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Water Wigs – Tim Tadder

October 29, 2012

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Tim Tadder’s extremely incredible control of water allows him to manipulate it in any shape and form he pleases, so what has he chosen to do with it, may I introduce to you his series titled, ‘Water Wigs’. Tadder’s understanding of lighting and fast shutter speed photography is what made all this extremely motivating and […]

Nitrogen Flowers – John Shireman

October 26, 2012

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John Shireman, using his basic know how of chemistry and combining it with some flowers resulted in some smashing fun! He is a new york based photographer who focus’s his works around still life photography, in order to create some really interesting photographs he though out of the box to other means of creativity and […]

Social Documentary – Vivian Maier

October 24, 2012

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“The story of the nanny who wowed the world with her photography, and who incidentally recorded some of the most interesting marvels and peculiarities of urban America in the second half of the 20th Century is seemingly beyond belief.” I came across Vivian Maiers work within my university work to establish a clearer idea of […]

Coated with Colors — Shot with Nikon 1 V1

October 24, 2012

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Originally posted on Alex Soh Photography:
This series of birds were shot using the Nikon 1 V1 with the adepter mounted with 80-200 mm and 105 mm. With the V1 it really helps me get closer to the birds. It was so easy to shoot around and light weight even though I was with my family…

Minimalist Urban – Matthias Heiderich

October 22, 2012

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“When I go out I search for patterns, lines, colors, the abstracts of the urban landscapes to transform them into something new, take them out of their contexts,” German based photographer Matthias Heiderich, has a unique eye, an eye to see and look out for the brilliant display of shapes, lines, patterns and of course […]

Moore Scootlund

October 21, 2012

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Originally posted on Stakky's photography blog:
This was taken at later in the afternoon on the same day as my last uploaded image, but I thought I’d throw it up anyway because I liked the grey feel of it. It’s a bit of a generic composition, but some of the cloudscapes around here make…

INTERVIEW – Tony Cobley

October 20, 2012

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For my current project, “201: ‘PCA’ Client Brief” (See previous post click here) I decided to conduct an interview with local professional photographer Tony Cobley as his photographs were the results of what I wanted to capture for my own results within the task of photographing students within the workplace. As a professional what do […]