Pin It It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas… and in our forums I’ve noticed more and more great Christmas images being shared – some of which feature a technique that is always popular at this time of year – Bokeh Christmas lights shots. The technique takes a bit of experimenting and practice but …
When done right, a good packaging design can be as good as or even better than the product it's for. In this list, we've gathered some of the best packaging designs we've ever seen, and we invite you to add your favorites, too!
When they're in our homes and eating our food, most consider mice to be repulsive pests. But out in their native fields and woodlands, mice are about as cute as it gets. Because of their adaptability and speed, they are one of the most wide-spread and successful mammal species on Earth.
Autumn is a great season for photography. Whether you're a professional photographer or an amateur taking pictures with your potato-quality smartphone camera, anyone can capture the season's rich colors. We want to see your favorite autumn views!
While seeing an animal in the wild can be fun, seeing thousands of them migrating is mesmerizing and awe-inspiring. These awesome wildlife photos will show you just how amazing of a sight a migration can be! If you've captured a photo of an animal migration or of a migratory animal, we'd love to see it in this list as well. And don't forget to vote for your favorites, either!
I am Karol Nienartowicz and I'm a 29-year old photographer from Poland. I was born in Jelenia Góra, a small town in the south-western part of the country, and now I live in Gdansk. I still recall one particular day in summer of 2003, when my mom took me on my first mountain trip. I saw that heart-breathing beauty of mountains and I quickly wanted to share this feeling with other people! Thus, I took my photo camera on my next trip. Since that moment, I've photographed mountains, combining photography with my great passion for traveling.
Ice can be damaging or deadly, but it can also inadvertently create some of the most beautiful and fascinating winter sights. The formation of ice is subject to a million different variables, and the tiniest change in humidity, temperature or wind speed can create wildly different results.
Hey guys, I just want to say thanks because today I hit 3 million views! Without you I could have never achieved that number. So thanks! It really means a lot to me. | My YouTube Video | My Group Taken with my Sony SLT a65V with my Tamron SP AF60mm f/2 DI II LD (IF) 1:1 macro lens