10. Mai 2021
von Hugh Brownstone
Kommentare deaktiviert für As a Black and White Photographer, Why Are My Latest Photos in Color?

As a Black and White Photographer, Why Are My Latest Photos in Color?

Some photographers are known for their black and white work (think Ansel Adams, Henrí Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, or Sebãstio Salgado) – while others are known for their use of color (think Ernst Haas, Joel Meyerowitz, Martin Paar, or … Read the rest “As a Black and White Photographer, Why Are My Latest Photos in Color?”

7. Mai 2021
von Darlene Almeda
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Pre-Visualize in the Field for Better Landscape Compositions

How to Pre-Visualize in the Field for Better Landscape Compositions

Composing Tool Kit: Tamrac Pro Compact 2, Pocket Spot, Linhof 6×9 Viewfinder, Hoodman Loupe, Location Marker Tees

I create my landscape photography with film and digital technical cameras and received a request to share how I compose in t… Read the rest “How to Pre-Visualize in the Field for Better Landscape Compositions”

7. Mai 2021
von David Zimmerman
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographing the Desert and Its Under-Appreciated Beauty

Photographing the Desert and Its Under-Appreciated Beauty

I have been fascinated by horizons for as long as I can remember. Growing up along Lake Michigan is where my earliest memories and impressions of these horizons were formed and through the years I have remained close to these endless, wander… Read the rest “Photographing the Desert and Its Under-Appreciated Beauty”

7. Mai 2021
von Alex Berger
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photos Deserve the Digital Protections That Are Standard Elsewhere

Photos Deserve the Digital Protections That Are Standard Elsewhere

Digital rights ownership and control are at the heart of a losing battle that photographers have been fighting for decades. One of the interesting, but overlooked, offshoots of the NFT craze is a technical one: the capability that undersc… Read the rest “Photos Deserve the Digital Protections That Are Standard Elsewhere”

6. Mai 2021
von Troy Paiva
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Lost America Project: 30-Years of Urban Exploration Light Painting

The Lost America Project: 30-Years of Urban Exploration Light Painting

Camping With The Ancients
 – Off the map with a rotten derelict trailer, in a weird forgotten valley in central Nevada, November, 2016. Lens open under the full moon ‘round midnight for 90-seconds, while I casually strolled around c
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5. Mai 2021
von George Griefy
Kommentare deaktiviert für Improve Your Minimalist Photography with These 6 Guidelines

Improve Your Minimalist Photography with These 6 Guidelines

Of all of the artistic photography styles, one of the most interesting is also the most basic-looking. However, don’t let that label fool you, there is nothing basic about the process of successful minimalist photography. In fact, it take… Read the rest “Improve Your Minimalist Photography with These 6 Guidelines”

5. Mai 2021
von Brad Vassallo
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Tell an Effective Brand Story With Your Photos

How to Tell an Effective Brand Story With Your Photos

Any writer worth their salt knows that a good story is comprised of three primary components: Character, Setting, and Plot. The same can be said of visual storytelling, regardless of the medium.

As a commercial photographer, my goal is to t… Read the rest “How to Tell an Effective Brand Story With Your Photos”

4. Mai 2021
von Florian Kriechbaumer
Kommentare deaktiviert für ‘Timeblend Dubai’ Series Folds the Soul of Timelapses into Still Photos

‘Timeblend Dubai’ Series Folds the Soul of Timelapses into Still Photos

New Districts – Day to night panorama of Dubai Marina with the sun setting in between.

Part of the beauty of photography lies in capturing a single special moment that will never appear the same way again. While this is what makes each photogr… Read the rest “‘Timeblend Dubai’ Series Folds the Soul of Timelapses into Still Photos”

3. Mai 2021
von Geoffrey Clowes
Kommentare deaktiviert für An Insider’s Guide: How to Photograph a Concert, Start to Finish

An Insider’s Guide: How to Photograph a Concert, Start to Finish

I’m often told that being a professional concert photographer is the coolest job in the world. In order to dispel some myths surrounding what I do and also support others who want to get into the profession, I’m going to peel back the cu… Read the rest “An Insider’s Guide: How to Photograph a Concert, Start to Finish”

1. Mai 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why I’m Not Upgrading to Mirrorless Cameras as a Pro Photographer

