A Perspective On Patterns

It was only three years ago that Javan Ng got his hands on his first Nikon DSLR camera whilst living in the Big Apple, New York City. It has been an integral part of him ever since. Every road he walks he carries the feeling that ‘maybe today will be my lucky day and I will take the photo of my life’.

An urban explorer in every right, it is his love for traversing the cities he is in that goes hand in hand with the cityscapes he captures. He marvels at the daily humdrum of the metropolis and has an eye for uncovering patterns in places others may never encounter them. “When I photograph, I want to offer my audience a fresh perspective of the city, by producing images that busy people are unable to see and marvel at everyday.”
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A Perspective On Patterns
more at nikon

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The Stunning Winning Images of AAP Magazine 11 Travels

We’re delighted to reveal the names of the 25 talented photographers who won “AAP Magazine #11: Travels”
Out of thousands of entries, these remarkable photographers come from around the world with 17 different countries being represented.
Their work allows us to escape for a few moments in these difficult times to other beautiful places around the world, allowing us to dream of a better future.
From Ethiopa’s church in the sky, to the misty mornings of China or the streets of Nizhneangarsk in Russia, we virtually travel to the four corners of the earth.

Tuan Nguyen Tan – Merit Award
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Samuel Devantery – Merit Award
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Attila Balogh – Merit Award
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Chin Leong Teo – Merit Award
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The Winner of AAP Magazine 11 Travels is Mauro De Bettio (Spain) with his image Closer to Heaven.
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The Stunning Winning Images of AAP Magazine 11 Travels
more at all about photo

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Picking a subject for me is the hardest sometimes.

Meet the Shanghai-based photographer Vitaly Golovatyuk, some of whose aerial photos are composed of multiple shots stitched together, creating new perspectives from above.

“I usually do lots of research on what I can shoot and how I can show it to people. So, picking a subject for me is the hardest sometimes, since I want to show something different, but I enjoy the process of creating/preparing my images, even if it can take a while (in planning or post-processing).”
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Aerial Photography by Vitaly Golovatyuk
more at aerial photo awards

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Le monde est une fête

Si le monde semble s’être mis sur « pause » pendant un temps, il n’a pas fini de nous émerveiller.
Fêtes traditionnelles, cérémonies religieuses, rassemblements sportifs, manifestations culturelles ou moments de joie capturés à l’angle d’une rue, mettons en lumière le monde quand il sourit, danse, vit.

Prière au temple
Photographie de Jean-Pierre Exbrayat
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Street dance
Photographie de David Bonnet
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Riyadh Season closing ceremony
Photographie de Frédéric Lepla
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Football de rue à la Havane
Photographie de Patrick Urbano
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Danseuse tahitienne dans les rues de Paris
Photographie de Isabelle Dupré
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The World’s Best Photos of Architecture

A total of 10,367 photos have been submitted to free-to-use photography app Agora, but only one photo has been voted ‘World’s Best Photo of #Architecture2020’ by the global community: congratulations to @trantuanviet who has won the competition with an aerial shot of Vietnam’s most famous footbridge, combining unique design and poetic scenery.

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Discover the #Architecture2020 finalist entries:

‘Urban Grid | Barcelona’ by @leemumford8 (UK)
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‘Matsumoto Castle in the land of the rising sun’ by @janreyem (Germany)
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‘Light Through the Dragon’s Gate’ by @blairsugarman1 (UK)
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‘Bottle Opener and Needle’ by @panvelvet (Russia)
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The World’s Best Photos of #Architecture2020
more at agora images

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