Lady Gaga by Inez and Vinoodh

Lady Gaga by Inez and Vinoodh
for Porter Summer 2014

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Lady Gaga covers the Summer issue of Porter magazine, captured by duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin with styling by Brandon Maxwell

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Vassilis Tangoulis

Expressive Black and White Long-Exposure Landscapes
Fine art photographer Vassilis Tangoulis finds the mystery and magic within everyday landscapes and translates those moments into visually complex black and white photographs. His beautifully contemplative, simple scenes feature dramatic lighting, textured details, perfect symmetry, and crisp reflections.

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Vassilis Tangoulis Photography

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Philip Plisson: The Master of Maritime

Philip Plisson
The Master of Maritime

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After spending two years in the French navy, Philip Plisson realised that his true calling on the ocean waves was through photography. He reveals to CPN Editor David Corfield his passion for the sea, and the love he has for capturing it on camera…

Philip Plisson Photography

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Amanda by Benjamin Askinas

Amanda by Benjamin Askinas for C-Heads
After the amazing last set of Benjamin Askinas we are more then happy to show another C-Heads Exclusive starring stunning Amanda at Ford Models LA shot at a Hollywood apartment. And it´s all about crazy intense, sexy and mysterious vibes using colored lighting and steam. Pink and Blue taking over the amazing charisma leaving us entirely satisfied… — by Christine

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Benjamin Askinas Photography

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Outdoor Scenes

Outdoor Scenes

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Niseko Town in Hokkaido. In Japan, much noted Mine where FUJI and a name are attached is located. The each is the strong emotional attachment of the Japanese of the land. — Photo and caption by Mitsuhiko Kamada

NGoutdoors02Himalayan Dog
This dog just appeared out of nowhere and followed us for an entire week during our trekking trip in the Himalayan outback. He always used to sleep in front of our tent and guarded us in the nights. When I decided to get up at 4 a.m. to climb the next 5000 m peak for sunrise he accompanied me as well. On the top he was sitting for the entire 30 minutes on this place looking straight into the countryside. — Photo and caption by Sebastian Wahlhuetter

NGoutdoors03The Floating Island
There is an ethereal, other-worldly feeling to this photograph as this little island, in the middle of a northern British Columbia lake, appears as if to be floating in the clouds. To bring us back to Earth, s fish has left a ripple in the water in the left hand side of the shot. The scene was amazing to witness, let alone be lucky enough to photograph – totally right place at the right time. — Photo and caption by Shane Kalyn

NGoutdoors04Madeira Rocks
The mighty Rocks against’s the ocean waves during sunset moment. — Photo and caption by Noura Aljeri

NGoutdoors05Winter Light – Svolvaer, Lofoten Islands
Sitting above the Arctic Circle with a latitude of 68°, the Lofoten islands is a dark place to visit in January. I only experienced a few hours of light each day, with the sun refusing to lift above the horizon. But when it was light, it was magical, with the island bathed in beautiful soft and atmospheric polar light. This was taken at 1.30pm as the light started to disappear from the island’s capital. — Photo and caption by Kellie Netherwood

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Outdoor Scenes

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Utah Landscapes I by Jeff Burton

Utah Landscapes I by Jeff Burton

JeffBurtonU01Sunset on Park Avenue by Jeff Burton. The sun lights up the sky with a golden orange light over Park Avenue in Arches National Park outside Moab Utah. The Park Avenue Trail is seen extending from the bottom of the image to the gap in the rock walls. The rock wall formations tower above the viewer of either side of the trail and the red sandstone is enhanced by the orange light reflecting from the clouds in the sky.

JeffBurtonU02Moonrise over North Window Arch by Jeff Burton represents the moon rising over the North Window Arch just after sunset in Arches National Park outside Moab, Utah. The deep blue color of the sky after sunset casts a faint glow on the landscape below while the bright moon helps guide the remaining hikers to their final destinations.

JeffBurtonU03Delicate Arch II by Jeff Burton. Delicate Arch is a 65-foot (20 m) tall freestanding natural arch located in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. It is the most widely-recognized landmark in Arches National Park and is depicted on Utah license plates and on a postage stamp commemorating Utah’s centennial anniversary of statehood in 1996.

JeffBurtonU04Bryce Canyon II by Jeff Burton captures the morning sun peaking over the horizon and filling Bryce canyon. The morning light illuminates the hoodoos accentuating the many orange and white colors and emphasizing the wonderful texture of the formations.

JeffBurtonU05Canyon Overlook by Jeff Burton captures the majestic view of lower Zion Canyon from above Pine Creek at a viewpoint above The Great Arch. The viewpoint is at the end of a mile-long hike along the Canyon Overlook Trail. From this viewpoint one can see Bridge Mountain (the peak on the left side of the canyon), the East Temple (the rock formation on the right), Mount Spry (just beyond the East Temple formation) and the West Temple (beyond Bridge Mountain) and other landmarks of Zion National Park.

JeffBurtonU06Virgin River by Jeff Burton captures the sunset over the Virgin River in Zion National Park. The quickly flowing water travels through the rocky canyon floor creating beautiful stone outcroppings and sandstone features. The setting sun creates dramatic shadows that reveal the intricate textures of the canyon floor.

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Jeff Burton Photography

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