One thing I love about photography is when people take different approaches on it. Tom Ryaboi does that extremely well. Granted, some of these shots are your standard architectural/urban shots, however, most of them are stunning. The main thing I am wondering about Toms shot on the roof of the building, is it real? Composite? What do you guys think? [more]
A lot of photographers today use digital for ease of storage, easy viewing, and just quicker shooting. There are those who still stay true to film and make art with it, not just pictures. Nicola Odemann is a 20 year old photographer who has taken up the film medium and has done some awesome things with it. [more]
Shooting live performances is not always easy. Sometimes the lighting is bad (sometimes its much worse than that), sometimes your angle is not too interesting, and sometimes people in the crowd can get in the frame and kill a good catch. But sometimes you’re exactly in the right spot with the right lens; and with the right timing you can capture a perfect action shot of the performer, or of his fans. Check out these great live concert photos found on Flickr and let us know which are your favorites.
Here we are, back again with another young, incredible artist. Vilde Indrehus is a 17 year old photographer from Norway. I know this whole “Instagram” look has been done over and over yet there is just something about all these shots that gets me. The composition, DOF, ideas, everything just comes together so nicely. Its so nice to see young talent popping up. Gives me some hope for the future generations. [more]
It could be the aftermath of a war, or the result of a strong Tsunami. It could be the destruction of a Hurricane, or the Devastation of a terror attack. The moment after something horrible happens, is also the moment people capture powerful images of (bad) historic events. We all remember few iconic shots of such events, photos we’ve seen for hundreds of times on TV, in newspapers or just online. This is why I chose to feature very powerful images you probably never saw before.
“My name is Carlos Resende. I am 41 years old and I live in Lisbon, Portugal. I am an amateur photographer who is very passionate about the art of landscape photography.
Not having inherited any photographic genes in my DNA, I would say that photography came into my life by accident. It resulted from my need to find a replacement for my previous ‘hobby’ which used to be Archery. [more]
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]
” My name is Laina Briedis. I’ve lived on Long Island all my life, and for as long as I can remember I have been captivated with the concept, practice, and art of photography. You could say that I very often try to live vicariously though my pictures- each still frame is a dream I had once, an attempt to capture or at least encompass some aspect of infinity. [more]
With all the DSLRs out right now, not to many people still shoot film. Baohien Ngo is one of the few who does and does it well. The images are what you would expect; colorful, great skin tones, that awesome film grain. You just can’t go wrong with film! [more]
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]
“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]