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.
Browsing: Photographer Spotlight
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.
Brian Day is a photographer who has inspired us for many years. In this long overdue spotlight, we discuss his brand recognition and the quality of his black & white images.
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
Photographer Kevin Thornhill – a long time contributor of the Shutter Photo & Flickr Group – has really evolved a great deal over the years. With his roots in street photography, he seems to have made a successful transition into the world of Fashion Photography. This is something we cannot overlook, and so we are featuring him in this Photographer Spotlight to share some of his current great works.
First published on August 31, 2010, we took a exploration of Photographer Ray Rhodes’s portfolio, focusing specifically on his love of the open road. Ray’s work continues to inspire us, but it’s great to look back at this feature article and see how far he’s come, and appreciate how much he’s built on this foundation.
It’s easy to fall into a monotonous routine. To stay inspired, many photographers have side projects featuring similar subjects or a common theme. This week, we feature photographer Dennis Maitland who has an ongoing project, “Life On The Edge”, which features the photographer sitting on the edge of tall buildings. Acrophobes may not wish to read on, but if you want to be inspired by Dennis’s project, you should read on.
Texture as a primary (or single) subject poses a few compositional challenges. Colin Bugella, who’s work is featured here, teaches us a few things as he explores textures in his own photography.
Flashback: We take you back to our publication in October of 2009 when we spotlighted the photographic works of photographer David Clark. The photos are not his most recent, but the inspiration is still appropriate.