Category Archives: Photography

I Am A Newborn Photographer And I Create Sweet Images Of Sweet Babies

Source: boredpanda | 1K views 1 week ago by​ Mandy Marie

I love babies and I love food. Don’t we all? And what is better than a squishy baby sleeping on something sweet?

My name is Mandy and I am a newborn photographer with Tiny Times Photography.

These little “short stacks” were ideas I had in my head for a very long time. All I needed was the right babies for my strawberry and blueberry pancakes, giant donuts with sprinkles and peach waffles. Yum!

Don’t you just want to eat them up? Yes, all the food is REAL!

All the babies were safely handled and parents were present the entire time.

Yes, the donuts are REAL!! (these are from an amazing local bakery called @DotDonuts

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Beautiful hand-made hat from @BostonBeanies

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Beautiful hand-made hat from @BostonBeanies

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Beautiful hand-made hat from @BostonBeanies

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I Take Photos Of Seoul At Night

Source: boredpanda | 1Kviews | By​ Noe Alonzo

I enjoy going out at night to take photos around Seoul city. This is especially try when it is raining or afterwards since you can get many beautiful reflections and I think people walking around in umbrellas looks really nice. Funny enough, I started trying to take these kind of pictures after seeing other photographer’s photos of places like Japan or Hong Kong, but sadly not too many photographers come to Seoul. Hopefully, my photos will make others think about coming to Seoul sometime and enjoy its vibrant nightlife.

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Amazing Iceland Aerial Images Show Why The Country Is So Popular For Movies

Source: boredpanda By​ Albert | More info: albertdros__com

Everyone knows the classic images of Iceland. The famous Skogafoss, The Black Beach, The Blue Lagoon, you name it. On a recent trip to Iceland me and Serena Ho decided we wanted to shoot something a little bit different. While the Iceland Highlands are a popular area as well, it is much easier to get unique vantage points especially from a plane. For this series we flew over the highlands for a couple of hours with varied conditions that Iceland is known for. We ended up with a set of images of both wide landscapes and alien textures straight down to show Iceland’s amazing landscapes. It is of no wonder that a lot of movies and series were recorded in this area, one of them being Game of Thrones.

For this series we used the Sony A7R2 with the Sony 16-35 f/2.8 GM lens and the Canon 5DSr with the Canon 24-70 f/2.8.

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I’ve Been Waiting For 5 Years For This Very Moment

boredpanda, 1K views, 2 weeks ago by​ Adam Freundlich

I’ve been chasing the morning fog rolling through my hometown for almost 5 years.
Today nature gave me everything I ever wanted to catch on camera, somehow giving credit for all the morning I woke up early to catch the misty sunrise, but all that I got was boring cloudy sky.

Having these images of Oradea, for the first time I can that I have some truly unique images of my city!

“V” over the fog

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The Ray

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Taller than the Fog

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Colorful City

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Smoke on the City

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In God We Trust

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Stick Towers

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Colorful City II

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Buildings in the Ocean

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Smoke on the City II

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Over the Clouds

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Hotel in the Clouds

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I Photographed The Exact Same Place During Different Times Of Year

Source: Boredpanda By​ Albert | More info: albertdros__com

Throughout the years I noticed that I visit the same locations around my house many times to see how they would look during different seasons and different times of a day. Sometimes the area where you live would not be motivating to photograph because you see these things every day. However, when I started photography I began to see the world (and my home area) in a different way.

I started looking for compositions everywhere and I now have a bunch of spots that I’d like to revisit. I am always surprised that these spots almost never look the same. This is an example of a tree lane about 5 minutes drive from my house. There are 7 shots taken throughout the year in different seasons and different times of the day. Even during specific seasons with only a few days difference, things can look totally different in a photograph.

#1 End Autumn Evening

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#2 Winter

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#3 Summer

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#4 Mid Autumn

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#5 Evening Lights

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#6 Spring

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#7 End Autumn Morning

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15 Amazing Winners From the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards

15 Amazing Winners From the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards

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Grand Prize Winner, Photographer of the Year
Photo: Sebastiano Tomada
“Children of Qayyarah”
Children roam the streets in Qayyarah near the fire and smoke billowing from oil wells, set ablaze by ISIS militants.

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1st Place, Photographer of the Year
Photo: Branda O Se
“Dock Worker”
I shot this photo on an early morning photo walk around the docks in Jakarta in April 2016. These were the hands of a dock worker who was taking a break. I was struck by the texture created by the accumulated dirt on his hands.

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2nd Place, Photographer of the Year
Photo: Yeow-Kwang Yeo
“The Performer”
Chinese traditional street opera is part of the Chinese culture. Unfortunately, the young generation in Singapore is no longer interested. Hence the street opera is fast disappearing.
Instead of shooting their performance, I decided to go the back of the stage to capture the performers’ preparation activity. I spotted this experience performer who is taking a short rest and was waiting for his turn to perform. I was attracted by the lighting of the old plastic curtain, electric fan, and the overall calm atmosphere.

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Photo: Kuanglong Zhang
“The City Palace”
Udaipur is one of the most romantic cities in India. in the City palace, I snapped a moment of one of the staff gazing out of the window as if he saw the slowly historic course of the palace’s construction, which was as quite attractive moment.

