I am feeling a lot of love for photography prints lately. Anything to do with the beach, the desert, a forest, a cactus… they are filling my walls here at home. If you want a cheap way to add real life artwork to your home, then a digital download isRead More →


Landscape photography is about the beauty and the sheer unpredictability of nature…qualities that are difficult to capture for all time in a photograph. Are you looking for some guidance as to how to get your landscape photography to stand out from the crowd? Source: 10 Unique Landscape Photography Tips ToRead More →

Wes Anderson’s movies have become immediately recognisable for their unique style and aesthetic, which, alongside the talent of their director, have made them huge hits everywhere around the globe. The “Wes Anderson aesthetic” has spread to real life as well, and one photographer has recently brought it to the streetsRead More →

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French self-taught photographer Thomas Tourral, aka SeptMai, captures the magnificent mountains’ unpredictability and their atmospheres according to the seasons. His photos are a testimony to the raw, instantaneous and fickle Alpine landscape that offers us spectacular views of its mountains >>Read More →

I loved him without knowing how to love him. If you think of love as an activity—a purposeful, shared exchange—what could anyone who was lucky enough to be acquainted with Bill Cunningham, the late, legendary Times “On the Street” and “Evening Hours” style photographer, writer, former milliner, and all-around genialRead More →

“I am drawn to the regular or unconventional, don’t get me wrong beautiful people are beautiful, but life isn’t always beautiful,” says London-based photographer Richard Dowker. Originally from a village in Cumbria, Richard moved to London at the age of 19 to study photography at Middlesex University. Source: “I likeRead More →

When we talk about wildlife, somehow, we always think about something big like lion, whale, elephant but ignore the daily lives of small animals. However, Julian Rad, a wildlife photographer from Austria, shows more interest in the small wildlife such as squirrels, hamsters or mice and capture some most lovableRead More →

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A selection of photos from “The End of the Road” by Italian photographer Andrea Pugiotto, currently splitting his time between Venice and Milan. Pugiotto writes: “Alaska was the big dream of my childhood: wildlife, landscapes, glaciers. Source: Photographer Spotlight: Andrea PugiottoRead More →

German artist Justin Peters uses the wide world of photography to create unique composite images. Peters’ dreamy creations play with scale and proportion, mixing human-sized objects like jellyfish and surfboards with the monumental: moons take the place of beach-side campfires and whales breach above foggy mountain ranges. Source: Mysterious WorldsRead More →

Amy Touchette, from “Street Dailies,” Lee Avenue, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and ClampArt. Amy Touchette, from “Family Album,” Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Courtesy of the artist and ClampArt. When photographer Amy Touchette walks down the streets of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, she’s armed with either her Rolleiflex camera or her iPhone.Read More →

On this day all around the world, people are giving their hearts to their significant other for Valentine’s Day. Not so for Wiley the Dalmatian, who wears his heart on his sleeve – well more like his nose. The now one-year-old pup rose to internet fame for his unique heart-shapedRead More →

With so many smartphones on the market, manufacturers are quick to add top features to their products—including some seriously impressive cell phone cameras. You may not want to lug your DSLR everywhere you go, but you never know when you’ll capture the crown jewel for your online photography portfolio! Source:Read More →

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Colours of Iceland: Photos by Przemyslaw Kruk “Colors of Iceland” is an ongoing series by Polish photographer Przemyslaw Kruk, capturing the beauty of Icelandic landscapes. More photography inspiration via Behance Photography Posted on November 13, 2018 Source: Colors of Iceland: Photos by Przemyslaw KrukRead More →

Cinematic street snaps by Colin Ridgway, a talented self-taught photographer, and videographer who was born and raised on Long Island and currently residing in Brooklyn NY. Colin focuses mainly on street portraits and urban photography. Source: Humans Of New York: Photos Of Random Strangers In NYC By Colin RidgwayRead More →

Creating abstracts by manipulating your shutter speed means that you need to see movement happening and think about how you want to capture it. Whenever I see a real Claude Monet painting, I am amazed by his ability to transform a scene and make it seem like it is dancingRead More →

Turn back time – a treasure from the 50 years old wardrobe was revived. “I’m a professional photographer, my passion is a fashion, art, portraits. I love to put all those things into every single project. Source: Back in time, photography by Irma KanovaRead More →

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The presentation is crucial in a design portfolio. And whether the final outcome is digital or printed, a beautifully art-directed approach to photographing your work can help you stand out from the crowd. The best cameras for creatives in 2018 This is particularly true of printed collateral and packaging work,Read More →