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

monkeyspotters01a monkeyspotters01b monkeyspotters01c monkeyspotters01d monkeyspotters01e monkeyspotters01f monkeyspotters01g monkeyspotters01h monkeyspotters01i— – —

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

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

more at Outdoor Photography Guide

Photo of the Day: Best of 2016

Photo of the Day: Best of 2016

potd2016aPeekaboo
Photograph by Dariusz Kucharski and Kornelia Kucharska, National Geographic Your Shot
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potd2016bA Jungle Down There
Photograph by Matthias Hauser, National Geographic Your Shot
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potd2016cCloak of Color
Photograph by Ivan Dimitrov, National Geographic Your Shot
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potd2016dPainted Park
Photograph by iGoal L. , National Geographic Your Shot
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potd2016eTime to Go
Photograph by Akinori Koseki, National Geographic Your Shot
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potd2016fPride and Power
Photograph by Bjorn Persson, National Geographic Your Shot
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potd2016gAlien Glow
Photograph by Garret Suhrie, National Geographic Your Shot
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Each Photo of the Day we publish is meant to inspire wonder and curiosity, to bring a unique corner of the world into focus, present a new take on the familiar, or celebrate simple beauty. And in addition to telling a visual story, we often introduce the photographer who captured the stunning shot—and reveal the effort behind it.

The best photos from this year are saturated with an intent and gravity that stay with you. The outstretched hands of a brickyard worker, the regal pose of an African lion—these are images that linger in the memory long beyond their daily moment.

more by Jeanne Modderman
at National Geographic

Behind The Camera

Behind The Camera
The sporting images of 2016, as explained by the photographers who captured them

behindthecamera12aBolt looks left | Kai Pfaffenbach Reuters
“When Usain Bolt prepared for his 100m semi final, I decided to play with slow shutter speed for that race. I set my camera [shutter speed] to a 50th of a second, and was waiting for the moment when he passed my position. In this very moment, he looked to his left with the proud smile and my first thought was: ‘Hopefully I got this sharp.’ Well, I’ve been a lucky bunny in this case, but I still would not have imagined at this moment that this picture would go viral and get worldwide recognition.”
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behindthecamera12bPow! | Richard W Rodriguez Fort Worth Star-Telegram
“A ground ball was hit to third base and I started shooting as I followed the play. I lost focus as the third baseman passed in front of me, after throwing the ball to second baseman Rougned Odor [above right]. So I saw Jose Bautista’s late slide in the viewfinder, but the camera did not catch focus again until Odor turned to face him… Bautista got up, got shoved, and looked like he was going in to strike. Unfortunately for him, Odor was quicker to the punch and landed the first blow.”
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behindthecamera12cParalympic performance | Buda Mendes Getty Images
“The photo was taken using a remote camera underwater. The camera used was a Canon 1Dx with a 16-35mm f2.8 lens. The camera was connected to the laptop via cables, allowing its configuration and the activation by pocket wizard. This operation was all performed in the pool position of the photographers, from where I photographed, with two other cameras. Every day, along with experienced diver Simon Lodge, I tried to take a photo from a different angle, to further enhance the content of coverage at the Paralympic Games. I studied a lot of the underwater photos produced by the Getty team during the Olympics and so came closer to the camera in the starting block, in order to enhance the movement of athletes in the water.”
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behindthecamera12dGold and blue | Dan Sheridan INPHO
“The Fiji rugby team were celebrating their Olympic victory, and all the other photographers were shooting the whole team with a wide lens. But I saw this player [Ro Dakuwaqa] with the blue eye and thought it would make a really nice image if he was to bite the medal. So I shouted at a few of the players to bite their medals – and I took this image on a long lens to get the effect you see now.”
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Behind The Camera
The sporting images of 2016, as explained by the photographers who captured them

more at Sport Magazine