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Portraits of Pentax 67 Humanoids by kiyoshimachine

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Kiyoshimachine’s ‘Monster67′ is a great series showing people wearing huge Pentax 67 cameras on their heads. You can judge for yourself whether Monster67 is a subtle critique of the pervasiveness of the camera in modern society, an analysis of the intimate relationship between a photographer and the camera, or just a fun project.

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20 Breathtaking Portraits from Greta Tuckute

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Greta Tuckute is a nineteen-year-old photographer located in Denmark with a passion for portraiture and travel photography. She has been shooting since the age of twelve, and she currently works in Copenhagen in order to develop her style and skills.

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Friends & Strangers – Vibrant Portraits by M.s+

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Mohamed (a.k.a. M.s+) takes beautiful portraits of a very diverse crowd. His pictures are of people he knows, as well as strangers he approaches on the street. He does a perfect job of matching each person with their unique surroundings, giving each portrait a distinct atmosphere.

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Fleeting Moments – Photography by Yuli Sato

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In the past, Montreal photographer Yuli Sato has explored the topics of escapism and femininity in her photos. While her pictures still have a wistful and feminine touch, she now focuses more on travels through Canada and the United States, as well as everyday life in Montreal.

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Complex Scene Zone-Lighting – Conceptual Photography by John Flury

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John Flury is a fine art/commercial photo designer from Zurich, Switzerland. Starting as a little boy, he always had a knack for telling stories – in writing, as drawings and comics, and later, as play scripts and short films. In his conceptual works, he brings subtle realities to life that often have a strong connection to the people he portrays.

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