Street photography by Bastian Staude

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Bastian Staude has had a camera in his hand for the most part of his life, and has tried his hand at every genre possible. Having travelled the world, he aims to document the people, their expressions and reactions, their lives, and their cultures. He is drawn to beautiful light, interesting geometry, intriguing subject and text combination and the aesthetics of urban life.

Smokey Mountain by Chris Rusanowsky

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Camera
Canon EOS-1D
Focal Length
135mm
Aperture
f/5.6
Exposure
1/1250s
ISO
200

These photographs by Chris Rusanowsky display the conditions and human rights violations of the people living in Tondo, Manila, Philippines. Upon my arrival to Manila, Philippines I felt an overwhelming feeling of this growing city. From the first step onto the streets, to the time of making my return home I had witnessed beautiful people living in poverty. My project starts at a city dump site, a place the locals call “Smokey Mountain”.

Right place at the right time by Nils-Erik Larson

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Nils-Erik Larson is a Swedish street photographer, he shoots primarily in black and white and has a wonderful knack for being in the right place at the right time. See much more of his work over on DeviantART.

Portrait Photography by Patricia Dries

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Beautiful female portraits by Patricia Dries, talented people photographer from Wiesbaden, Germany who studied geology in University of Mainz, capital of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany.

Children and Their Toys by Gabriele Galimberti

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Gabriele Galimberti photographed children from all around the globe with their favorite toys. Please visit the site of the photographer to see more of this fantastic series.

Minimalist Landscapes by Pierre Pellegrini

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Camera
P20+
Exposure
1s
ISO
100
Camera
P20+
Exposure
1s
ISO
100

Swiss photographer Pierre Pellegrini shoots some stunning minimalist long-exposure photographs of landscapes.

iPhoneography by mutablend

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How many times have you heard, “It’s not what you have but how you use it”? Well, mysterious Japanese iPhoneographer Mutablend is proof that a camera is only as good as the person behind it. Enjoy these amazing photographs, shot and edited on an iPhone.