When is a subject both transparent and right before your eyes at the same time? When is unorthodox lighting incredibly appealing? Read on to see why Kika Clore-Gronenborn’s photo, “Sepia”, breaks all the rules but remains inspirational.
Browsing: Inspiring Photos
This week, I share with you a photo by Mark J. Sanders who offers a new spin on the concept of silhouette photography. To see the photo and my thoughts, read on.
This week, we share with you the work of Sue Thompson, an inspiring all-around photographer with a knack for macro. Read on to view “Star Drops”, just one example of her talents, and see our thoughts.
See the work of Mlss Lujansky, a contributor to the [email protected] Group, who has brought us this wonderful example of silhouette photography. Read on to see the photograph and to see what you can learn from it.
Are Cliche’s, well…cliche? I would argue that they are practiced, tried and true shots. To prove the point, we would like to introduce you to the latest [email protected] showcase: An untitled photograph from the mind and camera of Tim Soderstrom. Read on to see what we have to say about his photo.
Simplicity and quality of light are the reasons for sharing this shot by David Clark, “Summer Chair”, from the Shutter Photo on Flickr. But why is this photograph able to teach us so much? Read on to see the complete photograph and learn everything you can from it.
Vmaddalena’s work is the latest photo to be featured from the Shutter Photo on Flickr pool. The shot is called “Sunset”, which is anything but the typical sunset photo. Continue reading to see the complete photograph and see why we think this shot is worth sharing with everyone.