55 φωτογραφίες κάτι παραπάνω από απλές

6 Ιουνίου, 2015 6:55 ΜΜ
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Η φωτογραφία, πέρα από την τεχνολογική της διάσταση, αναγνωρίζεται ως ένα από τα ευρύτερα διαδεδομένα μέσα επικοινωνίας του 20ου αιώνα καθώς και ως μία μορφή τέχνης συγγενική με τη ζωγραφική.

Mια φωτογραφία μπορεί να είναι απλή αλλά μπορεί να κρύβει και πολλά άλλα θέματα και να προβάλει με το δικό της τρόπο ένα μήνυμα που θέλει να βγάλει προς τα έξω ο φωτογράφος.

Οι παράγοντες που κάνουν μια φωτογραφία μοναδική είναι πολλοί, ο σωστός συνδυασμός των παραγόντων αυτών θα την κάνουν μοναδική και ξεχωριστή.

Στην φωτογραφική συλλογή που ακολουθεί θα δούμε 55 φωτογραφίες που σίγουρα είναι κάτι παραπάνω από απλές και μεταφέρουν το δικό τους μήνυμα.

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WARNING: ***NOTE: This image is currently for Northern Territory News use ONLY, please contact NT News Picture Editor Brad Fleet for enquiries: fleetb@ntnews.com.au +61 8 8944 9758 ***... GENERAL: Monster Croc taken on the Adelaide river Jumping croc cruise 6/7/11. Call croc cruise people on 8983 3224 or 0427 180 316.

WARNING: ***NOTE: This image is currently for Northern Territory News use ONLY, please contact NT News Picture Editor Brad Fleet for enquiries:
[email protected]
+61 8 8944 9758
***… GENERAL: Monster Croc taken on the Adelaide river Jumping croc cruise 6/7/11. Call croc cruise people on 8983 3224 or 0427 180 316.

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A small puppy wondered up to U.S. Marines from Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 6th Marines, in Marjah, Afghanistan on *****. After following the Marines numorous miles, a soft hearted Marine picked the puppy up and carried the puppy in his drop pouch. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl Charles T. Mabry II)

A small puppy wondered up to U.S. Marines from Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 6th Marines, in Marjah, Afghanistan on *****. After following the Marines numorous miles, a soft hearted Marine picked the puppy up and carried the puppy in his drop pouch. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl Charles T. Mabry II)

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An adult Southern Right Whale, (Eubalaena australis) encounters a diver on the sandy sea bottom at a depth of 22-meters off the Auckland Islands, New Zealand (sub Antarctic islands). I traveled to the Auckland Islands in hopes of photographing a truly pristine population of Right Whales. I was working on a story about these animals and had spent the previous year photographing the beleagured North Atlantic Right Whales of which only about 350 remain and most of which are scarred from entanglements with fishing gear or from ship strikes. Many of these Southern Rights in the Auckland Islands had never seen humans before in the water and were highly curious. Swimming along the ocean bottom with a 14-meter long, 70-ton whale was the single most incredible animal encounter I have had.

An adult Southern Right Whale, (Eubalaena australis) encounters a diver on the sandy sea bottom at a depth of 22-meters off the Auckland Islands, New Zealand (sub Antarctic islands). I traveled to the Auckland Islands in hopes of photographing a truly pristine population of Right Whales. I was working on a story about these animals and had spent the previous year photographing the beleagured North Atlantic Right Whales of which only about 350 remain and most of which are scarred from entanglements with fishing gear or from ship strikes. Many of these Southern Rights in the Auckland Islands had never seen humans before in the water and were highly curious. Swimming along the ocean bottom with a 14-meter long,
70-ton whale was the single most incredible animal encounter I have had.

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Austrian extreme sportsman Felix Baumgartner prepares to BASE jump from the giant Christ Redentor statue in Rio de Janeiro in this picture taken December 5, 1999. On December 5, 2004, exactly five years after Baumgartner's jump from the Christ statue, he jumped out of a helicopter above Copacabana beach. Baumgartner jumped from the helicopter at an altitude of 1000 metres and opened the parachute 50 metres from the ground. "It was the lowest parachute opening in my career", Baumgartner explained. Picture taken December 5, 1999. NO ARCHIVES NO SALES REUTERS/Wolfgang Luif/Handout

Austrian extreme sportsman Felix Baumgartner prepares to BASE jump from the giant Christ Redentor statue in Rio de Janeiro in this picture taken December 5, 1999. On December 5, 2004, exactly five years after Baumgartner’s jump from the Christ statue, he jumped out of a helicopter above Copacabana beach. Baumgartner jumped from the helicopter at an altitude of 1000 metres and opened the parachute 50 metres from the ground. “It was the lowest parachute opening in my career”, Baumgartner explained. Picture taken December 5, 1999. NO ARCHIVES NO SALES REUTERS/Wolfgang Luif/Handout

 

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