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Ethereal Black and White Photography by Hengki Koentjoro
Driven by the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature, Hengki Koentjoro develops his sense and sensibility through the elements of fine art photography. His freedom of expression is reflected in the elaboration and exploration of black and white photography.
5 Inspirational Wedding Photographer Blogs to Follow
Below is a list of 5 wedding photographers that we rely on for inspiration, not only in photography, but also business and in just living life in general. Each of these photographers can be considered as being at the top of the industry being that all of them have been within the Top 10 Photographers by American Photo at some recent point in time. If you don’t have these photographers blogs bookmarked, Twitter profiles followed, and Facebook friend befriended, then you have some work to do!
Eric Valli photographs people living “Off The Grid” in America
“Green”, AKA “environmentally friendly” seems to be all the rage these days. There is something about driving a Prius and buying organic groceries that makes people feel good about themselves. But really, how much are we actually saving the environment?
“Chasing Ice” Documents Climate Change with Time-lapse Photography
In “Chasing Ice,” opening tomorrow in New York and Toronto, with other showtimes to follow, James Balog and his daring team use 27 Nikon D200 to gather undeniable evidence of our changing planet.
Part 3 of the Benjamin Von Wong Dead Sea Shoot Image Edit – Bringing out the Ethereal Look
For Part III of our editing series with Benjamin Von Wong’s Dead Sea photoshoot image, we added the finishing touches to the image by going back to Lightroom and applying both a soft portrait adjustment and a heavily-blurred graduated filter to enhance the dreamy, ethereal look that we’re looking for. We even created a black and white variation.
Behind The Scenes – 60’s Inspired Fashion Photoshoot
This week I thought I’d give you guys an inside look into a 60‘s inspired fashion photoshoot we organized last Sunday, in a small living room. Yes, you read it right, we really did shoot all the photos in a small 8 square-meter room!
How a Canon 5D Mark II is Transformed into a Pseduo-Leica
Usually, when one acquires a $6,500 Leica Noctilux 50mm f/1 lens, that’s usually a great thing. The problem for San Diego photographer Robert Brenson is that he did not have a Leica rangefinder body to go with that lens. So then Robert transformed his Canon 5d mkII so it can accept the Noctilux.
Inches from death: Daredevil photographers go swimming with hot lava!
Some people say that photographers are extra crazy, however I believe it is simply a universal “thrill-seeker” aspect of society. Some people like to play it safe, and some people are just plain nuts.