This week, we go behind the scenes with Kenny Shepard featuring his photo, “No. 258 of 365”, which reminds us that photography should be fun to do and see.
Photography can be molded, manipulated and tweaked in much the same way as clay or oil paints. This week, we feature Bob Hallam’s photo, “Keen Observation”, which shows us how thin and how fuzzy the line between reality and fantasy just might be.
Andrea Calvi explores the combination of Shape and Color, two components of design, in his architectural photograph of a spiral staircase viewed from an interesting perspective. We discuss his photograph and his approach in this week’s inspirational pick.
Wrapping up Get Pushed, Round 25, we highlight three inspiring photos from the group. Read on to be inspired by these great works.
Performance Art is a medium that serves well to compliment the works of portrait photographers. We happened upon a Flickr Group contributor, Kevin Corrado, who excels at blending performance art with his photography. His portraits will intrigue, inspire and motivate you and your works. Read on to learn about this photograph and to learn why Kevin’s formula is so thought provoking.
We love simplicity here at Shutter Photo. Simplicity is one thing that we all, as…
This week, we explore the calming photography of Shobha Srinivasan with her photo: “If I had One Wish…”. Shobha’s work teaches us that you don’t need a whole lot to stoke an emotion. We’ll discuss the photo and how it affects moods. We’ll also discuss how you can use these tools in your own photographs to influence a viewer’s mood.
Having just gotten past a pretty important holiday in the United States, Independence Day, we are reminded of the importance of taking up a camera on such important cultural holidays – regardless of where you call home. As photographer Caleb Long demonstrates with his photo, “Star Spangled Banner”, cultural holidays can be inspiration in-and-of themselves and we shouldn’t be afraid of cliche in such cases. Read on to learn how to shoot what matters and be inspired.
Travel with us as we wander through the lens of Fernando Gros. Like much of his work, “HK-Everyday179” is a fine example of blurring the lines between reality and fantasy. Read on to learn why this photo is both inspiring and motivating.