Alfonso Calero

46 Flips | 3 Magazines | 5 Likes | 2 Following | 3 Followers | @alfonsocale2014 | Since 2001 I have been professionally photographing food, portraits, landscapes and travel subjects.

Florida is the 18th school shooting in the US this year

The stunning number underscored how commonplace gun violence has become in America, with students in elementary and secondary schools regularly …

Smartphone your way to professional video content

Feb 27, 2017<p>Smartphone video has the power to transform your small business.<p>How?<p>Your pocket-sized device produces video that rivals the output of …

Mobile Photography

World travelers, social butterfly among Fla. airport victims

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — At least four of the five people killed in the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting were on vacation, headed for cruises …

10 Essential Pieces of Gear you Need for Landscape Photography

If you are interested in going out and getting some high quality landscape photographs, here’s a comprehensive list of items you will either want to …

Landscape Photography

Father Offers Wisdom to His Kids Through Powerful Double

Florida-based photographer Brandon Kidwell uses his artistic skills as a powerful way to give valuable advice to his kids. In a series titled <i>Wisdom For My Children, Life Lessons Through Photos</i>, he creates double-exposure images that convey different teachings. It's a personal project that took form …

Photography

The Best Street Style from Tokyo Fashion Week

Street style cliques in New York, London, Milan, and Paris run the gamut, from the models off duty to the bloggers in freebies, and the editors who prowl the pavement between shows. But we dare you to find a place where people wear their sartorial heart on their sleeve more than Tokyo: Here is …

4 Ways to Use Image Stacking to Create Better Images

Since the beginning of the digital age in photography, stacking images has become much more common than it used to be earlier. But what are the …

Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop

Desolated Tblisi - Photographs and text by Claudio Rasano | LensCulture

At first, I wanted to capture <i>desolated life</i>—and the ways in which people reflect their environments. My journey took me to the city of Tbilisi, in Georgia. There, I found traces of the USSR in the city’s architecture and in the marks that these spaces have left on their current inhabitants.<p>For …

Burma Uncovered: Amazing Shots From a Photographer's Paradise

Photo: David Heath<p>After five years of work, 38 flights, and 10 separate visas to Burma, photographer David Heath released his first book late last year. Burma is undeniably one of the most raw and photogenic places on earth, and Heath brought an eye to the region that can only be explained by his …

5 Lessons That The English Masters (Painters) Can Teach Us About Light in Outdoor Photography

Before there were photographers, there were painters. These painters helped pave the way for our photographic endeavors through their dedication to …

Black & White 2014 MPA Results

BLACK & WHITE<p>2014 Mobile Photography Awards <b>HONORABLE MENTIONS</b><p><b>The 1st place WINNER will be selected by the jury from the following 42 HONORABLE</b> …

Mobile Photography

‘Lightspeed’: A Stop Motion Journey Around California Made with 1,000+ Light Painted Photos

Light painting photographer Darren Pearson spent the past year working on the stop motion animation above, titled “Lightspeed.” Each of the 1,000 …

Gear Avoidance Syndrome: It Might be Healthy for Your Photography

GAS, also known as Gear Acquisition Syndrome, is very common among photographers. It simply means that you just can’t get enough new lenses, …

Cameras

8 Most Commonly Forgotten Steps In Your Photography Workflow

In the era of ADHD and burdensome multitasking, making mistakes and forgetting certain aspects of the creative workflow is common. But it's not …

Who are you?

Project info<p>Do you believe that you can tell a person’s character by looking at their shoes? A simple test for you! Look down at your shoes right now. What are you wearing? Sneakers? Shiny, well-polished shoes? High heels? Well, whatever your choice, this test shows that shoes can paint a picture …

Tintype Portraits of Silver Miners Created Using Silver They Mined

Here’s a creative (and super meta) idea for a photo project: photographer Sean Hawkey traveled to a silver mine in Peru and shot tintype portraits of …

The Vanishing Island - Photographs by Daesung Lee | LensCulture

Imagine if over the next few decades, your home-town were to shrink by 1/2. No, not in population—in area. In available, physical space. What would you do? What could you do?<p>Ghoramara is an island located on a delta region in West Bengal. Due to climate change (melting ice in the Himalayas, …

West Bengal

IN LANDSCAPES

Project info<p>IN LANDSCAPES<br>an alternate state in parallel time<p>The area that surrounds Athens is composed by a certain antithesis, as the vast urban surface meets with the countryside.<br>Surrounded by the silence of centenarian olive groves, meadows, mountains and seas, the city today struggles to carry …

Nomadslife: Portraits of Nomads Around the World Reveal A Way of Life Soon To Be Forgotten

Rotterdam-based photographer Jeroen Toirkens has been photographing nomads of Russia, Central Asia, Mongolia, and the Arctic region since 1999. This …

A Beautiful Salt Refinery That Looks Like Another Planet

When photographer Emma Phillips wandered into a salt refinery just off the Nullarbor Plain in Western Australia, she felt as if she'd stepped into …

Lauren Marsolier: Transition

The constructed photographs of <b>Lauren Marsolier</b> seem to be every where these days and with the launch of her new book, <i>Transition</i>, published by Kerber …

Anicca

Project info<p>‘Anicca’ is the Buddhist notion that all of existence is in a constant state of flux and impermanence. The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus also expressed this in his famous aphorisms:<br>“All entities move and nothing remains still,<br>You cannot step twice into the same river.”<br>I feel that …

Photographer Hajdu Tamas Finds Humor in Small-Town Romania

Humor has a strange place in photography. So often a humorous photograph undermines the subject matter or the medium itself and leaves the image …

Visualizations Provide a Deeper Look Into a Historical MoMA Photo Collection

The Thomas Walther Collection at the Museum of Modern Art is a set of 341 photographs by 150 artists captured from between 1909 and 1949 — a period …

Photographer Michel Rajkovic Captures the Magic of Landscapes with Long Exposures

Michel Rajkovic is a fine art photographer based in Asnieres, France. He travels the world and captures photos of time passing through landscapes by …

The Captivating Beauty of Libraries Around the World

New York-based, French photographer Franck Bohbot documents the breathtaking beauty of libraries in his ongoing series <i>House of Books</i>. Traveling to cities like Paris, Rome, and Boston, the photographer creates a visual record of the bastions of knowledge and learning that have been the pillars of …

Junichi Hakoyama – Inspiring Street Photographer from Japan

People most usually solitary figures keep walking amidst interesting backgrounds and surreal surroundings all painted in black and white. Yes, …