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bedtimebreakfast:

 ITS BEEN TOO LONG

hey tumblr friends and fellow photographers i have made a crowd funding page in the hopes to get a new camera

i ask that if any of you liked my work and can find it in your heart to help me out i will be forever grateful to you

as a lot of you know photography is the one thing that saved my life and gave it a meaning which is why i am not to proud to ask for help from people i respect 

please give what you can and reblog this and you will always have a friend in me 

and if you do contribute please let me know so i can personally thank you - betimebreakfast 

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clearcutphoto:

Entre chien et loup (crépuscule)

July 2014. Olympus mju-II with Kodak portra 800.

©2014, Raphaël Lucas. All Rights Reserved.

Captures of light, life, love, striking for their simplicity. Love the natural light, and how the light itself becomes a metaphor for the captured moment as well as for life and transition. The rich, sharp, yet slightly muted colors are perfect reminders of life in a scene that could easily be presented as maudlin. Including the outdoors in several shots, especially the first and last, was a brilliant move by clearcutphoto, since bringing what is beyond the closed room inside generates all sorts of considerations about life lived, life beyond.
Memories.
Journeys.

Yet, there is life here.

These six photos tell a life story intelligently and sensitively, and therefore with the utmost respect. 

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clokaroundtherock:


«La peinture est une poésie qu’on voit au lieu de l’entendre, la poésie une peinture qu’on entend au lieu de la voir.» Leonardo Da Vinci.
“Painting is a poetry which we see instead of hearing it, poetry a painting which we hear instead of seeing it.”

Paris, le Louvre, “street” portrait of a candid, March 2013.
clok_moitie on Flickr and on Twitter

Grace. Sophistication. This photo could be in a high quality fashion magazine: pretty young woman in a beautiful location, the perfect splash of bright, yet refined color of her perfectly tailored jacket. However, it is more. This is an intimate celebration of European high culture and art; it is art surrounded by art captured as art. I love how the young woman’s intelligent gracefulness faintly reverberates in the background, in the barely recognizable shape of the Winged Victory. The two women seem regally isolated in the crowd, yet the younger, modern figure is obviously aware of, and in tune with, the older, classic goddess, as evidenced by clokaroundtherock's capture of the younger woman turning her perfectly garbed body to face her historic equal. The connection between the two women, across rooms full of people, rooms full of art, across millennia, is made tangible in this gorgeous capture.

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clokaroundtherock:

«La peinture est une poésie qu’on voit au lieu de l’entendre, la poésie une peinture qu’on entend au lieu de la voir.» Leonardo Da Vinci.

“Painting is a poetry which we see instead of hearing it, poetry a painting which we hear instead of seeing it.”

Paris, le Louvre, “street” portrait of a candid, March 2013.

clok_moitie on Flickr and on Twitter

Grace. Sophistication. This photo could be in a high quality fashion magazine: pretty young woman in a beautiful location, the perfect splash of bright, yet refined color of her perfectly tailored jacket. However, it is more. This is an intimate celebration of European high culture and art; it is art surrounded by art captured as art. I love how the young woman’s intelligent gracefulness faintly reverberates in the background, in the barely recognizable shape of the Winged Victory. The two women seem regally isolated in the crowd, yet the younger, modern figure is obviously aware of, and in tune with, the older, classic goddess, as evidenced by clokaroundtherock's capture of the younger woman turning her perfectly garbed body to face her historic equal. The connection between the two women, across rooms full of people, rooms full of art, across millennia, is made tangible in this gorgeous capture.

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leonardadams:

"Holly…Wholly"

A simple, classic image that beautifully plays with complementary colors, specifically blue/orange, with some green/red as well; the colors are vivid but never overpowering, joyful but never loud. Also, the repetition of circular shapes and curved lines throughout keep the eyes dancing around, taking in all the little details. 

y-this-tumbld-photo:

leonardadams:

"Holly…Wholly"

A simple, classic image that beautifully plays with complementary colors, specifically blue/orange, with some green/red as well; the colors are vivid but never overpowering, joyful but never loud. Also, the repetition of circular shapes and curved lines throughout keep the eyes dancing around, taking in all the little details.