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Backlighting. Black and White. Contrast. Long shadows. Low lighting for shadow effect. Glowing bottles. Like & Repin. Listen to Noelito Flow. Noel Music.

Backlighting. Black and White. Contrast. Long shadows. Low lighting for shadow effect. Glowing bottles. Like & Repin. Listen to Noelito Flow. Noel Music.

George Byrne was born in Sydney in 1976. In February of that same year, the controversial exhibition New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape concluded its run at George Eastman House nearly 10 thousand miles away in Rochester, New York. As it happens, Byrne’s fate would be intertwined with the history of the New Topographics movement …

George Byrne was born in Sydney in 1976. In February of that same year, the controversial exhibition New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape concluded its run at George Eastman House nearly 10 thousand miles away in Rochester, New York. As it happens, Byrne’s fate would be intertwined with the history of the New Topographics movement …

ed freeman photography - Google Search

ed freeman photography - Google Search

'New Topographics' William Jenkins's 1975 exhibition rewrote the rules of landscape photography. Does it have the same impact today?

'New Topographics' William Jenkins's 1975 exhibition rewrote the rules of landscape photography. Does it have the same impact today?

Stephen Shore's Photos Will Make You Hate Your Camera Phone

Stephen Shore's Photos Will Make You Hate Your Camera Phone

Lights on the works of Berlin-based artist Stephanie Jung with her beautiful experimental photographs shot during her travels in France and Japan, as well as in and around her city in Germany. The effect created through the multiple exposure hypnotizes the viewer and creates a feeling of being lost in space and time.

Lights on the works of Berlin-based artist Stephanie Jung with her beautiful experimental photographs shot during her travels in France and Japan, as well as in and around her city in Germany. The effect created through the multiple exposure hypnotizes the viewer and creates a feeling of being lost in space and time.