Casey Keller2 days ago
Fifth-teen Minutes Can Save You...
Fifth-teen minutes can save you... As we have all heard from the ever popular Flo from Progressive insurance. But let me ask you, as a photographer, either as a novice or amateur, have you ever though...
Rebekah B Lowri3 days ago
What to Do When You Can't Shoot
I'm an almost professional photographer. I've done commercial work for outdoor brands and specialise in adventure, travel, and climbing photography. I started an online publication called Nether—go ch...
Guije Sanchez3 days ago
Releasing New Photos from the Vault!
After so long of procrastinating and never gathering ideas for a work around to edit those large .NEF files from my then new Nikon D500, I have decided to take some 'inspired action' to look through t...
Casey Keller3 days ago
It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!!
It doesn't get any better than this. Six years ago, if you would have told me that I would be a photographer, I probably would have laughed at you. I'm a disabled veteran who has PTSD and have physica...
Jody Holman3 days ago
6 Photo Tips for Wedding Guests
OK, so you’re not a pro. That doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun capturing some shots that will mean the world to you (and the bride and groom) for years to come. In fact, some of my favorite weddin...
How I Chose Photography
Where do you see yourself in five years? How about ten years? We all come to a point in our life where we must decide what we want to do with the rest of our lives. No, I’m not talking about who we ar...
michael angelo3 months ago
We Made Our Own North Stars
This reflection is about my recently-wrapped photography series, Navigator, which is about the rising generation of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. To check it out, look up @inkybattlefields on...
Harrison Galgut5 months ago
Dark and Light? The Art of Subject
We all know about light and how it interacts with a camera. We all know that black and white are dangerous places to play in when editing. Sometimes we all make mistakes when adjusting our shadows and...
Georgianna Nielson5 months ago
What You Need to Capture Moody Portraits
I have been a self taught photographer for quite a while now, practicing many different styles and finally figuring out that my passion is moody visuals, mainly self portraits. In a few easy steps, wi...
Georgianna Nielson7 months ago
Make Your Photos More Interesting
As a mostly self-taught photographer, I have gone through a lot of trial and error trying to make my photos creative, interesting, and different. As I have developed my personal style, I have come up ...
john harrison7 months ago
Only a Phone Camera Shot Unfortunately
Photographers can take as narrow a view of things as some lens do. It's a common sight to see in photography groups on social media of someone posting an image and then saying "only a phone camera sho...
Wendy Knight4 months ago
10 Amazing Photobooks That Will Inspire You to Become a Better Photographer
They say your first 1,000 photographs are your worst; a sentiment meant to humble you, but one also meant to remind you to keep the mindset of a student. When it comes to the art of photography, there...
Hayley Dodwell4 months ago
Photoshop: CS2 Is Still the Best!
Photoshop, as we all know, certainly comes in handy from time to time! A little touch here and there to make fabulous photographs and images, it creates graphic perfection. It is just awesome for desi...
Eddie Wong5 months ago
The 4 Best Subscription Printing Services for Photographers
It’s fair to say that the digital revolution in photography well and truly arrived a long time ago, and has since transformed an art form in wonderful ways. Instead of waiting days, weeks, or even mon...
Casey Keller2 days ago
Fifth-teen Minutes Can Save You...
Fifth-teen minutes can save you... As we have all heard from the ever popular Flo from Progressive insurance. But let me ask you, as a photographer, either as a novice or amateur, have you ever though...
Jody Holman3 days ago
6 Photo Tips for Wedding Guests
OK, so you’re not a pro. That doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun capturing some shots that will mean the world to you (and the bride and groom) for years to come. In fact, some of my favorite weddin...
Ian McKenzie5 days ago
Head Shots
Head shots have been a major component of my photographic work over the last twelve or so years. Most of the work I have done has been with actors and models for whom head shots are often the first st...
Taylor Sims3 months ago
VSCO | Shot on iPhone
Shot on iPhone has become a “thing” on social media and with mobile photography, so I figured i’d take a shot (pun intended). Luckily I have the iPhone XS Max, which captures amazing photos, especiall...
Sean Reis3 months ago
The 10 Best Tools for Editing Photos
Photography, as an art form, has seen many evolutions over the years. Far from the days of splicing film reels together, we've now entered an era of photo editing with such advanced tools that the pos...
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Tom Halstead4 months ago
Photo Animation Options from Simple Apps to 777 Dashboard
Because video stories are processed 60,000 times faster by the human brain, photographers and artists are using animation to tell their stories both as previews for social media and finished art. New technologies to accomplish animation effects are exploding, and new videographers and animators have more options than ever to create stunning effects. This creates an opportunity and a problem: sorting through the vast array of new tools! I’ve run a professional animation studio for decades (Shader...
Guije Sanchez3 days ago
Releasing New Photos from the Vault!
After so long of procrastinating and never gathering ideas for a work around to edit those large .NEF files from my then new Nikon D500, I have decided to take some 'inspired action' to look through t...
How I Chose Photography
Where do you see yourself in five years? How about ten years? We all come to a point in our life where we must decide what we want to do with the rest of our lives. No, I’m not talking about who we ar...
Rebekah B Lowri3 days ago
What to Do When You Can't Shoot
I'm an almost professional photographer. I've done commercial work for outdoor brands and specialise in adventure, travel, and climbing photography. I started an online publication called Nether—go ch...
Casey Keller3 days ago
It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!!
It doesn't get any better than this. Six years ago, if you would have told me that I would be a photographer, I probably would have laughed at you. I'm a disabled veteran who has PTSD and have physica...
Anastasia Logan9 days ago
Adventures of a 'Concert Photographer'
Concert photography is quite the experience. From the atmosphere of shows to meeting a community of talented individuals that drive a creative fire, there is an attraction to being able to capture the...
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Cale Maloney6 days ago
Reaching for the Real
Waiting for the blue hour to dawn, the sky was painted with streaks of lilac, filling the space for the moon to say goodnight to the sun. I asked her to lift her hands in the air, praising the God who...
Joseph Barney17 days ago
Photography as Therapy
I am a brain injury, repeat brain injury, survivor with PTSD and anxiety/bipolar issues. Luckily they have meds but they don't help as much as needed, but I've found that I'd forget my woes a bit, so ...
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John Neil18 days ago
The Makings of a Photograph
Eric Kim said it best, when he describes his street photography as making a photo as opposed to taking a picture. He expresses asking someone to make a photograph seems more pleasing to hear as oppose...