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Thu, 04 Aug 2016 13:10:14 +0000

The question is not what you look at, but what you see... #photography #design #art More

    Great Photography~~Technique (Cool Pictures Photography)

    I've seen this a million times and its always so beautiful!

    Dit is een verzameling van enkele leuke, verrassende foto's. Het gaat eigenlijk om het nemen van foto's vanuit een (ver)nieuw(end) standpunt. Niet elke foto is haalbaar in een klas, maar ik zie er zeker enkele mogelijkheden in om op een leuke manier te leren werken met moderne media. Uiteraard kunnen de foto's achteraf aan elkaar voorgesteld worden.

    This photography creates questions in my head. Black and white, as an effect, usually means sadness, depression, and so forth. Did a girl die there? I like it, because it gives a complete mystery to the audience.

    Forced Perspective Photography 11/365: Last dusk of Sha'aban by Irman Fauzi, via Flickr

    Impactant but really

    Shutter Speed: an overview | Boost Your Photography by bertha

    Inspiration: Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger

    Three beautiful forced perspective photos…

    Whatever is rejected from the self, appears in the world as an event // Carl Gustav Jung - This image has a feeling of loneliness but also makes the story of the photo about a guy that may have committed suicide and the image is representing the phrase "you don't know what it's like to be in my shoes". I like the fact it tells a story and the way it has been composed.

    Which side do you see? I must try and do this of a portrait of someone that I know.

    what a cool idea!