Featuring the work of Zaedah Black, we learn about the power of observation and not letting features disappear into our environment. Though both are very important, seeing is more important than technical aspects that must follow.
Do you recognize this famous landmark? Photographer Chris Soukup demonstrates that dedication and perseverance yields great results in the ever-changing environment around an otherwise well-known scene.
Times Square is perhaps not the easiest location to shoot, especially in the middle of traffic, but Ari Friedman’s contribution for Get Pushed pulled it off quite well. Through Ari’s patience and his work with layering of multiple photos, the finished image is stunning. Rachel Interviews Ari on the photo and his process.
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 James Attree, we discover how color can enhance – but depends on – great photo composition. Be inspired and learn about the relationship between color and other components.
Steve Ives shakes things up with “Chestnut Glow”, an interesting and mesmerizing photo taken in an otherwise uninteresting location. The difference is the light from the sun, captured at just the right moment, rendering the scene beautiful and captivating. Steve’s photo is featured to demonstrate just how powerful and beautiful light can truly be.
After seeing Thamer Al-Hassan’s nighttime photo, “St. Paul’s & Millennium Bridge”, featuring London, you would be hard pressed to find a photo so dramatic and mesmerizing. Nighttime photography brings out a whole new character in the city. We briefly discuss this fact featuring Thamer’s photo as part of the discussion.
Black & White vs. Color – a debate often conducted between two separate photographers. But today, we bring you the work of Mark Heath who has produced both a black & white and a color version of the same photograph. Such a scenario teaches us much. But which format is better?
Kevin Thornhill returns the limelight with an interesting and inspirational sunset photo above the skyline of London. Is it possible to make sunset photos better? We think so. And Kevin’s work is proof.