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When you choose a professional photographer, their value is more than their camera

“Photographer” is a blanket term, it covers everyone from the beginning weekend hobbyist to the world famous professionals and everyone in between. When thinking of having photos taken, it’s common for many people to look to their friends and family members who “have a nice camera” or “are into photography” in order to get a better
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Photographer Mom Documents Her Kids’ Childhood Without Electronic Devices

Niki Boon began taking photos as a hobby while she was working as a physiotherapist in Scotland. However, the New Zealand native found her interest in the art waning while she travelled, and it wasn’t until she had returned home and started raising a family that her passion was rekindled. “Childhood in the Raw,” an
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Photographer Captures People After 1, 2, and 3 Glasses of Wine

Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti‘s ‘Wine Project’ portrait series is dead simple: give your subjects some booze and photograph them between drinks. But the resulting portraits are taking the Web by storm. “There is a saying about wine that I really like,” says Marcos, “and it goes something like this ‘The first glass of wine is all
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Featuring on Bride Inside

Trash the dress in Mauritius One says also: “fearless bride” or “rock the frock” What is a trash-the-dress shoot? Quite simply, it belongs to the category of event photography. In this type of wedding photography dress is mostly destroyed, but it creates unique photos. But the wedding dress does not have to be completely ruined. In this entry
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Flags Hiding In The Streets Of Hong Kong

“FLAG IT UP” – when pictures claim their nationalities. I have been always attracted to graphic design and photography has become a tool to find graphics in the real world and give them life through the people moving in that space. In my search for geometry, patterns and colors, I found myself seeing flags. Flags
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The Bajau, the nomads of the sea

Traditionally, the Bajau resided in small boats, sailing day and night with the currents, counting only on their fishing gear to make a living. This is how they earned the title of the “sea gipsies”. Others used to live in hiding and many still live nowadays in the middle of nowhere, on floating villages built
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40,000 facebook fans

We have now reached 40,000 fans on our facebook page. We want to thank all our fans on facebook for helping us get there

Magic under the moonlight

Two unattached souls by morning, joined together through matrimonial union by sundown.

The more you hold it in, the more you let out!

Crying is like breathing. The more you hold it in, the more you let out…

Celebrating 30,000 facebook fans :)

Celebrating 30,000 fans on our facebook page! Thank you all for following us and our work and for being a part of our progress over the years.Your support and encouragement has been inspiring and motivating. The Backlight Team…

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