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Breathtaking Landscape Photography By Fakrul Jamil

I’ve never been one to take landscape pictures. I just don’t like any that I take. I can’t seem to get the composition right or lighting. I am a portrait photographer. It’s what I do. However, I greatly appreciate photographers who are able to capture the true beauty of a certain location. Photographers, like Fakrul, are able to do just that. The perfect exposure, bringing out details I would never have noticed had I been the one to take the shot. [more]

Gorgeous Photography By Javier Gil

“I started using Photoshop since i was a little kid, I would use a 1 mega pixel camera and invite my friends over. I would then take photos of them and photoshop them really tiny fighting my toys and what not. I think after that, I’ve always had an interest in photography. One funny thing though, i failed photography and Photoshop twice in high school. Just because i never wanted to do the projects our teacher gave us. Instead i would Photoshop the teacher like hulk and what not. Ha hah. I have never done a 365 or 52 project, even though I’m dying to do one. Just don’t think i have the time at the moment.” – Javier Gil [more]

Shinichi Maruyama Photographs Nude Dancers With Long Exposures And Creates Interesting Results

Shinichi Maruyama is a fine art photographer based in New York City who specializes in abstract images which feature natural forms captured in a variety of ways. For one of his most recent projects, Shinichi photographed nude dancers using long exposure photography to create some very interesting (and beautiful, to boot) images. [more]

The Beautiful 150 Year Old Craft Of Tinytype

Matt Morris has created this wonderful short documentary about Harry Taylor and his passion.”After a personal tragedy, Harry discovered a passion for the 150-year-old craft of tintype photography”. His outlook on photography is very fascinating. Dabling between digital and tintype Harry has found that working with the tintype process much more rewarding. [more]

Gorgeous Black And White Photography By Ali Muhammad

I love B&W photography. There is just something about it that captures you and makes you sit there and stare at it. The work of Ali Muhammad does just that. Though im not the biggest fan of the crops on these shots, I can push that aside and just stare. [more]

Inspiring Photography By Mahmoud Hiepo

Not all photography has to fallow the rules. You don’t have to shoot people, buildings, or anything in particular. If you see something that looks cool to shoot, shoot it. Thats what Mahmoud Hiepo does and does it well. [more]

Portrait Photography By Jackie Luo

As I have said in earlier posts, photographers are getting younger and younger. Jackie Luo is a seventeen year-old photographer based in Houston, Texas. She is also the editor-in-cheif of ACHE Magazine. [more]

Creative Self-Portrait and Surreal Photography By Conner Allen

Conner Allen is a 19 year old conceptual portrait photographer from Spokane WA. He has some very interesting and inspiring images. He shoots mostly darker themed shoots yet shoots weddings and senior pictures as well. [more]

Creative Self Portraits By Olga Valeska

“I’m a 21 year-old self-taught fine art photographer from France. As a child, I early found shelter in my imagination. I started to feel interest for art very quickly, through painting, drawing, writing, sculpting, making objects and costumes… At the age of 18, I started making pictures, but it was not until the age of 20 that I realized how fantastic a medium photography was, allowing me to combine all these passions. [more]

Gorgeous Photography By Lemisiewicz Tomasz

I know a lot of people are on the Instagram kick right now. Even when shooting with normal DSLRs, they still like the look of the rustic, old, grainy photos. So if you like Instagram style photos, these is for you. If not, there is nothing to see here, move along. [more]

Inspiring Photography By Lorena Arance

“Ever since I was young I’ve always had the urge to preserve moments of my life. First by keeping a journal, then by collecting smells into little boxes (though that did not work very well as you can imagine, still for a little girl that was very disappointing). [more]

Portrait Photography Inspiration By Valentina Sarritzu

It’s amazing how young the photographers are getting now. Some of these photographers are only 16,17,18. It’s crazy! Valentina Sarritzu is one of those young photographers. [more]

BTS Video of Day to Night Photography

Many of us have already seen the amazing photographic series by Stephen Wilkes titled “Day to Night” – in fact we even featured some of his photos here in a post on Fstoppers back last August. The CBS Morning show caught up with Wilkes and did a behind the scenes video with him demonstrating his technique, thought process and how he goes about combining the images. The video, while produced for a general audience, is still a great watch for photographers to be inspired.  [more]

The Intersection of Art, Architecture, And Photography: The Art Of Felice Varini

Ready to have your mind blown? Check out these installations by Swiss artist Felice Varini, in which he painstakingly paints patterns and designs into enormous spaces in such a way that from one specific angle, they look entirely surreal. This concept is nothing new, (we’ve all seen those chalk drawings on the street) but the scale and size of Varini’s installations is simply incredible. But what does this have to do with photography, you ask? [more]

The Photography Of Cole Rise

From shooting landscapes to conceptual shots, Cole Rise does it all. His work is the type that draws you in and makes you sit there and wonder. Makes you think and brings you emotion. You may have seen some of his work in magazines, art blogs, CD covers, or used one of his filters on Instagram. [more]

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