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Dynamic Parkour Photography by Scott Bass

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Scott Bass is a photographer from Cambridge, UK who has over seven years of experience in Parkour with the majority of his photographic work centering around the art of movement. Being able to capture motion in a dynamic way, which displays the beauty and skill involved, is a key focus Scott has in his photos.

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25 Pictures of Rice Paddy Fields

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Rice is the most important staple food on the planet. It provides more than 20% of the calories eaten worldwide, more than any other grain, and can be grown almost anywhere, as long as there’s enough water. Rice paddies are a fascinating travel photography subject because they have so much diversity.

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Four Ways to Create Balance in Landscape Photography

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The path to a strong composition is not always clear in landscape photography, and at times can be the most challenging aspect of the craft. Since you can not physically alter the landscape to create your own vision, you as a photographer rely on your skills and creative techniques to control how the landscape appears through the lens.

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Candid Portraits by Greta Rybus

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Greta Rybus is a freelance photojournalist and editorial photographer based in Portland, Maine. Her portraits are candid, fun, and give a sense that she catches her subjects true personalities in each of the photos.

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14 Sweet Pictures of Heart-Shaped Fruit

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If you need a last-minute Valentine’s Day greeting, a quick solution is cutting hearts out of fruit and attaching them to makeshift cards/post-it notes. Heart-shaped fruit pieces are also nice props for romance-themed photo shoots. Each heart cut-out has a unique appearance depending on the type, shape and color of fruit, so you might need to experiment with several varieties before you’re satisfied.

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19 Exotic Pictures of Spice Markets

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Whether you’re in rainy Seattle or the middle of Marrakesh, spice markets always feel exotic and opulent, as if you’re looking at sacks of fragrant money instead of cinnamon or turmeric. There’s also a certain feeling of delicacy and hesitance similar to walking through a chinaware shop; the spices seem so vulnerable, easy to accidentally knock over or mix up.

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