In a photo that blends chaos and order, photographer Rachael Switalski reminds us that we don’t always need to have a clear subject, nor do we need to make a statement, to have a great photograph. Sometimes, the chaos creates interest in and of itself.
This week we share the work of Gerald Chan who has paved the way to an excellent photo composition using the Line building block of design. By embracing and featuring the line of the path in his work, he has captured our eye. Read on to be inspired and learn more about this photograph.
Have you ever wanted to create some creepy photographs? In this article, we discuss and share tips on how you can create some truly creepy photographs.
This month, we feature a number of inspiring photographs from members of our Flickr Pool that dramatically features the sky…in Black & White.
This week we feature the photo, “Lost Screw”, by Djura Stankovic, who is among the Shutter Photo royalty. We’ll explore how Djura tells such an interesting story of (and using) such a simple subject. Read on to be inspired.
“It’s All About Light!” is the title of Reina Smallenbroek’s photograph, and that says it all. This week, we explore Reina’s photograph and how the light has not only enhanced an otherwise perfect photograph, but it has defined and characterized the photo. Read on to see how light added character to this scene.
We are once again happy to feature the work of Shrobha Srinivasan, a regular contributor to the SP@Flickr Group and frequent inspirer of its members. This week, we would like to introduce another of her simple and elegant compositions, “Two Is Better Than One!”, as we discuss positive/negative balance in composition. Read on to be inspired and to learn about this often overlooked compositional approach.
Early mornings are difficult for many of us. But a groggy, slow morning is a small trade for what photo opportunities you would otherwise miss. This week, we learn from photographer Ray Rhodes’s photograph, “Sign of Depression”, just why it’s worth waking up so early. Read on to view and learn about Ray’s inspiring photograph.
This week, we feature a photo from the mind of Djura Stankovic. Using his photo to aid in our discussion, “Bridge Railings / Lindau on Lake Constance”, we explore the capabilities of shooting simple subjects and presenting them in ways that our viewers could only imagine. In photography, it’s a fine line between what is real and what is imagined. We try to push its boundaries often. Read on to learn about Djura’s photo and to be inspired.