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 is so affordable. Source: 10 photography … Continue reading 10 photography prints you can download now
New marvelous portraits by Kai Böttcher, multi-talented photographer and digital artist, who currently studies Virtual Design at Kaiserslautern, Germany. Kai shoots gorgeous beauty and lifestyle portraits with great colors, incredible bokeh, amazing tones and lights. Pretty awesome!
The popularity of aerial photography is constantly increasing among professional and enthusiast photographers alike, thanks to the growing diffusion of drones. Amongst the photographs entered in the contest by SkyPixel, the world’s most popular aerial photography community, one of them, in particular, caught our eye.
THE internationally acclaimed Sony World Photography Awards is one of the most coveted fixtures on the global photography calendar. The awards recognise the best in contemporary photography over the past 12 months, and span a host of creative genres. Source: From riot cops to heavy metal rockers … Sony World Photography Awards shortlist revealed
These amazing snaps have been shortlisted for the competition from photographers from all around the world Professional and amateur photographers from all corners of the globe have submitted breath-taking images to the Sony World Photography Awards. The competition is in its 11th year
Pete Mauney has been interested in observing the dizzying patterns of planes at night since high school. As a teenager the photographer would watch aeroplanes have they circled Manhattan, imagining their trajectories and how they might intersect. Source: Time-Lapse Photographs Capture Swarms of Airplane Lights as They Streak Across the Night Sky
What You'll Be Creating Some of our greatest inspiration can come from learning about the past. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a realistic vintage portrait in the old Victorian style. We'll fabricate the entire scene from scratch by using a few stocks to establish depth of field as well as an … Continue reading How to Create a Vintage Portrait Photo Manipulation in Adobe Photoshop
Photography and illustration are integral part of making your blog or website look the best it can. Finding free, high-quality images that you have permission to use can be a challenge. However, photographers and artists are increasingly making their work available free for others to use. Source: 20 Sites For Free Stock Photos & Illustrations
The contact sheet has a rich place in the history of photography. Long before the days of digital, the positive print of negatives allowed you to see all of the images on a roll of film as a page of thumbnails. Source: Photographer Transforms Everyday Subjects Into Fractured Versions of Themselves
By Russell Cambron Photo by Russell Cambron While the vast majority photography done today is done digitally, many photographers hold fast to film photography. Sometimes, this is done for personal or artistic reasons. Film is what you’re used to. Source: Defending digital photography
One of my big goals for 2018 was to take film photos. It may seem like a smallish/novelty goal to some, but it’s one that has been incredibly rewarding to me this past year! With the year wrapping up, I thought I would share some of the high points from our year of film photos … Continue reading Film Photo Challenge
Graphis Photography Master Christopher Wilson took a leap into photography and brought a wealth of knowledge with him When Christopher Wilson decided to transition from the advertising world to a position behind the camera, the world gained one of the most sensitive and skillful photographers. Source: Graphis Master: Christopher Wilson’s Captivating Photography
Our fine feathered friends, the birds, make great photography subjects. They can be challenging to photograph though, hence why this week’s photography challenge is – you guessed it – birds! If you struggle to capture images of the fast ones in mid-air, try to find a bird closer to the ground like this peacock I … Continue reading Weekly Photography Challenge – Birds
These mouth-watering eclairs for Little Artwork Eclair were styled by Olga Drach and shot by Evgenia Drach of Photokitchen, a creative studio in Kiev, Ukraine focused on food video and photography. Incorporating whimsical objects such as bright-coloured trucks and flowers, the duo prove that the luscious desserts aren’t just delicious – they’re a feast for … Continue reading Mouth-Watering Dessert Photography
Two artists - an Emirati and a South African - are urging people to pause and reflect on the fleeting moments of life. The duo came up with a couple of creative concepts and blended them together, using their mobile phones.
© Brendon Cremer With nearly 320,000 participating entires, the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards released their shortlist of outstanding images. Currently on their 11th year, we take a look at this years’ entries for the Open competition, where entries are judged on a single image on subject matters ranging from street to landscape to nature. … Continue reading Amazing Photos Awarded By The Sony World Photography Awards 2018
Just when you thought zeroing in on, and staying put with the copious amount of camera and lens options was enough to alone cause sleepless nights, you then discover this wild world of high power flash photography. Good news is help is indeed on the way, depending on your needs as a photographer one of these three … Continue reading Flash Photography Face Off: Profoto vs. Godox vs. Broncolor
Most photography tutorials understandably focus on how you can improve your work while you have a camera in your hand. However, this video focuses on two exercises you can do anytime, anywhere, even if your camera isn't with you. Coming to you from Pierre T. Lambert, this great video examines how you can continue … Continue reading Two Ways to Improve Your Photography Without a Camera
These aren't quick tips about a neat technique or trick. These five tips are for anyone who is in photography for the long haul, whether you're a passionate amateur or looking to make it your career. Coming to you from former Fstoppers Photographer of the Month (July 2017) Mads Peter Iversen, this great video will give you … Continue reading Five Tips to Truly Improve Your Photography
When all goes well, bird photography can be absolutely exhilarating. Yet birds are small and skittish creatures. Hence, a common problem faced by bird photographers, beginners and experts alike, is simply getting close enough to capture an image. Even with longer lenses, attempts to photograph a bird often result in tiny specks in the final … Continue reading Four Ways to Get Frame-Filling Shots in Bird Photography