This week, we share with you a photo from Andy Herbon’s collection, a reinterpretation on a classic landmark shot. Are reiterations of classic photos a bad thing? We think not. Besides, we happen to like Andy’s photo. Read on to see why.
Photographers have a voice unparalleled. Featuring the work of photographer Ken Cadel, we not only explore the vocal power of a great photo, but we explore how composition and processing can be tools when used sparingly.
Color is a powerful and dynamic building block. In this photographer spotlight of John McGraw and his work, we show you just how powerful color really can be. McGraw’s work is inspiring, but his use of color in his photos is incredible. Read on to see what you can learn from McGraw’s work.
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.
Brian Day is a photographer who has inspired us for many years. In this long overdue spotlight, we discuss his brand recognition and the quality of his black & white images.
Art captures art: Photography of objects and spaces created by others. Today’s lesson features the inspiring architectural photography of Mark Heath.
We explore ruins and abandoned structures for this month’s common photo theme. We learn to see the inner beauty of the otherwise ugly spaces littered with rust, peeling paint and dirt.
Photographer Linda Goodhue, and her photograph “Glow of Old Havana”, teaches us that vacation snapshots can still be portfolio-worthy.
Featuring the work of James Attree, we discover how color can enhance – but depends on – great photo composition. Be inspired and learn about the relationship between color and other components.