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Marcos Chaves

Marcos Chaves

Unassuming Observations

Unassuming Observations

Well known for his neutral, objective and almost indifferent images, Stephen Shore (b. broke the mould when he made his photographic debut in the


Rule of Thirds: There are almost no humans in Wender’s photos. I almost forget there’s a human behind the camera in a way that would never happen with other road trip photographers.


Scuba diving is high on my bucket list. Discovering the underwater world sounds magical. Photo by Wayne Levin. The Deep

Last two pictures at the bottom.   perfect example of enhancing the background and thrings around the subject.

Rainbows n’ mountains painted onto photographs by Austin based artist Alexandra Valenti.

Yayoi Kusama - Studio Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life 2011

Yayoi Kusama - Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life 2011 © Yayoi Kusama/Yayoi Kusama Studio, Inc

Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places

Can we take a second to admire the perfection of Stephen Shore’s Uncommon Places? Shore’s journey across the lesser seen parts of the United States is an example of Americana at its finest.

One Big Photo - a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Tierney Gearon ~ Explosure series (2009) "Exposing images twice inside the camera, using the old-fashioned technique (no photoshop, no retouching, no nothing!) was a crazy mess. My images are a diary of my soul. My life is my art. …as I untangled this chaos I was creating inside my camera, I also began to untangle the chaos in my own life, resulting in this amazing series of dream-like images: EXPLOSURE." http://www.tierneygearon.com/exhibitions/explosure/

How To Look at Your Life in Double-Exposures

For photographer Tierney Gearon, her personal and artistic lives often collide. Her 2008 series “Explosure” not only examines Gearon’s life through double-exposed images, but it also plays upon themes of chance, controversy, and self-exploration.