Alan McFadyen, who has been an avid wildlife photographer since 2009, just captured a photo that he has spent 6 years trying to get. By his count, it took him 4,200 hours and 720,000 photos to get a perfect shot of a kingfisher diving straight into the water without a single splash
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Alexander Yakovlev captures breathtaking Bodies Celebrating Dance Alexander Yakovlev is a Moscow based dance photographer with an eye for capturing beauty within motion. He graduated from the law faculty at the Russian State University For the Humanities yet more than mastering the art of persuasive speech he has perfected the ability to transform frozen imagery into silent performances. His studio photography highlights the raw skill and physical power of professional dancers from a…
This image was created by Rankin, he has simply destroyed this picture by tearing it up and putting it back together again using black thread. It also looks like he has incorporated another material placed on the bottom right of the image. He layers his images by using different types of materials which brings a meaning to the image, shows rebalance and the woman's evil side.