Dylan Furst: Photographer, Traveller, Explorer

Dylan Furst: Photographer, Traveller, Explorer

Dylan Furst is a self-described outdoor adventure and lifestyle photographer. Based in Bellingham, Washington USA, my backyard here in the Pacific Northwest has heavily influenced my style as a photographer. Specializing in everything from outdoor adventures to weddings, I have been enjoying every minute of my journey.  ~Dylan Furst Check Dylan Furst’s account on Instagram and his website. Starting with this post we want to introduce you some great accounts on Instagram you maybe don’t know yet….

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With Love for Animals – from Vincent Lagrange

With Love for Animals – from Vincent Lagrange

Inspired by his love for animals in general and his cat Dwiezel in particular, young Belgian photographer Vincent Lagrange is currently working on an ongoing project called The Human Animal Project, where he photographs both domestic pets and wild animals in a very refined and serious manner. ‘‘Today most people photograph just people’’, says Lagrange, ‘‘but only a few photograph animals… I tried to photograph the animals as humans, depicting their emotion and human-like characteristics in a sombre…

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Incredible Smithsonian Photo Contest Finalists

Incredible Smithsonian Photo Contest Finalists

The Smithsonian Photo Contest, the renowned American photo contest, has unveiled the finalists of its 2016 edition with a selection of 70 photographs from all over the world. Some beautiful images spread across 7 categories: The American Experience, Natural World, Travel, Sustainable Travel, People, Altered Images and Mobile. While waiting for the results on March 27, we propose you a selection of some favorite photos! We are excited to announce the finalists of the 14th…

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Photographer Builds a ‘Photo Ark’ for 6,500 Animal Species And Counting

Photographer Builds a ‘Photo Ark’ for 6,500 Animal Species And Counting

National Geographic contributing photographer Joel Sartore is 11 years into a 25-year endeavor to document every captive animal species in the world using studio lighting and black-and-white backgrounds. So far, he’s photographed 6,500 different species, which leaves approximately 6,000 to go. Sartore tells Fresh Air‘s Terry Gross that presenting the animals in the studio, rather than in nature, gives them equal importance in the eye of the viewer. “A mouse is every bit as glorious…

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