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A dancer.I took the pictures in Athens Erotica show 2010.
More pictures from this show at
Photograph © Stathis Panagiotopoulos
Captured Thu May 20, '10 09:25AM
Posted Fri Jul 29, '11 12:26AM
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a spur of the moment shot on a hike we did recently..
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Sun Jul 24, '11 02:42AM
Posted Tue Jul 26, '11 02:58AM
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As we were touring the ruins near Ankor Wat in Cambodia, I came upon this young girl just leaning sadly against the wall.  This was one of the times I wished I had actually known the local language to be able to talk with her.  We all have faces we shoot that stay in our minds longer than others...she was and still is one of those faces to me.
Cambodia Girl
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Wed Feb 21, '07 05:26AM
Posted Sun Jul 24, '11 02:38AM
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North of Guilin, China is the area called the Dragons Backbone which entails beautiful mountanous terrain with the famous terraced rice fields.  We stopped at one of the villages, Dazhai, to have lunch and this young, attractive lady provided us the service.  It was pretty darn close to Shangri La that day with perfect weather, wonderful and friendly people, great food in a truly remarkable location.
Dazhai girl providing lunch
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Mon Sep 27, '10 10:55AM
Posted Wed Jul 20, '11 10:04AM
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This little guy saw someone/thing that caught his eye and was trying to attract there attention
Something caught my eye
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sat Jul 09, '11 02:09PM
Posted Sat Jul 16, '11 12:40AM
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Upon a visit to northern Thailand, we visited the Karen tribe of which they are noted for the elongated neck.  This is believed to be jewelry and not for any other significant tribal reasons.  These collars around the neck can weigh as much as 18 lbs and lowers the collar bone, but it has been proven that upon permenant removal, woman can lead a normal life.  It really does not lengthen the neck, but provides the appearance.   It takes 1 hour to put on and 3 hours to take off.
Long Neck Girl from Northern Thailand
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Wed Feb 14, '07 06:18AM
Posted Wed Jul 13, '11 09:30AM
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Enjoying the comfort's of the dead sea
Floating in the Dead Sea
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Fri Sep 08, '06 04:30PM
Posted Mon Jul 04, '11 10:15AM
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My wife and I traveled back in time and she sat with Stalin and Lenin in the Red Square as we were visiting Moscow recently.  They were quite the couple and the face my wife made?  She mostly said it was because Lenin was drunk!
The Russians!
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Fri May 22, '09 06:24PM
Posted Sun Jul 03, '11 07:15AM
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This was perhaps the most difficult image I have ever performed PP edits on.  My wife and I visited a small music university in Penza, Russia, and this young man performed just for us on his Balalaika.  He was very talented and apparently a day after this he was accepted into the Moscow School of Music, a very large honor.  After about a week after we returned home and I started editing the images, my wife came to me and said that they discovered that was had been found dead by hanging outside Penza in the woods.  They still do not know what happened....a very, very sad tale and this image brings me such profound memories.
A Precious Life
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Mon May 18, '09 01:31PM
Posted Fri Jul 01, '11 08:52AM
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I know this isn't a travel image.. not by any stretch... but I just wanted to give a shout out for Bob Miller, one of our esteemed moderators, who has given me guidance and advice above and beyond the call of duty. I had the opportunity to shoot all of the PR shots for the company I was working for and he was a huge help for me to choose a lighting setup and everything else I needed to know to set up a studio. Thanks so much Bob! You are a shining example of the kind of wonderful folks you will meet here on TPN!
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Wed Jun 29, '11 02:15AM
Posted Wed Jun 29, '11 02:15AM
Views 812 / Comments 6
I am doing a shoot for the local Ballet school's performance. I go along to the rehersal's to see what they are doing and of course to photograph.
These kids were waiting for there dance.
Waiting and Watching
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Fri May 27, '11 02:19PM
Posted Mon Jun 27, '11 12:49PM
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One of the mornings in Yangshao, China, we spent hiking around the area and I caught this farmer hauling is harvest.
