SHOW US YOUR STREETS photo contest | submit photo now

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SHOW US YOUR STREETS photo contest

show us your streets photo contests

show us your streets photo contests

The 3rd annual LensCulture Street Photography Awards invite you to share your vision of the world’s streets! We want to discover today’s finest photographers capturing exceptional moments of life in all of its vibrant forms. Engage with the global photography community with your very best images: our audience reaches over 2.5 million people around the world, and our winners and finalists receive career-changing recognition for their work. In addition to international exposure, prizes and benefits include: an exhibition in San Francisco, projections at international photo festivals, $22,000 in cash awards and much more.

For the first time ever, we are waiving fees for anyone who enters a single image. We truly want to discover the most talented image-makers and believe that EVERY photographer deserves the opportunity for exposure and recognition without restriction.

So, show us your streets today!

OPEN FOR ENTRIES IN ALL GENRES OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY:

STREET PORTRAITS | URBAN CULTURE | STREET FASHION | ROAD TRIP | STREET ART | TRAVEL | ARCHITECTURE | BLACK & WHITE | IPHONE | ABSTRACT | GRAPHIC

ENTER COMPETITION 
DEADLINE: TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 2017

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Over $5,000 in Prizes to be Won at www.proify.com

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Over $5,000 in Prizes to be Won!

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2017 Photography Competition – Registrations Now Open

With over $5,000 in Prizes, Proify is the best place to enter your photographic masterpiece. You’ve got to be in it to win it!

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INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS | extended deadline

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INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS closing soon

Be awarded the coveted Lucie statue, receive global exposure and $22,500 in cash prizes. Submit your work today!

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Extended Submission Deadline: July 31, 2017
SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS NOW  & VIEW DETAILS

http://www.photoawards.com/

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BEST & MOST POPULAR PHOTOS OF THE ALL TIME IN 500PX | part 2

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Best & Most Popular photos of the all time in 500px | Part 1

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THE POPULAR PORTRAIT PHOTO COMPETITION 2018 in POPULAR-PHOTO.com

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THE POPULAR PORTRAIT PHOTO COMPETITION 2018

Click here for the contest : Photo submission is open now

Popular photo contest popular portrait 2018

 

 

 

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Best Photo of the week BY  M Haque Tapu | Popular Photo

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M Haque Tapu popular photo

Popular Photo | Best Photo of the week

BY  M Haque Tapu – (Photographer)

 

 

 

 

M Haque Tapu popular photo

 

Popular photo facebook page

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Photographer:

 M Haque Tapu

Location-Mymensingh
Device- canon6D with 17/40mm
D.O.P- 24/07/2017

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Summer Time Photo Contest | submit photo & Win a Leica Camera

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Summer Time Photo Contest in viewbug

Submit photo & Win a Leica Camera

summer time photo contest win a leica camera

 

Grand Jury Winner:
Leica Sofort Instant Film Camera
Exclusive Blog Feature
300 Reward Points

People’s Choice:
Exclusive Blog Feature
350 Reward Points

 

 

Here’s How It Works

You always maintain the rights to your submissions.
By entering the contest you accept the terms of use

7 weeks left | Vote from September 15th until October 2nd, 2017.
23351 submissions | Share your best summer shots, be creative!
Judged based on creativity, originality and in accordance to the theme.
Entry fee: Free
Total prize value of $ 550

 

 

source:

https://www.viewbug.com/contests/summer-time-photo-contest

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Trail-Cam & Wildlife Shots | The 7 Ways To Get Better in using Trail-Cam

The 7 Ways To Get Better Trail-Cam Wildlife Shots

Many people overlook the importance of proper trail-camera setup when it comes to scouting.  A lot of people expect to throw a camera into a tree and expect deer to walk past.  There are some small steps that you can take to improve the outcomes of your trail-camera.  When you take these steps, you will find that you generate better pictures and have a more enjoyable experience.

