Маша, Алина, Катя, Венера, Настя

Георгий Чернядьев | Georgy Chernyadyev | Gueorguiї Tcherniadiev
Разница между хорошим и средним снимком — это вопрос нескольких миллиметров, очень маленькая разница. Но существенная. Я думаю, что между фотографами нет большой разницы, зато очень важны разницы маленькие. Анри Картье-Брессон (Henri Cartier-Bresson), фотограф
Очень приятно, что посетили мой сайт!!! Я более 3 лет занимаюсь фотографией, слежу за последними тенденциями в фото-индустрии и в обработке фотографий, что позволяет делать качественные и красивые фотографии.
Открыт для коммерческих и творческих предложений.

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Георгий Чернядьев | Georgy Chernyadyev | Gueorguiї Tcherniadiev
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Visual Q&A with Gary Cummins

Gary Cummins, creates visions of spectacular wonder and ephemeral starry night skies. Recently Gary won Honorable Mention, for the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest, 2018. A travel photographer by trade, currently he is based in Toronto. Gary says, “I see photography as a means of meditation. A way to connect with the world around and to capture it so I can tell a story.”

How do you view the world?

Why photography?

Where do you go when you close your eyes?

What makes a great shot?

What is your trademark photographic style?

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Visual Q&A with Gary Cummins
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Visual Q&A with Alex Teuscher

Alex Teuscher is a self-taught photographer based in Geneva, Switzerland. His work is predominantly commercial based and editorial. Alex is a foodie, movie enthusiast and a world traveler. He states, “One of my dream places to visit would be Antarctica, and am hoping to make that a reality soon.” We asked Alex some questions, questions that can only be answered with images…

What truly inspires you?

What is an important lesson you have learned?

Where do you go when you close your eyes?

What makes a great shot?

Who are you?

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Visual Q&A with Alex Teuscher
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Eye Catching Moments

EYE-Photo Magazine is an independent online publisher providing a platform to all enthusiastic and talented photographers to present their work, regardless their photographic genre, to an international readership.

by Abhishek Aneja
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by Bayéré Zouzoua
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by Orlando Durazzo
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by Rome Hidayat
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Eye Catching Moments
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Free Flight Photographer of the Year 2018

It doesn’t matter what you fly – hang glider, paraglider, paramotor, speed wing or magic carpet – the Free Flight Photographer of the Year 2018 award is designed to celebrate the world of free flight.

Spring colours in English fields
by HarryB
Crowd – 7th Place
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Untitled
by Marian Krissak
Expert – 1st Place
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In the core!
by HarryB
Crowd – 1st Place
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Untitled
by uhaari
Crowd – 2nd Place
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Untitled
by Artoosh
Expert – 2nd Place
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Free Flight Photographer of the Year 2018
more at XC Mag

Winners of Environmental Photographer of the Year announced – how our planet looks in 2018

Powerful imagery from the 2018 competition has been released, an effective catalyst for positive change.
Winners announced! The captivating and thought-provoking photographs from The Environmental Photographer of the Year provide an insight into how our planet is looking in 2018.

“End Floating” by Saeed Mohammadzadeh, Iran, winner of Environmental Photographer of the Year Prize 2018. The photo shows a ship sitting in salt in the Urmia Lake in Iran. Climate change is intensifying the droughts that speed up evaporation in the region. The lake has also been suffering from illegal wells and a proliferation of dams and irrigation projects causing it to reduce significantly in volume. Noxious, salt-tinged dust storms inflame the eyes, skin, and lungs of residents in surrounding areas. The drying up of the river, is destroying local habitats, due to the extreme salinity levels of 340 grams per litre, which is over eight times saltier than ocean water.
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“Dryness” by Chinmoy Biswas, India, winner of Changing Climates Prize. A child is found sitting on dry land where the land is cracked and has scaled due to lack of water. Long dry spells can cause the ground to remain open underground even after they have visibly sealed on the surface.
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“And life rises” by Younes Khani Someeh Soflaei, Iran, winner of Built Environment Prize. A woman and her little daughter are standing next to their damaged items recovered from the rubble of their house in Sarpol-e Zahab, following the devastating earthquake that hit the region in 2017 and killed over 600 people. A destroyed Mehr Residential Complex can be seen in the background.
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“Bulrush” by Ümmü Kandilcioğlu, Turkey. Winner of the Sustainability in Practice Prize. The photograph shows a worker making straw from the reeds for a living.
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“Happiness on a rainy day” by Fardin Oyan, Bangladesh. Winner of the Young Environmental Photographer of the Year. Bangladesh’s children are fond of a rainy day. They love to bath and play in rain. The country is flat and occupied by the huge Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta, and is therefore exposed to floods, especially during monsoon season.
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Winners of Environmental Photographer of the Year announced – how our planet looks in 2018
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The EPSON International Pano Awards | 2018 Winners Announced

The 9th EPSON International Pano Awards is dedicated to the craft and art of panoramic photography.
Advances in digital photography and editing software have resulted in an ever-increasing rise in the popularity of image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. VR ‘immersive’ photography also continues to excite and develop at a rapid pace, and panoramic film photography remains alive and well.
The EPSON International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest competition for panoramic photography.

2018 Major Amateur Winner
Nathaniel Merz, Korea
Royal Ceremony, Daedunsan, South Korea
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Open Photographer of the Year
Veselin Atanasov
Combing The Sunlight, Tuscany, Italy
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2018 Carolyn Mitchum Award Winner
Anastasia Woolmington, Australia
Wedded Rocks, Japan
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2018 EPSON Digital Art Prize 1st Place
Colin Sillerud, United States
Spark, Grand Canyon, United States
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2018 Curators Award
Stefan Thaler, Austria
Black Mamba, Maloyapass/Switzerland
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2018 Winners Announced
more at The EPSON International Pano Awards