Black and White Photography by Nikolai Endegor

Black and White Photography by Nikolai Endegor

Переход
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Котометрия
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Нижний мир
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Ночные красавицы
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Balcony Dance
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Вкус Парижа
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Black and White Photography by Nikolai Endegor
more at 35photo

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Photo series by Xu Bo: The Gaze of Kun and Peng into the Distance

The difficulties in practice of aerial photography — either with helicopters originally or with unmanned aerial vehicles which appear to be popular lately — are probably beyond the experience of photographers who have never been exposed to this field. Moreover, the shots in The Gaze of Kun and Peng into the Distance are all taken in no man’s lands of Tibet, which indicates that the difficulties are particularly beyond imagination.

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Photo series by Xu Bo: The Gaze of Kun and Peng into the Distance
more at PhotoInter

New York and LA from Above

In the preface to his new book “LA NY: Aerial Photographs of Los Angeles and New York,” Jeffrey Milstein writes that the images combine “two of my life’s passion: flying and art.” The book, published this week by Thames & Hudson, presents Milstein’s graphically exact and highly detailed aerial photos of what he calls “my two cities,” New York and Los Angeles. (A related show of the work is on view at Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles until December 23.) Made over the course of five years, Milstein’s images are organized into four sections, depicting neighborhoods, parks and recreational spaces, transportation systems and industry. The book juxtapose views of each city, allowing for comparisons between the tightly packed buildings of Greenwich Village and the pastel roofs, curving lawns and expanses of sand in Lancaster, a city in Los Angeles County. In another comparison, the star-shaped enclosure around the Statue of Liberty echoes the octagonal building at the end of the Manhattan Beach pier.

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LA NY: Aerial Photographs of Los Angeles and New York
by Jeffrey Milstein

more at PDN

Nature Photographer of the Year Contest 2017

Wallpapers from the editors’ favorite submissions to the photo contest.

Weaver and nest by Federico Rizzato
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lan Ha Bay by Son Tong
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Flamingos and their Nests by Ge Xiao
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Tonic of Wildness by Manish Mamtani
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Antarctic Iceberg by Sam Edmonds
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Nature Photographer of the Year Contest 2017
more wallpapers at National Geographic

Amazing Early Highlights of the 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest

With a little more than a month to go, the 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest is in full swing. Photographers have until November 17, 2017 to enter their best photographs valuing the beauty of the natural world.

Photo by Jay Ruan
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Photo by Marc Hornig
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Photo by Alexis Darden
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Photo by Phillip Chang
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Photo by Shane Kalyn
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Amazing Early Highlights of the 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest
more by Jessica Stewart at My Modern Met

Aerial Images of Vibrant Landscapes by Photographer Niaz Uddin

Niaz Uddin is a photographer, director, and filmmaker that explores a variety of natural landscapes from high above. His color-saturated photographs explore crowded beaches and remote tide pools, capturing each of the scenic environments from a bird’s eye view.

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Aerial Images of Vibrant Landscapes by Photographer Niaz Uddin
more by Kate Sierzputowski on Colossal

Top Shots of All Time!

The BIG Collection
“More than 10,000 images were published during the last 3 years. So many great photographers, and choosing from so many images, It’s almost an impossible mission. But, after all those hours, I decided to exhibit the most impressive, giving inspiration and the images I find as the most powerful. The collection is a combination of most known international photographers along side with emerging photographers that for my opinion is most impressive! “
-Dafna Navarro, Founder, Editor in Chief, Lens Magazine

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Top Shots of All Time!
more in Lens Magazine – Issue 36