Photographer Katie Hayes Luke creates portraits of people in the neighborhood of Heatherwood, Oklahoma during the aftermath of a devastating tornado.
Photographer Rodrigo Dada is currently working on a very interesting portrait concept he is calling “Limbo”. These are portraits of men half submerged in water, and flipped vertical to give the impression that the subject is moving through a barrier. The photos are a play on the term “Sink or Swim” according to Dada.
My name is Other Model. I have spent the last couple of years finding out a few things that I wish I’d known from the start. Please don’t think I’m patronising as I mean this only in goodwill, as there is absolutely no gain for me by sharing these cheats.
GoPros are known for being durable cameras, they are action cameras after all, but now they may be able to add Grizzly Bear proof to their marketing. This is not the first time that wildlife has stolen or abused a GoPro, a video of a seagull stealing one comes to mind. But in this case the camera survived a Grizzly bear chewing on it with little to no damage.
The Militant Baker has taken up arms by writing an open letter to Abercrombie & Fitch’s Mike Jeffries regarding his highly controversial comments in a recent interview.
In this hilarious new video, we get a glimpse of our future! Will we see people standing completely still looking at the same object for a timelapse? Will we have third-wheels while we’re trying to dance with our partners? And will people crawl under our armpits while we’re playing the piano? I guess only time will tell. Enjoy the Video!
The usual response to bacteria is to reach for a bottle of disinfectant, however Finnish photographer Erno Erick Raitanen captures bacteria in a very different light. In a series of beautiful images, Raitanen has challenged our negative responses to germs by bringing into focus the beauty of the bacteria that we live with every day.
Wedding photographers are artists, and their photos are the end product of their unique vision and expertise. From the moment you meet a potential client until you deliver the final package, it is important to provide a consistent, professional approach. Beyond that, each of those moments is an opportunity to showcase your brand to the world and prove what it is that makes you special. One of the details that can make all of the difference is in how you package the wedding photos.
One of the biggest problems to face any youth sports photographer is getting your work to be seen by the parents of the kids that you are shooting. Some photographers resort to setting up booths at games and selling prints at the booth. This is certainly a valid strategy, but for a one man show this is usually more expensive and not an option.
Bruce Omori is a photographer based in Hilo, Hawaii, and one of his images earned the Windland Smith Rice International Award and will be displayed at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History’s June exhibition.
I love shooting stars and nightscapes, sadly though I hardly ever have the patience for it. Not only that but since I live in the Pacific Northwest the nights that I have to choose from for shooting are limited due to constant rain and cloud cover most months out of the year.
The following video, created by Jacob Peterson, explains what light painting is, shows some behind the scenes of how Jason D. Page created the images, and tells Jason’s personal story of why light painting is so significant in his life.