Why I’m Not Upgrading to Mirrorless Cameras as a Pro Photographer

Mirrorless, mirrorless, ah the joys of mirrorless. Isn’t it better than DSLRs in every way possible? It may be. But honestly, I couldn’t care less. While that may sound egoistical, the reason I don’t care is that I’m not upgrading to mirrorl… Read the rest “Why I’m Not Upgrading to Mirrorless Cameras as a Pro Photographer”

1. Mai 2021
von Paul Melcher
Kommentare deaktiviert für What’s Really Behind Getty Images’ Acquisition of Unsplash

What’s Really Behind Getty Images’ Acquisition of Unsplash

It was so close to the first of April, it sounded like an April’s fool hoax: the gentle freedom-loving all sharing company would be selling to the greedy capitalistic money-making titan. Or, in other words, Getty Images was acquiring UnsplRead the rest “What’s Really Behind Getty Images’ Acquisition of Unsplash”

30. April 2021
von Will Seward
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Impermanence of Life Realizes the Importance of Photography

The Impermanence of Life Realizes the Importance of Photography

Just outside of the Twin Cities in Minnesota, in my childhood home’s partial basement, there were only two rooms without windows: the darkroom and the crawlspace, which younger me had deemed the “icky space.”

When the darkroom was in use, t… Read the rest “The Impermanence of Life Realizes the Importance of Photography”

30. April 2021
von Denis Hocking
Kommentare deaktiviert für The High Arctic: The Best Photographic Experience of my Life

The High Arctic: The Best Photographic Experience of my Life

I have an irrational fear of ships based on 90-minute voyages on car ferries across the relative calm of the English Channel and yet I was sitting with my wife, Fre, listening to Tony Spencer trying to convince us that we should join him on “the … Read the rest “The High Arctic: The Best Photographic Experience of my Life”

28. April 2021
von Chris Constantine
Kommentare deaktiviert für Action Packed: Photographing Mountain Bikers with the EOS R5

Action Packed: Photographing Mountain Bikers with the EOS R5

For most photographers, it’s been an interesting past year and my experience is no exception. My regular work shooting for commercial clients and agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area was upended by the Coronavirus pandemic, and keeping … Read the rest “Action Packed: Photographing Mountain Bikers with the EOS R5”

28. April 2021
von Alice Sun
Kommentare deaktiviert für 7 Things We All Can Do To Encourage Diversity in Nature Photography

7 Things We All Can Do To Encourage Diversity in Nature Photography

By now, we understand the need to cultivate diversity in conservation photography and filmmaking. Scientific analyses urge diversity across multiple disciplines. Countless articles criticize and dissect the lack of minorities in ph… Read the rest “7 Things We All Can Do To Encourage Diversity in Nature Photography”

28. April 2021
von Paul Melcher
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Licensable Web: Creators, Get Ready to Be Paid for Your Content

The Licensable Web: Creators, Get Ready to Be Paid for Your Content

The first iteration of the Internet, the one we are still somewhat experiencing, was built on the fundamental belief that content should be free.

In its early days, it was to be this fantastic social experiment where anyone and everyone wou… Read the rest “The Licensable Web: Creators, Get Ready to Be Paid for Your Content”

24. April 2021
von Lee Thirkellson
Kommentare deaktiviert für Like, Comment, Follow: Thoughts on Social Media as a Photographer

Like, Comment, Follow: Thoughts on Social Media as a Photographer

One of the most frequent questions I am asked is about social media likes and followers and how to ‘boost’ those numbers.

There are a few questions I will always ask:

1. Why? Simple first question. What is your goal? Why do you want more likes or … Read the rest “Like, Comment, Follow: Thoughts on Social Media as a Photographer”

23. April 2021
von Chris Frost
Kommentare deaktiviert für How the 2020 Landscape Photographer of the Year Photo Was Taken

How the 2020 Landscape Photographer of the Year Photo Was Taken

In October 2020, the family trip to the local zoo was interrupted by an unexpected telephone call – I had won the 2020 Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, a feat I had never imagined in my wildest dreams. This is the story of that im… Read the rest “How the 2020 Landscape Photographer of the Year Photo Was Taken”

22. April 2021
von Roberto Valenzuela
Kommentare deaktiviert für Is it Too Early to Resume In-Person Photography Events?

Is it Too Early to Resume In-Person Photography Events?

Since February 2020, the entire world has been experiencing what is likely a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic. No country was spared, and here at home in the United States, we somehow managed to be one of the most infected countries on the plane… Read the rest “Is it Too Early to Resume In-Person Photography Events?”