The lights of the Dolomites

The mountain range of the Italian Dolomites has always been my second home. Many times I came in these places to reflect, dream, forget about problems and in these mountains my art was born.
This is a serie that includes my personal favorite works about the Dolomites but there will be always new groups of pictures about specific elements, weather conditions, styles of editing.
—Isabella Tabacchi

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The lights of the Dolomites
by Isabella Tabacchi

more at behance

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Landscapes by Marek Biegalski

“I’m commercial, portrait and nature/landscapes photographer. Born in Poland in the early ’70s, I have moved to Ireland in 2006. I’m a self-thought photographer. My work captures sublime moments of light and surrounding, which is a result of meticulous planning and preparation. I’m looking out for patterns within the landscape and the hidden link between reality and the imagination.”

Kirkjuffell
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Light over Vestrahorn
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Slowenian classic
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3 Diamonds
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Landscapes by Marek Biegalski
more at 35photo

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Industrial and Commercial Architecture Exteriors

This contest is for your photos of the exterior of buildings which are used for commercial or industrial purposes. Examples include factories, warehouses, shops, hotels and office blocks. You could show a close view of the industrial or commercial building, showing off the architectural details, or a wider view of the entire structure within its immediate surroundings. Make sure the architecture of the buildings is clearly visible, so please do not enter distant views of industrial or city skylines. Buildings should clearly be for industry or commerce, and be photographed from the outside. Images can be in colour or black and white.

Novotel
by Inge Schuster
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Selfridges Birmingham
by Inge Schuster
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Mode Gakuen Tower Shinjuku Tokyo
by RobCK
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Petrons Twin Towers
by Keith Lau
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Cantley Sugar Factory
by Jan Murphy
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Industrial and Commercial Architecture Exteriors
more at photocrowd

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Amongst Giants

Landscape photographer Ted Gore circles the globe creating stunning images of the majestic and the mundane.
It has never been more difficult to make a truly notable landscape photograph. Yes, technology has made mastery of the photographic process more accessible than ever, but it has simultaneously become nearly impossible to create something unique. To stand on the shoulders of those who have come before without recreating the same work is no small feat.

Unique Technique
To be clear, Gore says, in no way is he an illustrator who creates his images in the computer. They’re grounded in traditional photography. It’s simply that he uses multiple exposures and post-processing techniques to make his images come alive. He’s a talented visual artist employing the many tools at his fngertips, as the master manipulators of the traditional darkroom did for decades.
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Amongst Giants
by Ted Gore

more in Outdoor Photographer Magazine

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Ces incroyables photos de voyage vont vous donner des idées pour 2020

Les photographes Nat Geo Your Shot ont immortalisé cinquante destinations mondiales pour votre prochaine grande aventure.
Un lac volcanique en Indonésie. Une séance de nage avec les dauphins de Maurice. Une boutique de ramen pour vos fringales nocturnes à Tokyo. Des ballots de foin en Italie. Les images de cette galerie sont tout sauf ordinaires, même lorsqu’elles représentent un lieu a priori banal. Avec ces 50 clichés, les photographes de la communauté National Geographic Your Shot démontrent que des instants riches de sens à la beauté extraordinaire peuvent vous attendre n’importe où.

Photographie de Sherwin Magsino
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Photographie de Oleg Rest
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Photographie de Ana Knezevic
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Photographie de Aleö Krivec
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Photographie de Favre Lionel
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Ces incroyables photos de voyage vont vous donner des idées pour 2020
via National Geographic

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Photographer Daniel Kordan | Даниил Коржонов

“I have been fascinated by the possibilities of photography since my early childhood. I grew up at beautiful lake region under Moscow exploring wild nature, spending most of my free time in the nature. I graduated the art painting school when I was a kid. Mix art, nature, constant activities and you’ll receive a summary – art of Landscape photography.”

Алые паруса
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Корейские сосны
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Валакири
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Кипарисовые болота Техаса
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Алые паруса
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Photographer Daniel Kordan | Даниил Коржонов
more at 35photo

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On The Road Again…

Né à Toronto en 1970, David Drebin vit et travaille à New York. Après des études au Parsons School of Design, il se fait très vite remarquer pour ses portraits de célébrités, s’ensuivent alors d’importantes campagnes publicitaires internationales. Il présente en 2005 sa première exposition à Berlin, passant ainsi du statut de photographe professionnel à celui d’artiste, entériné par la publication de son livre « Love and Other Stories ». Les arrière-plans urbains, de New York à Hong Kong tels d’opulents décors, sont habités de femmes fatales saisies lorsque la tension est portée à son paroxysme. En effet, le caractère profondément cinématographique qui caractérise son oeuvre est la résultante de plusieurs thèmes qui lui sont chers : la mélancolie, le sexe et l’humour. Autant psychologiques que voyeuristes, ses oeuvres ont la particularité de faire ressurgir de façon concrète des émotions enfouies en chacun de nous.

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via Opiom Gallery

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