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Stylish Winter Photography in Munich

Stylish Winter Photography in Munich

Skander Khlif is a photographer, visual Storyteller, curator, engineer  and buisness development manager but for this post we want to focus on his photography skills. He shared an incredible set of photos titled A Winter Sunday In Munich. As you can expect by the title it's all about the freezing cold winter in the beautiful German city. There's some quite unique shots like the first one that has some nice details like the little message written on the snow. I also love the ones with the water reflection. I got quite inspired to try some of those angles myself. At the end of the day, that's what creativity is all about, learning from people that is way better than you and then trying to add your own point of view. Anyways, check out the beautiful photography and Happy Holidays! Photography

Photography: It's time for the Holidays!

Photography: It's time for the Holidays!

Just about two weeks before Christmas time, I don't know why but this is my favourite part of the year. It's usually the time where you get yourself loose for delicious foods, cherish the love with siblings and desperately getting some time off everything. Time for a reset! As another lovely tradition on ABDZ (something we haven't done in years), we are sharing this collection of photography with a theme about the holidays. We are grateful to have platforms like Unsplash where it's quite easy to find high-quality images for multiple use. Whatever it is for an email, cover picture, holiday wishes or else; we hope you will enjoy this collection. More Links Cover Image by rawpixel.com Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram Holiday Photography Image by Andrea Reggiani Image by Jez Timms Image by Thomas Kelley Image by Joanna Kosinska Image by Annie Spratt Image by freestocks.org Image by Element5 Digital Image by Joanna Kosinska Image by Pro Church Media Image by rawpixel.com Image by Annie Spratt Image by Erwan Hesry Image by rawpixel.com Image by Markus Spiske Image by Annie Spratt Image by Mark Rabe Image by Jad Limcaco Image by Annie Spratt

Digital Photography: Winter Haze by Philip Karlberg

Digital Photography: Winter Haze by Philip Karlberg

Currently living in the North side of America, the month of December generally comes with what we truly love and also hate the same time. Snow! Again, there is still a beauty in watching a snowfall in the city and even outside of all its glory. We are following Sweden-based photographer Philip Karlberg in a beautiful series of digital photography of the archipelago of Stockholm, Sweden; entitled: Winter Haze. Philip Karlberg is a photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. Philip had the opportunity to work with brands like such as Vogue, Swarovski, Bang & Olufsen and Volvo to name a few. You should check out his Behance for more of his work. A series shot in the archipelago of Stockholm, Sweden More Links Learn more about Philip Karlberg at philipkarlberg.com Follow Philip Karlberg's work on Behance Digital Photography  

Digital Photography: Exploring Monument Valley, Arizona

Digital Photography: Exploring Monument Valley, Arizona

Let's explore the Monument Valley area in Arizona through the camera of photographer Alessandro Guida. If you are a movie fan, you might have recognized this famous location from movies like Forrest Gump and even Back to the Future Part 3. Going through Alessandro's beautiful series, it definitely gives you a Western Cowboy atmosphere. Is it definitely on my bucket list destinations to fly a drone? Hah! Or at least for long photo walk! From Rotterdam, Netherlands, Alessandro Guida is a photographer that travels the World to various locations from Italy, Hong Kong, Beijing and more. You should definitely check out his Behance for more. More Links Learn more about Alessandro Guida at aleguida.com Follow Alessandro's work on Behance Digital Photography  

Estonian Film Museum by Andrés Gallardo Albajar

Estonian Film Museum by Andrés Gallardo Albajar

We're really digging these 'Wes Anderson-y' shots of the Estonian Film Museum by photographer Andrés Gallardo Albajar.  BOA Architects created this beautiful, modern structure and Andres does a perfect job of showcasing the many different facets through his lens. Our personal favorite shots are of the 210-seat cinema and conference hall with not one soul in the frame. Enjoy and learn more about the museum itself after the gallery.  ABOUT THE ESTONIAN FILM MUSEUM The Film Museum, which operates as part of the Estonian History Museum, now has a building of its own in Maarjamäe Palace Park. Visitors are directed to the Film Museum via a pathway that resembles a red carpet, so that when you walk towards the museum, you feel like a true film star. This cinematographic alley is lined with playful works of art, inspired by masterpieces of Estonian film. It leads visitors to an exhibition dedicated to the history of cinema in Estonia and to what happens behind the scenes in the global film industry.

