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Fotograafia / Photography

Fotograafia / Photography

Urmet @ 12.02.2007 19:27 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Kuidagi liigselt palju lahedaid fotograafe on keda ei saaks jätta ju näitamata

Üks minu lemmikuid Terry Richardson

http://www.terryrichardson.com/


Urmet @ 21.02.2007 12:14 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

http://www.alexandreorion.com/_orion.htm

Taavi @ 21.03.2007 23:08 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

http://www.outofrange.net/category/photographs/

päris hea fotokogu koos selgitustega

Promm @ 22.03.2007 14:46 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

:D


“One Vodka Too Many”

Taavi @ 14.05.2007 13:23 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

ka kalamees võib olla fotograaf
http://www.coreyfishes.com/

The Human Statue of Liberty

Urmet @ 20.11.2007 10:46 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003



Foto tegid USAs Iowa osariigis Camp Dodge-is 1918 aasta augustis Arthur Mole koos John D. Thomas-ega.

Foto tehti 80 jalga kõrgest tornist.
Et saada õiget perspektiivi pandi 12 000 meest tuhande kolmesaja jala kaugusele tornist tõrvikut ja selle leeki moodustama.
Lähemal oli vaja ainult 2000 meest et moodustada kuju keha ja pead.

Peatselt peale fotot saadeti need sõdurid Prantsusmaale Esimest Maailmasõda sõdima.

Üldse kasutati selle foto jaoks 18 000 sõduri abi.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Mole

http://www.artboy.info/P/mole.html

Taavi @ 02.12.2007 20:01 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/84

Taavi @ 09.01.2008 21:09 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

ühe vene pulma fotograafi (ja filmija) reklaam

http://ziza.ru/2007/08/10/posledstvija_svadby_video.html

Taavi @ 25.07.2008 00:04 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

http://www.pieterhugo.com/

Promm @ 30.01.2009 10:44 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

http://www.flickr.com/photos/16536699@N07/

Lõbusad portreed! Ilus! Õnn!

vilma @ 11.03.2009 00:28 | Registreerunud: 10.03.2009

Lisan oma lemmikud kaks fotograafi Diane Arbus ja tema tütar Amy Arbus.
Masters of portraits....:)

www.amyarbus.com

http://photography-now.net/listings/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=350&Itemid=334

Urmet @ 11.03.2009 10:30 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003


Ojaa krt naisel on ilgelt hea paueriga fotod.
Neid isegi ostaks omale seinale või vahiks raamatustki.
Peatselt siis hangin temast tehtud filmi ning eks siis temtpi kinokontor jagab seda kõigi huvilistegagi.

Ruslan Lobanov

Urmet @ 16.03.2009 16:55 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003


COUNTRY: ??????? (Ukraine)
EMAIL: arty_ruslan@yahoo.com
TEL: 8 050 7600472
WEB PAGE

FOTODOM


Promm @ 08.04.2009 17:42 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Promm @ 27.04.2009 22:18 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Autorit ei tea kahjuks.

"The future," Hitler once said to Jaeger, "belongs to color photography."

Taavi @ 08.06.2009 13:36 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Tänan Krissut väärt info eest :))))

Adolf Hitler: Up Close

Hitler's Extravagant Birthday Gifts
In the late '30s, very few photographers were using color. Hugo Jaeger was an early adopter and Hitler liked what he saw. "The future," Hitler once said to Jaeger, "belongs to color photography." (Pictured: A hand-worked castle inlaid with precious stones, given to Hitler for his 50th birthday, April 20, 1939.)

Robert ParkeHarrison: The Architect's Brother

Taavi @ 14.07.2009 11:41 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Päris kummalised kunstpildid Robert ParkeHarrison ilt.

Sergei Larenkov - Leningrad Siege: Now and Then

Taavi @ 12.09.2009 20:45 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Päris hea kompunn praegusest Peterburist ja Leningradi piiramisest.

Leningrad Siege: Now and Then
St. Petersburg: Now and Then 2

Perepildid

Taavi @ 04.11.2009 15:21 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Picturing climate change

Taavi @ 14.12.2009 16:11 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Ega neil piltidel miskit erilist ja uut ei ole, aga ilus vaadata ikka.

Vaata siit

Promm @ 17.12.2009 15:44 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Persetäis suvalisi toredaid pilte.

Nähtav lingi tekst siia...

Promm @ 17.02.2010 16:18 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Ma vahtisin World Press Photo 2010 võidutöid. Ou Zhihang Hiinast on minu arust päris hea seeria teinud. Senegali maadlejad on ka päris stiilsed.
Keskel ja tagapool on seal veel huvitavat kraami, esimene ots on ainult sõda ja veri.

Nick Cobbing/Greenpeace

Taavi @ 17.02.2010 18:27 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Need liustikupildid meeldivad mulle - selge vesi ja mastaap on võimas.

Nick Cobbing

by Sky News

Josef Schultz - übergang

Urmet @ 02.10.2010 13:51 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003


josefschulz.de

aga tseki ka ta teisi töid

2011 prix pictet

Taavi @ 23.02.2011 08:40 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

http://www.prixpictet.com

The Hell of Copper (L'Enfer du Cuivre)

Nyaba Leon Ouedraogo

Artist statement

The Hell of Copper
Over the past few years Ghana has become one of the principal countries to receive electrical waste materials coming from Europe and the United States. In “The Hell of Copper” I wanted to be as precise as possible, not showing my images for what they depict, but for what they transmit. These thousands of used computers have dramatic consequences for the environment and the health of the workers.

In Accra, the capital of Ghana, a true retail chain has been established around the “e-waste” traffic. It is an illegal, but tolerated business since it generates enormous amounts of money. Ghanians living in Europe and the United States collect used computers and send them by boat to the port of Tema, where wholesalers buy up the stock. The machines are then put on the road to Accra, where buyers purchase them and have them burned by children. The copper that is culled is then resold to Nigerians or Indians, who rework it mostly to make jewelry that is sold cheaply in Europe. In the world, there are various cemeteries for computers—Nigeria, Vietnam, India, China, the Philippines)—like the one at the Aglobloshie Market. According to the UN, up to 50 million tons of electrical and electronic waste are thrown away in the world every year. Thus, the garbage of the rich poisons the children of the poor.

Disastrous Work Conditions
The dump at the Aglobloshie Market spreads over 10 kilometers. From dawn to dusk, dozens of young Ghanians, from 10 to 25 years of age, exhaust themselves doing this, seven days a week. Their mission is to disassemble the old computers and burn certain plastic or rubber components to cull the precious copper, which will then be resold. Everything is done by hand or with iron bars, makeshift tools found among the refuse. They have neither masks nor gloves. There are not even any functioning toilets.

A Health and Environmental Catastrophe
The children of the Aglobloshie Market are exposed to substances and materials that are particularly harmful to their health, which Greenpeace analyzed in a report published in 2008:
-lead: found primarily in the cathode tubes and monitors, it can harm the nervous, reproductive, and circulatory systems
-mercury: found in flat screens, it can harm the nervous system and the brain, especially in young children
-cadmium: found in computer batteries, this toxic product is dangerous for the kidneys and the bones
-PVC: when burned, this plastic used to insulate electrical wires gives off carcinogenic chemical substances that can cause respiratory, cardiovascular and dermatological problems.
Toxic substances that are given off during burning also contaminate the water and the ground of the dump, which cows and sheep used for pasture amidst the carcasses of computers. The planet and its citizens live through electronics. Now people must understand the injustices and the sad environmental and human consequences of our global electronic economy.