Дмитрий Титов | Dmitry Titov

Landscapes
Дмитрий Титов | Dmitry Titov

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DmitryTitov05bНорвежская мозаика
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DmitryTitov05cСказка Yosemite
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DmitryTitov05eTunnel View Yosemite
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Дмитрий Титов | Dmitry Titov
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GDT Nature Photographer of the Year 2016 | Winners

GDT Nature Photographer of the Year 2016 | Winners

GDTnpoty2016aAndreas Geh (Germany):
« Goosander Family »
At the end of May when out photographing dippers at a mountain river that empties into Lake Maggiore, I had watched a goosander emerging from out of the rocks every morning and taking its young downriver towards the lake. They stayed around the mouth of the river during the day and retreated back up the river at night to rest. I was moved by the animal’s reliability and care and wanted to capture how the chicks followed their parent with tight bonds like a string of pearls. Thus I developed the idea to wait for them in the evening on the bridge that crosses the mouth of the river and photograph the whole family straight from above. The crystal-clear water enabled me to include the reflections of the rocks on the ground in the scene.

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GDTnpoty2016bCategory « mamals »: 1. Gabi Marklein (Deutschland) – Beziehung
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GDTnpoty2016cCategory « Other Animals »: 1. Magdalena Schaaf (Deutschland) – Schlammbad
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GDTnpoty2016dCategory « Plants & Fungi »: 1. Florian Smit (Deutschland) – Pinke Welt
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GDTnpoty2016eCategory « Landscapes »: 1. Karsten Mosebach (Deutschland) – Moornacht
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GDTnpoty2016fCategory « Atelier Nature »: 1. Alejandro Prieto (Mexiko)
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GDTnpoty2016gCategory « Forces of Nature »: 1. Sandra Bartocha (Deutschland) – Welle
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GDT Nature Photographer of the Year 2016 | Winners
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Understanding Light

Understanding Light Photo Contest Winners

UnderstandingLight05aCongratulations People’s Choice “One Calm Tree” by RobJDickinson
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UnderstandingLight05bCongratulations Grand Jury Winner “The dance Competition” by tahirabbasawan
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UnderstandingLight05cCongratulations Runner Up “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood ” by aylinkalan
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UnderstandingLight05dCongratulations Runner Up “Florence, Portrait of a Girl” by danicasherry
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UnderstandingLight05eCongratulations Amateur Winner “Sun Spray” by Kristy-KmacK
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UnderstandingLight05f“********” by janeklass
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Big People, Medium People & Small People

Big People, Medium People & Small People
By Zabrina Deng

“Composition is the foundation of image making. It is the spatial relationship between all of the parts in an image. Whether a drawing, a painting, a sculpture, a photograph, or an installation, how a thing is composed determines its look, its feel and its meaning. Compositional variation, like musical tunes, is limitless.” –Piet Mondrian, 1922

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By Zabrina Deng

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Be Inspired | Robert Evans

Robert Evans is one of the most highly-acclaimed photographers in the world. Selected by Sony as the wedding Artisan of Imagery, one of only eight photographers chosen worldwide, Robert is recognized as one of the most easy-going and pleasant professionals to work with.
Robert Evans’ beliefs aren’t so much of “having a style” as they are “capturing a moment”. It is this philosophy that influences his work.

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Be Inspired | Robert Evans
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Destination Asia: A Showcase for the Storytelling Power of Travel Images

Destination Asia
A Showcase for the Storytelling Power of Travel Images

BlaineHarrington05a« The more familiar a place is, the less interesting it is, » Blaine Harrington told us not too long ago. An award-winning travel photographer, Blaine visits Asia frequently, and yet still finds it surprising, intriguing territory, and a source of near-endless picture possibilities.

BlaineHarrington05bTravel in Asia is about discovery, as you see first-hand what you’ve only heard about or viewed on screens and in the photographs of others. In Asia you can explore a world that’s very different from your own and bring back photographs that tell the story of what you’ve experienced.

BlaineHarrington05cThe key, Blaine says, is to think of yourself as a traveler rather than a tourist. « Bring along your curiosity, and strive to learn and discover as you take your pictures. Don’t just document what you see. The more curious you are, the better your pictures and the stories they tell. »

BlaineHarrington05dDestination Asia by Blaine Harrington
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Absence of Being | Susan Burnstine

Absence of Being
Susan Burnstine is an award winning fine art and commercial photographer originally from Chicago now based in Los Angeles. Susan is represented in galleries across the world, widely published throughout the globe and has also written for several photography magazines, including a monthly column for Black and White Magazine (UK) Nominated for the 2009 Santa Fe Prize for Photography and winner of B&W Magazine’s 2008 Portfolio Spotlight Award.

Susan’s first monograph, Within Shadows, has been published by CHARTA Editions and was released in Europe at the The Venice Biennale in June 2011. Additionally, Within Shadows, earned the Gold award for PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris in the Professional Fine Art Books category and a Bronze overall.

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