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Jun 27, 2014

Weekend Inspiration CIII

Hi Everyone and Welcome to the 103rd Edition of Weekend Inspiration!

Every week we gather 25 photos from all around the Web to give a kick-start to YOUR weekend!

So where do all these photos come from exactly? Well, they are gathered from popular photo sharing Websites such as Flickr, 500PX, Behance and also from photographer’s personal Websites. These photos come from both amateur and professional photographers alike, and there’s always an image or two in here from the Phamily.

So what are you waiting for?! Have a look at these inspiring photos, and feel free to tell us your favourites! Get inspired!! 🙂

West Under Sun (Wes Anderson) ) by Fokuzia Photography (Kevin Lein)

West Under Sun (Wes Anderson) ) by Fokuzia Photography (Kevin Lein)

Young and Beautiful by Babak Fatholahi

Young and Beautiful by Babak Fatholahi

Close by Evelyn Bencicova

Close by Evelyn Bencicova

Events in Nature by Kristoffer Axen

Events in Nature by Kristoffer Axen

desert tree by Garret Byrum

desert tree by Garret Byrum

Bright Summer by Juan Diego Jiménez

Bright Summer by Juan Diego Jiménez

Kiwi by Wallach Studio

Kiwi by Wallach Studio

Untitled by angiel

Untitled by angiel

The fire storm sorcerer by Frederic Amadu

The fire storm sorcerer by Frederic Amadu

flight studies #4 by trickery

flight studies #4 by trickery

Untitled by anka zhuravleva

Untitled by anka zhuravleva

Exile 30 | 52 by miguel

Exile 30 | 52 by miguel

Dog Portraits Part 2 by Daniel Sadlowski

Dog Portraits Part 2 by Daniel Sadlowski

Childhood lost by Justyna N

Childhood lost by Justyna N

Men From Paris by PhilippeMW

Men From Paris by PhilippeMW

Vogue 05 by pfa photography

Vogue 05 by pfa photography

Paper Work by Olga Zavershinskaya

Paper Work by Olga Zavershinskaya

Self Portrait by Jay-R Solinap

Self Portrait by Jay-R Solinap

detangling by sparrek

detangling by sparrek

Sheet by Faber Franco

Sheet by Faber Franco

Distant by Jacob Howard

Distant by Jacob Howard

A stack of drawings by Asja Boroš

A stack of drawings by Asja Boroš

A Q U A by Zane Colquhoun and Joanna Kustra

A Q U A by Zane Colquhoun and Joanna Kustra

It Can't Protect You by Reylia Slaby

It Can’t Protect You by Reylia Slaby

By Nikolas Verano

By Nikolas Verano

If you have any suggestions of work of your own or others to feature in upcoming editions of weekend inspiration, please e-mail Angela at angela@phlearn.com. When e-mailing please provide links to the work from your Website, Flickr, 500px, Facebook, or Behance Page.

Make sure to become part of the Phlearn Family on Facebook, conversate with us on Twitter, and #hashtag your Phlearn inspirations on Instagram. We want to know what the Phlearn community social chatter is about, and who is sharing it. You all keep us motivated to do our best.

Have a great weekend everybody!! Stay inspired! 🙂

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    Xavier Wallach

    Great honour to see my close-up picture of kiwi fruits featured in your weekly selection. By the way, there is no Photoshop involved there, these fruits really are red and green as shown. Thanks for the great work Phlearn!

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    Joseph Fredona

    Hello Aaron and everyone at Phlearn,

    I just really want to say how amazing it is that you keep putting out so much great material and most of it for free. I am myself extremely limited as to the amount of money I can spend on photography and while I would love to be able to buy Pro Tutorials it is not realistic for me to spend that extra money. Ever since I have discovered this site a couple months ago, I eagerly watch each new video, and I am working my way through all the past videos that are available. Because of what I have learned here on Phlearn.com in this short time my photos have improved dramaticly and I am more willing and excited to try new ideas and techniques that I did not think it was possible for me to master. I am attatching a photo that i worked on this weekend, It is a photo that I have wanted to do for a long time but was never able to pull off. I know it is in no ways perfect, but it my first attempt at compositing and would have been impossible if not for the great lessons I have learned here.
    I wish I could do more to support you guys …So thank you everyone you are all the best….

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    Jack Chan

    Thanks for building this great community and having this selection of great visual art creation all over the world!