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Photography blogs with the tag 'art'

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  • Avatar : rpphoto

    One Night Show in Denver

    Some of my old-school Punk film photography can be seen at Denver's Artopia event February 20. The event features progressive music and art, and lasts until midnight at the City Hall nightclub. The sponsors of this culture event expect between 2,000 ...

    • Posted by : rpphoto
    •  3 Feb 2016 8:14PM
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  • Avatar : Bonvilston


    As many of you will already know I have felt bitter about being kicked off another photosharing site for not producing images that were photographic enough. I am getting over that now - not least because of the much more welcoming and open minded at...

    • Posted by : Bonvilston
    •  22 Nov 2015 4:07PM
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  • Avatar : Padmayogini

    Folkestone Triennial and the search for gold.

    I went over to Folkestone on Saturday , it was the start of their Triennial art event with public art placed all around the town. The art work that caused the most news coverage was that of Berlin-based artist Michael Sailstorfer, who buried gold ...

    • Posted by : Padmayogini
    •  2 Sep 2014 6:45PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Art Deco

    Some years ago, I took photos in and around an old, abandoned art deco building in the Netherlands - Radio Kootwijk. It used to be a radio station for international phone communications, but of course at some point it was redundant, and vacated. ...

    • Posted by : conrad
    •  22 May 2013 11:03AM
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  • Avatar : AngelaSeager

    Baked Beans Window Art

    Did a double take when I walked past this convenience store shop window and saw shelves of tinned baked beans, kidney beans, and chick peas individually hand-painted onto the

    • Posted by : AngelaSeager
    •  29 Apr 2013 12:29PM
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  • Avatar : nineteen68

    up date

    I have that many blogs I never keep up with all. The light projection project is underway. Ive been experimenting with a variety of images inc video. The feedback Ive received on ephotozine has been incredible and very helpful. I do have a de...

    • Posted by : nineteen68
    •  22 Apr 2013 9:31PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Wall Painting

    Walking through a city street with a lot of walls with graffiti on them, this wall caught my eye. I do like good graffiti, if itīs done well itīs better than a blank wall, or than just the vandalism kind of graffiti. But this is just so much better, ...

    • Posted by : conrad
    •  30 Mar 2013 8:35PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Art Deco

    Art Deco buildings are quite rare nowadays, and since I like the style, I'm always happy to see it when people are taking good care of a nice specimen. This is the Tuschinski film theatre in Amsterdam, which was restored to its original Art Deco ...

    • Posted by : conrad
    •  22 Dec 2012 10:44AM
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  • Avatar : drfireball

    Going Pro.....

    Lots of talk on line about what "professional" means. To some it means "high quality" to others it refers to someone who relies on photography for their living. Often times these two definitions do not run hand in hand. Market forces I hear you cry! ...

    • Posted by : drfireball
    •  9 May 2012 6:56PM
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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    What am I doing here?

    Hello fellow photographers, welcome to my blog. I have decided to blog because I would like to share with you, thoughts, opinions and critique on issues related to photography. Through my family I had a close relationship with visual art, and am...

  • Avatar : sharonjeet

    Arts and Photography Exhibition

    I'm really excited to say that I've now been given the go ahead for my next arts & photography exhibition! :D So I'm now getting ready to start preparing artwork & am really looking forward to it! Dates still need to be finalised but all that needs d...

    • Posted by : sharonjeet
    •  28 Apr 2012 2:29PM
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  • Avatar : chrispalm


    Despite marvels in building technology, and novel new designs to building exteriors, I find we are living and working more and more in cubical structures. Be it driven by functional design or a need to build spaces that can easily evolve for differe...

  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 187: Ironhenge

    One of Rotherham’s hidden bits of art, taking under the sort of moody sky I’d love to see from Stonehenge one day. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 18mm; ISO 200; F/9; 1/60s. VC off.

  • Avatar : conrad

    Pop Art

    No Andy Warhol here, I'm afraid, but something completely different. More like Soda Pop Art, really. Oh, and speaking of different, some of the observant members may notice a striking similarity between what I uploaded to the Gallery today and the pi...

    • Posted by : conrad
    •  18 Jan 2012 5:12PM
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  • Avatar : Pete

    Photo365 - 35 - Aerial abstract

    A long overdue overall of my TV aerial meant an old aerial was taken down and the house rewired to a new more powerful one. The signal on my TV is now wonderfully tuned...and the old aerial is ready for the skip. As it lays there I cannot help seeing...

    • Posted by : Pete
    •  4 Feb 2011 4:15PM
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