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The Vibe Of New York City — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Yannick Bourcier is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these daily life images. From the book ‘New York’. To see Yannick’s body of work, click on any photograph. All images © Yannick Bourcier Yannick’s Previous Contribution To […] via The Vibe Of New York City — Edge of Humanity Magazine

25+ Stunning Photos From Burning Man 2018 Give a Glimpse of Its Wild Creativity – Sara Barnes

With Labor Day weekend past, the festivities of Burning Man now exist as memories for its temporary citizens. More than 70,000 people made their way to Black Rock City in the Nevada desert for the unique event this year. They were accompanied by incredible artwork and structures—adhering to the theme of I, Robot—designed by artists and architects from around … Continue reading 25+ Stunning Photos From Burning Man 2018 Give a Glimpse of Its Wild Creativity – Sara Barnes

Photographer Spends Years Capturing Poignant Portraits of Animals on the Brink of Extinction – Sara Barnes

We know that the fate of endangered species is a global issue, but it remains an abstract concept to many of us. We aren’t confronted with the faces of these creatures on a daily basis; but thanks to the work of photographer Tim Flach, these mammals, reptiles, fish, and birds are shown in striking portraits that … Continue reading Photographer Spends Years Capturing Poignant Portraits of Animals on the Brink of Extinction – Sara Barnes

Guy Tries To Fight Against Birds For 4 Years, And It Gets Funnier With Every Pic – Karolina Wv

Once birds find an attractive place to nest, high up away from predators, ideally with some shelter and a little warmth, they will go to great lengths to keep it. I mean, wouldn’t you if you were in their position?Imgur user atomicrabbit2 discovered this to his cost, after moving into a lovely new house with … Continue reading Guy Tries To Fight Against Birds For 4 Years, And It Gets Funnier With Every Pic – Karolina Wv

Once-Censored Photos of the WWII Japanese Internment Camps Are Finally Revealed – Sara Barnes

Lange’s heartbreaking photos show the different phases of the internment. She snapped portraits of Japanese-Americans as they wait to register before the “evacuation,” are bused to the camps, and then forced to establish a new routine in the meager and desolate parts of California. The effects—and despair—felt by those confined is palpable through these images. The book … Continue reading Once-Censored Photos of the WWII Japanese Internment Camps Are Finally Revealed – Sara Barnes

30+ Fun Photos Of My Family That I Took To Fight Boredom – ​Kate Weiland

My name is Kate Weiland. I’m a happy mother of three kids and the creator behind the delicious (and totally ridiculous) photography food series Our family bites (#ourfamilybites). I’ve always been a massive supporter of the fine arts and having taught Drama and Dance for many years, I was eager to get into the photography … Continue reading 30+ Fun Photos Of My Family That I Took To Fight Boredom – ​Kate Weiland

Pixamattic – A Powerful Artificial Intelligence Turns Designs Into Dozens Of Content Media

  https://youtu.be/d0PgewCLw-U Pixamattic PRO Artificial Intelligence Automation Software by Brett Ingram is the Best Artificial Intelligent Designer and Social Media Automation That Turns A Blank Canvas Into Stunning, Ready-To-Post Designs In Just One Click That Designed For You And Your Brand Automatically, So You Can Attract, Engage And Convert Your Leads Into Sales And Paying … Continue reading Pixamattic – A Powerful Artificial Intelligence Turns Designs Into Dozens Of Content Media

Photography Christina & Ella — The Depth of Now By Martina Korkmaz

Photographing Christina and Ella in Ortakoy, Istanbul. With love, Martina via Christina & Ella — the depth of now       Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill our future research and endeavors – Thank you https://www.paypal.me/ahamidian

This Is Why You Are Afraid of Photographing People while Traveling — Discover

Sweden-based travel photographer Lola Akinmade Åkerström reflects on the invisible barriers that stand between her (and every traveler’s) camera and the strangers that become the subjects of many of her most powerful photos. via This Is Why You Are Afraid of Photographing People while Traveling — Discover   Your kindly Donations would be so effective in … Continue reading This Is Why You Are Afraid of Photographing People while Traveling — Discover

AI Is Already Changing The Way We Think About Photography – Evgeny Tchebotarev

AI is rapidly changing the way we think about photography. Just a couple of years from now, most advances in the photo space will be AI-centric, and not optics or sensor-centric as before. The advancement in photography technology will, for the first time ever, be untethered from physics, and will create a whole new way of thinking … Continue reading AI Is Already Changing The Way We Think About Photography – Evgeny Tchebotarev

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