The 7 Ways To Get Better Trail-Cam Wildlife Shots

 

 

 

 

Think About Location

 

If you want to get pictures of deer, you need to ensure that there are actually deer around the location that you choose.  You have to pick a location where the deer frequent at the time of year you are using your trail-camera.  For the summer, this could be a water hole while in winter it could be where there is a source of food.  The more evidence of deer in the area, the more pictures you are going to have on your SD card.

 

The 7 Ways To Get Better Trail-Cam Wildlife Shots

Think About Traffic

 

Once you have the right location, you need to narrow down your focus to an area of high-traffic.  To do this, you need to look for trails that lead to water or food.  You should also look for any deer tracks in the muddy banks of a creek or pond or along the side of a field in the summer months.  The primary focus of this is to ensure that you setup your camera in an area that the deer are likely to cross.  You need to remember that if nothing trips the trigger for your camera, you are not going to have any pictures.

 

The 7 Ways To Get Better Trail-Cam Wildlife Shots

Think About Direction

 

It is important to know that what comes up must come down and this principle also relates to the sun.  When it comes to your camera setup, you need to ensure that it is not facing the sunrise or the sunset directly.  When you forget about this, you will get pictures that are blurred or washed out by the glare of the sun.  It is best to have your camera facing north, but if this is not possible for your location, simply ensure that it is not facing east or west.

 

Additionally, when placing a camera on a trail, you need to ensure that it is at a 45-degree angle and not head on.  This will provide a wider viewing angle and offers more potential for the camera to be triggered and catch the deer in the frame.  This will also keep the camera out of the deer’s face making the chances of the deer spooking much lower.

 

The 7 Ways To Get Better Trail-Cam Wildlife Shots

Think About The Background

 

While it is important that you have the deer in front of the camera, you also need to think about what is behind the deer.  The background of your picture should not be too busy because this could make it difficult to see the buck’s tines.  You should look at choosing a contrasting background for your pictures such as an open skyline, an open field, water or some distant trees.  This will ensure that the tines stand out and you will know whether they are going to be on the hit list or not.

 

The 7 Ways To Get Better Trail-Cam Wildlife Shots

Think About Height

 

Height is very important when you set your camera and you need to get the camera up.  You should always try setting your camera at least as high as your head, but aim for higher.  A deer is less likely to notice a camera which is placed 6 or more feet above the ground.  If you place the camera too low, it will be in the deer’s face and that makes it more likely for them to notice it.

 

All you need to do is move your camera up the tree and angle it down.  Of course, you should note that it can be hard to determine the age of buck in high elevation pictures as the neck line and belly is less visible.  If age is important in your picture, you need to keep the camera lower, but take the time to camouflage them correctly.

 

Ensuring the camera you have is flexible and also has the level of quality you require is important. Check out these trail camera reviews to ensure that you are getting what you want.

 

The 7 Ways To Get Better Trail-Cam Wildlife Shots

Think About Interaction

 

Deer are constantly on high alert and are constantly looking for potential danger.  The object of a trail-camera is to take a picture of them without them actually knowing.  This can create a problem and you need to ensure that you setup your camera with the same care as a blind or tree stand.  You need to ensure that your camera does not stand out and try hiding it in a pile of brush and not on a single tree in the open.  Of course, when you camouflage your camera, you need to ensure that none of the twigs and leaves obscure the face including the infrared sensor and lens.

 

Know The Camera Settings

 

The camera settings that you choose will play a large role in the success of your pictures.  You need to pick a setting that works for the situation you are in at the time.  If the camera is set high and outside the deer’s line of sight, you should consider video or burst mode.  However, if the camera is setup in the deer’s line of sight, you should not use these settings.  Infrared is not meant to spook a deer, but they seem to be able to sense it and burst or video mode will have an IR flash that goes off for a longer period of time.

 

Another setting that you need to be aware of on your camera is the IR sensor setting. You need to ensure that the sensitivity is on high for open areas and low of for areas with a lot of grass or brush.  If it is set too high, your SD will be filled up in 48 hours.

