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Minimalism, Because Sometimes Less Is More

As photographers, we sometimes tend to make tight compositions and make the main subject in the photo take over a large area of the frame. We feel that if its important, we need to focus on it, make it apparent and zoom on it. Sometimes, zooming out or stepping back and making your main subject take only a tiny area of the frame, can do magic to your images. Check out these great images of minimalism found on Flickr.

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Photo of Baby Grabbing Doctor’s Finger During C-Section Goes Viral

An Arizona doctor was surprised while performing a routine C-section when the baby reached up and grabbed his finger. The moment was captured by the baby’s father Randy and the couple originally kept the photo secret thinking it would not be received well by others. The mom, Alicia who happens to be a photographer in Glendale, Arizona decided to release the photo on December 26th on her Facebook page. Since then the image has received 9,000 likes, over 5,000 shares and her number of fans on her page has grown tremendously. [more]

The iPhone Art Of Brock Davis

I usually pay zero attention to things happening on Instagram, but I was recently linked to a selection of Brock Davis‘ favorite iPhone photos from 2012 and I had to share these. Brock obviously has a keen eye for graphic design and uses that to create some compelling art using his iPhone. Be sure to click through to his full selection of favorites at the end of the post, he has around 60 that are absolutely worth checking out. [more]

The Photographs That Inspired Norman Rockwell’s Paintings

It’s always wonderful seeing the world of painting and photography come together. Norman Rockwell is an iconic painter that depicted the everyday American life in a unique way. Recently, the Norman Rockwell Museum showcased some of the images that served as an inspiration for his paintings.  [more]

The Incredibly Intricate Light Painting of Vincent Bruno

Of all the light painting photographers I’ve seen, there are few who create such intricate pictures as Vincent Bruno. He cleverly plans each scene and then paints it into one shot. For most of his final products, he shows the process of painting.

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15 Photos From Long Ago New Years

At some point today, while you’re not drunk off champagne and cheap novelty glasses that light up in the shape of 2013, take some time to look back at celebrations from new years gone by. As you’re looking through these, realize that this is how your parents, grandparents, even GREAT grandparents rang in the new years. Everyone loves a good New Year’s Eve party! Here’s wishing you a happy one today. [more]

Kevin Russ, Traveling And Paying The Bills With iPhoneography

A couple years ago I discovered Kevin Russ on Flickr. I love his portrait work and his use of natural light. I hadn’t seen much from him on Flickr in a while and just the other day I found out why. Kevin has been traveling the United States, shooting landscape photography with just his iPhone, and living off the print sales.

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Interview With Lifestyle Photographer Noah Sahady

I have been following Noah‘s work for some time now and have fell in love with every shot he has ever put up. His work is absolutely incredible and I feel everyone should take a look at this. I decided to do a quick interview with him to get to know him a little bit more. [more]

Mario Testino’s In Your Face Exhibit At MFA Boston

I woke up this morning to an iPhone picture from my dad. It was a picture of a wall that said “Mario Testino In Your Face.” Ok dad, you did it, I am intrigued. Upon further investigation my dad and my little sister had gone to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to check out the exhibit today and told me it was amazing. Well I live exactly 2,725.2 miles from the MFA, so I had to just do some online research for myself. If you live in the New England area though, this looks like an amazing exhibit you don’t want to miss.

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What if the Lights Really Went Out?

Some of you may have seen the new series “Revolution,” in which power around the world goes out. Thierry Cohen applies the same concept to some of his work by showing what vast urban areas might look like without light pollution.  [more]

Changing The Lives Of At-Risk Teens Through Nature Photography

“In A New Light” is non-profit that uses nature photography to empower, teach, guide, and ultimately change the lives of it’s students- students whose background often includes struggling in school, abusive homes, and general hopelessness. Both the photos captured and stories told are simply inspiring. Read on for an interview with Ben Thwaits, pro photographer turned teacher for IANL, and to see some of the students’ impressive work. A Kickstarter to publish a photobook along with stories of the students is in the making as well. [more]

15 Beautiful Images Of Rocky Beaches

Winter is officially here and we’re going to freeze for few more months. I don’t know about you, but I cant wait for the summer – for the nice weather, for the long days and of course – being able to go out to the ocean/sea. Check out this collection of great images of rocky beaches that will make you wish it was summer already. Which are your favorites? Let us know in the comments below.

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Father Photographs Children’s Magical World Through Water Reflections

In 2004, a french sculptor Alan Laboile, picked up a small digital camera to photograph the art he created. What he didn’t realize then was how that digital camera would become much more than just a tool to photograph his sculptures, but would in fact help him create a visual diary of his 6 children’s youth. His recent collection titled Reflexion Autour du Bassin (Reflection Around The Basin) caught my attention as a wonderful documentation of the youthful free spirits of his children caught through the reflection in the water.  [more]

Actors Pose As Some Of Their Most Famous Characters

Successful celebrity portrait photographers often steer the focus away from a celebrities’ past persona. This set of photographs goes the completely opposite direction and does some fun interpretations of specific characters in famous actors’ careers. Some of the setups are simple and subtle, and some are very blunt. I think they’re all great, except maybe Tom Cruise. [more]

One Example Of Becoming a Successful Photographer Through Specialization

How many photographer websites do you visit that have an endless list of subjects they claim to photograph? Many photographers think it will help with their Search Engine Optimization, but what is really happening is that they are grouping themselves with all the hundreds of thousands of other photographers that also shoot ALL that stuff. The secret is to be different. To pick something and specialize in that one thing. One perfect example that I came across is talented Mike Allebach of Allebach Photography, also known as the “Tattooed Bride Photographer Guy.” [more]

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