Digital Macro Photography is truly a fun filled and rewarding genre of Photography. Macro photos stand out among all different categories of photography as you bring never before seen details of the macro world into the photograph. The term photo-macrograph was proposed by W. H. Walmsley in 1899. What is Macro Photography? Macro Photography refers to […]
Why is it that some people are considered photogenic and others are not? What can a beginning photographer do to circumvent this when making a portrait? To address this issue head on, we recently spoke with noted portrait photographers Lindsay Adler and Brian Smith, who helped us compile these eight essential tips for creating successful […]
After All The Effort Of Writing It, Will Anyone Actually Read Your Next Photography Blog Post? Do you have a photography blog? If so, that’s great—a blog can be a powerful marketing platform for any professional photographer. But, did you know that MOST blog posts by photographers never get read by more than a handful of […]
Dave Powell is the man behind the camera and popular blog, ShootTokyo, and is a street photographer driven by the passion to create. He makes some extremely compelling photos from the streets of Tokyo, and he does it by following nothing but his desire to make something beautiful. It might be an interaction between people. […]
Want to take better photos? And how about doing? Even better, what if you could do all that, without needing any new gear – using whatever camera you currently own. Today I’m going to give you 11 super-practical tips to make that happen. These are the suggestions that I’d give to someone who just picked up […]
Working as a photojournalist and artist, Stephen Wilkes is well known for his photographs of abandoned and deteriorating buildings, including a series of the dilapidated hospital wings of Ellis Island, a project that resulted in a $6-million grant to restore the island. More recently, he created the sweeping panoramas of his series “Day to Night”, […]
Giles Clement is a photographer, who likes old style and technique. He shares on facebook page and his own web site.
John Marshall had realized a different project about silhouettes in photography project last summer. He had living for a month on an island in Maine, he gave himself a 30-day project. He called it Sunset Silhouette Selfies and had done his own made models with only three rules. 1) He couldn’t have help. He used a […]