Oman Daily Observer Make Time for Photography Oman Daily Observer By Clive G — After a perusal of the sales figures for DSLR cameras (16 million in 2013), you may be forgiven for thinking that photography is going through some sort of renaissance.
Frozen lighthouses in Michigan by photographer Thomas ZakowskiPhotographer Thomas Zakowski captures this incredible images of this lighthouses covered in ice in Lake Michigan. It’s believed to be the coldest air to hit southeast Michigan in 20 years.
ADAM MAGYAR IS A computer geek, a college dropout, a self-taught photographer, a high-tech Rube Goldberg, a world traveler, and a conceptual artist of growing global acclaim. But nobody had ever suggested that he might also be a terrorist until the morning that he descended into the Union Square subway station in New York.
Cutest camera ever? Polaroid's C3 is a micro-sized, colorful cube NBCNews.com At a press event at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, a crowd gathered around what appeared to be a pile of toy cameras, perhaps keychains.
Photography is about decision-making; in that you have to decide which lens to put onto the camera, where to go, when to be there, how long to wait, when to shoot, how long to shoot, what to focus on, what exposure to set it for. And in the pre-processing you again have to face the difficult choices of selecting which image(s) to select, what to crop away or leave it all as is, which to select as the final image. And more. It's all about decision. The morning of the 11th of May after the presentation of the Leica M Monochrom in Berlin I was sitting in the large window over the street corner in Berlin and wondering about this new camera: When I go on assignment, the magazine or client mostly expect color photos, but I also use the opportunity to shoot some photos for my self when anyways in an area or at an event. The end result is usually that the magazine or client gets a set of color photos, along with some black and white if I think they might be useful for them. But mostly the photos I take for my own archive, for exhibitions, for my own articles, end up being in black and white......
Faces leaping over the windows, constantly in search of a world unknown, numerous questions arising out of curiosity about the way life moves on and this world revolves about. This curiosity is well supplemented with some drama of fairy tale stories, adding some incredible essence to the joy of livelihood. You cannot segregate this moments to any age groups, everybody has their own stories to dream about and to share within themselves. Eyes thoroughly fixed onto some distant horizons unknown but emotions flattering all around your mind cage wide open. This thunderous feeling must have gone through every individual who knows us imagine and this post is dedicated to such creative souls.
Photographer Bob Mazzer spent two decades commuting to work and back on the tube. As he travelled, he used his Leica M4 and his own unique perspective to capture Londoners, commuters and tourists as they journeyed ...
Time Out London Handmade London: photographs of the city's artisan scene Time Out London Julian Love is a London photographer on a mission to explore and document skills and creativities that are often forgotten in modern day life.
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