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Marcio Napoli’s travel and street photography is a magnificent example of how engaging and powerful real life images can be.

Just look at these photographs and notice that it seems like the photographer is peeking on his subjects. Check out his full portfolio for an overview of his inspiring work.

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Lost America is the name of Troy Paiva’s photographic project in which he has explored and captured the abandoned urban side of America by the light of full moon.

His lighting techniques are simply amazing and the atmosphere of his work makes me search for words! As I read in his site: In addition to countless contributory appearances in print and on the web, Troy’s surrealist night photography has been published in two monographs: "Lost America" in 2003 and the award winning "Night Vision" in 2008. Both books examine the evolution and eventual abandonment of the communities, structures and social iconography spawned during 20th century America's western expansion--and the modern Urban Exploration culture that finds strange comfort in dancing through its ruins.”

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A fresh look from a student in performing arts and a passion for photography. I particularly enjoy the playful lighting and cool effects of double exposure in this photo collection.




Bloom Recklessly is the name of the photographer’s shop, where you can browse through a wider selection of available prints.

 
 
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Capturing moments in the city of New York provides inspiration to Sion Fullana, a professional photographer, journalist and filmmaker. 

He is also a known artist in the iPhoneography movement as he uses to cellphone and experiments with various photo applications to capture the reality of the city environment and its people.