Working the Fields, Yangshao, China
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sat Oct 02, '10 05:56AM
Posted Mon Jun 27, '11 08:09AM
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this fish vendor was particulary vocal and insistant that we buy her fish, shot in Mozambique..
selling fish
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Sat Jun 18, '11 06:54AM
Posted Sun Jun 26, '11 02:15AM
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 I'd like any comments on the comparison between this and the sepia shot I posted earlier
Water babies in colour,
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Thu Jun 16, '11 09:06AM
Posted Sun Jun 26, '11 02:15AM
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Mehndi done by friend at her baby-shower ceremony. Mumbai, India.
Photograph © Namrata Sen
Captured Sun May 11, '08 12:11PM
Posted Sat Jun 25, '11 02:41PM
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I spent a day walking around Lusaka, Zambia, before heading out to the bush for wildlife photography.   I had a few wonderful boys follow us around and had alot of fun with them.  All I did to this image was apply a Silver Efx Pro Push Process N+1 filter and a very slight Color Efx Filter called Glamor Glow to get this.  His eyes were naturally that brilliant and he was a fantastic kid.   This is one of those cases where I would love to go back and find him to see how he is doing.
Boy from Lusaka, Zambia
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sat Oct 04, '08 07:51PM
Posted Sat Jun 25, '11 12:23AM
Views 575 / Comments 1
This young lady was standing off to herself from a large group of kids that were gathered around us when we visited a remoate village in Laos off the Mekong River.  She only stood there one minute before she dashed off with her shovel.  They people in these remote villages in Laos have a difficult life as so poor, yet in many ways the majority of them were very friendly.
Young Village Girl in Laos
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Fri Feb 16, '07 02:38AM
Posted Fri Jun 24, '11 10:10PM
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Taken at a event I photographed last week .This baby was trying to take the wine glass away from Daddy.
No more U have to drive
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sat Jun 11, '11 01:05PM
Posted Fri Jun 24, '11 01:34AM
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I went to see "The Way" a film with Martin Sheen about the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella. This scene was in the film too. I thought it was a good film, not least because of the funny Dutch guy. He was a bit stereotypically portrayed (smoking pot and speaking good english with a broad accent), but still funny.

Every day hundreds, sometimes thousands, of pilgrims arrive in Santiago de Compostella in Spain. After walking the route (just the part in Spain is more than 800 km.) their first port of call is the Cathedral. This photo depicts a part of the ritual that pilgrims follow upon arrival. They go to this particular pillar and put their hand on this particular spot. When observing this I was thinking how many millions of hands had been there, wearing away the marble. All those people had hopes when they started on their pilgrimage and with this shot I hope to convey the intensity of feeling that I sensed in the cathedral.
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Thu Sep 09, '04 09:38AM
Posted Thu Jun 23, '11 06:27AM
Views 721 / Comments 1
A photo I couldn't resist.
Taken in the dead sea in Israel -the lowest place on earth.
Floating in the Dead Sea
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Fri Sep 08, '06 04:30PM
Posted Wed Jun 22, '11 07:51AM
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in a back street of Bilene, along with many other small businesses, I found the hairdresser on the street. Have put the pic in sepia as I am trying out my sepia toning for a future project. Please feel free to comment.
street salon..
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Fri Jun 17, '11 07:09AM
Posted Wed Jun 22, '11 04:44AM
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taken outside Bilene in Mozambique, we were enjoying the late afternoon sun when this whole crew of kids came into sight and started jumping into this stream which feeds into the Bilene Lagoon..this is obviously a favourite pastime and they played here for hours. I have done this in sepia, so all and any comments would be appreciated..
boys and water
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Thu Jun 16, '11 10:06AM
Posted Wed Jun 22, '11 04:44AM
Views 580 / Comments 2
Alchemist in Khan al-Khalili, Cairo
Photograph ©
Captured Tue Jun 21, '11 04:37PM
Posted Tue Jun 21, '11 04:41PM
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Groom and the Bride !
Photograph © Namrata Sen
Captured Tue Dec 02, '08 05:22PM
Posted Tue Jun 21, '11 02:49PM
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Thanks a lot for the feed back :) Her in image two i have given it More contrast and Toned it a bit Brown and Sepia. How does this work?
Image two
Photograph © Max Michel Mann
Captured Tue Jun 21, '11 12:26PM
Posted Tue Jun 21, '11 12:26PM
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Say 'cheese'!
