Eyewear: Sunglasses, Spectacles and Monocles

In this contest I would like to see your creative photos of people wearing eyewear such as spectacles, sunglasses and monocles. Entries can be in colour, black and white or selective colour.

Untitled by Guy Krier

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Confidence breeds beauty… by Venkatesh Kumar

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Just love a good book by Elle Wallace

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English Gent by SevvyPark

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Tinted Sunglasses by Raymond Gary Payne

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Eyewear: Sunglasses, Spectacles and Monocles

more at photocrowd

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Women Portraits by Georgy Chernyadyev | Георгий Чернядьев

Разница между хорошим и средним снимком — это вопрос нескольких миллиметров, очень маленькая разница. Но существенная. Я думаю, что между фотографами нет большой разницы, зато очень важны разницы маленькие. Анри Картье-Брессон (Henri Cartier-Bresson), фотограф

Очень приятно, что посетили мой сайт!!! Я более 3 лет занимаюсь фотографией, слежу за последними тенденциями в фото-индустрии и в обработке фотографий, что позволяет делать качественные и красивые фотографии.
Открыт для коммерческих и творческих предложений.
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Women Portraits by Georgy Chernyadyev | Георгий Чернядьев
more at 35photo

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Eye Contact

A person’s eyes will often reveal their hidden thoughts and feelings. This is why it can be difficult for a photographer to capture the true essence of a subject’s eyes. We are all prone to wearing a mask, so that we don’t reveal our inner energy. These photographs have tapped into that “special something” that is occasionally revealed with the eyes.

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Eye Contact

more at gurushots

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The Beauty of People

The beauty is different through the eyes of the one who looks. There are people who have a certain type of beauty that you only notice at a closer look.

~{ Bara }~
by Jerry Mythex
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Portrait by Luís Valadares
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Portrait by Marta Zetlovka
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Portrait by SHinD von Mannoroth
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Portrait by Samir Zahirovic
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The Beauty of People
more at GuruShots

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This is why photography is an art, and why this art requires an artist. You are that artist.

For all the incredible technology packed into cameras, there is one missing element that will remain missing perhaps forever. The missing element? The combination of human eyesight and the brain’s image processor called the Visual Cortex.

What Your Camera Can’t See
A Post By: Herb Paynter
continue at Digital Photography School