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Photographer Christopher Scott recently shot some stunning wedding photos, not so much because of any particular technique, but due to the unusual subject matter and location. The wedding was held at the fabulous Chengeta Safari Lodge and the lucky groom was Redditor Corey Perkins, aka per1993 who decided to renew his vows with his Zimbabwe native wife of three years. The venue was of course no less than spectacular, given its exotic location.
We can’t seem to get enough of our cute little canines. In practically every manner possible, we depict these delightful little pooches in ways that range from the adorable to the insane. LA-based Lara Jo Regan happens to be one such dog loving individual. The lady photographer decided to take a different route with her latest series by taking ‘happy’ dogs as they placed their heads precariously out of windows on moving vehicles. This (silly) undertaking is part of a crazy project, all directed towards the effort for her new 2014 calendar called, what else? Dogs In Cars.
We probably don’t realize it, but there are many things that require two hands to be done, that we insist on doing with just one. To name a couple of activities where this holds true would driving and eating. In the case of photographers, many of them likewise insist on taking shots with just one hand, even though it may seem awkward, if not insufficient for support.
Aesthetically, the Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone is beautiful. One can also experience the quality of the PureView technology, Optical Image Stabilization, 41-megapixel camera, and the outstanding zoom features. You can take stunning pictures and the Nokia Rich Recording technology makes it possible to capture sharp HD videos accompanied by crisp movie quality free sound.
Los Angeles-based cinematographer Colin Rich of Deer Dog Productions two years ago embarked on painting a picture of his beloved LA. What he accomplished was a mesmerizing and stirring time-lapse video. Impressive as the work was, it would only signal the beginning of a greater body of work that would unfold in three parts. Hence the start of his personal journey would commence as well as the beginning of his Trilogy of Light series.
Photographer Jacob Sjöman’s pictures of the European Alps can only be described with one word: awesome. His images are able to capture the absolute grandeur of these gigantic slopes, their purity seen from a distance giving us a sense and perspective once again of how we are all so small in the big scheme of things. The Alps are one of the immense mountain range systems of Europe that spans around 1,200 kilometres across no less than eight Alpine countries from Slovenia to Austria over in the east, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and France on the west, and Italy and Monaco to the south.