Iron Man

by: © André Farinha
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Iron Man

Iron Man this photo was taken in a circular water tunnel. to create this great effect I put a friend of mine in front of my camera and than I started to spinning steel wool rbehind him. when I saw the photo in my camera with the great posture and the hot color of the steel wool the title "Iron Man" came at the speed of light to my head. I really like it =) hope you enjoy =) best regards to all ...

Men with hats

Men with hats taken at the Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris ...

..la delicatezza...

..la delicatezza... myflowersvisions ...

x-ray café 2

x-ray café 2 another shot at my favorite place, another semi-abstract of human body language. shot taken through the matte glass of café, Tate Modern, London, UK not sure about soundtrack to this... something from David Lynch Twin Peaks? ...

Holi-The festival of Colors

Holi-The festival of Colors This is a scene from the world famous event which is an annual event in INDIA and that's called Holi. As Holi is purely a festival of colors. But this photo i visualized in B&W as i wanted everyone should get a chance to fill the color as per there own imagination. ...

Self

Self ...

Misty Dawn

Misty Dawn Taken at Lake Harmon in the Florida Everglades. ...

Falling

Falling Aiguille du Midi, Mont Blanc Massif ...

Augusto De Luca / polaroid sx 70 / 7

Augusto De Luca / polaroid sx 70 / 7 Augusto De Luca / polaroid sx 70 / 7 ...

hallo world 3

hallo world 3 from here to there ;) ...

inner dispute

inner dispute when I started doing photography five years ago I imposed to myself a few rules to follow. Among those rules I chose to remain on a "straight" photographic path and avoid as much as possible any strong digital manipulation of my work even if, more than often, the results were not as good as they could have been. I have nothing against digital manipulation, it is just that having a limited amount of time to devote to photography I chose to spend that time trying to improve my composition skills "on the field" and not to mastering something like Photoshop. In this case I succumbed to temptation and I have broken the rules for pure FUN. I have flipped the half left image and stitched it to the other half. So simple, so effective - Fabio ...