Rain | Snow | Christophe Jacrot

See the urban landscapes of New York under a cloak of twilight and inclement weather. Christophe Jacrot shows scurrying city dwellers caught between melancholy, reflection, and an inexplicable sense of security.

Whenever a bad weather front builds up near a large city, Christophe Jacrot cannot be far away. The French photographer purposely seeks out rain and snow to capture atmospheric moments. The adverse weather conditions create special lighting conditions for the images. The streets empty out, and Jacrot finds the intense situations that develop into the particular power of his work. Even though he consciously takes them in colour, Jacrot’s images look like they could be stills from film noir movies.
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Awesome Shots For A Rainy Day

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing rain in this photo contest.

“Wet here” by PoloD
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“Stormy shooting ” by dimipapanikos
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“Tamara” by _3109
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“Labyrinth” by CarriAngel
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“In raining …” by MarketaNovak
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from “42 Awesome Shots For A Rainy Day”

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Wet Neon

In my opinion all the most beautiful and really valuable things are right before our eyes from the very childhood, and probably for this reason we stop to notice it when we grow up. Seeing the splendor in things that other people call dull or even unpleasant is a very controversial gift, but at the same time wonderful.
In this set I want to present to your attention the beauty of the defects of ordinary roads in an ordinary city after the ordinary rain.

Hello, My Name is Slava Semeniuta. I am an artist and photographer. I love everything that looks cosmic. Neon colors are colors that are rarely found in nature.
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Wet Neon
by Local Preacher, Slava Semeniuta

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Le Pro-10 capture de la mode au style Japonesque

Le Pro-10, dernier générateur haut de gamme de Profoto, est le flash le plus rapide au monde. Il a une durée d’éclair à couper le souffle allant jusqu’à 1/80 000 de seconde, et des rafales rapides pouvant atteindre 50 éclairs par seconde. Masaaki Tomitori, un photographe de publicité basé à Tokyo, prend les commandes de ce formidable flash lors d’une séance photo de mode pour le magazine SHOOTING. L’idée est de capturer le style Japonesque avec les yeux d’un photographe japonais. Voici un aperçu de la réalisation, avec une interview de Masaaki Tomitori. Celui-ci explore les incroyables capacités du Pro-10, qui libère véritablement la créativité du photographe.

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Le Pro-10 capture de la mode au style Japonesque
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Rainy Street Photography | Ed Gordeev

Rainy Street Photography
by Ed Gordeev

edgordeev10aСанкт-Петербург. Лето
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edgordeev10bлиссабонские зарисовки…
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edgordeev10cСанкт-Петербург. Октябрь..
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edgordeev10dБарселона
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edgordeev10eОсенняя фотография…
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Ed Gordeev Photography
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