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Resistance by Kristel Lodema

Posted in Photography by ferilli on March 11, 2011

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H.O.P.E. By Christian Stoll

Posted in Photography by ferilli on February 14, 2011

Anamorphic set design. No retouching. The series was published in Pricewaterhouse Coopers – Magazine.

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Crossing Queensboro Bridge – NYC by Matt Mawson

Posted in Photography by ferilli on January 26, 2011

Photography by Stanko Abadžic

Posted in Photography by ferilli on January 26, 2011

Croatia-born photographer Stanko Abadžic finds beauty in simple moments. Shot in black and white, his street photography is characterized by strong contrasts of light and dark, his attention to geographic forms and his eye for long shadows.

Photography by Andrew Smith

Posted in Photography by ferilli on January 26, 2011

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East By Ross Brown

Posted in Photography by ferilli on January 6, 2011

Born in New Zealand in 1969, Ross knew from the age of 13 that he wanted to be a Photographer. He has been single mindedly pursuing Photography as a career, and way of life, ever since.

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Stumbled upon..

Posted in Art, Cars, Cycles, Film, Lifestyle, Motorcycles, Photography, Random, Style, Women by ferilli on January 4, 2011
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New Zealand by Tom Blachford

Posted in Photography by ferilli on January 4, 2011

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Rain by Navid Baraty

Posted in Photography by ferilli on August 30, 2010

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Photography by Hedi Slimane

Posted in Photography by ferilli on August 29, 2010

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Reflextion

Posted in Photography by ferilli on August 19, 2010

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New York shot by David Leventi

Posted in Photography by ferilli on August 11, 2010

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The Namib Desert Indoors by Álvaro Sánchez-Montañés

Posted in Art, Photography by ferilli on August 2, 2010

Inspired by an article he read about abandoned diamond mines in Namibia, photographer Álvaro Sánchez-Montañés wanted to learn more. In his magazine he had only stumbled across one picture of Kolmanskop, a now ghost town in southern Namibia that had once been a rich mining village. Online he found a treasure trove of interesting photos and at that moment promised himself that he would one day experience the Namib desert for himself. He would see with his very own eyes how the desert sands’ had reclaimed its space.

When he got there, he found “the beauty in the abandoned, of the useless, of the time passing by.” Left at the mercy of the Namib desert, the winds had filled the rooms of the deserted buildings with sand. The diamond village that had once been thriving was now more like a surreal dream.

Night Photography by Justin Carrasquillo

Posted in Photography by ferilli on July 30, 2010

Photography By: Andrew Brooks

Posted in Photography by ferilli on June 16, 2010

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Photography – Manoj Jadhav

Posted in Photography by ferilli on June 11, 2010

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Photography By Navis

Posted in Photography by ferilli on June 7, 2010

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Photography By: Jason Ierace

Posted in Photography by ferilli on June 1, 2010

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Adriana Lima For Vogue Spain

Posted in Photography, Women by ferilli on May 21, 2010

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Photography by Pablo Franco

Posted in Photography, Women by ferilli on May 18, 2010

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Interior Photography by Douglas Friedman

Posted in Interior//Design, Photography by ferilli on April 27, 2010

These gorgeous pics are from the portfolio of Douglas Friedman. This talented photographer was born and raised in New York City in 1972. He studied Anthropology and Documentary Film Making at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Post graduation, Douglas worked for a few years making movies in the film industry. After working on SE7EN, The Game, and Fight Club; Douglas left Hollywood with his camera, a suitcase and a one way ticket to Indonesia. These gorgeous pics are from the portfolio of Douglas Friedman. This talented photographer was born and raised in New York City in 1972. He studied Anthropology and Documentary Film Making at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Post graduation, Douglas worked for a few years making movies in the film industry. After working on SE7EN, The Game, and Fight Club; Douglas left Hollywood with his camera, a suitcase and a one way ticket to Indonesia.

The next year and a half was spent traveling the world and photographing everything he came across; from sherpas at the foot of Mt. Everest to sharks 100 feet below the Sulawesi Sea; and the architectural vernacular of each port of call along the way.

Douglas returned to NYC in the late 90’s to begin a serious study of photographic technique and theory. His fascination with architecture and design found its way into his work and shortly thereafter, Douglas was shooting stories for Wallpaper, Domino and Elle Décor magazines.

Bar Refaeli by Warwick Saint

Posted in Photography, Women by ferilli on April 27, 2010

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Eyjafjallajokull

Posted in Photography by ferilli on April 24, 2010

I really dislike this volcano. It made me drive from Amsterdam to Milano and back to pick up my dad last weekend, luckily it did bring us a few nice shots. But at what cause right?

Photography by Chih-Han Hsu

Posted in Photography by ferilli on April 24, 2010

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Photography: GUY AROCH

Posted in Photography by ferilli on April 9, 2010

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Photography: Ilan Hamra

Posted in Art, Photography by ferilli on April 8, 2010

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The Noir A-Z By Julian Hibbard

Posted in Art, Photography by ferilli on March 29, 2010

Photography by Julian Goldstein

Posted in Photography by ferilli on March 16, 2010

w i l d v o y a g e by: Joanna Kustra

Posted in Photography by ferilli on March 5, 2010

Photography: Kim Høltermand

Posted in Photography by ferilli on March 4, 2010