Words and thoughts flow from left to right, at least for those who think and read and write in western languages – a glance to the left in an image is an acknowledgement of origin, or perhaps one of longing depending on the expression of the protagonist. In the east, it might be interpreted as […]
National Geographic has created a great new platform where you can feature your photographic talent and it is called YOURSHOT. How does it work?
1. All Storytellers Welcome
Whether you’re a hobbyist or a pro, we want you to share your best photos with us.
2. National Geographic Staff
National Geographic photo editors review your shots and offer expert tips for great photography.
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We’ll select and publish our favorite photos online and in National Geographic magazine.
If you have what it takes, go for it!
If you want to learn more……come to Barcelona to learn a bit more with us!
Algunos de los momentos y rincones mas encantadores de la ciudad, están ahí para ser disfrutados en cualquier momento del año. Su encanto cambia con el sol y con el frío pero nos llenarán el corazón de ilusión y entusiasmo.
visítala con nosotros, escogiendo una o mas de nuestra rutas, todas son maravillosas!
This is how Sagrada Familia will look when it is finished. Book your Photocircuit with us and be able to make the picture and live the experience.
Did you enjoy this summer? well, we did and took many pictures in Europe and America, let us know where did you? how did you camera work, and send us your best picture to be published in our blog.
Welcome back home and to see you in Barcelona very soon!
The inaugural Cord Prize – Contemporary art photography
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One of the most exciting things of all cities in the world is not exactly how they are built or how tall their buildings are, I am not usually so impressed by crowds or big avenues or amazing malls. But I am usually very impressed by how different and diverse people are in every city in the world and of course Barcelona is not an exception to this rule. Here are some images from our Winter Photography Workshop that talk about this.
Thanks to Carlos, María, Eli and Marta for sharing their pictures.