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Ford Yates – Outdoor portraits

 

Some incredible adventure pictures by Photographer Ford Yates.

Ford Yates is a talented 21-year-old self-taught photographer and senior at the University of Oklahoma, from Dallas, Texas, USA. Ford shoots a lot of portrait, landscape, lifestyle and travel photography. “When I wasn’t looking, the love of photography found me through the borrowed lens of my mom’s 1990’s DSLR; it somehow lifted an ordinary weekend hunting trip into a visual adventure,” he says.

I find a strong connection to themes of unrefined outdoor lifestyle, while being from a city of nearly three million.

I recommend follow him on Instagram

Nice Slider Tool

Edelkrone stands for high quality photo and video gadgets and holds some cool and handy gadgets in their product portfolio. The Slider Plus is just one of them. For people who try to travel light weight and with small practical equipment this is almost a must have.

Kott Custom Style

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  • Kott Custom Style
  • Kott Custom Style
The photo series  “A day with Dustin Kott” by www.curtet.com presents the independently-owned company, which is based in the Los Angeles area and specialized in the fabrication and design of vintage motorcycles, namely bikes from the 1970’s Honda CB series. The well-known company has found a very significant style within the cafe racer world. Each bike concept is well thought-through and build with many customized parts to create this significant look&feel of the bike.
So it comes as no surprise, that in the same perfection as the bikes, photography has to be. With both companies based in the Los Angeles area, and the strong automotive portfolio of M&P CURTET, it made sense to team up for a great shoot about “Kott Bikes”.
Credits
Photography: www.curtet.com
Art work: www.dwain.com
Production: www.gravyproductions.net

Artique by Vincent Munier

This is such amazing piece of art. Not matter if still or moving, Photographer Vincent Munier’s work is pure art in perfection. The colours, composition and object melts into one great artwork. The story itself, the adventure and effort how he get to these places would be almost enough to show and tell. Munier seems to like the coldness of the Artic. He likes pulling heavy sleds, walking on skis across hundreds of miles on the territories of the white wolves.

In his book “Artique”, he showcases his best pictures from polar winter expeditions he did, generally alone, from over the past 6 years. His unique pictures carry us along into the white Arctic dessert, a world so different, so remote.

Shoots on a 350ft Cliff

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  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
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  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff

People must be quite in love with heights when they ask Photographer Jay Philbrick to take pictures of them onto the face of a cliff, 350 feet above the ground. Philbrick started his career as a professional mountain guide before picking up a camera and starting a photography business. He takes his clients to Echo Lake State Park in New Hampshire, where the 700-foot Cathedral Ledge looms over the lake. With climbing gear, he carefully lowers his subjects onto a small outcropping on the face of the cliff, about 350 feet up.

So if you up for some real different wedding shots, per- or post wedding shoot, get in contact with him. Find more images here.

One Million

As mentioned earlier, French photographer Laurent Nivalle is one of my favorite photographers. I really like his eye on composition, lighting and the expression of his images. For any visual artist it can be quite challenging to take his images any further. Create something more out of them without destroying the expression of the image. Here are some great examples of professional visual design which underlines the natural mood of the photo. For more examples visit <a href=”http://laurentnivalle.fr/new/” target=”_blank”>Laurent Nivalle</a>

COMING UP FOR AIR

Another great surf clip by Mickey Smith. The British surf photographer and filmmaker surprised with his first film “The dark side of the lens”. His heavy and moody pictures compared with the same kind of sound makes his signature.

First Look

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A short film of the surfer Jamie O’Brien shot with the Canon 5D MKII and Red One Camera in the North Shore of Hawaii. Shots are taking by Vincent Laforet which had already tested the Canon EOS 5D MK2 with a nice shortstory moodfilm “Reeverie” at the beginning of 2009. Again, great emotional pictures combined with a set of fresh perspectives.