 

The proof of these steps will be in the pictures that you take.  If you keep these simple steps in mind and adjust your camera setup, you will improve your pictures.

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Here is some best photos of popular photo community submitted in first half of 2017

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Best photos of popular photo community submitted in first half of 2017

Florian Böcking‎

Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cpinfo/

Page:  https://www.facebook.com/popularphoto.photography/

Enjoy the photos 

 

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Some basics for Photography for interior spaces

Photography Basics for Interior Decor

Are you into interior decoration and would like to be able to showcase what you’re photographing on the likes of Instagram, or maybe even your own blog? Well, these tips will provide you with a good grounding in doing so.

 

Choosing the Right Perspective

 

Before you begin taking photographs of your business space, determine the impression you are trying to capture in your photos. Do you want to show how welcoming your office’s entrance is? Do you want to showcase the panoramic views of your office? After you have determined the impression you want to capture, it will be easier to determine the best angle to photograph your office. Take the time to walk around your office and look for the best angle to achieve your goal.

 

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Lighting is Crucial

 

When you are shooting indoors, it can be tricky to find the best type of lighting for your photography. The time of day and the type of lights used can greatly affect the outcome of your photos. Determine the mood you are trying to set. Do you want a serious tone or would you rather the photos look romantic? Romantic shots should be completed in the evening, while high energy shots should be done in the day time when you can open the blinds and allow the sunlight to brighten the space. It is important to remember that you want to balance the light and avoid over-lit or under-lit areas in your photo. You may need to add a couple of lamps or close the blind to balance the lighting and get the shot you want.

 

Wide Angle Shots

 

Do you want to capture your entire office without it being filled with equipment? Try out a panorama stitch option with your cell phone. This fun feature allows you to take several shots and stitch them together. With practice, you will be able to showcase most of your office and avoid a lot of the equipment. You can also use a wide angle lens. Most people find that using a 16mm to 24mm lens to get a great wide shot of your interior. If you go wider than that, distortion can occur. Check out the photography on the WayFair blog.

 

 

Eliminate Blurring

 

No matter how steady your hands are, you can still end up with a blurry picture. To help keep your images sharp, use a tripod. Additionally, pressing the shutter can cause your images to be blurry. If you want to ensure that your photos are crisp, use the timer on your camera. This will prevent the camera from shaking when you press the shutter. Look at how sharp these photos on LuxeWaterWalls.com are

 

Setting Up Your Area

 

Before you begin taking photos, you need to set up the area to showcase its best features. This means that you want the room neat, clean and organized. By tidying up, your photos will take on an editorial look and appear more manicured. If you want to create a certain feeling, you may want to bring in some additional accessories, rearrange the furniture in your space or remove some items from your office. Grab a stack of magazines and display them on a table, add a fancy laptop with an interesting lamp to the area to highlight the benefits of your office space.

 

Versatility is Important

 

When it comes to taking interior photographs, you need to be versatile and look beyond the viewfinder to create amazing photographs. Consider the size of your space, the furniture in the room and what feeling you are trying to evoke with your picture. After you have gotten everything in order, it is time to have fun while photographing your space. Snap some photos that include your staff or other quirky things that make your business unique to add interest to your photos.

 

Whether you want to photograph the fresh produce used in your restaurant, the stylish decor in your office or the large space of your interior, it is vital that you look beyond the camera and see what others will see.

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2018 Sony World Photography Awards has four competitions

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2018 Sony World Photography Awards

 

 

The Sony World Photography Awards has four competitions

*Please note: you may only enter one of the below competitions. Once you have succesfully submitted your images into one of the below, you will not be able to enter the other competitions.

