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Tatsumi Hijikata photographed by Eikoh Hosoe “ In 1969 Hosoe and Hijikata visited a small farming village in Tohoku, Northern Japan. Drawing in the villagers as performers and using the rural.

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Dream The End is an online oasis for art and inspiration, featuring works from artists all over the world. Dream The End showcases fresh and cool ideas in music, art, video, and poetry.

Eikoh Hosoe

Eikoh Hosoe Kamaitachi 1968 From Eikoh Hosoe - Aperture Masters of Photography

يأتي على الناس زمان تكون العافية فيه عشرة أجزاء ، تسعة منها في اعتزال الناس ، وواحدة في الصمت ...  #الإمام_علي

“A little knowledge that acts, is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle”. – Khalil Gibran Love the natural light

Bruno Barbey - "Most of the time I take photographs to document for posterity, traditions and cultures rapidly vanishing as a result of changing consumer attitudes.”

All About Bruno Barbey, photographer on All About Photo. Search our database of over hundreds of photographers by their name or specialty.

An early Bill Henson piece. Love the velvety darkness which drove me wild when I was a photography student.

Bill Henson Mnemosyne First Edition Scalo OOP CONDITION NEW NEVER OPENED

An early Bill Henson piece. Love the velvety darkness which drove me wild when I was a photography student.

Eikoh Hosoe, Kamaitachi #36, 1968

Photographed by Eikoh Hosoe - I really like how you cant see what is completely going on with the subject, i also really like a there is not much detail in the background and its kept really dark

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Yutaka Takanashi Ohne Titel (Toshi-e) 1969 Gelatin silver print © Takanashi Yutaka/Taka Ishii Gallery)

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Macro Photography is a photographic field is to shoot small things in large scale. There are various ways for taking Macro, common techniques are listed here.

Macro Photography : Tips and Tricks for DSLR

Macro Photography is a photographic field is to shoot small things in large scale. There are various ways for taking Macro, common techniques are listed here. * See this great writeup.

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