Don Krueger

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Follow 10 YouTube Channels to Learn Linux Online

Want to Learn Linux Course Online. YouTube is one of the best places to learn Linux online.<p>In this post we made a list of best Linux Channels and …

50+ Best Computer Tricks and Hacks You Didn't Know your PC Could Do

Collection of Best Window Computer Tricks and Hacks for your Window 7 and Window 10 PC. With these computer tricks and tips, you can learn more about …

Five Places for Perfect Natural Portrait Lighting

Wouldn’t it be great if you could get beautiful, natural-looking portraits without ever having to use flash? Well, perhaps you can. There are many …

Digital Photography

The Key Ingredient of Portrait Photography: The Story

As photographers, we are blessed with more choices of medium than could possibly be mentioned in a single list, but there are few that are as diverse …

A Guide to Layers and Blending in Gimp

Unlike some free software, Gimp www.gimp.org is a powerful rival for its payware counterpart, Photoshop. Its depth and similarity to the Photoshop …

Nippon

Project info<p>Basically, in my photographic series of ‘Nippon’,I tried to integrate Japanese traditional artistic elements into the modern digit al art of photography. I choose cherry blossom as a motif of my pictures this time.Because the cherry blossom has been a symbol of Japanese people’s soul …

Abstractions

Project info<p>While street photography is often used to document "life as it is," I often reject this pursuit and use the streets as a canvas to capture and create my own view of the world and of art. Usually, this comes in the form of using the camera or the frame to "abstract" my subject(s). The …

Pine Tree Ballads - Photographs and text by Paul Thulin | LensCulture

<i>Paul Thulin is one of the 50 best emerging photographers for 2015, as voted by international jury for the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2015. He was also one of the eight “jurors’ picks.” Here is his winning entry and artist’s statement. Below, you can also read more about what made his work</i> …

Lost and Found - Photographs and text by Michael Joseph | LensCulture

While hitchhiking may conjure up images of the Beat Generation, life on the road continues to be a viable means of creating a dynamic, alternative community. These black-and-white portraits portray the individual souls of lost youth who have abandoned their homes to travel around the country by …

Mobile Street Stories: H-artcollective - Photographs by members of the H-artcollective | LensCulture

Mobile photography is becoming a global movement. Supported by expanding technological advancements, and fed by continuous, impressive production, mobile photography is quickly establishing itself as a distinct and respected aesthetic all on its own. While the ease of using a mobile device opens …

Incredible Composite Photographs Inspired by Edward Hopper

Richard Tuschman created this incredible series of composite photographs inspired by the work of seminal American painter Edward Hopper.<p>Tuschman builds painted dollhouse-size dioramas that he photographs in his studio. When he photographs the dioramas, he always takes the shots with small …

‘Share’ is a Photo Book That Contains 50 Removable Prints for Sharing Art

<i>Share</i> is like the Kit Kat bar of photo books. Just as you can break off a chocolate covered wafer to share a Kit Kat bar with someone else, you can …

KitKat

Manifesting Infinity - Photographs and text by Michael Donnor | LensCulture

There is a certain fascination we have always had when questioning our existence and relation within the universe. It is the pursuit of those ultimate answers, such as, time, space, and impermanence that both science and art are in constant search of.<p>The mind is whatever we want it to be; we can …

Lost Territories: In the Shadow of the USSR - Photographs by the members of Sputnik Photos | LensCulture

25 years after the fall of the USSR, the former empire’s influence continues to be felt around the world. During its existence, it kept a firm grip on a large part of Europe and Asia. Today, the Empire is gone, but what has it left behind? A relief? Freedom? A longing for imperial power, for …

Mugshots from the 1920s are Significantly Cooler Than Mugshots from Today

<i>Images courtesy of the Sydney Living Museums</i><p>We recently found this collection from the Sydney Living Museums via the Historic Houses Trust that …

A few Apple executives get new profile pictures for the New Year

Apple has updated its official executive bios page to show off some new profile pictures for CEO Tim Cook, VP of Human Resources Denise Young-Smith, and Senior VP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue. Still no word on when Jony Ive will smile again.

Commonplace - Photographs and text by Lindsey Beal | LensCulture

A commonplace book was kept by writers at the turn of the twentieth century to record quotes, information and daily occurrences. Similar to a scrapbook, these notes grew over time into substantial volumes that allow us to glimpse into the writer’s life and era. Social media is our way of logging …

Le Voyage Sombre (2012-2014)

Project info<p>« Voyager ? Pour voyager il suffit d’exister. Je vais d’un jour à l’autre comme d’une gare à l’autre, dans le train de mon corps ou de ma destinée, penché sur les rues et les places, sur les visages et les gestes, toujours semblables, toujours différents, comme, du reste, le sont les …

CollageMo Helps You Turn Your Photos Into Beautiful Collages for Your Wall

Want to decorate your wall with a collage of your photos, but don’t want to spend the time, energy, and money required to make it happen? CollageMo …

An Interview With Antoine D’Agata - Photographs by and interviews with Antoine D'Agata | LensCulture

<i>Antoine D’Agata is an itinerant figure: a photographer, a film-maker, a world wanderer, a member of Magnum Photos. As an artist, he is most widely-known for his graphic and intense images (some of which can be seen above). But during a brief sit-down with LensCulture managing editor Alexander</i> …

Horizonte Falso (False Horizon) - Photographs by and interview with Alberto García-Alix | LensCulture

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By: Kamal Aakarsh

Beautiful article. Excellent examples. The minimalism that is present in some of the photographs is breathtaking.

Abandoned

The House of Poets

DIY Pop-Up Photos

Extra photos for bloggers: 1, 2, 3<p>Flat pack, flat hair, flat soda. Flat out yuck.<p>Nothing good ever comes with just one level so it’s time for your …

Point of View

Project info<p>These photographs were taken on the street.<br>In this series, I regard an impending spectacle as an aggregate of a figure.<br>And I wait for the moment each figure harmonizes beautifully.

as it is

Project info<p>For many years I didn’t pursue my work as an artist, but tragedy returned me to it.<p>After studying fine art in the U.S. and Canada, I arrived back in my native Japan and began a career in journalism. It was Japan’s 2011 earthquake and tsunami that reconnected me to photography. Two …

Haunting Surreal Photographs from the 60s Inspired by Children’s Nightmares

Noted American photographer Arthur Tress is known for his strangely posed and articulated surrealist work. Born in November of 1940, he was merely in …