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Great Advertising Photography by ED McCulloch

May 13, 2010 from abduzeedo's blog

The best thing about blogging is that we discover new professionals all the time, and in this post it's not different, it was a suggestion from a reader, and it's this amazing advertising photographer from Salt Lake City Utah called ED...

Silent-View Photography Project

May 06, 2010 from GisMullr's blog

During my everyday search for inspiring images I bumped into silent-order gallery at deviantART and liked what I saw. Their photos are a bit different than usual, they are intriguing, sometimes bizarre, sometimes creepy... but all images...

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

May 05, 2010 from guest's blog

Stereoscopy (also called stereoscopic or 3-D imaging) is any technique capable of recording three-dimensional visual information or creating the illusion of depth in an image, that's the Wikipedia definition. This type of image is getting...

Pencil versus Camera by Ben Heine

April 29, 2010 from abduzeedo's blog

Ben Heine is a Belgian painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist and photographer. He was born in Abidjan, Ivory Coast and currently live and work in Brussels. Ben also has created a really cool series of works that called Pencil vs...

The Streets in Black & White

April 22, 2010 from paul0v2's blog

I love black and white photography and specially shots on the street, where people are not expecting and most of the time don't even know they have been captured in that very moment. The feelings that the streets bring into a photography...

Beautiful Pictures of Volcanos

April 20, 2010 from PauloGabriel's blog

We've seen these past few days the mega eruption of volcano Eyjafjallajökull that has caused big trouble all over Europe. We thought it would be nice to check the other side of these magnificient moments: the beauty of a volcano!

Beautiful Monochromatic Portraits by Federico Erra

April 20, 2010 from GisMullr's blog

I really love portraits. I think they are beautiful, inspiring and sometimes intriguing. And what I like most about them is that some photographers have the ability to turn them into really deep pieces, in something that communicates...

The Multiple Faces of Times Square

April 19, 2010 from paul0v2's blog

I think that most people that go by Times Square in NYC take photos, specially if you a visitor, after all it's Times Square. So I decided to make a nice collections of photos of Times Square from different people, different views,...

Stunning Photography by Gordon McBryde

April 15, 2010 from PauloGabriel's blog

From bright, colorful pictures to that other side, darker and moody... photography passes by both extremes in a fraction of a second, and it's great how the same photographer gets to picture both ends just perfectly.

Creative & Stylish Photos by Ryan Schude

April 14, 2010 from GisMullr's blog

Ryan Schude was born in the greater Chicagoland area in 1979. Ryan received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from St. Mary’s College in Northern California before heading to the San Francisco Art Institute for...

Light Painting Guide by Christopher Hibbert

April 05, 2010 from abduzeedo's blog

Light painting, also known as light drawing is a photographic technique in which exposures are made usually at night or in a darkened room by moving a light source or by moving the camera, that's the Wikipedia.org definition and in this...

Awesome Multiplicity Photography

April 05, 2010 from paul0v2's blog

Multiplicity is the act of placing the same person a few times in the same photo, using that concept some people just took that to the next level and here is an awesome selection of Multiplicity Photography, check it out!