  • Professional – 10 categories, judged on a body of work (Deadline: 13:00 GMT – January 11, 2018)
  • Open – 10 categories, rewarding the best single images (Deadline: 13:00 GMT – January 4, 2018)
    ○ National Awards – Entries submitted to the Open competition are automatically entered into the National Awards based on nationality
  • Youth – for all photographers aged 12-19, a single image responding to one brief (Deadline: 13:00 GMT – January 4, 2018)
  • Student Focus – for those studying photography (Deadline: 13:00 GMT – December 4, 2017)

 

 

The free to enter 2018 Sony World Photography Awards is now open for entries. The 11th edition of the Awards will provide more opportunities than ever before to win prizes and get your work scene on a global stage. With a new Sony grant, monthly prizes and new Professional categories, this is your best chance yet of showcasing your photography and increasing your exposure.

Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS:

All category winners of the Professional, Open, Youth and Student Focus competitions will receive cutting edge digital imaging equipment from Sony. Cash prizes of $25k will be presented to the Photographer of the Year and $5k to the overall Open competition winner. Not eligible to enter? – Find contest where you are.

 

visit 2018 Sony World Photography Awards website

COPYRIGHT in the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards website :

The World Photography Organisation recognises You, the author of the image, retain full ownership of the copyright in each Entry.

7.2 All entrants understand that any image submitted to the competition may be used by the World Photography Organisation, and its Event Partners, for marketing and promotional purposes of You the author and the event only, for a maximum of three years after the awards ceremony in April 2018.
USAGE RIGHTS:
You hereby grant the World Photography Organisation a non-exclusive, irrevocable licence in each Entry throughout the world for three years in all media for any use connected to the promotion of You the author and the SWPA event and/or competition, including, but not limited too:

(a) judging the Competition

(b) displaying the winning entries and runners up at public exhibitions promoting the World Photography Organisation and organised by the World Photography Organisation

(c) inclusion within the Website, a World Photography Awards book, magazine or similar

(d) inclusion within any materials promoting of the Competition and / or any exhibition organised by the World Photography Organisation, in the promotion of the the World Photography Organisation

(e) inclusion on Competition- and exhibition-related products to be sold by the the World Photography Organisation or any third party following the individual agreement by the author

(f) sub-licencing the Entries to the press for reproduction in connection with the Competition and any exhibition

(g) allowing viewers of the Website to view images on a computer screen, PDA or mobile telephone and store such pages in electronic form on disk or on a PDA or mobile telephone (but not on any server or other storage device connected to a network) for their personal, non-commercial use only.

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2018 Calendar Photo Contest

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2018 Calendar Photo Contest

RayBiotech invites amateur and professional photographers alike to enter its 2018 Calendar Photo Contest. You must read the following rules, terms and legal conditions before submitting any photos!

Click here to read the legal conditions.

The RayBiotech 2018 Calendar Photo Contest (the “Contest”) is open to ALL photographers at least 18 years of age. The contest is open to all participants regardless of residence or citizenship, so long as the laws of their jurisdiction allow participation.

View The Winners Of Last Year’s Contest!

What To Enter

We are looking for striking images of spotted patterns that commemorate the antibody arrays which RayBiotech was founded around. Images can include scientific images, portraits of animals (such as the spotted eagle ray pictured here), plants, minerals, landscapes or any other images striking enough to catch our attention.

 

If you choose to include people in your submission, you are responsible for obtaining the necessary releases from the individuals depicted, and must be able to provide copies of those releases to RayBiotech upon request. Entrants must not submit images that involve human nudity, the willful harassment of wildlife, damage to the environment by the photographer, put any individual or animal in danger, or infringe on the rights of any other photographer or person.

All photographs should accurately reflect the subject matter and the scene as it appeared. Photos that have been digitally altered beyond standard optimization (removal of dust, cropping, reasonable adjustments to exposure, color and contrast, etc.) will be disqualified. Multiple exposures that have been combined to produce a single “High Dynamic Range” image are acceptable. Images that do not meet these requirements may or may not be judged at the judging panel’s sole discretion.

