Alice Wallther

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10 Ways Photography Can Change Your Life (It Changed Mine)

I have always been interested in photos. When I was younger, I used to pore through drawers of photos and photo albums that my parents made, looking …

8 Common Landscape Photography Mistakes Beginners Make

If you are interested in landscape photography I'm sure you have read lots of “how to improve…” type articles, which are all useful in their own way. …

Library of Dust: David Maisel’s Fine Art Photos of an Abandoned Insane Asylum

There is something eerily unsettling about old hospitals, even more so when a portion of that old hospital is abandoned and once housed psychiatric …

Interesting Photo of the Day: Multiple Exposures

Regardless of their feelings about editing or manipulating images in Photoshop, most photographers will admit that the powerful program can create …

Photos

Little District – B/W Street Photography by Jens Franke

German photographer Jens Franke has a passion for street photography and reportage, which is especially clear in his series called Little District. …

5 Ways to Find a New Topic for a Photography Project and Beat "Photographer's Block"

It’s a well-documented ‘fact’ that writers encounter writer’s block. Photographers also run into that creative wall and it can be very discouraging …

Street Photography

Photographic Composition: 4 Tips to Improve Impact

The art of composition is the creation of a visually compelling picture—a picture that evokes the interest of the viewer. Composition is a key …

Landscape Photography

Entire Story Told Through Reflections in an Eyeball

Last Saturday, we featured a creative music video by the band <i>James Wallace and the Naked Light</i> that was shot entirely in one take in the reflection …