Cover Girl, Photographer, Model, Make-up Artist …

Modellenland Magazine is a fresh, new submission based editorial publication that celebrates the true art of fashion and the emerging artists behind it.

Modellenland is a Free Belgian magazine but we accept also entries from other countries. Everybody can publish for free, photographers, MUA, stylists, models, good amateur, students, semiprofessional, professional etc…

Modellenland Magazine is a fashion, beauty, editorial and conceptual art magazine and will be published monthly. The goal is to show our submitters their portfolio worldwide to model and PR-agencies, and brand labels.

Modellenland will focus on creative minds from all over the fashion world. It will be a magazine for aspiring artists who deserve recognition for their work.

Modellenland Magazine is available in a free digital format.

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Get the latest issue here for free!

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The PENTAXIANS Yearbook 2019

Welcome to the third edition of the PENTAXIANS Yearbook. From now on we can say it is a series and no accident! We received more contributions than ever, of overwhelmingly high qual- ity, both technically and artistically. This large number of contributions led us to the point where it’s no longer possible to include all of them in the printed edition. Thankfully, the digital version suffers no such physical or cost limitation, so we have been able to include all contributions online. The digital version also benefits from far wider distribution than the print, with more than 15,000 downloads.

We congratulate Michele Marcolin for the title shot

This year, we also celebrate 100 years of Asahi Optical Joint Stock Co. – the mother of our beloved camera brand. So Happy Birthday – this is our gift to you! Thank you all for being part of it and for being such an awesome community of great photographers from all around the world.

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The PENTAXIANS Yearbook 2019

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The Underwater Photographer of the Year 2020 Yearbook

All the 2020 winning images, all the back-stories, all the judges comments, alltogether in one stunning publication

Click here to download the 2020 Yearbook (30Mb pdf document)

Highly Commended – Wide angle
‘Underwater Fashion’
Wayne Lai (China)
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Highly Commended – Portraits
‘Bargi Hope’
David Alpert (United Kingdom)
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Winner – Portraits
‘Butterfly Effect’
Lilian Koh (Singapore)
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Third – British Waters Wide Angle
‘Fireworks anemone sunburst’
Trevor Rees (United Kingdom)
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Highly Commended – Macro
Mika Saareila (Finland)
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In conjunction with Underwater Photography Magazine the UPY team have once again produced this stunning Yearbook which brings together the 125 winning images from the 2020 competition.
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The Yearbook is a free to download PDF document
more at Underwater Photographer of the Year

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Make the most of this time

Stream every class for free

Nikon’s mission has always been to empower creators. In these uncertain times, we can do that by helping creators stay inspired, engaged and growing. That’s why we’re providing all of our courses free for the entire month of April. Let’s come out of this even better.

Get into the creator’s mindset and learn how to easily shoot video with Nikon cameras

Learn the secrets to taking portraits that will be cherished for a lifetime

Learn how to make a picture, not just take one

Take control of your photography. Nikon School instructor and professional photographer Reed Hoffmann will help you go beyond your camera’s Auto mode and master the fundamentals of photography
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Nikon School | Online
Whatever your skill level or camera brand, Nikon School classes can help you expand your photography and video skills.

Stream every class for free at Nikon

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Don’t Eat The Props

I never would have guessed that I would be a professional food photographer and stylist. I’ve always gravitated towards people and dramatic costumes and makeup as my muses. I quickly learned that I can have just as much creative flair with food and, also have a subject that doesn’t talk back or cancel a session. It does, however, expire.

My advice to those starting out is to find and make as many of your props and surfaces as you can. You also don’t need brand new equipment or gear. If you do your research, you can find good deals on used equipment or even rent before you buy to see what you like. Some of the surfaces I like to shoot with the most are ones I’ve made myself. They are also guaranteed to be unique.

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Don’t Eat The Props by Lauren Lear

more in The Big Photo E-Zine at The Photographer Academy

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