Photo captions must accompany all submissions, and should include the subject of the image, the location the image was taken, and the name of the photographer(s). Please clearly label animals in digital caption information to assist judges.

How To Enter

All images must be submitted electronically as an attachment to an email sent to info@raybiotech.com with subject line of “ENTRY: RayBiotech 2018 Calendar Photo Contest”

Initial submissions may be submitted in any standard image format (i.e., JPG, GIF, PNG or TIF) and should be no larger than 8 MB in size but of sufficient resolution to judge the quality of the photo. Each email entry must include the photographer’s name, age, email address and a photo description. In the description, please clearly identify any animals, people, plants or inanimate objects depicted in the image.

Photo descriptions must accompany all submissions and should include information about the subject(s) of the image (e.g., my dog, “Spot”), the general location where the image was taken, including city, state/province, and country (e.g., in my Manhattan apartment, New York, NY, USA), and the type and resolution of camera used (e.g. iPhone 4, 5 megapixels).

In addition, all entrants may be asked to provide, upon request and within a reasonable timeframe, an image identical to the initial submission, but at high resolution (≥5 megapixels). Resolution can be calculated by multiplying the width of the image (in pixels) by its height (in pixels). For example, a photograph taken with a 5-megapixel camera set for the highest resolution and best quality produces images at 2560 pixels by 1920 pixels (2560 x 1920 ≈ 5 million pixels).

If the photographer is unable or unavailable to provide a high-resolution image that will meet this standard, the original submission can still be judged (at the judges’ sole discretion) but may not be considered as a finalist in the competition.

Eligibility and Judging

Entries may originate in any format — including, but not limited to digital files, digital prints, color transparencies, color prints, or black and white prints — so long as they are submitted electronically. Previously published material for which non-exclusive rights were granted may be entered as long as you still maintain the right to grant us a license (see “Your Rights” below). You must be able to disclose when and where the photo appeared previously to RayBiotech upon request.

Submissions may be watermarked if desired, but the watermark should be inconspicuous enough to not interfere with the judging of the photo. If the photographer is unable or unavailable to provide a pristine, watermark-free version of the image when asked, the watermarked photo might not be honored by the competition (at the judges sole discretion).

Images will be judged on originality, technical excellence, composition, overall impact and artistic merit. The judges will consist of a panel of RayBiotech staff members who are familiar with photography and who will be solely responsible for selecting images for various RayBiotech printed and online promotional materials.

RayBiotech shall determine winner eligibility in its sole and absolute discretion. All decisions made by the judges are final.

Deadlines

Online entries can be uploaded starting 9:01 am Pacific Daylight Time on Feburary 1, 2017. Deadline for submitting entries is 11:59 am Pacific Daylight Time on May 31, 2017.

Entrants may be asked to supplement their submission (such as a paragraph about their photo, the highest resolution version of their photo, or a watermark-free version of their photo) anytime on or after June 30, 2017. After an initial review the photos will be posted on RayBiotech’s facebook page. Entrants can submit multiple entries, but each photo entry will be judged separately and on its own merits.

Public voting will be taken into consideration in selecting winners, but the final selection of winners will be the sole right of RayBiotech. Public voting for winners will be possible by “liking” or commenting on the photos posted to RayBiotech’s facebook page. Public voting may entail individuals voting for more than one photo, but voting will be limited to one vote per person per photo.

Up to 12 final winners will be announced in June 2017.

RayBiotech reserves the right to adjust any deadline(s) as the result of causes beyond its immediate control.

Winning Photos

The winners’ photos will be printed as feature photos in the 2018 RayBiotech Photo Calendar. All entrants featured in the calendar will receive a copy of the calendar

Your Rights

You will retain all rights to any photograph you submit — including ownership if applicable. You will grant RayBiotech a license (in the spirit of the Creative Commons Attribution License)to use your photograph as described below. Per the conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution License, RayBiotech shall credit all depictions of the licensed photograph with the caption “© Person’s Name” when the full name is available (or pseudonym, upon request of the entrant).

