This Woman Was Nervous About Her Photoshoot With Fiancé, But The Result Won The Internet
Sep21

This Woman Was Nervous About Her Photoshoot With Fiancé, But The Result Won The Internet

So often today on social media we are bombarded by images of plastic people, airbrushed and filtered to such an extent that all genuine emotion and feeling, the human connections that shine through the picture and into our hearts, is lost. Step forward Stephanie and Arryn, a young couple from Texas. They are not models, but friends with photographer Bria Terry, of Wolf & Rose Photography. Stephanie decided to respond to an...

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Gustav Klimt’s Paintings Get Recreated With Real-Life Models, And The Result Is Amazing
Sep09

Gustav Klimt’s Paintings Get Recreated With Real-Life Models, And The Result Is Amazing

Have you ever wondered what some of your favourite paintings would look like in real life? Austrian photographer Inge Prader has recreated selected iconic works from her compatriot Gustav Klimt, and the results are stunning. Klimt is most commonly associated with the Art Nouveau style, a bold and elaborate aesthetic that originated at around the turn of the 20th century. The aesthetic inspired artists as well as architects such as...

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Photographer Travels Around The World To Capture The Incredible Beauty Of Red Hair, Photographs More Than 130 Redheads
Sep02

Photographer Travels Around The World To Capture The Incredible Beauty Of Red Hair, Photographs More Than 130 Redheads

While redheads have become synonymous with Ireland and Scotland, American photographer Brian Dowling who now lives in Berlin(Germany), photographed over 130 redheads from 20 different countries for his project “Redhead Beauty”. Red hair is the rarest hair color in the world and is caused by a gene mutation know as MC1R which affects about 1% of the world population. This gene mutation can also affect a person’s tolerance to pain,...

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30+ Pics That Show Photography Is The Biggest Lie Ever
Sep02

30+ Pics That Show Photography Is The Biggest Lie Ever

The internet is full of beautiful and amazing photographs, but do you ever stop and wonder just what went into that perfect shot? I’m not just talking about the digital manipulation side of the process, although there’s certainly plenty of that involved. No, I’m talking about the physical hard work combined with the often super-creative approaches that photographers employ in order to ensure that their final shot is...

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2016 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest’s Best Entries (35+ Pics)
May10

2016 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest’s Best Entries (35+ Pics)

The National Geographic has always been a showcase for the world’s most evocative photography, and its prestigious annual competitions never fail to attract the most talented photographers from around the globe. The 2016 Travel Photographer Of The Year Competition is no exception, and as you can see from the selection of pictures below, this year’s judges have no easy task in choosing a winner from these amazing entries....

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Photographer Travels Around The World To Capture The Beauty Of Doors And Windows
Mar13

Photographer Travels Around The World To Capture The Beauty Of Doors And Windows

You may remember a post by Andre Vicente Goncalves, a Portuguese computer-scientist-turned-photographer who traveled the world taking pictures of windows that he then compiled into beautiful collages. Not content to stop at windows, the globe-trotting photographer now brings us a whole new project that focuses on a different subject: doors. Much like his previous project, his latest project, titled Doors of the World, follows a...

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What Peaceful Borders Between European Countries Look Like
Mar07

What Peaceful Borders Between European Countries Look Like

Since the Schengen Agreement of 1985, restrictions on moving between countries in Europe have slowly been erased. Netherlands-based photographer Valerio Vincenzo decided to document this change in his series “Borderline, the Frontiers of Peace,” a project which is especially poignant today, as the EU struggles with the immigrant crisis. “With the help of a GPS and detailed maps, I have conducted many trips along these...

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1960’s Afghanistan Was Very Different Before The Taliban
Jan20

1960’s Afghanistan Was Very Different Before The Taliban

When you think of Afghanistan, you probably don’t think of short skirts, nice cars and liberal lifestyles, but just as Iran looked very different in the 1970s, these fascinating pictures show that Afghanistan in the 1960s was a very different country than the one that exists today. The pictures were taken by American university professor Dr. Bill Podlich, who in 1967 took a two-year leave of absence to work for UNESCO in...

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After Closing My Business I Can Finally Create Impossible Buildings Without Clients Limiting My Imagination
Jan12

After Closing My Business I Can Finally Create Impossible Buildings Without Clients Limiting My Imagination

These series of pictures are the result of a 7 year long journey that brought me to countries such as Latvia, Israel and Germany. The story begins in the summer of 2006, a crucial date in my life, because after 2 years of deep thinking, I finally decided to quit as a freelance 3D architectural illustrator, a job that had kept me busy for over a decade. The job paid very well, I had plenty of customers and very good reputation in...

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30+ Stunning Photos Of Nature Taking Over… #14 Is Hauntingly Beautiful.
Dec18

30+ Stunning Photos Of Nature Taking Over… #14 Is Hauntingly Beautiful.

“Mother Nature is the great equalizer. You can’t get away from it.” —Christopher Heyerdahl Imagination helps us overcome our biggest obstacles, inspiring us to create new things and improve existing models. Look, for example, at the automobile. According to Live Science, Karl Benz patented the first gasoline-powered car in 1886, but many before him, Leonardo Da Vinci included, had already envisioned self-propelled...

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