While playing with composition, you’ve probably come to understand the notion of a “frame within a frame.” It’s interesting how many opportunities there are for framing the scenes around us, and yet they often go unnoticed. Maybe it’s a plain open window with a view of the mountains or the frame of the glasses that […]
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Winter is a perfect season for photographers! Everything seems so peaceful, clean, and sharp. The light reflecting from the frozen nature around us gives us a great opportunity to capture some of the most amazing creations in the world. Here are some inspiring examples from photographers sharing the same willingness to suffer numb fingers and toes […]
The city of light, as they often call it, is an amazing European city everyone should visit once in a lifetime. No matter if you’re traveling with the love of your life or exploring the city on your own with the backpack on your back, there is always something magical to see behind every corner. […]
Symmetry is a mapping of figures in geometry, and through the lens of a camera, it’s something that puts a scene in harmony and makes the composition more pleasing to the eye. How often do we even see it? How often do we notice that the left and right side of the subject are balanced? These […]
Where will you travel next? Photographers are known for planning their vacations based on the possible photo opportunities. One country that is often overlooked is Iceland. It’s a landscape photographer’s paradise. Check out what we found: Are you convinced that Iceland should be your next destination? Check out Expedition to Iceland for Timelapse Photography for more […]
Blink and you’ll miss it! This week we found some of the most breathtaking, adrenaline pumping scenes. If you’re into motocross, parkour, kite surfing, paragliding, rock climbing, sky diving, or any other extreme sport, you’re gonna enjoy this! If you enjoyed these, check out Scott Markewitz’s tips for shooting extreme sports.
Of all the landscapes I have photographed, mountains remain one of the most difficult to capture well. But I’ve found some amazing examples from photographers who really pulled it off: For more inspiration and some tips, check out 5 Landscape Photography Tips for Photographing Mountains.
Since we’ve just passed the holidays—the time of the year when we usually spend lots of time with our loves ones—we thought we’d highlight some photos of beautiful families in the animal world. This is what we found: Show us your own animal family photos in a comment below. Also, take a look at the […]
Family portraits are warm and tell tons of different stories. They remind us of the most beautiful moments spent in the company of our loved ones and bring us back through time. The best family photos capture sincere emotion and illustrate our relationships. Here are some great examples: For more great ideas, check out tips […]
Fairy tales are stories of things that happened, as they always say, a long time ago. They show us the world of magic and untold mysteries. These fairy tale photos can make a story all on their own. If a photograph is worth 1,000 words, what do you think these photographs say? Do you have […]