By submitting your photograph to this competition, you will, in effect, grant to RayBiotech a royalty-free, non-sublicensable, nonexclusive, irrevocable license in perpetuity, to:

  1. Publish the photograph on the Internet.
  2. Use the photograph in RayBiotech’s electronic and printed communications.
  3. Provide your photograph to other organizations for RayBiotech-related use in news stories, newsletters, reports, slide shows, displays, web pages, and the like.
  4. Use, in connection with the Photo Contest, your name, city, state and country of residence in promotions and other publications.
  5. Keep the files provided, and to archive the images on CD or in other electronic forms.

Questions?

Questions and inquiries about contest rules can be emailed to info@raybiotech.com.

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2018 C&I PHOTO CONTEST in cowboysindians.com

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2018 C&I PHOTO CONTEST

 

2018 C&I PHOTO CONTEST

What and how to Enter

You can submit up to five shots that you deem appropriate for publication in Cowboys & Indians. Allow us to suggest some potential subjects, should you need guidelines:

  • Landscapes: Photographs that capture an expansive vision of the West, including but not limited to geological or climatological features located west of the Mississippi.
    (Stunning vertical landscapes are likely to be considered for the issue’s cover.)
  • Portraits: Photographs that capture the many faces of the West — at work and at play, at home and on the ranch, attending rodeos and powwows.
  • Action: Photographs of activities that capture traditional or modern aspects of Western and Native American/First Nations life.
  • Wildlife: Photographs of animals inhabiting areas west of the Mississippi.
  • Equine: Photographs of horses.

The Prizes

Winning entries and runners-up will be published in the February/March 2018 issue of Cowboys & Indians. One entry will be selected as the overall winner and will receive $1,000.
If another entry is selected as a cover, it would also receive $1,000.  Runners-up will receive a 3-year subscription to Cowboys & Indians.

                                                                                                                                                     CLICK HERE to submit photo entries.

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Leg irons, used to restrain the enslaved

Leg irons, used to restrain the enslaved

 

 

This is a photo of a British merchant on the HMS Sphinx removing these restraints in 19″Britain had abolished slavery in the early 19th century.

British traders transported an estimated 3.4 million Africans to North America as slaves during the 245 years the transatlantic slave trade was active.

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The Reichserntedank fest rally (Thanksgiving Celebration of the Reich) in Buckeberg in 1934.

The Reichserntedank fest rally (Thanksgiving Celebration of the Reich) took place in Buckeberg in 1934.

 

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The rally attracted about 700,000 participants. It was an unprecedentedly large gathering, many people had never been present at such an event.The effect was powerful and certainly bolstered public morale and Nazi loyalty among German citizens. Photos of the Thanksgiving Celebration are sometimes mistaken for rallies at Nurnberg.

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This photographer remains calm despite coming under attack 🦌

This photographer remains calm despite coming under attack 🦌

This photographer managed to remain calm despite coming under attack from a young bulk elk 😮🦌

 

Photographer Comes Under Attack From Bull Elk

This photographer managed to remain calm despite coming under attack from a young bulk elk 😮🦌

Posted by LADbible on Friday, July 14, 2017

 

 

 

Leg irons, used to restrain the enslaved

Leg irons, used to restrain the enslaved
 



 

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The Reichserntedank fest rally (Thanksgiving Celebration of the Reich) in Buckeberg in 1934.

The Reichserntedank fest rally (Thanksgiving Celebration of the…
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In 1941, the bombings of London created a scary environment for families and children.

In 1941, the bombings of London, a scary environment for families and children.

In 1941, the bombings of London created a scary environment for…
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The Bombing of Kobe in World War II on March 16 and 17, 1945

The Bombing of Kobe in World War II on March 16 and 17, 1945

The Bombing of Kobe in World War II on March 16 and 17, 1945


 

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The nuclear test was code named Trinity, but the atomic device was nicknamed The Gadget.

