One year, and his 365 days, counts 1001 stories that stir the globe and its 5 continents without exceptions. At the end of the year, we need to draw conclusions, to return on the highlights of the international news. The best and too often the worst of 2014 are seen through a selection of the 50 most meaningful photographs from Reuters, the AFP or Getty Images.
Here is a beautiful timelapse directed by the American photographer Ryan Emond. “Toronto Skyline Porn” is described as a visual journey through the air of the Canadian city and its huge buildings. Scenes were shot with a GoPro mounted on a drone DJI Phantom 2 and a Canon 5DM3. To discover.
Photographer Peter Clarke has captured photos of the MY80, a residential apartment building in Melbourne, Australia, designed by architecture firm Hayball. This 53-stage striated and warped building seems wriggle frantically and offers stunning views of the city to its inhabitants. To discover.
No matter if this is to illustrate a news story, a natural disaster or to highlight the testimony of victims of armed conflict, the Reuters news agency collects and distributes thousands of photos every year, taken on all continents. Terrifying, touching and intriguing images, that, for the most notable, are gathered each year in selected Reuters Photos of the Year, containing, 93 shots, to find in full below, beginning with the photographer Peter Thomas.
On Claire de Lune by Claude Debussy, Gioacchino Petronicce reveals his talent with ‘Pictures’, assembling in a video different shots and times life he was able to capture. With almost 80,000 images taken in different cities of the world during the past three years, this beautiful creation in black and white is to discover in video in the future.
Benoit Courti, French autodidact photographer, gives a special flavor to black and white photographs. His pictures, which he described as the result of meeting, convey a spectrum of unexpected sensations as they give to see unique atmospheres. A superb job to discover the pictures now.
The british artist Bruce Munro created in Pennsylvania’s longwood garends some briliant installation in outdoor and indoor. With illuminated sculptural installations, the result is very poetic, combining nature and technology like LEDs or CDs. A very successful show to discover in images.