Photo by Michelangelo Flores
Inspired by the work of darkroom-master Jerry Uelsmann, I strive to exercise his method of post-visualization whenever I see a new negative developed in my own darkroom, although I implement it with the aid of a computer. This digital composite combines three images: the model (photographed in a studio); the water (shot on a stormy day); and the sky (shot on a perfect day), to make an image that has a surreal quality, and that commands more interest (I hope) than the individual images alone..
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To see more of Michelangelo's work, visit his website: www.michelangeloflores.com
© 2000 Michelangelo Flores
Nahel Huapi Park
Photo by Ricardo Rothfield
I'm a photography enthusiast and one of my dreams are to have my photos published and to work with this passion. I live in Brazil and love to travel around the world to take photos. This was taken in the Nahel Huapi Park, near Bariloche, Patagonia Argentina, and shows the type of photos that I love to take. Sorry about my bad English, but I've learned alone, just watching TV, reading magazines and listening to the radio. Many hugs to my fellow photographers.
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© 2000 Ricardo Rothfield
photograph by Annunziata Mare
This is one of my favourite pictures. The title is simply 'A Door'. I shot this picture on a sunny winter day in London November 2000 with my Nikon 801s.
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© 2000 Annunziata Mare
Photograph by Arunabh Barua
This cat sits by the window all day long during the winter months waiting patiently for the snow to clear, and a chance to go outside and play. I thought the table lamp and the silhouette of the cat made for a nice composition.
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© 2000 Arunabh Barua
photograph by Tom Drost
In February 1999, I was on a documentary assignment in India. We were traveling through the country visiting orphanages and Catholic-funded hospitals. I was in a leper home when I came across this man, who had advanced stages of elephantitis as you can see by his right leg, but he still stood to greet me! More of these images can be seen at my web site www.tsdfoto and email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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To see more of Michael's work, visit his website: www.tsdfoto
© 2000 Tom Drost
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