HDR Beautiful Shots

HDR Beautiful Shots Photo Contest Winners

Congratulations Grand Jury Winner “The sound of silence #8 ” by daniel_anhut
“This photo immediately stood out among the pack. The lovely serenity. The beautiful instrument standing resolutely surrounded by the cracking paint and gloomy air. Black and white was definitely the right decision for this. The positioning of the piano is perfect in the extra space between the inner-most windows. Well done!” – Dave Bell
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Congratulations Runner Up “Milan ” by WWWest
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Congratulations Runner Up “Lonely” by AntonioBernardino
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Congratulations Runner Up “Thorup Strand” by olesteffensen
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Congratulations Runner Up “Final Destination ” by Structor
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Congratulations Amateur Winner “Adraga Beach Sunset, Sintra-Portugal” by Migas
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Congratulations People’s Choice “Brela Sunset” by TomazKlemensak
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HDR Beautiful Shots Photo Contest Winners
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Night Sky and Landscapes by Ivaylo Petrov

Night Sky and Landscapes
Ivaylo Petrov Photography

The Lonely Tree
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Moments of Darkness
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Highway to the Stars
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Петролна сонда
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Belmeken Dam
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Night Sky and Landscapes by Ivaylo Petrov
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Teresa’s Tribe

Teresa Palmer by Nicole Bentley
for Vogue Australia – May 2017

Teresa’s Tribe
Model: Teresa Palmer
Photographer: Nicole Bentley
Stylist: Kate Darvill
Hair: Koh
Make-up: Kellie Stratton
Manicure: Jocelyn Petroni
Props: Pia Anderson & Brendan Hay
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Pictures Of Russia You’ll Never See On Postcards

Photographer Alexander Petrosyan has spent years and years discovering and documenting infinite layers of St. Petersburg. His wide collection – not only beautiful, but also grotesque – invites outsiders to step inside the raw and unpredictable streets and experience them without a filter, common for polished postcards or travel documentaries.

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from: “10+ Honest Pictures Of Russia You’ll Never See On Postcards By Street Photographer Alexander Petrosyan”

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Capturing The Complexity Of Human Emotion

The emotive project ‘The Quiet Storm’ by Canadian photographer Patty Maher is a series shot in and around Caledon, Ontario. The project aims to tell the private side of personal struggles. She says “I was hoping to portray quiet restraint, controlled emotion and isolation. The series is meant to portray moments of personal struggle in a way that both reveals and hides the full story.“

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The Quiet Storm
by Patty Maher
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