This week’s photography links as usual, will blow your away. There is SO MUCH high-quality content being put out these days, it’d be a shame to miss it!
William Jackson was one of America’s great landscape photographers from the 19th and 20th Century and through the Civil War. Many of these images are of course, in black and white, however, some have been beautifully converted to color
Let’s look at something every so slightly different today – how to photograph vertical landscapes. Get creative and work on a new technique! You might just get more (landscape) than you bargained for.
Yes, another 5 more time-saving tips for adobe lightroom which you can apply to your photography post production workflow right away! Let the pros figure all this stuff out so you can just breeze through Lightroom like you’ve known these tips all along.
There is nothing quite as motivating in life as a good old-fashioned public embarrassment. What I’m about to tell you happened a number of years ago. I wish that I could say that I was in the infancy of my photographic life- but the truth is I’d been at it for a number of years. […]
Zoe Wetherall is a Melbourne-born photographer based in New York City. She’s got an incredible eye for seeking lines, shapes & abstract patterns from chaos. Specifically, urban scenes which to the average onlooker appear dull, uninteresting and just nothing of any interest. See how she does it.
Felix Hernandez is quite some artist! These photographs he’s taken only show the end results of a huge amount of work and meticulous attention to detail.
Another great roundup of photography links by Toad Hollow Photography – this week’s special list of published global articles will be sure to impress you for quite some time! Get involved and unwind for a while.
Father and daughter duo, Frank and Frances Carpenter were photographers, journalists, and writers from the early part of the 20th Century. Here’s some of their STUNNING work!
Vincent Bal is producing some quite stunning photographs with his creative abilities to merge light, shadows and shapes combined with some seriously clever illustrations!