國家地理會德豐香港攝影大賽2018 「城市」組別 第二名:舊街小巷中的人與情,攝影 姚志榮。
City category 1st runner up
Under a Street Lamp named Desire, photo by Yiu Chi Wing Charles.
City development means gentrification. While some old neighbourhoods didn't survive, the sentiments did. Locals still see the same moon; they still found love under new, towering buildings. Some things go, some things stay. The city changes, but sentiments remain. 【得獎作品展 Winners' Exhitbition】
日期 Date 22/2 - 3/3/2019
開放時間 Time 11:00 - 22:00
地點 Venue
尖沙咀海港城海洋中心二階207號舖 海港城 美術館
Gallery by the Harbour Shop 207, Level 2, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, TST
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#discoverhk#discoverhongkong#awsomehongkong#hkig #photocontest#HK #Hongkong#hkphotocontest
#國家地理 #會德豐 #攝影 #香港 #攝影比賽


Photo by @BabakTafreshi
The World at Night photography
Waiting for the sunrise in this early morning at the shore of Pacific Ocean with skyline of Waikiki in Honolulu

#hawaii #honolulu #nightphotography @natgeoimagecollection


Twenty Seconds of Silence | Photograph by Peter Coskun (@petercoskunnaturephotography)
“A twenty second exposure as clouds and light move over the Grand Canyon and Colorado River. I had waited years to visit this particular overlook as the timing just never seemed right, and was finally granted a permit to get a glimpse,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Peter Coskun. “This location is one of two viewpoints where you are able to see the Little Colorado River meet the main Colorado River. When looking closely, you can see the different colors in the muddy water which was likely due to recent summer flash floods. It was worth the wait.”

“This experience was definitely worth the wait — this moment is so beautiful Peter. The colors are gorgeous. Fantastic decision to shoot with a 20-second long exposure, helping create the epic feel to your frame. Thanks for the details in your caption further explaining what I am looking at. Your wait was well rewarded with this photo. I bet this photo looks awesome printed and framed big...” — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee (@davidylee)


Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPsplitscreen
Two halves equal one great shot. This weekend, the challenge is to share images that show two things in a split frame. For inspiration take a look at this featured image from videographer Gosse Bouma (@gosse_bouma). Here are some tips to get started:
🖼 Think half and half. Look at your frame in terms of top and bottom or left and right. Are they strikingly different? Maybe the frame is split in half by shadows, a face in profile or the edge of a pool.
🖼 Create a divide. Find something that divides the frame, like a road, a curtain or a tennis court net. Get creative with it to make your own split screen composition.
🖼 Look in the background. Is something exciting or unexpected happening in the background? It could be a squirrel hiding behind a tree or a couple hugging behind a fish tank.
PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPsplitscreen hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPsplitscreen hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPsplitscreen hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
Featured photo by @gosse_bouma


Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | An Italian explorer traverses a canyon, avoiding the deep, cold water below a thin unstable crust of ice inside a moulin on the Gorner Glacier, Switzerland. Progress is often slow when the floor is dangerously unstable, like it is here. This was the first of many glacier caves we descended during our recent expedition to the area.


“LOVING the new @lucyand.co bandanas...packed full of 🦙 and gorgeous colors!” writes @ilckenzoo




#FotoDelDía | Un patinador de velocidad olímpico entrena en Lake Placid, Nueva York. En 1980, en esta pista, el estadounidense Eric Heiden ganó cinco medallas de oro.


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