One of the cool things about being able to spend your days looking for cool photography stories online is that sometimes you find something really unexpected. Like the conservators from the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust who stumbled across a cache of undeveloped negatives a couple of years ago when doing a restoration project on […]
The recent announcement by Leica that they are entering the mirrorless camera market with the new Leica SL is one of the more exciting mirrorless camera announcements of recent times. For us, the interesting thing (before we get our hands on one) is to check out how the rest of the photography world is reacting […]
No camera or lens is perfect and quite often you will get a different result in your images to what you remember seeing. Quite often, this is just a factor of our gear not being as sophisticated as a human eye. But there are a few common issues to do with lenses that are quite […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Those of you who follow Light Stalking regularly will probably recall photographer Gavin Heffernan whose time-lapse work we have featured before. Well, never one to rest on his laurels, Gavin has been at it again. The below images of the milky way shot from one of the most light-polluted cities in the world – Los […]
Cyber Monday is about the best time of the year for photographers to get in and grab a bargain on those purchases they have been thinking about. And this year is a bumper crop. If you’re lucky, a few of the Black Friday deals for photographers that we mentioned last week (and the education deals) will still be going. But the ones below definitely are and you should jump on them as most will be gone on Tuesday!
If you’re looking to up skill your photography quickly and cheaply, then Black Friday is a great day to take advantage of. The deals from photography educators are running fast and thick and the savings are huge. This weekend (Friday and Cyber Monday) are pretty much the biggest chance of the year for these deals so grab them while they’re up. Here are the products with discounts we have been able to find so far!
Photographing kids is always fun, but it can also be extremely challenging and doing it in a creative way is downright difficult. That is why we were pleasantly surprised to come across the photography of Wes Armson. Wes has some exceptionally creative ways of photographing his own kids and was kind enough to let us share some of his results here on Light Stalking. Take a bit of inspiration from his creative photographs of his children.