Last week we saw some ethereal and mysterious long exposure photos. Now let’s go the opposite way and look at some images there would not be possible without fast shutter speeds (with a couple that have some help using flash to freeze motion too). Images at either end of the shutter speed scale give us …
Let's look back on 2014 by reviewing some of the most spectacular photographs of this year. Which photographs of incredible destinations simply took our breath away? What long exposures were so creatively done, we gasped in awe? Which underwater photos seemed simply serene? Instead of our usual list of 12 or 20 pictures, this time we're bringing you 37 of the best, most breathtaking photographs of the year. These are the pictures that stood out to us, leaving an indelible mark on our memories.
It's always exciting to receive a message from a master like Vincent Laforet telling you about his new photos. This time he has outdone himself (once again!) so I had to share it right away. Never in my life I've seen New York from this perspective and with this stunning quality—so perfect it feels unreal.
Beth Moon, a photographer based in San Francisco, has been searching for the world’s oldest trees for the past 14 years. She has traveled all around the globe to capture the most magnificent trees that grow in remote locations and look as old as the world itself.
National Geographic is holding their annual photo contest this month and it is, of course, as amazing as ever. The contest allows anyone to submit their work meaning you don't have to be a professional photographer to participate. The categories are People, Places and Nature. Last year National Geographic received over 7,000 photo entries from over 150 countries just to give you an idea of how big this contest is!
The rewards for winning the contest are pretty high which keeps almost al
Legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry is opening a retrospective exhibit in Italy called “Steve McCurry: Oltre Lo Sguardo” that will feature 150 photos taken throughout the 30 years of his illustrious career. The photos, taken among people of various cultures around the world, emphasize his unparalleled ability to capture the human soul through a lens.
Landscape photographers use a technique involving long exposures to create those milky smooth waterfalls, and misty images of coastlines. But what other ways are long exposures used? Here are a few long exposure photographs that seem almost otherworldly or supernatural in their appearance for you to ponder and enjoy: Smoking Jungle by Karim Nafatni on …
Landscapes by Chantal LichtenbergChantal Lichtenberg 31 year old German photographer tells us how it started. In the beginning it was only in Germany, but when I traveled to Portugal last year for the first time, I caught fire. A beautiful country with great Landscape. Meanwhile I have…
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