Wheels that Connect

Winning photographs from online contest on the theme “Wheels that Connect” held in the month of August for the members of the facebook group “World Photographic Forum”

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Wheels that Connect
more in Indian Photo Arts Magazine

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Wonderful Creative Use of a Frame in the Composition

The use of a frame, in a photographic composition, is powerful and generally easy to spot. A well placed frame can direct your viewers eyes right to the subject of your image.

“Beauty of the Cathedral Cove at Coromandel NZ” by Anupam Hatui
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“Israel, the Roman Upper Aqueduct In Caesarea” by Hanan Isachar
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“Lisboa” by Alex Rocio
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“La Giralda, Sevilla” by Hans Zúñiga Rojas
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“The Cat” by Diogo Narciso
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more from: “32 Photos that Demonstrate the Wonderful Creative Use of a Frame in the Composition”
at gurushots

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Rain in the City

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

Walking in the rain
by Europephotos
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Photo by Stephenpapageorge
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Photo by Chica1024
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Caroline
by PaulHenryStudios
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Photo by Sarathvitala
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more in: “49 Awesome And Rainy Shots From The City”
at viewbug

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Portraits de rue

And the Winners are…

Portrait Stella
Réalisé dans les rues de Béziers lors de la Féria.
Profil de Stella une jeune fille de 8 ans
par Thibault Morineau
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Le sens de la marche
Photo prise à Rumelange au Luxembourg. Pour cacher des travaux de construction, la ville avait posé une affiche montrant l’évolution de l’homme.
par
Robert Deganis
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Scènes de rue
Madagascar côte Ouest
par Jean Philippe Vidal
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芸妓
Geiko
par Matthieu Totet
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Enfant du Pérou
Un regard, un portrait, dans les rues de Cusco, au Pérou.
La photo est belle je le sais, mais le fait que ce regard croise mon objectif relève entièrement de la chance.
Malheureusement, en grandissant, plus d’une enfant péruvien sur trois se verra obligé de travailler afin d’aider sa famille.
par Nicolas Pregre
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Portraits de rue
via Nikon

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Mega-Artistic Shadows

Photographers often spend a lot of time thinking about the light. But, what about the shadows. Using shadows, in a composition, can create some pretty amazing, and creative images. These shots are some superb examples.

Photo by Jens-Erik Boldt
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the tree which wasn’t there
Photo by tamara.k.photo
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Photo by Isabelle Lucas-Gallay
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Photo by Lisa Plymell
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Photo by Jan-Andrè Sorarù
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more in “47 Mega-Artistic Shadows”
at gurushots

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Top Down

Photographer Petra Leary has captured international attention with her bold aerial imagery. She talks us through taking awesome photos with your drone while staying out of trouble.

Aerial photography has been around for almost as long as photography itself, but, in recent years, new life has been injected into the genre thanks to the widespread availability of drones. But drones’ ability to capture awe-inspiring aerial images is accompanied by their ability to make a nuisance of themselves.

Petra Leary has forged her way in the genre over the past three years. She has watched her Instagram posts go viral, featured in Metro and The Guardian, and has recently held her second solo exhibition, Zero Gravity, which gives a top-down perspective of basketball courts across the country. Focusing on urban scenes for the most part, Petra’s photography is unavoidably public, so she sits in the perfect position to answer the question of how to take those superhuman shots without causing trouble.

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Top Down
by Petra Leary

more in D-Photo

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