Mes 25 photos préférées de l’année 2016 par Daniel Dupont

Mes 25 photos préférées de l’année 2016
par Daniel Dupont

« L’année 2016 a été prolifique pour moi et en voici quelques faits marquants : La publication d’un cinquième livre aux Éditions Daniel Dupont : Techniques photo. L’animation de sept voyages ateliers. Un voyage exploratoire de 18 jours à Terre-Neuve. Une exposition de 52 photos à Causapscal. La participation au Salon de la photo de Québec et à celui de Laval… »

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Monkey Spotters Magazine

Le meilleur de 2016
Patrice Dochain, Sylvain Gourheu, Jean-Paul Lardinois, Devid Ryckewaert, Jean-Yves Van

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Jean-Yves est certainement un passionné de la première heure pour tout ce qui touche à l’aviation depuis… euh, ben on va dire quelques années. Mon premier contact avec J-Y, ce fut sur un forum photo d’une marque japonaise bien connue à l’éclat jaune…

Patrice,
Depuis toujours Patrice est un passionné. Tout petit déjà, il collectionnait les trains électriques, construisait des maquettes d’avions et courait avec ses parents dans les magasins spécialisés pour y faire son bonheur. A l’adolescence, sont venus s’ajouter les voyages aux quatre coins de la Belgique et de ses pays limitrophes pour photographier avions et hélicoptères lors des meetings aériens. Un vrai garçon quoi! …

Devid,
Véritable passionné de l’aviation militaire et plus précisément des voilures tournantes. … Toute ses qualités se retrouvent dans son travail photographique où il est a la recherche permanente de l’hélico en vol et dans un beau cadre, car il est passionné des arrières plans montagneux. Son seul regret : ne pas habiter en Suisse…

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Monkey Spotters Magazine
Le meilleur de 2016
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Bonne Année 2017 + Le meilleur de 2016

Bonne Année 2017 à tous et merci à plus de 25 000 visiteurs en 2016 !

jeanpierreperroud07aL’article le plus aimé: Paysages Noir et Blanc par Jean-Pierre Perroud

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Une image toujours populaire:

kaiziehl01aKai Ziehl | Black and white architecture photography

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Les articles les plus populaires:

nikon200-500Test terrain: Nikon AF-S 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR

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bernardodoral03Maria Valverde and Mario Casas by Bernardo Doral

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vincentmunier115Vincent Munier

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maxim100a2015 Maxim Hot 100 Australia

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nikond500Nikon D500 | Banc d’essai

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fujifilmxpro2Fuji X-Pro2 | Test

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et quelques images publiées cette année:

Best of 2016 | 35photo

Best of 2016 | 35photo

35photobest01aOnce Upon a Time…
Pawel Kucharski
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35photobest01bГорьковская
Сергей Дегтярёв
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35photobest01c« Песчаная бестия »
Ирина Джуль
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35photobest01dНебрежное
Илья Рашап
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35photobest01e//no title
Alexander Fess
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35photobest01fKsenia
Dmitry Arhar
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Баженов Денис
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35photobest01hДождь
Осипов Ёжъ Александр
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35photobest01iПод дождем вдвоем…
Вячеслав Мищенко
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35photobest01j***
Иван Кислов
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35photobest01kОбед
Нарчук Андрей
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35photobest01lside by side
Kim Suk Eun
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35photobest01mСпят усталые игрушки…
Александр Перов
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Adam Wawrzyniak
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Best of 2016
more at 35photo

NOTINDOOR International Photographer of the Year Award 2016

NOTINDOOR
International Photographer of the Year Award 2016

Contest closed! Winner announcements coming soon.

some photo submissions:

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International Photographer of the Year Award 2016
more at NOTINDOOR Photography

Amazing Things Happen When You’re NOTINDOOR

The Year in Review: Best Photos of 2016

The Year in Review: Best Photos of 2016
by Ian Plant

Ansel Adams once famously said: “Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.” Of course, Adams was shooting with an old fashioned large format film camera; in this age of fast-paced digital technology, I think we can all do at least slightly better than twelve good photos a year!

