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5 Ways to Bring Your Wildlife Photos to Life
The difference between your average holiday-snap wildlife photo and a great photo that makes others look on in awe is significant. How do you bring your photos to life to achieve this? Well, here are some ways to introduce impact into your wildlife photos.
Animal Visions: Photomontages That Examine the Relationship Between Humans and Animals
Photographer Tom Chambers seeks to explore the bond between man and beast with his photomontage series, “Animal Visions.”
Amelia and the Animals: Mother Photographs Daughter’s Affinity With Animals
Like many kids whose parent is a professional photographer, Amelia Forman childhood years have been throughly documented in creative ways. For the past 12 years though, Amelia’s portraits are wildly different than those you usually see.
Red Hair and Bears: The Making of an Internet Sensation | Exclusive Interview with Katerina Plotnikova
Unless you were living in a cave the last few weeks, you’ve likely seen the work of Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova all over the Internet. Katerina created a surreal photo shoot featuring models and REAL animals. Katerina took a few minutes to answer some of our questions in this exclusive interview.
A Mother’s Magical Portraits of Her Sons’ Adventures
Elena Shumilova is a Russian mommy and photographer who loves taking photos of her two boys, Yaroslav and Vanya and their day to day adventures on their farm.
Nice To Meet You, Series Features Unique Portraits of Abandoned Dogs
Photographer Martin Usborne’s series “Nice To Meet You” is an interesting take on portraits on abandoned dogs. Martin talks on his website about how the series is about the voicelessness of animals, about their hidden pains and silent needs that so many people are oblivious to.
Getting Better Shots at the Zoo
I took a family trip to the Zoo this weekend and so I figured that maybe some of you might like some tips for getting better shots of the animals at the Zoo. If you have a Zoo in the area you it is likely a pretty popular family outing, this means lots of people and lots of cameras.