Magical Places Fine Art Online Photography Magazine Posted by Andrew S Gibson on April 15th 2014 The Visual Imagination In Slow I wrote about, amongst other techniques utilising slow shutter speeds, using intentional camera movement to create expressive photos that capture atmosphere and emotion. David duChemin takes that idea further in his new ebook The Visual Imagination, released this week at Craft & Vision. Read the rest of this entry » Posted by Andrew S Gibson on April 08th 2014
Photography News photography We tend to love animals even from a very young age. Some of the first words we learn (and first things we recognize) are “dog,” “cat,” and other usual animals for our areas. We even learn the sounds animals make when we’re wee young things – cows go “moo” right? Sacramento Bee MOUNT FUJI, Japan (AP) -- They trudge up well-trod cinder paths by the thousands, headlamps glowing in the dark, and then settle in, shivering, to await and cheer the sun's blazing ascent over the horizon. Climbing Mount Fuji, Japan's most iconic landmark, is a group activity: Seldom is it climbed in solitude. The recent recognition of the 3,776-meter (12,388-foot) peak as a UNESCO World Heritage site has many here worried that it will draw still more people, adding to the wear and tear on the environment from the more than 300,000 who already climb the mountain each year. Safety is another concern. At least seven people died and 70 were hurt climbing Fuji in 2012, and traffic jams of climbers in the pre-dawn darkness can add to the risks, says Shomei Yokouchi, governor of Yamanashi, the area to the west. (20 images)
Top 100 Travel Photography Blogs - Photography Colleges Posted by Site Administrator in article Apr 13th, 2010 One incredible benefit of the Internet is the ability for travelers to share their experience with others via their blogs. This list compiles 100 of the best travel photography blogs, all of which do just that. Whether you are an art student who appreciates photography from places around the world or are an armchair travel buff, these travel photography blogs are sure to fulfill your desire for awe-inspiring photography. People and Their Culture P H O T O J O U R N A L I S M L I N K S The Art Book: An Interview with Matt Johnston of the Photo Book Club I was interviewed recently by Sara Potter of ‘The Art Book Group‘ who have published a book on art books. It will be available shortly and I shall post a link to it, but in the meantime here is my conversation with Sara on the future of photobooks for anyone interested. SP: Where did the idea for The Photo Book Club come from?MJ: Essentially, the club came out of my own desire to learn more about photobooks, I was discovering old books all the time with the help of bibliophile Wayne Ford and was enthralled by them.
Plog Photo Blog Captured Photo Blog has moved Posted Jun 02, 2015 Click here to see the latest posts from The Denver Post Captured Photo Blog. Pictures of Moments Speak More than Thousand Words...... Picture can speak thousands of words. Random pictures of insignificant moments always been the most important and most valuable. Photographers and painters beautifully imprint huge number of events, objects and types. Some do it by accident on the momentary desire. Others do it in order to fix the time for the future. For me they are really different and thoughtful, simple but speak lots of words……… Top 13 “Milk Splash” images from the best photographers By Alex Koloskov posted on December 16th, 2011 | This is a list of the best milk splash images from different photographers around the world for your inspiration.
DEVELOP Tube: Photography to Watch The DEVELOP Tube Photography Video Channel is an educational resource which features interviews, multimedia, lectures & films in photojournalism, documentary & fine art photography. Browse DEVELOP Tube through the main Channel or through its catalogue of over 270 albums featuring videos, bios and links to individual photographers and organizations. SEARCH THE ALBUMS: vimeo.com/developphoto/albums/sort:alphabetical/format:detail Love Love us?
World Press Photo Of The Year 2010 The World Press Photo Of The Year Contest is one of the most prestigious annual events for press photographers. These are the winners in 2010. Read the descriptions underneath each image to find out more about the setting and the photographer.Warning: Some images are graphic in displaying the horror that can be human life.UPDATE: Check out our World Press Photo Of The Year 2011 edition. 101.
Showcasing Everything Urban Ukraine has been going through many tremendous events the last few months. Peaceful protests escalated to bloody clashes between protesters and police forces resulting into around 100 people dead and many more injured. As the destiny of the situation is still unclear people of Ukraine will not let go of their righteous will. Freedom shall ultimately prevail. Here we picked some chronological pictures of the events from Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) and surrounding streets in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Conceptual photography inspiration from Brian Oldham “ I’m a nineteen year old conceptual photographer from Southern California. I strive to create unique, realistic images with a surreal twist. I have been taking photos for a little over a year, and my passion for photography continues to grow each day. “ ~ Brian Oldham For more conceptual photography inspiration from Brian Oldham, you can visit his website right here.