Editor’s Choice: Carefully Crafted, Skillfully Snapped

Traces of human activity can be seen nearly everywhere. The more everyday traces can look banal and ugly at first, but with a watchful eye and a camera in your hand, you can use human craftsmanship as a photographic foundation. It’s all about your photographic viewpoint. Take a look at these interesting photos we found on Zonerama.

A very artful photo whose composition is based on a repeating motif. The high-contrast black-and-white edit used is a very good fit for this picture. Photo: dhruazaan
A very artful photo whose composition is based on a repeating motif. The high-contrast black-and-white edit used is a very good fit for this picture. Photo: dhruazaan
Even unaesthetic objects can look great in pictures. A simple topic, excellent composition, a great photograph. Photo: Elaine Hutchings
Even unaesthetic objects can look great in pictures. A simple topic, excellent composition, a great photograph. Photo: Elaine Hutchings
A luxurious environment that feels refined and clean. But be careful with the gear—it doesn’t look good when it gets into the frame. Photo: FineArtProduction
A luxurious environment that feels refined and clean. But be careful with the gear—it doesn’t look good when it gets into the frame. Photo: FineArtProduction
An ordinary wharf may not seem like anything special… but all it takes is a watchful eye and a camera in your hands, and you’ve got a great picture. Photo: Peter Butler
An ordinary wharf may not seem like anything special… but all it takes is a watchful eye and a camera in your hands, and you’ve got a great picture. Photo: Peter Butler
Even minor human alterations to a landscape can really liven up a photo. A fantastic picture that doesn’t even need any special edits. Photo: My Videos
Even minor human alterations to a landscape can really liven up a photo. A fantastic picture that doesn’t even need any special edits. Photo: My Videos

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AuthorMajo Elias

I’ve been taking pictures since 2004. When I was starting out, I photographed almost everything. Later my style solidified and I began photographing people almost exclusively. At the moment my main genres are fashion and advertising.

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