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Adrian Murray was inspired to get serious about photography, especially since he realized that the childhood years of his kid would be fleeting. While he had been around cameras his entire life, his photography took on a new meaning, especially as a father documenting his children. There was now a profound reason to pursue photography.
Every photography project or endeavor is better served with some sort of pre-planning – thinking about what shots you want to get, and making sure you’ve transferred all existing images on your memory card(s) so you have clean ones. Recharge your batteries and clean your favorite lenses. Scout the location (the family house or apartment) taking notice of specific details. Observe how the light filters in through the windows and illuminates the room. Don’t be afraid to take notes, take test shots under various lighting conditions to check exposure values, and try out compositions. This way when it comes down to actually photographing your family, you’ll know exactly what to do, where to position people and what are the best times to shoot.
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Professional landscape photographer Kilian Schönberger began his professional career in 2006, and already he is quite renowned for his work, notable of which is the photographic illustrations of the Brothers Grimm. Born in 1985, the 29 year-old again shot some remarkable pictures for his latest series of mysterious dense fog over mountains of central Europe.
In French photographer Olivier Ramonteu’s creepy but absorbing collection called Alter Ego, he depicts ghostly images of twins. One however, would wonder, upon examination of the images, if they are indeed real twins or just digitally manufactured doubles? These days you can never be sure about what you see.
Maybe it can be said that the themes of weightlessness and dogs, two totally unrelated topics share one thing. They are both favorites of countless shutterbugs. Well, German photographer Julia Christe takes these twin topics to a new level by merging them into one theme. Dogs suspended in mid-air.