Michael Christian Jule Gutzmer

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A Storm is Brewing

Mitch Dobrowner has chased storms since 2009, photographing monsoons, tornadoes and thunderstorms through out the American Midwest and West, working …

Full Frame or Cropped? A Brief Guide to Camera Sensor Sizes

It all used to be so simple. When DSLRs first appeared, there was very little discussion on sensor size, mainly because there was very little …

Some Photography Articles and Images You Won't Want to Miss

The online photography community has been very busy and active lately, and Toad Hollow Photography has been searching for links to the best articles …

How to Get Into Concerts as a Photographer

While entertaining, attending concerts and sports events can get pretty expensive, especially if you want good seats for photographing. On top of the …

The art of peeping: photography at the limits of privacy

"It's just plain creepy!" "This guy should be arrested." "He's a peeping Tom with a camera." "These people had an expectation of privacy in their own home that was invaded by the perv, I mean photographer."<p>The indignation that has greeted Arne Svenson's series of images, The Neighbors, on comment …

Guardian Camera Club: Ralitsa Antimova's portfolio

A review of Ralitsa Antimova's portfolio.<p><i>The natural perspective and clean tonality of 'On the other side' make for a pleasing composition, the addition of the silhouetted figures makes this perfect. More grandiose is 'On the balcony', with it's wonderful sense of depth, it's the best image here.</i> …

Sport picture of the day: a murmuration of ticker tape

First published on Mon 19 Aug 2013 08.11 EDT

Family life: My six-year-old's amazing cycling trip, the day I discovered the Beatles, and Pop's wheaten bread

<b>Snapshot: My son's cycling trip to 'Paris'</b><p>On Saturday, my six-year-old son, Gael, and I took the train from Haringey in north London to Hertford. Following the canals, we cycled all the way back to Tottenham and then took the train the few stops back to our home. It was about 22 miles. We had left …

The Distance Between Us: photographing my brother's disability - in pictures

Christopher Capozziello has spent decades capturing the life of his twin brother, Nick, who has cerebral palsy, in striking monochrome photographs. 'For years I archived the pictures without ever looking at many of them,' Christopher says. 'About 10 years after the first pictures were made, and …

Photog Captures Two Spectacular Natural Phenomena in the Same Time-Lapse

Earlier this month, photographer Maciej Winiarczyk captured a rare and beautiful celestial light show. While shooting a time-lapse in Caithness, …

Abandoned ships in San Francisco Bay, 1850 - a picture from the past

Jane Hilton: Precious

London photographer and filmmaker Jane Hilton has been fascinated with the American West for a long time. “My work is about the extraordinary …

Thai Villagers Arrest a Google Street View Driver, Thought He Was a Spy Photog

On your own mental list of “most perilous jobs,” chances are Google Street View driver doesn’t make it very close to the top. But one of Google’s own …

13 Photography Gadgets We Didn’t Need

The world of photography is awash with gear and accessories for an eager public. But not every invention is worthy of merit as seen by this glorious …

Light Work's Legacy

Light Work, an artist-run, nonprofit organization in Syracuse, New York, celebrates it’s 40th Anniversary with the exhibition “40 Artists / 40 Years: …

10 Tips for Creating Great Family Portraits

With my background being in classic style studio portraiture (aka “boring”), and 25 years experience photographing portraits and weddings, I have a …

Photography

The HP Photoball: A Crowd Surfing Beach Ball with a Camera and WiFi Built In

The crowd surfing blow up ball at a concert isn’t a new idea, but late last year HP and Almap BBDO took it in a new direction. As part of HPs “Making …

FlexCam is a Flexible Camera that Snaps Dynamic One-Shot Panoramas

Companies and researchers are always coming up with interesting new camera concepts and prototypes that approach snapping photos in some unique way. …

Video Offers a Glimpse Into NASA’s Film Digitization Efforts in an Old McDonald’s

In July of last year, we introduced you to the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project (LOIRP), an effort by the NASA Ames Research Center to digitize …

Seeing and Street Photography

The next time you are out shooting street photography, try this. Put your camera down at your side and just look around for awhile. Watch things …

Photographer Captures Amazing Meteor Explosion Mid Time-Lapse

It’s a day of awesome astronomical phenomenon on PetaPixel. We started off the day by sharing a stunning time-lapse by photographer Maciej Winiarczyk …

5 Reasons Why Zoom Lenses Are Better Than Prime Lenses

It’s an ongoing debate between photographers: Are zoom lenses or prime lenses better? Undoubtedly both have their pros and cons, but in the following …

Cameras

Blurring The Border To See Two Sides

Growing up in Santa Barbara, Calif., photojournalist Dania Maxwell saw two different sides of life.<p>"I grew up, I feel, with a lot of privilege," she says. "I was given a house, a home, a family that I love."<p>But her mother, an immigrant from Argentina, wanted to show her that there was "another …

Photographer and Senator Patrick Leahy Talks About His Passion for Photography

Vermont senator Patrick Leahy is a lot of things: an expert marksman, the most senior senator on Capitol Hill, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary …

Former Professional Skateboarder Shoots Series of Portraits of Himself Skating Across Sao Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo-based photographer and former professional skateboarder Fabiano Rodrigues recently shot a magnificent collection of self-portraits showing …

6 Ways to Reduce Blown Out Highlights in Your Outdoor Photography

Shooting outdoors means dealing with challenging and changing lighting conditions which can sometimes lead to blown out highlights in your images. …

Photography Prank Involving a Teleported Subject

Another clever photo prank has appeared, this time with twins. This prank is a little more intricate than some, as it takes three people to pull it …

Valuable Tips for Autumn Photography

Autumn is a season that provides a golden opportunity to take beautiful shots in varied colors. And what else could be the perfect subjects for your …

Landscape Photography

Ron Anderson: River of Big Canoes

Arnold Newman once said, “A lot of photographers think that if they buy a better camera they’ll be able to take better photographs. A better camera …

This Is Your Photo: you pick the theme

Thanks to you all for your contributions to the recent This Is Your Photo assignments. As part of our collaboration with the Photographers' Gallery in London, the project aims to capture the photographic moments of everyday life in contemporary Britain and beyond. We have been setting an assignment …