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.
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.
We got our hands on the brand new Sigma APO Macro 180mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM Lens for a hands on review. Will it stand up to our scrutiny?
“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.
Spring is in the air and we just want to get outside. Many of us pick up our cameras and tripods and spend these early months photographing the spring blossoms. And so this week, we thought we’d inspire you with a common photographic theme featuring our favorite close-up subject: Flowers.
Today, we present to you a very, very serious and well presented photo of a toy. Owen Franssen and his choice of subject matter is a reminder that we shouldn’t get too serious. Read on to be inspired by Owen’s work and to learn more about his photo, ‘Indiana Portrait’
DANGER! Sue Thompson, a perennial at the Shutter Photo @ Flickr Group, has a new camera. And it hasn’t hurt her at all. We once again spotlight one of her macro photographs for this week’s inspiration. We also learn an important lesson about how equipment affects our work.
What do writers do in their spare time? They do photography. In this Photographer Spotlight, we would like to introduce you to Chuck Wendig, an established writer who has quite an eye for Macro Photography. To see some examples of his fine work, and to learn why Chuck’s work is so special, read on.