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Photo: Dina Alsfasi
I shoot mostly street scenes and portraits, trying to capture intimate moments. Every day I get to work by train and bus. For two hours every day I’m in a place with different people. At first, to pass the time, I was just observing them and trying to guess where they’re going, what they are dealing with, or what their story may be. Along with this observation, I noticed intimate moments and so I started to take photos, and I was surprised with the result.

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Photo: Magali Chesnel
Stormy winds have swept across Europe this winter, with Siberian temperatures transforming trees in wonderful icy show in Versoix, a little town close to Geneva, in Switzerland. After a conjunction of intense cold (-10 to -18 degrees Centigrade), with very strong winds, blowing at over 100 kmh, the waves from the Leman Lake got so harsh that they passed over the dikes and the droplets immediately froze everything they touched, including the trees. Braving the frozen ground, I took this photograph, early in the morning.

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Photo: Christian Horgan 
“Singing Rock”
I captured this image in the Margaret River region of Western Australia. It’s my second home, and one of the most spectacular places on earth. This was taken on the coast at Wyadup Rocks, and is called Singing Rock. I was swimming there with family when I was drawn to it by the sound of it’s song as the wind whistled through it, and just had to capture this image.

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Photo: Smetanina Julia
This photo was taken when I was preparing for a lecture on composition in a still-life. This was one of the classes on mobile photography which I conducted last year.

iphone-world-111st Place, Nature
Photo: Aaron Sandberg
I took this photo in late June of 2016 while in Sigtuna, Sweden. I used my old iPhone 6s (native camera) then did some light post-processing with Snapseed, Photoshop Fix, and VSCO. This photo didn’t need too much editing at all unlike some of my others—nature did most of the work here. This was the best shot out of maybe a dozen or so captures.

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Photo: Jen Pollack Bianco
“Snow + Fishing Cottages = Win”
I shot this image on a bridge in Norway’s Lofoten Islands overlooking Reinefjord towards Olstinden. The red cabins are traditional fishing cottages. I try to push myself outside of my comfort zone photographically a few times a year, and this year I headed to the arctic in February. I took this shot just after sunrise during a snowstorm. The colors changed every few minutes, and the snowfall was heavy at times changing the moody dramatically from minute to minute. It was a classic “wait for the light” situation. It was amazingly atmospheric and beautiful, but very cold and windy. I shot this image using the native camera app on my iPhone 7 plus. The light was beautiful and I and used a touch of the Instagram Clarendon filter, which punched up the blue in the water. I’ve always been a fan of sunsets but photographing sunrise can be just as magical.

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Photo: Barry Mayes

iphone-world-71st Place, Architecture
Photo: Paddy Chao
This photo was taken when I was traveling in India. Chand Baori consists of 3,500 narrow steps over 13 storeys. It extends approximately 30 meters into the ground making it one of the deepest and largest stepwells in India. I marveled these elegant stepwells and shadows, I immediately took out my camera and captured this beautiful scene before it was gone.

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Photo: Dongrui Yu
“The Swan in the Pond”
This photo was taken on a cloudy morning by a pond. I liked the reflection in the water which was dark and smooth because of the cloudy sky.

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Photo: Christopher Armstrong
I’ve always sought to connect to the viewer though notions of beauty and the sublime and this has continued to shape my image making. I am striving to capture the luminous tones of light, ones that glow and transport. I hope to touch the viewer with simply beauty but also to connect to the history of art making as I reference and am inspired by other practitioners.

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Photo: Zarni Myo Win
This photo was taken on 16 August 2016 of a young man walking on puddle after rain in Yangon city, Myanmar. His image and the buildings were mirrored on the water and I shot that moment. It had nice movement and the buildings were a beautiful color.

Amazing Photography

15 photos that look like they were taken on a different planet. By brightside . me

Sometimes, you look at a photograph of some unknown location from around the world, and you can barely believe that it actually exists. We put together an album of these places — places which if you didn’t know better, you could be forgiven for thinking that they were located on another planet. Nature never loses its ability to surprise and amaze you!

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© Nagesh Mahadev. The Three Sisters, dormant volcanoes in Oregon, USA.

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© Inge Johnsson. Fly Geyser, Nevada, USA

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© Alexey Trofimov. Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia

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© Simon J. Byrne. The Wave canyon, Arizona, USA

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© Martin Bailey. Antarctica

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© Jose Carvalho. A beach in the Alentejo, Portugal

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© Emmanuel Coupe Kalomiris. Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada

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© Process Sensors. Rainbow mountains in Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park, China

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© Brian Peterson. An ice-covered cave in Wisconsin, USA

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© Sean Bagshaw. Desert in northern Arizona, USA

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© Martin Bailey . Desert in Namibia

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© Vusal Alekberov. The pink-coloured Lake Hillier, Australia

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© Iurie Belegurschi. The Goðafoss waterfall, Iceland

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© sometimesinteresting. Dallol volcano, Ethopia

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© thesuiteworld. Socotra archipelago, Yemen

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© reddit. Leitisvatn/Sørvágsvatn, the Faroe Islands