Say 'cheese'
Photograph © Namrata Sen
Captured Sun Jan 16, '11 01:02PM
Posted Mon Jun 20, '11 03:37PM
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Posing with boy-girls
Beautiful boy-girls
Photograph © Namrata Sen
Captured Sat Jan 15, '11 07:10PM
Posted Mon Jun 20, '11 03:37PM
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Boat ride to the Coral Island
Boat Ride
Photograph © Namrata Sen
Captured Sun Jan 16, '11 11:24AM
Posted Mon Jun 20, '11 03:37PM
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Do I have to carry my own things?
Fun time on the beach
Photograph © Namrata Sen
Captured Sun Jan 16, '11 12:17PM
Posted Mon Jun 20, '11 03:37PM
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Haj is a moslem living about 2min by car from my home or 10 minutes walking.
He as you can see is a farmer and he grows tobacco every year.
At 5 in the morning you will find him working his crop and at 5 in the afternoon .
I have photographed him a few times and find him amazing.I daily drive past his home and fields and see him and his wife working.
The name HAJ is because he did the pilgramage to MECCA.
Haj 92yrs old
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Fri May 13, '11 08:25AM
Posted Sun Jun 19, '11 04:26PM
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Working on perfecting warm tone digital B&W with motion capture. I need some feed back?
Image one
Photograph © Max Michel Mann
Captured Sun Jun 19, '11 02:55PM
Posted Sun Jun 19, '11 02:55PM
Views 473 / Comments 2
San Clemente, CA. Caught this young lad who was fishing with his dad on the pier in San Clemente.
Fisher Boy
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Sun Jun 19, '11 12:21AM
Posted Sun Jun 19, '11 12:21AM
Views 498 / Comments 3
These two gentlemen were judges at the Agricultural Show in Todmorden on Saturday. They sure looked the part!
The Two Judges
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Jun 18, '11 07:22AM
Posted Sat Jun 18, '11 09:48PM
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I encountered this man visiting Guilin, China and he had such an aire of wisdom and knowledge.  Basically wearing a blue jump suit and along with his basic style, I wished that I could sit down and talk to him.  Time as not on my side, but I was able to capture this.  With this image, I desaturated to calm down the colors as I thought appropriate for what he portrayed.
Contemplative Wise Man of Guilin
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Tue Sep 28, '10 08:32AM
Posted Fri Jun 17, '11 09:46PM
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This was taken for our exhibition "Camera Shy?". It's Christina Jayawardena, the wife of Sri Lanka's famous cricketer Mahela Jayawardena.
In order to photograph the fire truck we had to get written permission from the Mayor - not easy since she was never in her office!
I got a shot of Chris on the roof of the truck (in her Jimmie Choos), but had a hard time keeping her attention because there was a scrap cricket game going on in the field next door and she kept watching it!
Fun shoot! Plus the series with her were the hit of the exhibition.
The Girl and the Fire Truck
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Thu Jun 16, '11 10:51PM
Posted Thu Jun 16, '11 10:51PM
Views 699 / Comments 5
Which do you like best?
Morning at Bieria Lake - the cropped version
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Thu Jun 16, '11 10:48PM
Posted Thu Jun 16, '11 10:48PM
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I cropped this (to go with the Rule of Thirds for my class, but I think I like it this way better.
And now that I've uploaded it, I think Lipton took this one.
Morning at Bieria Lake
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Thu Jun 16, '11 10:45PM
Posted Thu Jun 16, '11 10:45PM
Views 562 / Comments 1
I came across this one man rock and roll band busking outside an outdoor art exhibition ...
"I'm just a busker in a one man band" apologies to the Moody Blues
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 06:13AM
Posted Sun Jun 12, '11 11:28AM
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I don't think you could get a better discription than what is written on the shirt.
How true Though not in mommy's eye's
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sat Jun 11, '11 12:19PM
Posted Sun Jun 12, '11 06:35AM
Views 584 / Comments 2
This is the same shoot for the designer of wedding dresses, Creative Designs, using my friend's house as a location.
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Thu Aug 12, '10 03:03PM
Posted Sat Jun 11, '11 10:34PM
Views 620 / Comments 2
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