The winners of the 2012 National Geographic Photography Contest have been named. Take a look at their spectacular entries.
A selection of our favourite photography shared by you to our Facebook page during August!
‘Rotobooth’ is a unique photo booth that came about as a result of Photo Hack Day 2; an image-centric ‘hackathon’ event held in New York City.
Organisers have revealed the shortlisted photographers for the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize 2012.
The four shortlisted photographers include Pieter Hugo, Rinko Kawauchi, John Stezaker and Christopher Williams. See their images inside…
Jason Bognacki combined his 1919 Picolette Contessa-Nettel camera with his Canon 5D Mark II. The results – as you can see for yourself – are pretty impressive.
Advice. It’s a funny thing. If we applied all of photography’s apparent rules and dos and don’ts to our work, there would be little, if any, room for creativity and surely that’s the point. So you’ll find no textbook photography tips here; instead we asked 50 top pro and famous photographers to share the secrets they’ve gleaned from years of shooting day in day out.
Expect to be inspired and challenged by the advice of famous photographers like David Bailey (see above) and Mary Ellen Mark, as well as up-and-coming names and photographers who make it their business to take amazing pictures for their clients each day.
HDR is an effect that has quickly grown in popularity, and with good reason; the results can be dramatic, surreal, and unique. If you’re interested in giving it a go yourself, we’ve got a tutorial on how to make HDR images from 2 exposures. In the meantime, take a look at these fantastic examples of HDR photography.
As the sea is always changing, the same spot can offer many photo opportunities, all with different outcomes. If you’re looking for tips on how to take fantastic seascape and coastal photographs, we’ve got the tips you need. If you’re stuck for ideas on how to shoot a seascape, here are 25 great examples.
Some creative photography ideas for Valentine’s Day. We do apologise for putting together a rather cliche post, however it was an excuse to find some more fantastic photography around the more obscure theme of ‘heart-shaped things’.
Laura Zalenga is a photographer based in the south of Germany. She has been taking photos since 2007 and uses a Nikon D5000 and sometimes a Nikon F56.