Your Best Shot Gallery: March 2014

April 09, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Starstruck
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Starstruck

By Jeff Sullivan

The Prey in View
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The Prey in View

By Robert Sommer

A small chameleon which we found in South Africa.

Star Water
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Star Water

By Michael Stein

Stairway Too...
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Stairway Too...

By Richard Bianchir

The Screen
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The Screen

By Julie Grace Immink

My husband in our home, lit by the computer screen.

Portrait
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Portrait

By Ivan Galic

Photo shot in basement of Diocletian's palace in Split, Croatia
 

Coffee Time
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Coffee Time

By Edwin Forsuelo

This photo was taken in a mall in Madaluyong ,Manila.

Cloudscraper
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Cloudscraper

By Bob Larson

Shot straight up with the camera resting on the mesh at the Yavapai College Library in Prescott Valley Arizona.

Dawn at the storm cloud
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Dawn at the storm cloud

By lev Vortman

While flying over storm cloud

  • Camera: nikon d 700

 

Fried Chicken
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Fried Chicken

By Jay Wilson

The iconic Gus's Fried Chicken sign at twilight in Austin, TX

Valley View Sunrise - Yosemite
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Valley View Sunrise - Yosemite

By Michael Girod

This is a blend of 3 exposures using layer masks in Photoshop. The beautiful colors in the sky didn't last long, only about 5 minutes, and then fog started to move in, some of which can be seen to the right.

Back To Nature
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Back To Nature

By Brian Lin

In camera multiple exposure. An application of a tutorial from the current issue of the magazine. The grass is like the hair, and the flowers like the hairbands. Together they give the subject a new look.

Park
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Park

By Kevin Bentley

Downtown Detroit on the day before opening day of Baseball. Great light and the city is active again after a long winter.

Preparing for Tourists
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Preparing for Tourists

By Scott Clowney

A vendor replenishes her stock of goods for tourists who trek the 15th Street corridor between the White House and National Mall.

Flow
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Flow

By Christopher Johnson

I came to revisit this location when I noticed all the low lying clouds forming on my drive back from work. I wanted to try out a new wide angle lens I just purchased and thought this location would be perfect. Not sure if the sun was going to die behind the ring of atmosphere on the horizon I was pleasantly surprised. This is a really cool location that was brought to my attention by a friend of mine a few weeks earlier.

You can't get away from yourself by moving from one place to another.
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You can't get away from yourself by moving from one place to another.

By Brian Johnson

I like trying new things and being creative. I was shooting in a graveyard and the though why not have Amber jump. I had her do it a few time to make it look like she was floating. I was working hard to make sure the background fit. I moved around a little till I got her in the spot that I thought was best which was in between the two trees. She really likes this image,

Monorail
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Monorail

By John Matzick

Seattle Center typifies the mix of old and new and is one of the main reasons I enjoy Seattles architecture

Untitled
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Untitled

By Dany Peschl

From To the Mountains series

Sound Painting
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Sound Painting

By Muhammad al-Qatam

High speed photography really opens a world you do not even imagine. This is my take in sound sculpture photography. I used water based paint, diluted with water to the right viscosity. Then using my dad's old speakers and with the help of my brother, took so many shots, using different colour combinations

adoration
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adoration

By Chee Keong Lim

A monk doing his prayer at cambodia

Sacramento Tornado March 2014
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Sacramento Tornado March 2014

By Joe Inabinett

My wife and I chased this tornado around town until we found a parking lot to sit in an watch from a distance. Fortunately it didn't touch down until after going right over top of us! This giant funnel came within 25-30 feet of the ground!

Dawn
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Dawn

By Declan Molloy

Start of an Icelandic road trip, sun just about to peer over the horizon.

Individuality
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Individuality

By DIggie Vitt

This is a photo that was taken in Redding california. I wanted to portray a photo that shows someone leaving the "norm." Be yourself.

Madison Avenue Taxi
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Madison Avenue Taxi

By Matthew Kirschner

Shot from behind a taxi waiting at a red light on Madison Avenue, which creates great reflections. Shot on Kodak Porta 160 film.

Rural Contrast
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Rural Contrast

By Jack Cohen

The midday sun beats down on a farmer's truck as it rolls along the English countryside.

  • Camera: Nikon D300s

 

The Edge of Darkness
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The Edge of Darkness

By Craig Peters

The simple things in life, like light and darkness really come together to create a stunning photo that creates almost a creeping edge of darkness where the light ends.

Arden
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Arden

By autumn chapman

Arden relaxing in a hammock.

Mother Ganga
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Mother Ganga

By Mariana Silva

"Mother Ganga, daughter of the Vedas, river of illumination, protector of us all, breaker of the chain of birth and rebirth. Everywhere this river flows, that area is the darkness" Aravind Adiga

Horseshoe Crab Sunset
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Horseshoe Crab Sunset

By Justin Nixon

After weeks of dull gray skies the potential for a colorful sunset was growing, with altostratus clouds gathering in the west. It was a last minute decision to hop in the jeep and drive out on the beach and capture the sunset that grew more colorful by the minute. After rushing to the edge of Gordon's Pond, a lone horseshoe crab shell made for an interesting foreground. I used a Singh-Ray 3-stop Reverse GND filter and a LEE filter holder to get match the exposure from foreground to sunset sky.

