This week, we feature the work of Rich Levine. From the same photo, he created two versions, one cropped for focus. Which is the Stronger photo? We’ll share our views and outline our feelings.
Today we feature a body of work by inspiring photographer Christoph Hetzmannseder. His work is quite versatile, so we’ll be focusing on the way he uses negative space to tell a story, captivate and inspire us all.
Featuring a story-telling photograph by Heather Binns, we are inspired both technically and spiritually. We explore the message in the photograph as well as the methods and compositional means in which she tells the story.
The balance in this photograph by Dante Fratto isn’t readily apparent to everyone. Featuring just one of the many ways to find balance, we discuss how your brain never seems to miss a beat, even if we can’t put it into words.
Eggs, forks and light painting…Shawn Ducharme makes art out of a simple composition. Get some behind-the-scenes insight as Rachel interviews Shawn about his photograph.
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.
In a discussion Amanda J. Cain’s photograph, “Illusion!”, we explore what it takes to make great portraits with nothing while catching eyes through other means. Catching eyes is only the start. Fortunately, Amanda’s photo backs it up with great composition and lighting.
Photographer DeShaun Craddock makes it all look easy with his photograph of a common urban scene. In this article, we discuss the complexities of the shot as well as the commentary that he makes with it.
Featuring the work of Sylvia van Nerum, we discuss how a framing technique referred to as the dutch tilt can help to introduce tension into a photograph. This is just one way to connect with the viewer emotionally.