ianplant01a“Descent into Mordor”— Virunga National Park, Congo
Canon 5DIII, Canon 11-24mm f/4 lens, ISO 3200, f/8, multiple exposure blend for increased dynamic range of 0.5 seconds and 4 seconds.
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ianplant01b“A View to a Kill”—Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Canon 1DXII, Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 G2 lens, ISO 6400, f/11, 1/500 second.
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ianplant01c“The Impossible Staircase”—Minneapolis, USA
Canon 5DIII, Canon 11-24mm f/4 lens, ISO 100, f/11, 6 seconds.
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ianplant01d“Lonely is One”—Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Canon 1DXII, Canon 11-24mm f/4 lens, ISO 1600, f/5.6, 30 seconds.
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ianplant01e“Old Man of the Forest”—Gunung Leuser National Park, Indonesia
Canon 5DIII, Canon 200-400mm lens with built-in 1.4x extender, ISO 6400, f/4, 1/500 second.
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The Year in Review: Best Photos of 2016
by Ian Plant

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USA Landscape Photographer of the Year

The USA Landscape Photographer of the Year reveals the country’s vast and sublime geography.

usalpoty12aSunrise Illuminates Mount Rainier by Alex Noriega
Overall Winner, Adult
Nikon D600, 35mm, f/11, ISO 100. ‘Mount Rainier in Washington dominates the landscape,’ says Alex. ‘I knew I wanted something with a mid ground, and not a simple mirrored reflection from the shore of a lake. I found that spot here, high above Upper Tipsoo Lake, where the trees seemed to perfectly cradle the distant mountain and display the autumn foliage.’
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usalpoty12bHalema’uma’u Crater by Raiatea Arcuri
Youth Winner, My USA
Sony Alpha 7S, 24mm, 20secs at f/2.8, ISO 500. ‘This was captured along the Kilauea Iki trail in Volcanoes National Park,’ says Raiatea. ‘I hiked down into the crater to capture some timelapse shots. However, my lenses fogged up and, disappointed, I hiked back to the top. When I got there, I was greeted by an amazing spectacle. The smoke plume coming out of the active crater looked twisted like a hurricane.’
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usalpoty12cMammatus Makers by Terry Koyama
Winner, Environmental Value
Sony Alpha 7R II, 16-35mm, 1/4sec at f/4, ISO 100. ‘On this day there was storm activity in Kansas,’ says Terry. ‘Mammatus clouds could be seen for miles. The view from the wind turbines was surreal. As the sun set, the sky had an otherworldly red-orange glow.’
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usalpoty12dWaimea Bay Beast, Oahu, Hawaii by Terry Koyama
Winner, Black & White
Canon EOS 5D Mark III, 200-400mm, 1/640sec at f/5.6, ISO 800. ‘Although Waimea Bay was breaking, it was not an epic day compared to its big wave standards,’ says Terry. ‘But as the swells rolled into the inside there was more than enough energy to bring the shore break alive. The conditions were ideal as these enormous waves crashed on the shore producing huge explosions of white water.’
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usalpoty12eMain Strike by James Menzies
Winner, Classic View
Canon EOS 5D Mark III, 17-40mm, 20secs at f/10, ISO 320. ‘For many years I have been travelling to Arizona for monsoon storm chasing for two weeks in the season,’ says James. ‘Until my birthday this year, I had failed to obtain any real lightning at the Grand Canyon. On this day an approaching storm started dropping a few bolts, so I got into position at Lipan Point on the South Rim just in case it lasted a bit longer. As the storm approached the canyon around sunset, the lightning increased. As it started rolling over the North Rim, it let loose with one of the most prolific lightning displays I have ever seen. I could feel the heat of the lightning as it was only striking one or two miles away.’
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usalpoty12fCoastal lava tubes by Raiatea Arcuri
Overall Youth Winner
Sony Alpha 6000, 12mm, 0.4sec at f/11, ISO 100. This was captured along the Kona coast on the Big Island of Hawaii,’ says Raiatea. ‘What makes the Big Island special is the presence of lava tubes. Some of these tubes at the coast cause amazing water motion as the waves push water in and out. It can be an epic experience capturing it! The water can surge up to your waist and recede into the tube, creating a nice waterfall.’
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usalpoty12gA Mysterious Lone Figure by Az Jackson
Winner, My USA
Canon EOS 5D, 24mm, 1/40sec at f/5.6, ISO 800. In this image taken in Brooklyn, New York, we find the lone figure of a man holding an umbrella while walking from the arches of the Brooklyn Bridge. As you can see, the mist surrounds him and helps to create an image of atmosphere. It’s further assisted by the fact that Az has chosen to convert his image to black & white, emphasising the graphic scene.
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usalpoty12hPolytechnic University of Florida by Souvik Dutta
Urban adult – Winner
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usalpoty12iThe Golden Gate Bridge as seen from Fort Point in San Francisco by Kyle Wolfe
Urban youth – Winner
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USA Landscape Photographer of the Year
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