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Mountain Road by Igor Debevec
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Seoul Design Plaza by Pedro Bonay
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In Paris by Osvaldo Ghirardi
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Download by Hugues Hardy
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Lindisfarne View by Steve Cheetham
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Glencoe Lochan by John Starkey
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Black and White 04 – Mono World – Camerapixo photography magazine
Nature, Architecture, Portrait, Travel, Documentary …

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Historic Photographer of the Year

The first Historic Photographer of the Year awards showcase the world’s very best historic places and cultural sites from across the globe, capturing everything from the most famous national treasures to the obscure and forgotten hidden gems.

The overall winning image was shot by Matt Emmett from Reading and taken at RAF Nocton Hall, an abandoned former military hospital. The winning public vote photograph was a shot of Jedburgh Abbey taken on a school trip, and was won by Manchester’s Jenna Johnston.

RAF Nocton Hall and US Military Hospital, Lincolnshire
Photographer: Matt Emmett
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Jedburgh Abbey
Photographer: Jenna Johnston
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Shortlisted:

Corfe Magic
Photographer: Robert Maynard
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The Eiffel Tower, France
Photographer: Maxim Mishin
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Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya, Thailand
Photographer: Mathew Browne
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Historic Photographer of the Year
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Arcaid Awards 2017

The Finalists of the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2017

Photographer: Adam Letch Project: A recently completed chapel built on Bosjes farm in Ceres, Cape Town by Steyn Studio
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Photographer: Terrence Zhang Project: Swimming Pool, New Campus of Tianjin University, China by Atelier Li Xinggang
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Photographer: Tom Stahl Project: Black Rock Lighthouse Service in the Nevada desert, USA
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Photographer: David Borland Project: ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Museum, Aarhus, Denmark by schmidt hammer lassen / Olafur Eliasson
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Photographer: Matt Emmett, ‘Covered Reservoir’ – Winner of the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2016
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Nightlife in Singapore – A photographer’s perspective

Apart from being a sprawling metropolis, Singapore is also a fabulous photographic destination. At dusk, Singapore transforms itself into a glittering extravaganza of light and colour that makes it irresistible for photographers. A creative eye, a decent camera and a tripod is all that you need to photograph this vibrant city at night. From popular tourist attractions like the Merlion Park to the lesser known Johor Straits, you have an ample choice of hotspots to explore and capture.

Antara Sharma is a software engineer by profession and extremely passionate about photography. Her passion for photography has stemmed from her undying love towards nature and wildlife, which is reflected in most of her earlier images. Gradually, however, Antara has managed to venture into travel, food and architecture photography. Her current camera gear includes a Sony A7R II and a Nikon D500, accompanied by a wide variety of lenses.
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Nightlife in Singapore – A photographer’s perspective
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Black and White Fine Art Photography

We proudly presenting the 4th issue of Fine EYE Magazine. This issue is a great selection of fine art photography, submitted by our members in our Facebook photo group.
This issue is fully dedicated to black and white in fine art photography.

Fernando Mortati
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Jeremiah Gilbert
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Johnny C’barth
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Cindy Vondran
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Giulio Irving
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Fine EYE Magazine, Issue #4, 2017, Black and White edition
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Hi-tech Tokyo

Sam Pritchard is captivated by Japan’s futuristic architecture at night.

Tokyo has been destroyed and reconstructed twice in the twentieth century, so compared to London and other European cities that exhibit more of a fusion of classical and modern architecture, Tokyo’s skyline and fabric appears to be more modern, consisting largely of buildings built during the bubble economy. Buildings made of stone or brick are an exception – everything seems to be clad in glass, tile or synthetic material. There are hardly any arches either – everything is straight lines and the sloped angles of the upper floors of apartment buildings seem synonymous with Tokyo. This adds to the Lego-like appearance.

The high population density requires that available living space is used efficiently and innovatively, so you can find anything from sports grounds to driving schools on the rooftops. This density and constant activity give it a futuristic vibe, while the fluorescent neon signage illuminates the city at night.

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Hi-tech Tokyo

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The 2017 EyeEm Awards Finalists

This year’s EyeEm Awards shattered all previous records: In five categories, we received more than 590,000 submissions from over 88,000 photographers. This is our jury’s pick of finalists—the winners will be announced at the EyeEm Festival on September 16th.

The Architect
by Bruno Guerreiro
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The Photojournalist
by Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
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The Street Photographer
by Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet
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The Portraitist
by Valerio Gualandi
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The Great Outdoors
by Michael Moeller
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more finalists at EyeEm