The nuclear test was code named Trinity, but the atomic device was nicknamed The Gadget.

The nuclear test was code named Trinity, but the atomic device…
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Two bullets were found during WWI colliding

Two bullets were found during WWI colliding

Two bullets were found during WWI colliding


The battle was…
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photo gif, floating water beach

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Photo gif, dark at night

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photo gif, girl in the dark

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photographers, the nature and the scene gifs

Photographers in the nature and the scene gifs
 


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In 1941, the bombings of London, a scary environment for families and children.

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In 1941, the bombings of London created a scary environment for families and children.

In 1941, the bombings of London created a scary environment for families and children.

All citizens of the UK were issued a gas mask during the War. There was a pervasive fear that the Axis powers would launch a gas attack on Britain.

The masks themselves were oppressively uncomfortable. Thankfully the feared gas attack never occurred.

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The Bombing of Kobe in World War II on March 16 and 17, 1945

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The Bombing of Kobe in World War II on March 16 and 17, 1945

The Bombing of Kobe in World War II on March 16 and 17, 1945

 

The Bombing of Kobe in World War II on March 16 and 17, 1945 was part of the strategic bombing campaign waged by the United States of America against military and civilian targets and population centers during the Japan home islands campaign in the closing stages of World War II.

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The nuclear test was code named Trinity, but the atomic device was nicknamed The Gadget.

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The nuclear test was code named Trinity, but the atomic device was nicknamed The Gadget.

The nuclear test was code named Trinity, but the atomic device was nicknamed The Gadget.

The Gadget was the first atomic bomb ever made and was tested at Trinity Site, New Mexico, near Alamogordo on July 16th, 19″It was the first detonation in the Manhattan Project.

The code name “Trinity” was coined by J. Robert Oppenheimer, taken from a line of John Donne poetry. The Gadget had the same design as Fat Man, the bomb that destroyed Nagasaki.

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Two bullets were found during WWI colliding

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Two bullets were found during WWI colliding

Two bullets were found during WWI colliding

The battle was also Australia and New Zealand’s first military campaign as independent dominions in the British Empire. It was a formative moment in the national consciousness of both countries.

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Popular Photo | Photo of the week BY SERGEY KOVBASYUK

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Popular Photo | Photo of the week

BY SERGEY KOVBASYUK – (Photographer)

 

Popular Photo | Photo of the week BY SERGEY KOVBASYUK

 

Professional photographer from Kyiv (Ukraine)
Commercial, Business, Fashion
www.smmartynenko.com

Сергей Ковбасюк

Popular Photo

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“Reddish” – 100 photos, 100 photographers contest in a crowd funding platform

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“Reddish” – 100 photos, 100 photographers

“Reddish” competition – 100 photos, 100 photographers contest in a crowd funding platform

Participate and read all bout it here

 

Have you ever think about publishing your photos? Send us your best shots. If they’re good enough, we’ll publish them in a share book.

About this project

There are many good photographers around the world whose photos never have a chance to be presented to the public. The most they may have is some pages on the Internet.

Ways you can participate:

There are two main ways you can participate in this project:
As a supporter:

● You can support the campaign and pledge to buy the postal card or the electronic version of the book. If you do any of these things, we’d be extremely grateful.

● If you know any photographer who might be interested in participating in this project, please let him/her know.

● Last, but not the least, is to spread the word via social media or just word of mouth – it would be massively appreciated!

What do I get as a top 100 photographer?

We will assign two full sheets (8.5×11″ each) of the book to all 100 selected photographers. Generally, your portrait and autobiography will get published on one page, and your selected photo on the other page, just like the this sample. The design of each page might be a little different, based on the size of your autobiography and design concerns.

 

What is the photo’s specification?

We highly recommend that you send your picture in 8.5 x 11 ratio (portrait or landscape). A high resolution photo is mandatory. Smaller dimension images should have at least a 2000 pixel resolution. All photos should be in JPEG format.

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