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.
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.
Don’t let the loose framework of a photowalk be cause for uninspired photography. Get the best by setting specific goals. In this article, we’ll talk about the benefits of a focused plan and we’ll share some tips on how you can set some goals and get the most out of your next photowalk.
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.
For this month’s Get Pushed, we’re featuring a beautiful image by Niall McCracken, who was challenged to photograph a pretty pink flower. We’ll get into Niall’s mind and process during the creation of this photograph.
This month, we feature a number of inspiring photographs from members of our Flickr Pool that dramatically features the sky…in Black & White.
In an effort to curbing gear lust, we look back at what Ansel Adams was able to accomplish with his “archaic” equipment that is rivaled by even the cheapest gear today.
The self portraiture of see . jane . snap is a window into her soul and into our own minds. We explore her work in this Photographer Spotlight
Passion is absolutely necessary for any photographer to excel at his craft. We explore the passions of famous photographers and discuss why you should shoot your passions as well.
The Get Pushed Group on Flickr has earned a special place in our pages in the form of a monthly round-up. This first installment serves to introduce our readers to the group, and to the new column. Be prepared to be challenged and inspired.