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Don’t look back by Lawrence Ripsher

Lawrende Ripsher has created a series of photographs called Escape. This collection is divided into four parts. The first part is named “Discovery”, the second one “Get out”, followed by “Trapped” and the last one is called “Don’t look back” … Continue reading

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Iron Curtain by Christo & Jeane Claude

Christo and Jeanne-Claude Wall of Barrels, Iron Curtain, Rue Visconti, Paris 1962 Photo: Jean-Dominique Lajoux, ©1962 Christo   The artists created a wall of oil barrels that stopped the traffic on one of the narrowest streets of Paris, Rue Visctonti. … Continue reading

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Oxford Tire Pile by Edward Burtynsky

Edward Burtynsky is a well-known Canadian photographer that has his works exposed in famous museums all around the world. The charm and main attraction of his work is the consumers’ waste captured on global industrial landscapes. This photograph is illustrating … Continue reading

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Dance by Joe McNally

Joe McNally is a modern photographer that has a whole collection of photos dedicated to Dance. This activity is socially considered a beautiful art of body movement, which is admired by most of the people around the world. One of … Continue reading

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HDR Photography

Throughout my research, I have found several impressing photographs that appear to be derived from a fairy-tale. This kind of photographs are very breathtaking to me,because of the deep depth of field, high contrasts and sharpness of the objects which … Continue reading

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Family days by Todd Deutsch

This photo is a snapshot of the artists personal life. This kind of photographs are special because they open a little window through which the audience can see the inside world of the author. This image illustrates a boy dressed … Continue reading

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Photograph by Julie Blackmon

This is an image that has the purpose to capture the winter spirit. The majority of the photo is coloured in grayish white, that is the traditional symbol of winter, being the colour of snow and cloudy sky. The composition … Continue reading

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Photograph by Jennifer Wu

Jennifer Wu is a landscape photographer. Despite the fact that I find landscape photography boring, I like this picture. It is a very harmonious composition consisting of a mountain background illuminated by a red sunset, which means that it is … Continue reading

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Circus days by Jill Freedman

Circus is a photography theme widely used by a variety of artists because it combines humor, irony and sometimes photographers tend to show the sad and dark side of this wonderland of happiness. This photo is one of the examples, … Continue reading

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Girl Beauty by Rania Matar

This photo is an illustration of what defines a girl’s beauty nowadays, make-up. The composition of this photo is very rich in colours and forms. All of the objects are in focus. The irony of the picture, is that the … Continue reading

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