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I was curious to explore one the world’s most remote communities during the summer, capturing the dramatic contrast of the luminance of the midnight sun against the never-ending verdant valleys, icebergs and glaciers. I have always been fascinated by the old nomadic culture of Mongolia.If I win I would take the opportunity to photograph the dunes of the Gobi desert and the camel-herding Mongolian families who reside there.which documents the lowriding subculture in the East Coast of America.British Journal of Photography will showcase the project with a major online feature and five runners-up will also receive coverage.Today, some of the most popular video games involve military-inspired imagery and gameplay.This image is taken from a project that borrows the Indian tradition of the mobile photographic studio, replacing the customary painted backgrounds depicting dreamy scenes with artistic impressions of images from these glossy real-estate brochures.
The project has developed into an amalgamation of styled and unstyled portraits, with each individual photographed expressing themselves through their fashion.
Dating back to the mid-to-late 1940s, lowriding began with young Latino youths placing sandbags in their custom vehicles so that the body of their car would ride close to the road. Lowriding was born and its members began decorating their vehicles with political statements and images celebrating Latino culture.
Lowriding has seen a resurgence in the 21st century, embraced by cultures around the world and I am keen to investigate this through my documentary work.
The juggernaut first person-shooter series Call of Duty has sold almost 200 million copies as of July 2014.
A look at the game database of Giant Bomb reveals nearly 1,000 titles with a “modern military” setting. military’s first involvement with any type of electronic gaming was more of a happy accident than anything else.