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I'm Rob, the editor of Light Stalking. I try to keep this ship on course.

10 Places You Can Get Photography Freebies


Photography can get to be an expensive hobby pretty quickly. The software, the lenses, the bag you just had to have… not to mention the actual CAMERA. So why not take advantage of the free photography resources available to you? Below are a few places to make your budget happy – websites that offer absolutely […]

How to Start a Photography Blog That Rocks


So you have been thinking about how to start a photography blog to go along with your shooting and you’re wondering how to get started. Well, you’ve come to the right place! Since the beginning of Light Stalking, we have learned a huge amount about how to start and maintain a popular photography blog. The […]

Beth Moon’s Photographs of Ancient Trees Will Inspire You


In photography, you will often hear people talking about building a “meaningful” body of work. When you start to try to do that, you begin to realise how difficult it can be. That is why Beth Moon’s work really gave us pause. The San Fancisco based photographer has been on a mission for the last […]

21 Works of Photo Artistry That Will Blow Your Mind


Great photography is all well and good.  But some photographers — perhaps tired of creating the same landscapes as everyone else, the same portraits as everyone else — are now pushing their work further … and creating compositions truly fit for fine art canvas. This not only makes them more valuable to their clients and […]

These Haunting 1913 Portraits Are From the Beginnings of Colour Photography


Thanks to the folks at The National Media Museum these amazing photographs by Mervyn O’Gorman have been getting a lot of attention lately. Taken at Dorset in 1913, these photographs of his daughter show us some wonderful versions of the Autochrome Lumière process. Autochrome Lumière was a process for colour photography invented in France in 1903, marketed in 1907 […]