The 24th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is in full swing. The entry deadline has been extended until July 11. The four categories include: Travel Portraits; Outdoor Scenes; Sense of Place and Spontaneous Moments.
Granted the part I’m referencing is the “multiple exposure” mode, but I’ve already figured out how to use this for Architectural Photography based on how it is described in the second bullet point below…
(Copyright: Robert Capa / Magnum) Charlie Atkinson: So I thought I would write a post about war photography and how it ties into street photography, as one of my good mates from work and I have started planning a 1 month embedment to Afghanistan.
The post production for the event I shot for Harley-Davidson in St Tropez is now completed so I thought I’d share my thoughts on using the Canon EOS C300 on an event shoot for the first time. Previous to this event I’ve been using a Sony EX1 and Canon 5D mkII combination which have produced some nice results. The EX1 has been my main camera for event work over the last few years and even though I’ve felt the results from the 5D2 have been better at times the functionality and ease of use that the EX1 provided meant that it was just a better all around camera for my needs.
With images from southern and central Russia in the news lately due to extensive wildfires, I thought it would be interesting to look back in time with this extraordinary collection of color photographs taken between 1909 and 1912.
Photography seems to be everywhere at the moment. Not just in our image-laden environment, but in art where there are numerous exhibitions, making up a significant part of auction sales and as established branches of collections.