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September 24, 2017

Interview: Landscape Photographer Captures the World in Dreamy Bubblegum Hues

Awash in vibrant color, Ty Newcomb‘s contemporary landscape photography is at once familiar and surreal. By enhancing the hues of nature, he pulls out a kaleidoscope of colors that reminds views of the glory of the natural landscape. Also working in all aspects of commercial photography, Newcomb's landscape photographs are a creative escape that allows him to translate his emotions into an image.

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September 23, 2017

Photographer Gives Intimate Look Inside Bedrooms Across America

After enjoying a successful commercial photography career and raising a family, photographer Barbara Peacock is embarking on an incredible journey into the bedrooms of average Americans. With American Bedroom, she is taking an intimate—and anthropological—look at the most personal of spaces, asking friends, family, and strangers to open themselves up to her candid photographs.

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September 22, 2017

Steve Irwin’s 13-Year-Old Son is an Exceptionally Talented Wildlife Photographer

Growing up surrounded by nature, it's no surprise that Steve Irwin's son Robert also has great affection for wildlife. But at just 13 years old he's also making a name for himself as an incredibly talented wildlife photographer. And, of course, there's no shortage of subjects for him to shoot at the Australia Zoo and Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve in northern Australia.

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September 22, 2017

Ceramicist Creates Sculptural Bowls and Vases Inspired by Colorado Woodlands

Nature-loving ceramicist Heesoo Lee creates enchanting sculptural vessels that look like forests of aspen trees. Lee’s fascination with the majestic woodlands came from her time living in Colorado with her husband and fellow ceramicist, Adam Field. She explains, “I just fell in love with their shape. They look like a human, like a really feminine lady to me, really delicate. I just can't stop painting them.

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