TEN AND ONE Annual Lomography Photo Awards 2018: May Winners (Part 1) 2 Share Tweet Last month’s qualifying round for the TEN AND ONE Annual Lomography Photo Awards invited everyone to discover their world anew by playing with different perspectives, shooting at night, searching for public art and more. Source:Read More →

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You might have seen photos in nature magazines or websites with silky-smooth water effects cascading over rocks, branches, and trees. Have you also wondered how in the world the photographer was able to capture such beautiful images? Source: How to Create Silky Smooth Water EffectsRead More →

THE OTHER SIDE by Lauren Naylor ‘THE OTHER SIDE’ for Schön! Magazine by Lauren Naylor. www.instagram.com/lnaynay www.lnaylor.com Lauren Naylor: Photos Source: THE OTHER SIDE by Lauren NaylorRead More →

Magic Windmills by Albert Dros Once in a lifetime shot of the windmills of the Dutch Zaanse Schans rising above the fog on an extremely beautiful morning. Albert Dros: Photos Source: Magic Windmills by Albert DrosRead More →

Photographer Peter Maier captured this jaw-dropping timelapse of a cloudburst over Lake Millstatt in Carinthia, Austria. A cloudburst is a sudden and violent rainstorm capable of producing an extreme amount of precipitation in a short period of time. Source: Timelapse Captures Incredible Cloudburst Over Austria’s Lake MillstattRead More →

This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more info. You don’t have to be a pet owner to know that photographing dogs can be tricky. Source: Interview: Dog Photographer Offers Pro Tips forRead More →

Joana Choumali, Mme Djeneba Haabré , 2013–14. ©JOANA CHOUMALI AND 50 GOLBORNE GALLERY L ast fall, Jeanne Mercier, a French critic and curator based in Portugal, traveled to London to launch a new book. Her destination was the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, then commencing its fifth edition in theRead More →

An interest in colour, shape and light defines Franco Fontana’s (b. 1933) practice. Offering surprising perspectives on urban and natural landscapes, a bold body of work on display at Musée de la Photographie Charles Nègre, Nice, investigates the possibilities of the medium by creating innovative and often abstract compositions thatRead More →

Zanzibari Ashraki Mussa Machano is making a name for himself as a talented photographer in and out of Tanzania. Through Ash Gallery , a collective he founded in 2013, Machano uses his skills to document the rich culture that surrounds him. Source: Interview: Talented Local Photographer Shares Life in ZanzibarRead More →

I ’m Andrew and I’m an animal photographer best known for my captivating images of felines. While I used to be terribly allergic to cats, I now live with my girlfriend, our three cats, and a slew of rotating foster kittens outside of D.C. Recently finished a project about cats’Read More →

A short while ago, I wrote about a kerfluffle with White Castle’s social media team about a photo I took of their Impossible Slider. At issue was the way White Castle (and other large companies) treated people who asked for some form of compensation for their photos to be usedRead More →

As denizens of the digital world, most contemporary Americans are exposed daily to dozens of photographs of friends, loved ones, celebrities and strangers. We capture and distribute images of ourselves and others with shockingly little effort, rarely if ever stepping back to marvel at the power we wield. Source: HowRead More →

by Jeremy Gray posted Monday, June 18, 2018 at 4:00 PM EDT It’s a common phrase not only in photography, but in many facets of life, that you ought to keep things simple. It’s good advice but how can you implement it into your landscape photography? Source: Five ways toRead More →

There is something magical about the nocturnal world set within the confines of a forest. The moon, the shadows, the elegant outline of trees; all deep-rooted symbolism of the in-between world. A world so ancient, so mystical and so long forgotten we can only reconnect to it in fables andRead More →

Be an analogue photography pro with the Lomo LC-A family. Get the signature ‘35mm Lomographic look’ with shadowy vignettes, eye-popping colors and saturation.The Lomo LC-A is the Russian classic with customizable aperture settings. Source: Lomo LC-A+ Stories: Behind the Most Memorable PhotosRead More →

Whether it’s two Mormons sitting on the curb of a parking lot eating McDonald’s or it’s a man taking a picture of an abstract sculpture in front of a food mart, it’s no accident that Eli Durst’s photographs resemble stills from a film. “When I applied for my undergraduate atRead More →

Théo Giacometti is a photographer member of the Studio Hans Lucas based in Marseille and usually making press reports. Great traveler but also writer, the artist this time went to the very ends of the world : in Greenland. After spending a month in a former tugboat stuck in theRead More →

Sky and earth meet in this beautiful series by Paris-based photographer Rose Moreno. Named after the phonetic Japanese word for “natural environment” where Fû (the sky, manners) defines Do (the earth). Exploring her personal connection to the sacred and eternal nature of our enivornment, Moreno states: “It’s my shelter, whereRead More →

Taken between 1974-1976, Langdon Clay’s (b. 1949) atmospheric images of cars in New York City document the aesthetic of an era. Despite their stylised quality, the works were created using only natural lighting, and capture the mystery and myth of icons frozen in time. Source: Contemporary MelodramaRead More →

Have you ever watched a movie so visually compelling that you wanted to replicate it through your photography? Giving an image the cinematic treatment dramatically affects both its appearance and the mood that it conveys. It doesn’t just make your photo stand out, but also reminds your audience of blockbustersRead More →