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Kilian Schoenberger shot some breathtaking rural woods behind his home to produce additional images for his European landscapes collection. The series shows compellingly beautiful and serene scenes sometimes enveloped in mist to create some stunning landscapes. What surprises most folks is the fact that the German photographer is colorblind.
Typically in photography, maintaining your close-up images uncluttered and essentially simple can give you the most effective results. Another virtue that most photographers would be well-served to have is patience and persistence. And still, other points worth emphasizing are depth of field as well as isolating your subject, two elements to keep in mind for great macro photography. Obviously Paulo Latães is only too aware of these fundamentals, based on his extremely detailed macro photography of insects.
Stefano Unterthiner’s work is about as intimate as you can get to wildlife and other exotic animals. Based on the proximity from which these were taken, one would think Unterthiner gets this close by using a remote-controlled camera mount often employed by those shooting dangerous species. Unterthiner does not use any such gadgets, and he often gets to a distance of less than a meter to the animals. Typical of his wildlife shots are images where he often catches the animals off guard and by surprise. His photos can perhaps be described generally as lighthearted, a quality they posses even if the animal subjects happen to be predatorial. He is able to strip our preconceived notions about some species and present them in a manner with neutrality, devoid of any bias.
Can you imagine the Big Apple bereft of people? Well you won’t have to thanks to the remarkable images shot by Adam Garelick. Garelick has had a love affair shooting the famously busy NYC since 2002, and during that time has taken thousands of images of this place renowned for its 24/7 non-stop activity.
Mention the creature guinea pig and immediately images of experimentation and testing come to mind. As a matter of fact say ‘guinea pig’ and you will often get the impression that something new is being tried, often implying unknown if not perilous results. There are a few exceptions ofcourse, such as Booboo.
The “overview effect” is a phenomenon explained by astronauts as “the feeling associated with viewing the earth in its entirety, as a pale blue dot from space.” It is the overpowering and unique transformation in mind-set and viewpoint that astronauts experience when they view Earth in its totality, seeing things as whole rather than seemingly disconnected parts. This is what Daily Overview offers.