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Andy Prokh of Saint Petersburg, Russia spends his days working as an economist, but its his passion for photography that has garnered him international attention on the Internet as of late. Prokh has been shooting photographs of his four year old daughter Catherine spending time with his six-year-old British shorthaired tomcat Lilu.
I shot and edited this at my Glasgow workshop in Scotland last week. I will post a blog about my travels lately, so I won't go into a ton of detail here....but lets just say my new dream is to move to Scotland. I am in London now and have been for 3 days.
Explore Nefidova Polina's photos on Flickr. Nefidova Polina has uploaded 97 photos to Flickr.
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Slow Shutter Fireflies by Tsuneaki Hiramatsu During a quiet night in rural Japan, photographer Tsuneaki Hiramatsu discovered a field and a forest aglow in a strange green light. Upon closer inspection, Hiramatsu saw thousands of fireflies illuminating the brush and the trees beyond.
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Earlier today, a Soyuz-FG rocket lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, carrying an International Space Station (ISS) crew into orbit
The web's most comprehensive site devoted to the art of landscape and nature photography using traditional as well as digital image processing techniques.
I often hear portrait photographers lamenting the fact that they don't have a studio. I can understand where they are coming from (which is why I'm in the
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"Where the hell is Dubois County and what the hell is The Herald?" you might ask, flipping through the 2012 newspaper picture editing winners from the
When we first wrote about The Girl Who Loves to Levitate over a year ago, her story went viral and her post was one of the most viewed ever on this site. Wit…
Natsumi Hayashi is a sweet-looking Japanese girl who, one day, decided to take self-portraits..of herself levitating. She can be spotted in and around Tokyo,…
The Smithsonian magazine's 9th annual photo contest finalists have been chosen. The contest attracted over 14 thousand photographers from all 50 states and over 100 countries. Fifty finalists from 67,059 images were selected by Smithsonian editors. Those editors will also choose the Grand Prize Winner and the winners in each of the five categories which include The Natural World, Americana, People, Travel and Altered Images. Photos were selected based on technical quality, clarity and composition, a flair for the unexpected and the ability to capture a picture-perfect moment. (Smithsonian invites everyone to select an additional "Readers' Choice" winner by voting through March for their favorite image on line.) -- Paula Nelson
The 45 Most Powerful Images Of 2011: What a year! Here's to 2012 being a more quiet and less destructive year...
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At first it seems like these images by Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa are very quickly sketched line drawings of highly visited tour…
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