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May 22, 2015

Weekend Inspiration CL

Happy Friday Everyone and Welcome to our 150th Edition of Weekend Inspiration!

Every week we gather 25 (or 26..) 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 26 inspiring photos, and feel free to tell us your favourites! Get inspired!! 🙂

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Organic Geometry Part II by David Brodeur

Organic Geometry Part II by David Brodeur

I like to collect moments not things by Amy Crump

I like to collect moments not things by Amy Crump

Childhood.. The Past by Adrien Zu

Childhood.. The Past by Adrien Zu

ASICS LA Marathon by Mike Campau

ASICS LA Marathon by Mike Campau

Benidorm by Tine Schoemaker

Benidorm by Tine Schoemaker

Littlemico pacifier by AO STUDIO

Littlemico pacifier by AO STUDIO

The sun that swallowed the moon by healin kwon

The sun that swallowed the moon by healin kwon

Tribute to Pink Floyd by Tali Kimelman

Tribute to Pink Floyd by Tali Kimelman

Underdogs by Sebastian Magnani

Underdogs by Sebastian Magnani

Untitled by Georg Wallner

Untitled by Georg Wallner

One Two Tree Part I by andy lee

One Two Tree Part I by andy lee

Up Up and away Buzz Lightneer by Marie.L.Manzor_

Up Up and away Buzz Lightneer by Marie.L.Manzor_

Edens Garden Eva Magazine May 2015 by Zlatimir Arakliev

Edens Garden Eva Magazine May 2015 by Zlatimir Arakliev

Salt Art by Shawn van Eeden

Salt Art by Shawn van Eeden

 

Panama, San Blas Islands, Mamitupu, Portrait Of An Old Kuna Tribe Woman by Eric Larfforgue

Panama, San Blas Islands, Mamitupu, Portrait Of An Old Kuna Tribe Woman by Eric Larfforgue

Untitled by Pau Buscato

Untitled by Pau Buscato

Sign by KJER Photography

Sign by KJER Photography

Dune Mediterranea by Alberto Seveso

Dune Mediterranea by Alberto Seveso

Gardening Style by Lorenzo Pennati

Gardening Style by Lorenzo Pennati

Street Portraits, 05 The Bullring by Alex Sturrock

Street Portraits, 05 The Bullring by Alex Sturrock

La route by Xavier Wttrwulghe

La route by Xavier Wttrwulghe

Nick (2014) by Lauren Withrow

Nick (2014) by Lauren Withrow

Bogdanovich spring 2015 by Pavel Samokhvalov

Bogdanovich spring 2015 by Pavel Samokhvalov

5/52 Sharing by Lena

5/52 Sharing by Lena

Revealing the Shadows; Willie - Persevere by Victor Photographic Artist

Revealing the Shadows; Willie – Persevere by Victor Photographic Artist

 

An Intimate Confidant by Victoria Cadisch

An Intimate Confidant by Victoria Cadisch

Thanks for checking out our 150th Edition of Weekend Inspiration, we hope you liked it!

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.

We have some themes coming up, so submit submit submit!

BLUE Weekend Inspiration – June 5
• SUMMER Weekend Inspiration – June 19

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Have a great weekend everybody!! Stay inspired and stay safe! 🙂

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    Taposy Rabeya

    How much amazing!! very professional and creative post, thanks for sharing your technique with us. Please keep it continue for help us.

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    Andreas Lindgren

    I visted the website for the image One Two Tree Part I by andy lee,

    Many of his pictures had that dramatic sky effect in black/white.
    A tutorial of how to create a similar effect, perhaps with explanations why it looks so different from just a normal B/W-conversion on a sky-photo would be really nice! 🙂

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    Justine Tjallinks

    The last one is a sort of copy of Tim Walker, but poorly done.