Digital Photography: Los Angeles, California with Ludwig Favre

Digital Photography: Los Angeles, California with Ludwig Favre

I am about to hit the West Coast for a few days next week, as someone living in the North with the cold. It will be a treat to change my warm coat for a pair of sandals. Let's take a look at the digital photography series by Paris-based photographer Ludwig Favre about Los Angeles, California. The multiple beaches to explore alongside that light gradient blue sky and let's not forget about the sunsets as well. Let's admire this beautiful collection! Ludwig Favre is a professional photographer based in Paris, France. We love Lugwig's work on ABDZ, you should definitely follow his work on Instagram. More Links Learn more about Ludwig Favre at ludwigfavre.com Follow Ludwig's work on Behance Follow Ludwig on Instagram Digital Photography  

dolomites

Dolomites in Infrared by Andrea and Francesco Padovani

Nine days, more than 110 kilometers of trek and three rolls of Aerochrome film is the equation for this epic gallery of photographs by Andrea and Francesco Padovani, a graphic design duo from Italy. This past summer the pair embarked on a follow up of their photographic project called "Dolomites in Infrared" - an ongoing project they started in 2016 in which they aimed to capture some of the most suggestive landscapes of the Italian Dolomites on delicate infrared film. This kind of film is quite unforgiving, and small changes in the light and the weather can deliver very different results in terms of color and contrast. We're in awe of the beautiful shots captured and the effort to get each shot makes them that much more special to us. Take a look at the first part of the project here and if you're interested in limited edition fine art prints you can drop a line here. #DOLOMITESININFRARED  

Beautiful Photography with the iPhone

Beautiful Photography with the iPhone by Eric Van Nynatten

It's incredible how technology allowed us to express ourselves and so many different ways. Photography is one of the biggest forms of expression and art that took fully advantage or got mass adoption. The cameras on smartphones are getting better every year and they can already replace the traditional cameras. They say that the best camera is the one you have available when you needed. You always have your phone with you, so there's your answer. But to give you a bit more context about, check out the beautiful photography examples that Eric Van Nynatten shared on his Behance profile. It's titled Shots on iPhone, part 1 and 2. As I said, it's not about the equipment as much as the vision to capture day to day moments and make them memorable or should I dare say, magic. For this series of photos shot on iPhone, I wanted to push the capabilities of the iPhone and see if I could achieve the same results as my full-frame mirrorless, from shooting in ideal sunlit settings to low-light conditions. All images were shot on iPhone 6/8 Plus and edited using VSCO & Snapseed apps for iOS. Photography on iPhone New York Chicago & New York   New York   Santiago Calatrava's The Oculus, New York   New York   New York   New York   Chicago   New York   New York Chicago   New York   New York   Utah & Iowa Follow Eric on Instagram for more work @ericvannynatten

Exploring foggy Hamburg at night: a Photography Series by Mark Broyer

Exploring foggy Hamburg at night: a Photography Series by Mark Broyer

It's a totally different atmosphere to take pictures at night. There's a beauty to capture even though we are not chasing shadows or stride by. It's a whole distinct experience, I wish I had more time to take pictures at night. It's quite inspiring to see what Hamburg-based photographer Mark Broyer did and you gotta love how the neon lights complement the fog in a very subtle way. Mark Broyer is a photographer based in of course Hamburg, Germany. Focusing his work on digital photography and retouching; he really enjoys wandering the streets during the calmness of the night. More Links Learn more about Mark Broyer at intothelife.de Follow Mark on Behance    

The Agoraphobic Traveller: Seeing the World with Google Street View

The Agoraphobic Traveller: Seeing the World with Google Street View

Jacqui Kenny is not your typical everyday photographer, running under the name of The Agoraphobic Traveller, she is suffering from agoraphobia. What is it? It's a type of anxiety disorder in which you fear and avoid places or situations that might cause you to panic for example. So she decided to travel the world through Google Street View, she scattered places like Chile, Mongolia, and Senegal with accumulating over more than 27,000 photos. The Agoraphobic Traveller is Jacqui Kenny; a London-based photographer that uses Google Street View to travel the world. Check out more of her work on Instagram. Agoraphobia & anxiety limit my ability to travel, so I've found another way to see the world #GoogleStreetView More Links Learn more about Jacqui Kenny at theagoraphobictraveller.com Follow the Agoraphobic Traveller on Instagram Photo Gallery  

Photography: Breath of the Dolomites Series

Photography: Breath of the Dolomites Series

The Italian Dolomites are a range of mountains located in the Northeaster of Italy. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage, it's a beautiful series of mountains to capture. We are following the work of San Francisco-based photographer Michael Shainblum and his photographic voyage to the Dolomites. You gotta love how sharp are his pictures and the whole atmosphere it creates almost makes you feel the tone of the colours. Michael Shainblum is a filmmaker, photographer and timelapse artist based in San Francisco, California. You should definitely check out his Behance, lots of stunning projects. We'll do another feature about his insane timelapses! A collection of landscape photography taken in the Italian Dolomites. More Links Learn more about Michael Shainblum at shainblumphoto.com Follow Michael's work on Behance Photography  