Surfers at sunset
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Surfers at sunset

By Wes Eisenhauer

3 surfers walk home on the beach after an evening session on the waves.

Tux Built For Performance
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Tux Built For Performance

By Bobby Ramirez

Rockin the green socks in honor of St Patty's day and testing the limitations of the new tux.

  • Camera: 5d MK2

 

Fox Glance
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Fox Glance

By Sam Morris

This moment came as the light broke through the clouds and trees, he turned with a glance of curiosity and gave me the unusual composition I was after. A scene I'll never be lucky enough to see again in my life -which is what I love the most about photography. Thetford Forest, England

Sunset on the Chesapeake Bay
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Sunset on the Chesapeake Bay

By Jeremy Nelson

I've always had a love of water. Growing up on Lake Erie in Northeast Ohio, I was born with water in my blood. For the past 6 years I lived near Harpers Ferry, WV where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers combined. Recently, I moved to Maryland's Easter Shore, along the Chesapeake Bay. My first photo outing in my new town led me to the banks of the Chesapeake Bay at Thomas Point in Annapolis, MD. I new I had to capture the beauty of my new surroundings.

Beak Fencing
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Beak Fencing

By EILEEN FONFERKO

Great blue heron parent and offspring having a discussion.

Blue Hour Pier
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Blue Hour Pier

By Ca'Mareo Waller

I've always wanted to capture a shot during the blue hour following a sunset. The opportunity arose during a recent trip to Texas. I happened to be in the right place at the right time so I jumped at the opportunity. Being able to capture some of the clouds and different hues was just icing on the cake.

Joy jump at Tajmahal
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Joy jump at Tajmahal

By Vasanthan Muneeswaran

A young man was jumping in joy...

Overgrown
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Overgrown

By Raymond Bellamy

Found in the older part of Huntersville, NC.

  • Camera: Nikon D5000

 

Follow the long dirt path
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Follow the long dirt path

By Diego Ledezma

I was taking a hike throughout the Marin headlands (exactly on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge) a few weeks ago to seek some inspiration for a photography project when I noticed this symmetrical composition. We were lucky enough to be blessed with rainy weather in the San Francisco Bay Area for a few weeks, and I felt that I really should take care of it before the clouds burned away.

Fallen Angel
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Fallen Angel

By Emily Dozois

A self portrait by eighteen year old Emily Dozois created to express the feeling of failure or being a disappointment to others. The flower petals symbolize a loss of hope, but her red hair shows that she still has some remaining.

Naked Body Painting Party
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Naked Body Painting Party

By CS Muncy

NEW YORK, NY - A participant in the annual "Naked Body Painting Party" poses for a "safe for work" portrait. Photo by CS Muncy

Pillaging the Bowl - (no photoshop)-
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Pillaging the Bowl - (no photoshop)-

By Brandon Edwards

(already submitted once,I wanted to give better context)I used two speed lights. One with an umbrella on an arm hanging over the edge of the bowl for a rim, another with a red gel to even out the shadows and create atmosphere. I didn't use a back light because I felt the natural light in the scene separated the subject from the background, also causing a shadow to come towards the camera on his left side.

Light from Heaven
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Light from Heaven

By Khant Zaw

Two young novices praying Ancient Buddha image in one of the temple in Bagan.

Day on the Lake
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Day on the Lake

By Gabe Wise

This is a screen grab out of a time-lapse I shot. The reflection of the sky in the water adds greatly to the image. Compositionally speaking, the clouds act as diagonals to bring the viewer into a very sharp and defined boat.

Under the Umbrella
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Under the Umbrella

By Darrell Sano

The spare rain needed in San Francisco was welcome to all, to temper the drought, while finally providing cloudy, expressive skies. I took this shot while walking under my umbrella on Market Street, San Francisco. Rain, finally.

  • Camera: Fujifilm X100
  • Focal Length: 23mm (35mm eq.)

 

Don't Look Down
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Don't Look Down

By Nicolas Fitzgerald

Shot in Ha Ha Tonka State Park. This was taken over the spillway at a natural spring in the park.

 

In the river
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In the river

By Annik Dhooghe

Flowing water

Awakening
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Awakening

By Mihail Kopychko

Spring forest.

Spring Light
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Spring Light

By Michelle Roller

Model- Malia Barnes Hair and makeup- Alicia Hathaway

magic photographer
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magic photographer

By ionut andrei serban

I first visited the Sahara Desert and Marok. Here I discovered a new world with different values ​​and a beautiful story ..... I tried to take with me a part of this world and play all these emotions through camera

Tree on the Gardiner River
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Tree on the Gardiner River

By Pauline Murrill

I have taken many photos of this tree. The conditions were so perfect this time, The temperature and the light to accent the beauty of the fallen tree and the river. It was about 15 degees out and the sun was just right to capture the steam rising from the warmer river and accenting the tree. I see this tree every morning on my way to work.

Wedding Band
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Wedding Band

By Cristina Fotieo

A countryside wedding band processional marches to the bride's home against a backdrop of firework smoke.

  • Camera: Canon Rebel xTi

 

Kitchen Window
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Kitchen Window

By Michael Barrow

Quotidian.

Milky way
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Milky way

By Manish Mamtani

Milky way rising over Arches National Park

Doilie
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Doilie

By laura bello

Model: Paige Carson

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