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Monsters in Photography

The Art of Monsters (In Real Life)

I saw monsters when I was a kid. I hope everyone else did. At some point in my life, the part of my brain that let me physically interact with my imagination ran away. It might have burrowed deep somewhere to escape the structured realities that I had to live by to be a successful […]

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Photos from the 2011 IPA

The International Photography Awards (IPA) conducts an annual competition for professional, non- professional, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. Annually, the IPA invites creatives and photography experts to view, judge and select the most innovative photographs in this prestigious competition. […]

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My Favorite Photos from the 2011 International Photography Awards (Non-Professional)

The International Photography Awards (IPA) conducts an annual competition for professional, non- professional, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. Annually, the IPA invites creatives and photography experts to view, judge and select the most innovative photographs in this prestigious competition. […]

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My Favorite Photos from the 2011 International Photography Awards (Professional)

The International Photography Awards (IPA) conducts an annual competition for professional, non- professional, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. Annually, the IPA invites creatives and photography experts to view, judge and select the most innovative photographs in this prestigious competition. […]

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Hereos Die

The Art & Death of the Astronaut

You might have thought that our species would be on Mars before the century was over. Instead, we’ve pulled inward, robots aside, we’ve backed off from the planets and the stars. I keep asking myself, is it a failure of nerve or a sign of maturity. Maybe it’s the most we could have reasonably expected. […]

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