#ScaryClownNight X Burger King Digital Campaign

#ScaryClownNight X Burger King Digital Campaign

If you're easily unnerved by the sight of creepy clowns you may want to avoid select Burger King locations throughout the US if you're jonesing for a Whopper on Halloween. On the other hand, if you enjoy dressing up as a creepy clown, you could earn yourself a FREE Whopper sandwich if you live in the following US cities: Miami, Austin, TX, Boston, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City. Enter the suitably scary digital campaign "Come as A Clown, Eat Like a King" by global creative agency LOLAMullenLowe that has now been executed in over 20 global markets. Here in the US, the campaign launched via Burger King's YouTube with a simple call to action, dress as a creepy clown and you'll be rewarded with a delicious Whopper in return.  So get your costume ready, head to your local BK restaurant and join in the fun. Burger King is also encouraging those participating in Tuesday's promotion to send pictures using hashtag #ScaryClownNight. #ScaryClownNight Photography Agency: LOLA MullenLowe Campaign: Scary Clown Night Client: Burger King Client Contacts: Fernando Machado Chief Creative Officer: Chacho Puebla Executive Creative Director: Pancho Cassis Creative Director: Fred Bosch, Fabio Brigido, Tomás Ostiglia Copywriter : Alvaro Palma, Jose Sancho, Tom Elliston Art Director: Pedro Sattin Community Manager: Alex Sánchez Head of PR: Sarah Okrent Account Director: Carlos Solchaga Account Manager: Beatriz Sanz, Laura Gerpe Strategic Planner: Marcelle Santos Channel Planner: Daniel Packness Agency Producer: Florencia Caputo, César Baciero, Diego Baltazar Production Company (FILM): Only 925 Director: Rodrigo Cortes Executive Producer: Maria Jesus Horcajuelo Production Manager: Oscar Vigiola D.O.P : Rafa García Editor: Efrain Parrilla Post-Pro: Serena Photographer: Ale Burset Retoucher: Diego Speroni Music: Hijos Media Agency: Vision Media PR Agency in UK : Weber Shandwick

Instagram Follow: Black & White Photography with @jasonmpeterson

Instagram Follow: Black & White Photography with @jasonmpeterson

Recently I noticed a few of my friends on social media hustling down on this black & white photography challenge. It was funny and interesting to see the results! Most of them simply add a filter to their pictures but we do understand there is a bit more conceptual thinking that goes into this style of photography. Let's take a look at the work of Jason Peterson (@jasonmpeterson) who is a Chicago-based photographer that takes black & white photography to a whole different level. Take a look. Behind the lens is the work of Jason Peterson, the Chief Creative Officer at Havas Chicago. Care to check out his legendary Instagram account, one of the few people I know that has 1M followers and who's not a celebrity per se. More Links Follow Jason Peterson on Instagram Via Instagram city to city A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Oct 20, 2017 at 2:19pm PDT chicago things A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Oct 8, 2017 at 8:58am PDT F words | http://www.tinker-street.com/podcast/. (Link in bio) A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Sep 30, 2017 at 12:27pm PDT another state of mind A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Sep 18, 2017 at 7:30am PDT void you out A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Sep 10, 2017 at 8:29am PDT see what happens when the summer ends A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Sep 9, 2017 at 7:57am PDT Off! A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Aug 24, 2017 at 8:26am PDT lost control again today A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Aug 23, 2017 at 6:39am PDT at the drive in A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Aug 2, 2017 at 11:35am PDT strange ways A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Jul 16, 2017 at 9:35am PDT kill the moonlight A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Jul 10, 2017 at 7:48am PDT start without me A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Jun 26, 2017 at 4:40pm PDT role models A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Jun 16, 2017 at 9:06am PDT workbook A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on May 25, 2017 at 9:30am PDT chi day A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Apr 22, 2017 at 9:18am PDT jim jarmusch A post shared by jasonmpeterson (@jasonmpeterson) on Mar 21, 2017 at 6:20am PDT

