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fixedphotons:

Opposite ends

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louisebichan:

Gemma and Lana at Heb Celt

Great Festival! Nice crowd.

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Fighting the power since 1918.

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(Source: misterand)

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shaefierce:

Counting down Scotland to six weeks now. Hope my photographs are anything close to this beautiful. Finally shipped my friend in Montana back her pro camera and after much deliberation over the Iceland outtakes, I have decided to jump into the deep end and buy my own pro pack for travel photography. Thinking a Mark III. I can’t just up and skip off to Scotland without one, now can I? No. The home in the first image is basically my dream home. I might not come back to the States. I might leave my life for that of a Scottish rancher instead.

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gettyimages:

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gettyimages:

Getty Images Creative in Focus - now available to download via iTunes for free

Welcome to Getty Images ‘Creative In Focus’, the photography trendbook looking over the shoulder of the present, to get a glimpse of the new ideas and flavours we expect imagery to grow into over the next year.

Keeping track of the information that moves across our desktops and smartphones is a challenge we pick up at Getty Images every day; new technologies transform how we work and play, changing the nature, number and quality of our relationships. This shift is due to pictures.

So much of this moment-to-moment information is delivered as imagery – photos and moving images, personal and viral. These images are passed on and posted up, fuelled with comments of excitement, wonder and humour. It turns out that in the second decade of the 21st century, the ideas and emotions that images convey really matter to people, and they want to share that feeling. Imagery is the language of this century.

We’re fortunate at Getty Images to have the technology, creative resources and global reach to help our clients connect with their audiences, through imagery that reflects the spirit of the moment, that we believe is creatively and emotionally engaging.

What follows in these pages is an inspirational swatch of themes, visual ideas and photographic talents likely to emerge over the coming year.

Download via iTunes here

Posted 2 weeks ago

photohab:

UnderCats by Sebastian Magnani