La main de Crépin by Vincent F...

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The night soon! by Patrice Tho...

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Among Giants by Lars van de Go...

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Among Giants by Lars van de Goor


Veluwe, the Netherlands
Looks Better on Black

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Moo-dy morning by Michiel Piet...

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Moo-dy morning by Michiel Pieters


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Moo-dy morning by Michiel Pieters make sure to follow me on Instagram @michielpieters ! Michiel Pieters: Photos

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Soft Atmospheres by Bruno Pisa...

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Soft Atmospheres by Bruno Pisani New Facebook page launched.. Check it out by clicking HERE! Follow me on Instagram! A detail shot in the Dolomites. Bruno Pisani: Photos

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Fly! by HE Atala

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Fly! by HE Atala


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Sunrise Through The Arch by Th...

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Sunrise Through The Arch by The Narratographer


This morning, Matt and I decided to head to Durdle Door to try and capture the sun coming through the arch; as it does around the middle of December each year. The sunrise looked promising as we trudged our way down the plethora of steps and across the beach; the stormy waves crashing into the beach and colliding with each other. By the time we had set up, the light was beginning to form and the sky was turning a beautiful orange. It wasnt until at least 8.30am that the sun aligned perfectly with the arch and as it formed a star beneath that rocky hole, we began to take our shots. So concentrated we were, that we didn’t notice the huge wave sweeping into from the sea towards us. It crashed into us with such force that it knocked a fellow photographers tripod and A7RII into the sea. It came in so deep that it was up to our knees, soaking our feet and trousers. Thankfully, I was brave enough to stay in position and managed to fire off this image :).

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Sunrise Through The Arch by The Narratographer This morning, Matt and I decided to head to Durdle Door to try and capture the sun coming through the arch; as it does around the middle of December each year. The sunrise...

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Winter Tales by Daniel Herr

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Winter Tales by Daniel Herr


A song she heard
Of cold that gathers
Like winter’s tongue
Among the shadows
It rose like blackness
In the sky
That on volcano’s
Vomit rise
A Stone of ruin
From burn to chill
Like black moonrise
Her voice fell still…”
(Robert Fanney)

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Winter Tales by Daniel Herr A song she heard Of cold that gathers Like winter’s tongue Among the shadows It rose like blackness In the sky That on volcano’s Vomit rise A Stone of ruin From burn to chill Like...

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Light Police by Dylan Toh &...

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Light Police by Dylan Toh & Marianne Lim


Policeman’s Creek
Canmore The light on this particular morning was pretty stunning . This is going backward in time from the previously posted shot from the same morning and there will be another step back to the peak. Dawn’s on the latter half of our trip with breathtaking to say the least! I haven’t updated our website for the latest works but this and many other images from our trip will be available as prints. If you are interested, drop us an email dm@everlookphotography.com

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Light Police by Dylan Toh & Marianne Lim Policeman’s Creek Canmore The light on this particular morning was pretty stunning . This is going backward in time from the previously posted shot from the same morning...

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***Khadiata*** by Joachim Berg...

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***Khadiata*** by Joachim Bergauer www.bergauer.cc Joachim Bergauer: Photos

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Manarola by Night by Adnan Bub...

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Manarola by Night by Adnan Bubalo


Manarola may be the oldest of the towns in the Cinque Terre, with the cornerstone of the church, San Lorenzo, dating from 1338. The local dialect is Manarolese, which is marginally different from the dialects in the nearby area. The name “Manarola” is probably a dialectical evolution of the Latin, “magna rota”. In the Manarolese dialect this was changed to “magna roea” which means “large wheel”, in reference to the mill wheel in the town.

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Manarola by Night by Adnan Bubalo Manarola may be the oldest of the towns in the Cinque Terre, with the cornerstone of the church, San Lorenzo, dating from 1338. The local dialect is Manarolese, which is marginally different...

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A Lightshow in the Dolomites b...

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A Lightshow in the Dolomites by Daniel F.


POST PROCESSING
BILDBEARBEITUNG
WEBSITE
FACEBOOK Many techniques used on this image are demonstrated in my recently released set of videos. Just check out my website for more information.
____ Viele der hier angewandten Techniken werden sehr ausführlich in meinen aktuellen Video Tutorials demonstriert. Mehr Infos dazu findet Ihr auf meiner Website.

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A Lightshow in the Dolomites by Daniel F. POST PROCESSING BILDBEARBEITUNG WEBSITE FACEBOOK Many techniques used on this image are demonstrated in my recently released set of videos. Just check out my website for more...

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