Photography is important to me because it combines all the things I really value.

“We recently spoke with Evan Batky, 19-year-old from Colorado, USA, who currently resides in Geneva, Switzerland. He tells us about his inspirations and why photography is so important to him.”

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Interview: Evan Batky
more in: Dezine Magazine
at issuu

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Supermodel

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen takes the cover story of American Vogue‘s July 2018 edition captured by fashion photography duo Inez and Vinoodh. For the session fashion editor Tonne Goodman selected pieces from Ralph Lauren Collection, Poiret, Hunza G, Dior, Kenneth Jay Lane, La Perla, Dries Van Noten, Edun, Soko, Tabula Rasa, Peter Pilotto, Chan Luu, Alexander McQueen, and Bottega Veneta. Beauty is work of hair stylist Christiaan, and makeup artist Dick Page. Produced by Paulina Cubero for Habitant Productions.

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Supermodel
Gisele Bundchen by Inez and Vinoodh
more at Design Scene

Landscapes

Landscapes by Nikolay Alexiev | Николай Алексиев

Бистришка река
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Доломити – Италия
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Седемте Рилски езера
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Язовир Въча
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Езерото Брайъс
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Бистришка река
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Landscapes by Nikolay Alexiev | Николай Алексиев
more at 35photo

National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 | Wallpapers

Editors’ favorite submissions to the photo contest.

Nacreous Clouds
Photo and caption by Bartłomiej Jurecki
Nacreous clouds or polar stratospheric clouds. On the last day of the year those clouds could be seen on the Lofoten islands in northern Norway. These clouds are characterized by a strong iridescence. Clouds are formed with a small amount of water vapor that leaked to the upper parts of the atmosphere. They scatter the light differently, that is why the color of the clouds reminds rainbow. Those clouds occur very rarely.
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The fire-breathing Giant
Photo and caption by Vladimir Voychuk
There is a rumor that you can watch forever on two things: fire and water, but when it comes to exploding lava fountains, – it is sempiternity multiplied to infinity.
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Feeding On Salt-The Zipper Of The Earth
Photo and caption by Paul-Vlad Epure
Lake Retba, or Lac Rose (Pink Lake in english), the beautiful finishing point of the worldwide known Paris-Dakar Rally (until 2009 when they moved to South America). Located north of the Cap Vert peninsula of Senegal, 30km north-east from the capital city of Dakar, the lake took his name for its pink/red waters caused by Dunaliella Salina algae and is known for its high salt content, up to 40% in some areas.
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Difference
Photo and caption by Ivan Pedretti
Winter in Stokksnes in the beach with black sand and the majestic mountain called Vestrahorn, I like the difference in colors between the white mountains and the black dunes with the yellow grass.
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Skirtberg
Photo and caption by Clara Davies
Found in the Errera Channel on the Antarctic Peninsula this immense iceberg showed obvious signs of being sculptured and worn by the icy Antarctic waters.
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National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 | Wallpapers
a lot more here

Eye Catching Moments

EYE-Photo Magazine is an independent online publisher providing a platform to all enthusiastic and talented photographers to present their work, regardless their photographic genre, to an international readership.

Salman Ahmed
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Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi by Roshan Salim
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Ekusa -tinasekku
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Homage to Celeste by Rosca Rt
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Explore the night by Stefan Thaler
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Hong Kong Girl by José Antoine Costa
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Eye Catching Moments
more in EYE-Photo Magazine, Issue #06, June 2018
via issuu

How Jasper Doest Broke the Wildlife Mould

Capturing the beauty of wildlife no longer seemed sufficient for Canon photographer Jasper Doest, so he reinvented his visual style. His photojournalistic approach to nature stories engages audiences and better reflects his passion for conservation.

Jasper Doest’s series of thought-provoking and award-winning portraits of Japanese snow monkeys elevated him to public prominence as a rising star of wildlife photography a decade ago. Far from resting on his laurels and devoting his energies to a subject for which he is now synonymous, the Dutch-based professional photographer is pursuing a more photojournalistic style, inspired by his emotional responses to man’s interaction with the environment.

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How Jasper Doest Broke the Wildlife Mould
more at Canon