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Jeroen Peters – Architectural Photography

Contemporary architectural photography by Jeroen Peters.Born in 1974, Jeroen Peters is a Dutch photographer with an exceptional eye for modern …

Photography

Wide-Angle Close-Ups For Exaggerated Perspective

“Before you break a rule, know how to apply it.” Let me repeat this: “Before you break a rule, know how to apply it.” Once you master the principles …

Landscape Photography

Lens Mastery Series - Understanding Lenses

Have you ever wondered what all the markings on your lens mean? Do the different types of mounts confuse you? Are you overwhelmed by talk of primes …

Cameras

Tips For Cold-Weather Photography

There are many advantages to shooting in cold weather. During the winter, the sun remains low in the sky, which provides a more favorable angle of …

The Next Generation of ND Filters is Here

I don’t know about you, but when new gear debuts, I get really excited. And boy, there is something to be excited about coming from Syrp.I’ve talked …

Photography

How moving an adjustment layer in Lightroom can save you time

One of the most helpful tools in Lightroom is the adjustment brush. It allows you to selectively adjust various parts of an image by simply brushing …

How to Speed Up Your Lightroom Editing By Using Anchor Photos

One of the ongoing pain points of being a photographer is the time we spend editing. Don’t get me wrong, I love turning a flat image into something …

Little Photography Nuggets Guaranteed To Impress You!

As Usual We End Another Fantastic Week With Some Awesome And Inspiring Photography! You Won't Find A Better Roundup.<p>So, what better way to whittle …

Photography

A Photographer New to Flash

<i>All images by Salim Hasbini. Used with permission.</i><p>When you were first starting out as a photographer, you most likely knew nothing about flash. Some …

Photography

Communicating With Images

by Zack SchnepfBack when I was taking my first photography classes in college, instructors would ask me what I was trying to say with my images. At …

Landscape Photography

Infrared Photography Turns Rome into a Pink Paradise

Capturing invisible light on film makes The Eternal City look like an alien landscape.<p>Romantic sites in Rome get a magical, lambent aura in the infrared photography of Italian artist Milán Rácmolnár. By capturing lightwaves that exist outside of humans' range of vision, Rácmolnár shifts the natural …

Dreamy Photos Capture the Natural Beauty of Rolling Fog Waves

After 8 years of experimentation, photographer Nicholas Steinberg has perfected the art of fog photography. Based in the San Francisco Bay area, Steinberg is one of many “Fogaholics” who are glued to the weather reports, just waiting for fog to roll in. As a result, he’s always ready to capture …

7 Hacks to Becoming a Photography Expert

Whether you are a novice or a seasoned photographer, there is a definite need to brush up on your photography skills. As a novice or someone who just …

Artist Uses 150-Year-Old Photography Technique to Create These Chilling Images

Victorian pictures of corpses and pale nudes mingle with contemporary images made with the photography precursor.<p>In an ode to antique image capture, two black snakes squirm and crawl over a bare mattress, a deceased baby lies peacefully in her cradle, and a nude wind-swept woman seems straight out …

Adobe Lightroom Matte Collection

Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw matte collection from The Preset Factory Ltd.Replicate the matte look of analog film in Adobe Lightroom! This …

Tutorials

I Change The Way You See Landscape Photography

I go by the name of Modifeye, and I like to see things differently. Some of my more recent work involved manipulating large bodies of water into a …

Landscape Photography

What I’ve Learned Fifteen Years Into Photography

I’ve been doing this long enough that I honestly can’t remember why or how I started. I mean, I remember my origin story… but as an adult I also know …

Narrative and Fine Art Portrait Photography by Michal Nagy

<b>Michal Nagy</b> is a talented 25-year-old self-taught photographer, graphic designer and student from Nitra, Slovakia, who’s been interested in …

10 Breathtaking Photos of the World's Greatest Landscapes

National Geographic's new book, Greatest Landscapes, takes readers on a spectacular visual journey from one majestic view to the next.

Travel Photography

Harry Benson Remembers His Most Iconic Photos, from The Beatles and Muhammad Ali to Amy Winehouse

The celebrated photographer—and subject of the new documentary ‘Harry Benson: Shoot First’—writes about the stories behind his most memorable …

Fashion Shows

Less Is More: Black and White Minimalism

I started taking black and white photographs after being inspired by two great masters: Ansel Adams and Michael Kenna. Ansel Adams taught me the magic of tonality in black and white; Kenna taught me about arrangements and balance.<p>The truth is that black and white photography is not defined in only …

Kensington Blues

<i>This project was singled out for distinction among the submissions to the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2016 by juror Jean-Jacques Viau. Each juror selected one photographer to be awarded a special $1,000 grant—discover why this one stood out.</i><p><i><br>Below, we’ve included a short Q&A interview,</i> …

Authenticity and the Absurd: People in the Street

<i>The first image of this engaging photoessay was selected as a finalist in the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2016</i>. <i>Discover more inspiring work from all the winners, jurors' picks and finalists.</i><p>In brief, my photography focuses on people. Human beings and their interactions—as well as their …

Barcelona Punctum

<i>This fun yet perceptive street photography series was selected as a finalist in the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2016</i>. <i>Discover more inspiring work from all the winners, jurors' picks and finalists.</i><p>My photographs arise from a preconceived idea that is transformed by chance; the imagery is …

Project AYLAik

<i>This inky, intriguing street photography portrait series was selected as a finalist in the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2016</i>. <i>Discover more inspiring work from all the winners, jurors' picks and finalists.</i><p>Urban portrait photography is my speciality and my passion. I create compelling …

Three Decades of Selling Fine Art Photography

<i>From its founding in 1988, Janet Borden, Inc. has served as an essential source for discovering contemporary photography in New York City. As one of the first places to dedicate itself to fine art photography, Borden has had the honor of showcasing a long lineage of great artists from the</i> …

Textural Landscapes

<i>During this year's Paris Photo, our editorial team will be highlighting different artists from the fair whose work caught our eye. You can discover previous features here or down below. Hope to see you there!</i><p><i>Artist Iris Hutegger was born in Austria and currently lives among the breathtaking natural</i> …

Topophilia

<i>This thought-provoking urban architecture project was selected as a finalist in the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2016</i>. <i>Discover more inspiring work from all the winners, jurors' picks and finalists.</i><p>This project is about the poetry of space found in rural regions. For this series, I worked …

Film Noir

"Film Noir" revisits the themes of the classic black-and-white films of the 1940s and 50s—but with the lush, saturated colors that are central to my work. The solitary figures in my images contemplate the unknown, a reference to the ethical and philosophical dilemmas laid bare in those stories. …

2016 LensCulture Street Photography Awards: Single Image Winners, Finalists & Jurors' Picks

<b>1st Prize:</b> Robert Burroughs, United States<br>"Police photographing a prisoner on the street in San Diego, California"<p>I have always been amazed by the ability of the camera (and the photographer) to capture one single event and hold it forever. Life on the street is always flowing, and to catch one …