Photography: Exploring Singapore Day & Night

Photography: Exploring Singapore Day & Night

I am slowly gearing up for our next adventure and hopefully we will be heading to Singapore this year or in 2018. One of the best thing I do enjoy before a vacation trip, one of the many things and it's exploring a city or place through the people who have been there. Especially through photography, I feel that travel vlogs are usually boring (my opinion!) and more about vlogging about themselves than anything else. Let's explore Singapore through the lenses of Thailand-based photographer Peeradon Ariyanukooltorn and his style is exactly the reflection of what I would be taking from cityscape, scenery, abstract architecture and even stride by shots. Peeradon Ariyanukooltorn is a freelance photographer from Nonthaburi, Thailand. I would highly suggest for you guys to follow his work on Behance. It's filled with quality projects, he definitely needs more followers. Let's get on it! More Links Learn more about Peeradon Ariyanukooltorn at yamakunz.com Follow Peeradon on Behance Digital Photography  

Introducing the 2017 Selection of the Unsplash Awards

Introducing the 2017 Selection of the Unsplash Awards

Let us introduce the 2017 Selection of the Unsplash Awards, a celebration for everyone who openly shares their photography to the community. With over 50K submissions, it must have been such a colossal task to select the 13 categories. It's very inspiring to go through the collection. It seems like every single one of them, tells a different story. Let's sit back and enjoy the Unsplash celebration! In their words We created 13 categories and selected a photo for each. In less than a month, over 50,000 photos were submitted. We were blown away. There were so many awe-inspiring photos it was nearly impossible to select just one photo for each category. Congratulations to all the selected photographers and to everyone who made time to submit a photo. It was an honor seeing every shot submitted. We were glued to our screens for hours, teleported into another world where only great artistry can take you. The Unsplash Awards was created to recognize the powerful impact Unsplash contributors have made through their generosity and artistry. We’ve created 13 photography categories to feature their work. 🏆The Unsplash Awards have arrived 🏆
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Last month, we kicked off the first Unsplash Awards to celebrate the people in the Unsplash community who openly give their photography, inspiring us all. . We created 13 categories and selected a photo for each. In less than a month, over 50,000 photos were submitted. We were blown away. There were so many awe-inspiring photos it was nearly impossible to select just one photo for each category. . To help narrow down the final selections, we invited 13 judges. Today, we celebrate the photos and photographers representing the 1st Unsplash Awards. . Congratulations to all the selected photographers and to everyone who made time to submit a photo. It was an honor seeing every shot submitted. We were glued to our screens for hours, teleported into another world where only great artistry can take you. . A special thank you to our Judges and Sponsors for helping make selections and for spreading the love. And to our community. We are honored to be building every day for you. . Congratulations to: @thedroneman @JakobOwens @jeffreyhovland @ihor_malytskyi @monika.takeasweet @efekurnaz @michaelsmarties @samuelferrara @burriss @julianpaull @hacklabo Alex Kotliarskyi . With generous support from: @djiglobal @airbnb @squarespace @gopro @google @imgix @invisionapp @chris @kodakit @lonelyplanet @ultralinx @producthunt @angel_list @awwwards @stickermule @brevitedesign @peakdesign @moment @bhphoto @abduzeedos

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Art Direction & Digital Photography: Plastic Surf by Weston Fuller

Art Direction & Digital Photography: Plastic Surf by Weston Fuller

Let's kick it off with a project that mixes it up with art direction & digital photography by Weston Fuller. The series entitled: Plastic Surf, it's a beautiful and thoughtful project illustrating our soon-to-be future with our water and the growing pollution with plastic. It's great there are many initiatives out there that aim to reduce our everyday use of this material. Imagine surfing with this view, it wouldn't be great at all. Let's together ensure the future of our water. Weston Fuller is a conceptual photographer based in Southern California. If you are into art direction, digital photography and retouching; please follow his Behance. Conceptual photo project illustrating the growing pollution of single-use plastic in our water and it's invasive effects juxtaposed to the recognizable culture, which recreates within the waters surf. More Links Learn more about Weston Fuller at westonfuller.com Follow Weston's work on Behance Art Direction & Digital Photography  

Architecture & Photography: Archistanbul Series

Architecture & Photography: Archistanbul Series

Let's take you guys to another destination, Istanbul. We are taking a sight at its beautiful architecture from what is the most populous city in Turkey. Entitled: Archistanbul, it's a photo series by a Bulgaria-based designer named Mariyan Atanasov. He does a pretty good job to capture the tone of this series by adding a conceptual and abstract approach. Beautifully stunning and worth giving a look! Mariyan Atanasov is from Sofia, Bulgaria; he is an industrial designer and photographer. If you're into Architecture and Photography, definitely check out his Behance. More Links Follow Mariyan's work on Behance Photography