Like starscapes? Like winter? Then you’ll love Joris Kiredjian’s photograph of frozen trees on Mont Pilat in the Massif-Central region of eastern France: Kiredjian describes his photography as a “modest manner of paying tribute to landscapes that I admire and respect”. He shoots with a Nikon D800.
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Got a case of the holiday blues? Delve into Alicja Zmyslowska‘s wonderful canine portraits, starting with these three happy border collies: Madlene, Sorin, and Zoe are trained and cared for by dog trainer Patrycja Kowalczyk in Poland. Zmyslowska shot this image with a Canon 5D Mark III at 85mm, 1/800 of a second, f/1.8, and […]
Today’s interesting photo is the perfect combination of amazing landscape and stunning nightscape. Photographer Royce Bair captured this truly surreal shot of the Milky Way over Yellowstone Falls: Baird shot this 15 second exposure with a Canon 5D Mark III and a 24mm f/1.4 lens. At first glance, one might think that this is some […]
Photographer Lazar Ovidiu has managed to make a frozen landscape look almost warm in this magical shot of a sunset over Romania: Ovidiu captured this photograph on the Ceahlau Massif, a mountain in the Carpathians, using a Canon 7D and Tokina’s 12-24mm ultrawide lens.
Look at this! There aren’t very many photographs of photographers photographing that are quite as impressive as what you see in this setup. I don’t know about you, but I’ve just figured out what I want to do when I grow up. Adventure photographer Corey Rich is seen here capturing a shot of famous free […]
Want to get more mileage out of your iPhone camera? Kai Wong has a list of out-of-the-ordinary suggestions for you in the following video: 1. Use your headphones as a remote control If you’ve got the current incarnation of iPhone earbuds, you can use the volume control on the cord as a remote control. This […]
Randy Scott Slavin, a New York based photographer and director, has created a series called Alternate Perspectives. Slavin creates otherworldly images by merging multiple shots into a stereographic projection or 360° panorama. This fantastic shot is called “Big Sur”: Slavin’s work has been shown in galleries and was featured in the December 2012 issue of […]
We all want our photographs to be tack sharp, right? Photoshop can help with that, but there are a bewildering number of choices when it comes to sharpening your images. Deke McClelland is here to demystify how Photoshop’s sharpening filters work: How to Sharpen Your Photos in Photoshop When preparing to sharpen an image, you’ll […]
Have you tried light painting yet? (If not, maybe you should—it’s a blast!) If so, prepare to be impressed and probably humbled. Photographer and light painter extraordinaire Darren Pearson will blow your mind with his combination of stop-motion film and LED artistry: If you’re not familiar with what light painting is and how it’s done, […]
It’s easy to get caught up in technical details and Photoshop tricks, but sometimes we all need a reminder to get back to basics. Photographer Joshua Cripps has some great tips on how to get better results in your photography by paying attention to composition in the following video: Cripps explains that for many people, […]