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Beautiful Collections Of Winter Photography
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Wednesday, 12 December 2012 11:30

Beautiful Collections Of Winter Photography

To capture the nature in its original form is difficult. But with the help of modern technologies it become easy but still to capture nature we have to focus on the lights and different scenes. So, today we collect various forms of winter season to look at this winter photography and enjoy the natural beauty which we tried to give you. With the help of camera eye we capture it and see it and say woh!

 
Awesome Wood Sculptures by Sergey Bobkov
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Monday, 10 December 2012 11:14

Awesome Wood Sculptures by Sergey Bobkov

Sergey Bobkov an artist aged 53, has created amazing and unique sculptures out of Siberian cedar wood-chips. Sergey has developed his very own technique, that prevents wood-chips from falling apart, in time.
After creating about 100-150 chips, from 2-3 inch long cedar stick, he puts them in water for several days. Then, making use of his surgical precision, he carve the chips into any shape he needs. I am impressed, and you?

 
Haunting 3D Projections on Trees of Paris and Cambodia
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Thursday, 29 November 2012 20:56

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French photographer Clement Briend set off to explore the reality through photography by creating haunting 3D projections on trees of Paris and Cambodia. “I always wanted to photograph the world without it being too faithful to what it is,”  says Clement, who is also a photography teacher at the University of Valenciennes.

 
Fanciful Series of Miniature Clouds in Unexpected Places by Sarah Ann Wright
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Wednesday, 28 November 2012 15:56

Fanciful Series of Miniature Clouds in Unexpected Places by Sarah Ann Wright

Sarah Ann Wright is a photographer based in London and has captured portraits to landscapes before. However, the way she quirkily conceives photos of clouds catch the attention of many people.
The little white masses appear to float in a magical fashion atop pair of hands and glass cup as snow and showers are sent down. While everything she has come up with is real, the snow falling is textural layer done through Photoshop...

 
3D Street Art Illusion by Erik Johansson
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Tuesday, 27 November 2012 17:07

3D Street Art Illusion by Erik Johansson

Mind your step is a large scale 32 x 18 meters (105′ x 59′ feet) street illusion in Stockholm at Sergels torg made by me, Erik Johansson. It will be on the square between 7-12 June 2011. For a long time I have been doing creative retouch and surreal montages. I’ve always been quite fascinated by perspective illusions in my images and some time ago I got an idea of trying to realize one in a public space somewhere.

 
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