Eye Catching Moments

EYE-Photo Magazine, is an independent online publisher, providing a platform for aspiring, enthusiastic and talented photographers from all over the world to present their work to an international readership.

Traffic by Kmon Nguyen
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Stairs by Quang Pham
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by Masatoshi Washim
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by Wenpeng Lu
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by In Soo Han
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Eye Catching Moments
a lot more in Eye Photo Magazine

2018 Street Photography Awards

Montrez-nous vos rues
Les 4èmes LensCulture Street Photography Awards vous invitent à partager votre perspective sur les rues du monde ! Nous voulons découvrir les meilleurs photographes et leur vision de la vie dans la rue dans le monde entier. Engagez-vous dans la communauté photographique internationale, montrez vos œuvres à notre jury prestigieux, ainsi qu’à des experts de la profession et à notre public de plus de 3 millions de personnes. Les Prix et avantages comprennent une exposition à Arles ; $22.000 de bourses ; des expositions dans des festivals photo internationaux ; la publication dans le livre-photo LensCulture ; une visibilité internationale, et bien plus.
Notez qu’il y a une possibilité d’inscrire une image unique gratuitement pour tous les participants ! Nous voulons vraiment découvrir les faiseurs d’images les plus talentueux et nous pensons que CHAQUE photographe mérite une opportunité de visibilité et de reconnaissance, sans restriction.

Jober Costa, Brazil
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Damian Chrobak, United Kingdom
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Sergi Escribano, Spain
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Joseph Cela, United States
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Arjit Chowdhury, Bangladesh
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Matthew Zory, United States
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Pelle Sten, Sweden
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Montrez-nous vos rues aujourd’hui !
Date-limite d’inscription : mardi, 1 mai 2018
plus de détails à: lensculture

Superb images by Jeremy Walter, winner of the IBTimes UK minimalist architecture photography competition

When International Business Times UK joined forces with EyeEm to launch The Graphic City a minimalist architecture photography competition, we asked EyeEm’s community of photographers to come up with creative compositions highlighting interesting angles, shapes and converging lines in cities and towns.
The response far exceeded our expectations in terms of both numbers and quality; we received more than 46,000 entries from all over the world. Thankfully, the initial judging was done by EyeEm’s patented technology, which uses machine learning and neural networks to assess all of the images on their aesthetic quality and how well they fit the brief. Once the computer had done all the hard work, the humans stepped in.
By David Sim

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Superb images by Jeremy Walter, winner of the IBTimes UK minimalist architecture photography competition
more at ibtimes

Street Photography by Siegfried Hansen

“Street Photography has a little bit of everything – reportage, documentation, art and composition”
Siegfried Hansen

Photographing people and the street is a true art, born of a deep-seated passion. And as Siegfried Hansen said, “street photography is reportage, documentation, art and composition”. Zoom has chosen to dedicate its final issue for 2017 to those photographers who have always reveled in the urban scene, in capturing the city and its people. Their attention to composition is extreme, as is their view of their subjects and the use of color and natural lighting. Some prefer black-and-white, others strong color contrast. Some search out that fleeting moment, others the irony of daily life. When and where are not important. What counts is bringing to life photographs that immortalize instants of infinity.
Cover: Siegfried Hansen
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more at Zoom Magazine