Shallow DOF

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos using shallow depth as the main aspect in the composition in the Shallow Depth Of Field Photo Contest

“Shoes” by kelleyhurwitzahr
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“Midas touch ” by Ashrafularefin
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“Eagle’s Roost” by SRunningM
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“Butterfly” by Cbries
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“Radiant ” by kylere
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Shallow DOF
more at viewbug

Des paysages lumineux

Prendre des photos lumineuses la nuit
Je pense que le light-painting est un magnifique mélange d’expression photographique et artistique. Cette technique d’éclairage du paysage avec des temps d’exposition prolongés soulève l’idée que la lumière a beaucoup d’influence. — Dave Black

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Des paysages lumineux
via Sandisk

A Fine Line | Angelo Ioanides

Angelo Ioanides is the founder and publishing editor of Extraordinary Vision Magazine.
Driven by his conviction that an image’s ultimate source of power is derived from the photographer’s creative vision, Angelo first published EV mag in 2012 to serve as the outdoor photographer’s source of insight and inspiration.

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A Fine Line | Angelo Ioanides
more in Extraordinary Vision – Issue 57

Drone photos from around the world

Drone photos from around the world

Hong Kong
Andy Yeung Photography
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Sigiriya, Sri Lanka
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Tokyo, Japan
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Al Hishman, Oman
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Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, France (high tide)
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from “24 breathtaking drone photos that show the majesty of our world”
more at Digital Trends

Photographie culinaire : la vie d’un studio

David Bonnier est le gérant du Studio B spécialisé dans la photographie culinaire. Il revient sur la vie du studio où photographes, stylistes et retoucheurs travaillent de concert en remodelant la réalité des produits pour construire les images les plus appétissantes.

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Photographie culinaire : la vie d’un studio
encore plus sur Le Mag

Out of Office

The season’s top looks have one thing in common: the power to make you happy.
Photography by Max Abadian

Dive In
This summer, we’re dreaming of a sun-fuelled getaway with good company and a suitcase full of easy-to-wear statement pieces from Peter Pilotto, Pucci and Versace. See you there?

more in Elle Canada – Summer 2017

Balance | Ingo Kremmel

Born in the lap of a vast Lake Constance in Austria, Ingo was introduced to the world of photography as a male model at the age of 18. His towering good looks made him a favorite subject of many famous photographers.

In his professional career, Ingo studied in the field of Quality Control and trained as a professional chef. But with the dawn of the age of the digital SLR, Ingo decided to pursue his passion and purchased his first camera.

Ingo and Jacky Liebe, his partner, started creating incredible images, sometimes doubling as models for their own shoots. His work with Jacky led to the creation of Schaman Photo Design (his professional brand) where they strive to create and capture beauty in every way possible.

When asked about his passion, Ingo said, “For me photography is a great balancer and it fulfills me emotionally and creatively. Nothing in life comes by chance, you have to stay focused on your goals. Originality is the secret sauce to every photographer’s success and having a great team is what makes an image great. An image is only as good as the idea behind it.The image always has the last word!”

He likes to work in bad weather to create something different and that’s what his images are famous for. Each of his images tells a story and engages the viewer while stimulating their senses. He has been a member of the Professional Association of Austrian Artists for about 3 years now and regularly conducts workshops to teach new photographers different styles.

Ingo Kremmel Photography
via Chiiz Magazine