Editor’s Choice: In Uniform

Work and school uniforms and company colors are something we see every day. So it’s no wonder that they’re a highly sought-out photographic subject. That’s inspired today’s Editor’s Choice topic: In Uniform. Come take a look at some of the most interesting photos on Zonerama.

This photo has an excellent atmosphere, underscored by the weather. The contrast of the black and white is top-quality.  This whole photograph can be summarized in a word: atmosphere!  Photo: betley

This photo has an excellent atmosphere, underscored by the weather. The contrast of the black and white is top-quality. This whole photograph can be summarized in a word: atmosphere! Photo: betley

Even though this photo doesn’t show the Empire State Building, you can tell at first sight that it’s New York. The yellow taxis speak for themselves. Also, the photo has some great post-editing. Photo: B-pics

Even though this photo doesn’t show the Empire State Building, you can tell at first sight that it’s New York. The yellow taxis speak for themselves. Also, the photo has some great post-editing. Photo: B-pics

A great portrait where the artist has done excellent work with contrast. It’s no problem that this photo was taken in direct sunlight. The sparkles in the eyes liven it up. Photo: mxardo

A great portrait where the artist has done excellent work with contrast. It’s no problem that this photo was taken in direct sunlight. The sparkles in the eyes liven it up. Photo: mxardo

A great moment from the NHL in 1980. The quality could be better, but that depends a lot on the scan. Even though auto-focus was not nearly as good back then as it is today, this is a very good photo. Photo: GZExpat

A great moment from the NHL in 1980. The quality could be better, but that depends a lot on the scan. Even though auto-focus was not nearly as good back then as it is today, this is a very good photo. Photo: GZExpat

A nostalgic photo that could stay in a family album for a long time. Photo: jcinanshan

A nostalgic photo that could stay in a family album for a long time. Photo: jcinanshan

Last updated 4. September 2015

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Author: Majo 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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  • GZ Expat

    Thanks for using my photo from the 1980 game between the Portland Winter Hawks and Medicine Hat Tigers in Portland’s Memorial Coliseum. Nope…not the NHL but the WCHL (Western Canadian Hockey League), at the time. But, the goalie getting beat in that photo is none other than long time NHL’er Kelly Hrudy.

    The photo was taken using an old Pentax Spotmatic camera with a 250mm lens. The camera had no frills…in fact, it had no batteries. No light meter, no auto anything. I took one light reading at the start of the game…focused on one point and shot all night.

    The negative was highly scratched and was scanned at a medium quality. This was one of the first photos that I explored using the Zoner software to touch up and clean up some of the scratches. I will continue to work on them and hope to enhance even further.

    And, yes, its the best hockey picture I have ever taken…so thanks for using it.

    • Zoner

      Thank you for more information about the picture! :)