Photoproject

Abby Lee and Matt Kay are a young Australian couple, and they have the same problem as thousands of other couples around the world: parents rush them with the birth of children. And now they finally got a new member of the family - a puppy Humphrey of the breed Goldendoodle (a cross between a poodle with a golden retriever). The couple decided to arrange a photo session for them of those that parents usually arrange for their babies!

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Amanda Jones devoted the last 20 years to this photo project to show how the life of our beloved pets is fleeting. Here is a frisky puppy, and here he is already exchanging the second ten. Some practically have not changed externally, while others are visible gray hair and in the eyes - a reflection of years lived. They are aging faster than us, maybe that’s why the photo shoot turned out to be so touching and a little sad.

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Concept Photo Master Astin Tott is very fond of tiny drawings. Moreover, what is depicted on them must necessarily be combined with its "environment". In other words, a wrist with a tiny ship, for example, would look best on a nautical chart.

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Every year, thousands of photographers send their best shots to National Geographic. They have one goal - to win the NG Photo Contest. The winner receives a cash prize and an opportunity to visit the company's headquarters in New York. We present to your attention the winners and finalists of this year.

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For 30 years, the American photographer and animal artist Art Wulf has visited almost all corners of the planet, taking pictures of wildlife. The most unusual project of Art Wolfe was the Vanishing Act series, on which he worked for nine years. "I always tried to place animals in the foreground in the frame, making them expressive and attracting the attention of the viewer.

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The seemingly dangerous photographs were actually taken under the watchful eye of the trainers. This is how the shots came with a bear, a symbol of ancient primitive power, embracing a fragile princess, a deer, a tiger, and many others. But even without trained animals, the photographs of Katerina Plotnikova possess some mysticism, mystery and charm.

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Today we want to show the pictures of a Texas photographer Emily Blinko from the Order series: she lays out the most ordinary things in shape, color and texture and photographs them, it comes out very beautifully. "I find inspiration in the faces, shapes, colors, light and small cozy little things. The easiest way to find me is wandering in the tall grass somewhere between Austin and Nashville with my dog ​​Eleanor," Emily says to herself.

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Fifteen of the most beautiful landscapes of Russia! In these photos - a long journey by train, plane or car; many kilometers on foot with a heavy backpack and tripod. These pictures are the work of the photographer and at the same time his luck. In them is the greatness and spaciousness of our vast country. We have collected 15 of the most beautiful landscapes of Russia from the best authors.

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Oleg Oprisko is a talented photographer from Lviv, creating stunning surrealistic images of girls - goddesses of the earth, water, fire and air. It is they who, with the advent of the new time of the year, repaint the foliage in a different color, it is they who sew the long covers of greenery, which then cover the ground, it is they who caress your face, touching the light breeze in the fields.

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Paris-based photographer Florian Beaudenon has presented a series of social photographs, collectively called Instant Life, or Moment of Life. In the photographs we see everyday scenes of completely different people in a simple home environment. It is like looking at what is happening from top to bottom, stopping for a moment and thinking ... The photographer has invaded the everyday life of such different people - artists, young mothers, students ... And he captured their favorite moments from life from an unusual perspective - from above.

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Tim Mentoani from the United States specializes in photographing the outstanding contemporary instantists. As part of his work, he created the Behinde Photogrfs project. For shooting, the master used a 20x24-inch Polaroid camera. The goal of Tama is to show the world the authors of famous photographs that always remain on the other side of the lens.

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The British organization Cafe Art distributed one hundred Fujifilm disposable film cameras to the homeless in London. The Royal Photographic Society gave them the simplest instructions, and then they were asked to take photos on a given topic, "My London." 80 cameras were returned back, 2500 pictures were taken.

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Every day, the National Geographic editors get a lot of pictures from different corners of our planet. Hundreds of photographers are waiting for the right moment and take stunning pictures that just take your breath away. We have collected for our readers the best photos for September 2015, which depict everyday life and the extraordinary grace of nature.

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Tom Kiefer's photo project, The American Dream, shows off objects he found in trash cans while working as a janitor at US customs and border controls in Arizona. He says that most things belonged to people crossing the border illegally. "The rosary, for example, is considered potentially dangerous and is seized during detention," says the photographer.

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Every year, it seems as though time flies faster and brings more and more changes into our lives. This is especially noticeable in large cities - many of them some 10 years ago looked completely different. Hong Kong. 1960s and present Seoul, South Korea. 1950 and our days Dubai, UAE. 1980s and present Melbourne, Australia.

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So we are arranged, sometimes we really want to return to the past, because it seems to us almost perfect: "Everything was better then, a long time ago - and people, and the country, and our beloved city." But, looking at photographs depicting the most diverse aspects of real, real life, we begin to realize that the history of our beloved city includes quite contradictory and ambiguous times and eras.

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A few weeks ago, 28-year-old designer Pavel Kadyzh started an interesting photo project “365 days of Darth Vader’s routine life”. Every day he took a photo on the website tookapic.com, where Darth Vader does everyday tasks - he has breakfast, brushes his teeth, irones clothes and so on. It’s too early to talk about the photographer’s rich imagination, but we hope that he will not give up halfway.

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A striking experiment was conducted at Canon Australia: the results demonstrate what happens when a photographer takes a hero for a specific purpose. Six photographers were told six different stories about the person whom they were supposed to shoot, and these stories are clearly visible on the results of their work. Six different biographies for the model, Michael: millionaire, former prisoner, psychic, alcoholic, lifeguard and fisherman.

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Photographer Paula Zuccotti has completed the project "Everything We Touch In a Single Day". Its goal is to collect as much as possible all the objects with which a particular person interacted, and fit them in one picture. Like, 37 years old, Buenos Aires Steve, 54 years old, Los Angeles Sonia, 32 years old, London Ana Belen, 33 years old, London Santo, 5 years old London Wang, 50 years old, Shanghai Piedad, 42 years old, Madrid Mike, 42 years old, London Kitty, 25 years old, Melbourne Carlos, 48 ​​years old, Phoenix Casari, 21 years old, Tokyo Giulia, 39 years old, London Arlo, 1 month old, London Anna, 2 years old, Tokyo Paula Zucotti during filming Throughout the project, the photographer visited 6 continents in 12 cities and presented things to more than 60 people.

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