photography in 2009 while contemplating family photos in his parents' old albums. After a short career in wedding photography, Patel is recently more devoted to personal projects whose tranquility is his biggest inspiration. At the age of 7, while living...
120,000 kilometers, 25 flights, 93 days. Mike Kelley's enthusiasm and devotion to his "AIRPORTRAITS" project is astonishing, and so are the outcomes. Set aside some opportunity to respect the magnificence and assortment of planes as they navigate airplane terminals over the world. Mike Kelley is mostly an architectural photographer, however that doesn't prevent him from having a passion for aeronautics....
Time Machine is the name of a new series by the Hungarian photographer Balint Alovits . The series is a tribute to the beautiful architecture of the Hungarian capital. Budapest has many buildings in styles such as Bauhaus or Art Deco. Often the focus is on the exterior of these buildings. Balint Alovits focuses instead on the inside and the...
The work of photographer Christy Lee Rogers is strongly reminiscent of classic group portraits from the Baroque period. The big difference is that the photos of Rogers have been taken underwater. All models that you see on the photos are at the same time underwater. This gives the images the beautiful light that baroque painters were so fanatically searching for...

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