Deuces Wild Photography - Cody Doucette - Home

Deuces Wild Photography - Cody Doucette - Home

This is my buddy Cody's website. He has killer photos from across the globe and browsing through them always gives me that itch to throw on my backpack and jump on a plane going somewhere new.

  • I'd picked up "The Last of the Nuba", a heavy volume of Leni Riefenstahl's photographs Nubian, Dinka, Shilluk, and Masai while in art school. Each image was so beautiful, powerful, and overwhelming that I could only study one imag... I'd picked up "The Last of the Nuba", a heavy volume of Leni Riefenstahl's photographs Nubian, Dinka, Shilluk, and Masai while in art school. Each image was so beautiful, powerful, and overwhelming that I could only study one image during each sitting. Before "The Last of the Nuba" I found it impossible to find any books which presented photographs of African customs, environment, and adornment which such grace, detail, and respect. Glad to see Leni Riefenstahl's Africa photographs published by Taschen

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  • Who doesn't have blown out memories like this if you lived near the beach as a child. All those bright colours and water, lovely shot!

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  • Lovely shot, such a great feel to it.

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  • I had a good laugh when I saw this photo, very funny. i love the feel of it too, very retro.

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  • This unique book of thirty-six spectacular houses and gardens—whose owners come from the worlds of fashion, music, art, and society—draws not only on stories that have appeared in the pages of Vogue and Vogue Living over the past ... This unique book of thirty-six spectacular houses and gardens—whose owners come from the worlds of fashion, music, art, and society—draws not only on stories that have appeared in the pages of Vogue and Vogue Living over the past two decades but also on images that have never before been published. Vogue Living: Houses, Gardens, People takes you to these style-makers’ private realms around the world, captured by such celebrated photographers as Miles Aldridge, Cecil Beaton, Jonathan Becker, Eric Boman, Oberto Gili, François Halard, Horst P. Horst, Annie Leibovitz, Sheila Metzner, Mario Testino, Tim Walker, and Bruce Weber, among many others. Their dazzling photographs bring to life interiors and exteriors, modern and classical, that are both inspiring and transporting. Writers like Hamish Bowles, Joan Juliet Buck, Dodie Kazanjian, Eve MacSweeney, Julia Reed, Marina Rust, and Vicki Woods take us behind the scenes to give us an intimate view of the owners and how they live.

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  • Like many of Etsy seller calobee's photographs, "cut away" is haunting and surreal. I'm really drawn to this one, maybe because sometimes I feel like my insides are coming out, too.

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  • I was recently in Sonoma, CA and came across Lisa Kristine's Migration Photography gallery. Lisa Kristine creates really beautiful travel photography that documents peple and places from around the world w/a particular bent towar... I was recently in Sonoma, CA and came across Lisa Kristine's Migration Photography gallery. Lisa Kristine creates really beautiful travel photography that documents peple and places from around the world w/a particular bent toward Asia and 3rd World subjects. Her work is powerful, rich, and nuanced. I love this sort of stuff alothough it always fills me w/wanderlust and a desire for a world-romping, seeking adventure right now. Her work is large format color photography. What I think is particularly interesting about Lisa Kristine, besides the work itself, is how she has built a business around her own brand. She has made herself a commercially viable artist by opening multiple captive galleries and mass-producing her work. I know the art world purists out there are probably horrified by this sort of behavior, but it seems to me to be the wave of the future. People like Wyland (though his stuff is cheesy), Murakami, and Christo have all shown that there is a strong demand for the commercial high art artist