Posts Tagged: photography

(Español) LA FOTO DE LA SEMANA 06/02/2017 − 12/02/2017 | PHOTO OF THE WEEK 06/02/2017 – 12/02/2017

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(Español) Irista y Blipoint se unen para regalarte espacio en la nube

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(Español) Presentación de Lumiere Magazine de Colombia

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(Español) irista de Canon: donde conviven todas las imágenes

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Photo Doors and Windows

Photo Doors and Windows: Doors and windows have always played a key role in human life. A window can represent a vision of a new beginning, a new dawn. A door can be an entry or an exit, which could be an end, a beginning or even a new opportunity. From an architectural point of view, they encapsulate infinite beauty and human ingenuity. Participate in this new contest with your best photos of doors and windows.

Date of participation: 10/1/2017 – 3/3/2017

Voting process: 3/3/2017 – 13/3/2017

Contest closed: 13/3/2017

Participation: Photo Doors and Windows

Prize:

• First: 50 gigabytes of cloud space from Irista the Canon platform https://www.irista.com/
• Second:
A quota of 200 € to print on the main printing platform Saal Digital https://www.saal-digital.es/
• Third:
From Robisa distributors in Spain and Portugal of the main brands of the photographic sector, https://www.robisa.es:
· Cotton Carrier Stand Action Camera with Strapsot
· A case for Peli CF memory cards.
· Green Clean, Traveler kit SC4100
• Fourth:
One year as a premium user, enjoying all the advantages. https://blipoint.es/premiumInfo

(Español) PhotoCotidiana

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Hungarian Photography

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Bruce Conner It’s All True

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The Shape of Things

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Japanese Photography from Postwar to Now

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