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Improving Your Eye for Photography and Going out to Shoot | Fstoppers
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These past few days I have caught myself shooting a lot more than usual. When I am not working, I still get the urge to go out and shoot, whether I take out the drone, my Nikon, or the little Micro 4/3 camera. Recently, I have been shooting...

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Stunning images shortlisted for Sony World Photography Awards 2017 - Business Insider
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277,000 photographs have been submitted from 183 countries around the world.

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How New Era Caps Helped Revitalize Buffalo, New York - Rolling Stone
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New Era, an NFL partner, recently bought the naming rights to the Buffalo Bills stadium and has helped revitalize its Rust Belt hometown.

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In a Photography Slump? Five Steps to Breaking Free | Fstoppers
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If you've been a photographer for any length of time, chances are you've experienced the dreaded slump; Your muse has run off with someone else, inspiration goes down the toilet, everything you create looks like crap, and even the...

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Incredible Sculptures Made from Metal and River Rock «TwistedSifter
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Artist Ryan McCallister does amazing things with metal and river rock

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Handmade Ceramic Blooms and Succulents by Owen Mann | Colossal
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Self-taught artist Owen Mann creates ceramic blooms from dozens, and sometimes hundreds of petals, each hand-formed to mimic the appearance of peonies, dahlias, and spiraling succulents. Simply painted in cool shades of blues and greens, th...

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Frank Gehry Will Teach You Everything He Knows About Architecture For $90 | Co.Design | business + design
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The famous architect is teaching an online class about architecture this spring. #Gehry

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The Untold Secrets of Grand Central Terminal - Bloomberg
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From love letters painted into the famous ceiling to a lost movie theater, there's a lot you don't know about this New York City icon.

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6 Nat Geo Photographers Share Their Favorite Wild Cat Moments
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From a newborn tiger cubs to a bittersweet goodbye between man and mountain lion, see the experiences that stuck.

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Picture of the Day: A Mug Shot of the Inventor of the Mug Shot (1912) «TwistedSifter
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Alphonse Bertillon (24 April 1853 – 13 February 1914) was a French police officer, biometrics researcher, and inventor of the mug shot

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New Surreal Illustrations From the Mind of Simon Prades | Colossal
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Illustrator and graphic designer Simon Prades (previously here and here) creates illusion and intrigue through old school methods of illustration, choosing to loyally stick to pen and ink as his go-to medium. Despite choosing to clean up an...

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Poignant, Playful Photos of the Stray Dogs of India - Feature Shoot
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A hungry dog. A stray puppy at Varanasi Ghat. A kid plays with a street dog. Mumbai photographer Neenad Joseph Arul used to be shy about approaching people, so instead, he turned to the dogs in his neighborhood. Unlike people, the stray ani...

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David Zinn Uses Chalk to Brighten People’s Days «TwistedSifter
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People love trying to find them before they disappear

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Photography Show 2017: Secrets behind the shots - BBC News
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The Photography Show 2017 is to be held in Birmingham, England. The event will also have a "behind the lens" theatre where photographers will share the secrets of their best shots.

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New Mixed Media Landscapes and Still Lifes That Merge Photography and Impressionism by Stev’nn Hall | Colossal
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Stev'nn Hall (previously) blends photography and painting together in an impressionistic style, often focusing his works on the rural landscapes of his Canadian home, or images of flowers he takes in his studio. The pieces are built fr...

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The Exhibit That Transformed Photography - The New Yorker
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On the twentieth anniversary of MOMA’s landmark “New Documents” show, a new book provides the exhibition catalogue that never was.

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Billboards That Advertise the Surrounding California Landscape by Jennifer Bolande | Colossal
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Jennifer Bolande's work Visible Distance / Second Sight, is not one that you stop your car at and observe, in fact, its not one that even requires slowing to admire. The several billboard installation stretches alongside the Gene Autry...

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Rant: There are Two Kinds of Photographers
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I will probably get a bunch of hate for this article, but whatever. Hopefully, my message will help someone. I realize this site is frequented by enthusias

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Smithsonian Magazine's 2016 Photo Contest - The Atlantic
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The editors of Smithsonian magazine have just announced the finalists in their 14th annual photo contest, selected from more than 48,000 entries sent in from 146 countries.

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