Bonne Année 2015 !

L’année 2014 se termine et, dans mon projet de vous faire découvrir des photographes et des images exceptionnelles, 1469 articles ont pris forme.

Vous avez visité à plus de 230 700 reprises ces articles. MERCI ! à plus de 28 582 visiteurs !

Vous faites en sorte que ce blog existe toujours 😉

Et merci tout particulièrement aux photographes pour leurs belles images inspirantes et pour nous aider à apprendre à voir.

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Bonne Année 2015 !

Boo George | Portraits and Editorial Photography

Photographer Boo George is one of fashion’s most exciting new talents. He now counts Louis Vuitton, Emanuel Ungaro and Barneys New York amongst his commercial clients and has developed an aesthetic that is immediately recognisable for its realism and measured composition.

Having started his career in 2006 assisting Julian Broad, Phil Poynter and Bruce Weber, George swiftly navigated the path to become an established photographer in his own right.
Editor Katie Grand gave George his first break in 2010, commissioning him for a shoot in Condé Nast’s biannual Love magazine. George’s series of portraits of Zambian diamond miners had caught Grand’s eye. His documentary-inspired photographs, capturing moments of unguarded humanity, have become the photographer’s calling card, reminiscent of his idols, Richard Avedon and Irving Penn.

The photographer was the winner of ‘The Shot 2013’, an International Centre of Photography and W magazine-sponsored competition to find the next generation of fashion photographers.

George’s work has been featured in i-D, Teen Vogue, T Magazine, Love, L’Uomo Vogue, British Vogue, Arena Homme Plus, V, and Interview Russia. — businessoffashion

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Boo George | Portraits and Editorial Photography

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Gene Mollica | Covert Art 2014

Book Covers
by Gene Mollica Studio Cover Art

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Gene Mollica
“I’m a professional photo-illustrator specializing in cover art for the publishing industry.
Specializing in Sci-fi, Fantasy, Steampunk and Paranormal genre pretty much otherworldly images.”

Covert Art 2014

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Shining Armor, Huge Snakes, and Sparkling Jewels: The Year in Vanity Fair Photography

The beauty of photography is its ability to encapsule an instant — and in 2014, Vanity Fair captured magnetic, glamorous, moments from Jennifer Lawrence, Angelina Jolie, Robert Downey Jr., Catherine Deneuve, Neil Patrick Harris, among so many others.

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The Year in Vanity Fair Photography

more at: vanityfair

Photographer of the Year 2014

Photographer of the Year, presented by Olympus, comprises four subject areas – Landscape, Nature, Portrait and Black & White – with individual winners named in each category and an additional award presented to an overall winner, who will be named 2014 Photographer of the Year.

Entries now closed, winners will be announced in the February 2015 Issue of Australian Photography + Digital Magazine

Some entries:

Landscape Photographer of the Year
by David Tomek, Brent Snow, Holly Lane, Craig Gurnett, Tom Grasso, Eric Lippey, Cindy Buchan, Leah Kennedy, Amanda Moore, Paul Cashman and Robin Riddle
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Nature Photographer of the Year
by Christian Spencer, Corin Dimopoulos, Amy Crotty, Maria Bastin, Kieran Stone, Alyson Parr, Elisabeth Thorn, Elaine Holliday, Leanne Moore, Mayumi Kataoka, Deon Viljoen and Jason Freeman
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Portrait Photographer of the Year
by Janet Rogerson, Emma Eadie, Katie Cahill, Joy Kachina, Jason Vant Padje, Anne Greenwood, Dale Gaylard, Kate Lionis, David Jacobs and Min Xiong Liang
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Black and White Photographer of the Year
by Neville Jones, Rosemary Oldis, Douwe Dijkstra, Domenico Stallo, Sonia Conn, Joshua Tagicakibau, Oliver Brighton, Luke Tscharke, Dennis Rickard, David Mahar, Chris Melloy, David Jacobs, Ockert Le Roux and Kathryn Hocking
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Photographer of the Year 2014

a lot more at: australianphotography