Sometimes we are inspired by our own mood and it takes just the right photo – a perfect photo like this one by Gerald Chan – to bring such emotions to the surface. We’ll discuss how high key photography is used to create such an excellent photograph of such a simple subject.
As we continue our creepy photo tour, we explore a detail-oriented photo from Bethany Helzer. We’ll explore how such an emotion can be pulled out of such a tightly framed shot of such a simple subject.
This month, we explore eyes as a common theme among our Flickr pool. As one of the most emotive features of the human body, the eyes are powerful in almost every portrait. But what if the eyes are the subject alone? Read on to be inspired.
If you’ve found yourself short on ideas, much can be learned by Lukas Hetzmannseder’s photo, “Looking Forward”, which teaches us that great photos aren’t found, they are created.
Get Pushed Group Moderator, Rachel Melton, looks back at 2012 to discuss how the popular Flickr Group has helped to challenge and improve her photography. It’s a story not unlike that of the many members of the group.
Several weeks ago, when I had been loaned the incredible Sigma APO Macro 180mm (OS)…
Another round of Get Pushed completed, another great set of responses. This month, we feature the response of photographer Ken Harris with his splash photography challenge. Read on to learn more about the shot and about Ken.
Featuring photographer Heather Utterback’s photo, “Crumbling Layers”, we explore the delicate balance between details and context. Getting close up introduces new scope and new interests. Read on to be inspired.
Wrapping up round 25 of the Get Pushed Flickr Group, we feature three great and inspiring photos from the likes of Diana Sussellman, Rich Levine and Sue F. Read on for our monthly wrap-up.
“Gerbera Daisies”, a photo by Ryan Shaffter, does not follow traditional compositional techniques and it breaks several rules along the way. But we feel that the photo is the better for it, as it is far more interesting and more aesthetically pleasing than it could be. Read on to see a large photo and learn about the power behind this photo.