Archive for the ‘Fotografia’ Category
My friend André Matos did a great, great job again!
Watch this… so beautiful!
“All my lovers were there with me
All my past and futures”
Original Videoclip and Soundtrack: youtube.com/watch?v=3M_Gg1xAHE4
( if you’re reading this, please check the original video clip before watching my version)
A Cover from Wolf Gang: wolf-gang.co.uk/
Special thanks to Radiohead, Wolf Gang and Shynola for such inspiration.
This videoclip it’s dedicated to Henrique
And behind the scenes.
Think Getty’s Canon DSLR arsenal at the Rio 2016 Olympics is impressive? Check out Canon’s official stockpile.
Canon has shared with PetaPixel that the company has brought over 1,500 lenses and over 950 DSLR bodies to the Olympic Games this year.
The Canon Professional Services (CPS) Depot at the games is a room filled from floor to ceiling with the Canon cameras, lenses, and accessories.
Photograph by Will Strathmann, National Geographic Your Shot
Bioluminescent phytoplankton surround swimmers in circles of brilliant blue light. Your Shot member Will Strathmann captured this image while in Krabi, Thailand. “[I] heard that the bioluminescence [was] beginning to peak under the new moon … While this photo doesn’t come close to the actual experience, I am proud I was able to capture and share this magical moment.”
Photograph by Achintya Guchhait, National Geographic Your Shot
Your Shot community member Achintya Guchhait captured this photo of brave “travelers and locals taking shelter under a huge rock [that’s been] stuck for ages in Mahabalipuram, India.” The rock, perched in a gravity-defying position on the edge of a hill, is nicknamed Krishna’s Butter Ball. Scientists believe it was likely placed by ancient glacial activity; however, legend has it that Lord Krishna, a fan of butter, dropped it where it sits.
Photograph by Lorraine Yip, National Geographic Your Shot
Your Shot member Lorraine Yip offers a glimpse of historic Camagüey, Cuba, from the inside of a 1950s Chevrolet Bel Air. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the city, settled in its current location in 1528, was one of the first Spanish settlements to be founded in Cuba.
Yip’s shot was recently featured in the Daily Dozen.