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Today's Pick 
Start with an amazingly colorful night shot, then hit the "random" link and you might end up seeing red with an oddly placed door that makes for an interesting shot. Big photos. Andrei apparently launched the photoblog just this month and the vu is beautiful from here...;~))

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A short stopmotion video done when Daniel was 20 looks at "two completely different things that have analogical behaviors." It's surprising what those two things are and in the end, I was able to understand his perceived connection between them. Unusual insight. Pixels. Textured color. Short film. Exquisito...

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They call themselves Mc and R and say they "recently discovered their passion for Lomography with the beatiful simplicity of Holga 120." Just this week, they got back to showcasing their lomography experiments with a brand new version of the site, sharing some interesting results indeed...  [Newstoday® PBS]

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An "all but forgotten art," the photogravure printmaking process originated back in the 19th century, used to produce some of the first photographs ever made. Known for its "unique tonal range" and "rich depth and texture," the process became an "effective tool" of the Pictorialists, playing an integral role in the "evolution of fine art photography." There's still some active practitioners of the art of the photogravure around the world and today's pick certainly lives up to its claim of being a comprehensive resource on the topic... 

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I know, it's the third photography site in a row, but Angelika Klauser is so gifted when it comes to architectural and portrait photography (in my opinion) that I just couldn't resist! Hopefully you'll feel it too...

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"With The Binary Series, my goal is to explore my ability to communicate aesthetically through color, shape, and form, while at the same time incorporate messages that are inherently mine, which the viewer may or may not notice." While photographer Zach Vitale realizes how important effective communication can be in life and relationships, he finds it challenging, saying the images "might serve as metaphors for the complexity of our daily conversations." There's 2 other sections of great photos besides the ongoing Binary Series, including some of my favorite photo subjects, like tasty walls, doorways, and decay...

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Many of Stephen's photos feature frogs, snakes, and turtles, but the cute critters (cute to me, anyway) are just one element of the unusual subject matter in any given shot. Spectacles, old keys, and feathers are among the other objects you'll also find in Stephen's incredible photo compositions. Definitely filed under cool creativity... 

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