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1 hr ago | Trend Hunter Magazine

Sporty Schoolboy Photography - GQ Style Germany's Jersey Boy Story...

Tim Schumacher stars in GQ Style Germany's collegiate fashion editorial, entitled 'Jersey Boy'. The fair-haired model is captured by photographer Bruno Staub's lens and is outfitted by wardrobe stylist Tobias Frericks for the shoot.

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3 hrs ago | Popsugar.com

Bride's Underwater Photo Shoot Is Heartbreaking and Hopeful

Fifty-two days before their wedding , bride-to-be Janine was blindsided when her fiancA©, Johnny, passed away unexpectedly. She then did something that took a lot of bravery, but that she felt would be instrumental in her healing process - she reached out to Matt Adcock of Del Sol Photography to do an underwater "trash the dress" photo shoot in the wedding dress she had custom made for the wedding that would never take place.

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Related Topix: Wedding, Arts

7 hrs ago | Altus Times

Fundamentals of Photography Workshop offered at library

Fundamentals of Photography will be offered at the Altus Public Library Sept. 22, 23 and 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost of the workshop is $30.

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Related Topix: Arts, Cameras, Altus, OK

8 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Monaco's rare vintage photo collection dazzles photography pros

Just as Los Angeles is getting ready for the 30th Annual Princess Grace Awards on October 8 , photography curators are beginning to explore a treasure trove of vintage photography now being shared with publishers by the Princely family of Monaco . This month, Polka Magazine , a trade journal for professional photographers and photo gallery managers, featured Princess Grace on its cover with 26 pages of rare vintage photographs from this private collection .

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Related Topix: Arts, Recreational Vehicle, Europe, World News, Monaco, Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA), Los Angeles, CA

10 hrs ago | DNA India

Aamir Khan's 'PK' shooting in Nashik interrupted

The shooting of the film PK starring Aamir Khan was interrupted in Nashik , when the crew began its shoot at the famous Kala Ram Mandir on Monday, September 15, 2014. According to trustee of Kala Ram Mandir Trust, Advocate Ajay Nikam, the shooting of the film PK starring Aamir Khan and directed by Rajkumar Hirani had commenced at the temple on Monday morning.

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Related Topix: Aamir Khan, Arts

14 hrs ago | Mail & Guardian

South African photography at the Barbican

'Constructing Worlds', a new exhibition at London's Barbican Centre, explores the relationship between photography and the built environment. Constructing Worlds , a new exhibition at London's Barbican Centre, explores the relationship between photography and the built environment.

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Related Topix: South Africa, Africa, World News, Arts

17 hrs ago | Tribune/The Tribune Advertiser

Memorial gives first Morrison Scholar Award

Geoffrey Walker, a student at Surry Community College, won the Clifford Morrison Scholarship Award given for the first year and submitted a painting in a "steam punk" genre with a twist of Victorian emphasis. Portraits of Gladys and Clifford Morrison are on the wall behind Walker.

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Related Topix: Recreational Vehicle, Award, Painting, Arts, Surry County, NC

Sun Sep 14, 2014

BBC News

The photographer who rejected racism

At the turn of the 20th Century, life was incredibly difficult for the African-American community in the southern states of the US. But one self-taught photographer used his camera to challenge racial barriers and capture the diversity of the American South.

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Related Topix: African-American, Cameras, Duke University, Arts

Hispanic Business

Do a Ana Photography Club shares tips, tricks in day-long symposium

That spirit will be demonstrated in the day-long 2014 Southwest Photographic Symposium from to attend the symposium workshops," Hulser said. They're prepared to grow.

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Related Topix: Arts, Cameras

GwdToday.com

Local songwriters hitting Nashville

Pictured, from left to right, are Dwayne Moore, Josh Owens, Meg's House executive director Dr. Alice Hodges and Prevo Rodgers. What started as an outlet for one man's grief over the most tragic year in history of the Lakelands is now headed into the heart of country music as one of Nashville's top up-and-coming artists will be recording the song.

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Related Topix: Hodges, SC, Y'all, Arts, Country, Greenwood County, SC

Newsday

Oxford hosts photography festival

Held over three weeks, across 20 venues, the Photography Oxford Festival features the work of leading photographers from Britain, the United States, Germany, New Zealand, France, Finland, Egypt and Italy. The event's director, photojournalist Robin Laurance, said, "It's a beautiful, walkable city with exhibition spaces in lovely historic buildings.

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Watford Observer

Watford pupils to take part in photography exhibition in aid of Hope for Children

Parmiter's School A-Level students will display their work to be judged by photography experts and VIPs, including the former head of photography at the Tate Gallery, David Clarke, and the deputy mayor of Dacorum, Gbola Adeleke.

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Related Topix: Arts, Hertfordshire County, England, United Kingdom

The Daily Record

Norma Ann Photography closure hits Lanarkshire weddings

The brides and grooms-to-be were left stunned after receiving a letter from the Glasgow company last week which stated that "after 30 years of being in business we are no longer able to continue trading". The firm, which were previously based on Portland Place, Hamilton, before moving to the city a few years ago, was run by Norma Gaughan, 58, and daughter Naomi, 32. But it was director Aria Gaughan, 27, who wrote to customers breaking the news.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Times Bulletin

New exhibit to open

The National Buick Car Club paid the Wassenberg Art Center a visit and held a luncheon and with a presentation by art center director, Hope Wallace. The Wassenberg Art Center had some wonderful visitors yesterday! The national tour Buick Car Club visited and had lunch with us.

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Related Topix: Nebraska, Arts, Painting, Union University

Wise County Messenger Online

Officer arrested for photos of sex offender

A longtime officer at the Wise County Sheriff's Office has been arrested for improper photography related to convicted sex offenders.

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Related Topix: Wise County, TX, Arts, Boyd, TX

The Bugle

Aerial Photography in Archaeology program in Camp Verde Sept. 30

The Verde Valley Archaeology Center is hosting a free presentation on the importance of aerial photography in archaeology on Sept. 30, at 7 p.m., in the Cliff Castle Casino Hotel Ballroom.

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Related Topix: Camp Verde, AZ, Archaeology, Anthropology, Science, Arts

Stuff.co.nz

What camera is best for travel photography?

Friends often ask me which camera they should buy to take travelling, which is a difficult one to answer because I only know what works best for me. What works for them might be something completely different.

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Related Topix: Arts, Travel

Alabama Live

Homeless photography unveiled at ArtWalk

Lawson said the first photograph he took for the collection in 1998 was of a man who was "literally starving to death." A couple of days later, Lawson said the man was dead in an alley.

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Wall Street Journal

Cameras for Shooting Truer Vintage-Style Photos

INSTAGRAM may be the easiest way to give your snapshots a vintage-style charm. But digital filters that fiddle with exposure levels and color balance will only get you so far.

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This is Oxfordshire

Striking picture clicks with judges in our photo contest

Buy this photo Winner John Boteler, centre, runner-up Bharat Patel, left, and Brookes lecturer Gerard Hanson, right. Picture: OX69897 Ed Nix John Boteler, of Duns Tew, won with his striking picture of a traveller in her caravan at the Stowe Fair.

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