30. January 2011
It doesn’t necessary have to be a professional photographer to understand the world of photography. There are hundreds photography blogs with amazing portfolios for inspiration, but how about those showing the process of becoming a pro?
Learning the Light is the photography blog of Alan, an amateur on his way to turning into a very good [...]
23. January 2011
“Monochrome allowed me to express ideas more clearly. I love abstractive nature of the monochrome, the way it hides details, I love tonality, I love almost everything about it”
Giedrius Varnas is a Dutch photographer, fascinated by the black & white photography. The foggy atmosphere of his photos creates a strange universe, [...]
17. January 2011
Tucson shooting reawakened emotional memories for civil rights veterans, as in the recent months they have seen familiar signs. Winning “at any costs” reveals that politicians suffer from “historical amnesia” as a historian stated these days.
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Reverend Martin Luther King, pictured in 1961 at age 32, worried for the students moved [...]
15. January 2011
We all love photography tutorials, but it’s even better when teaching comes with great examples, open discussions and completely for free.
Experienced photojournalist Michael Kitada created a useful digital photography blog – a perfect tool for learning to see and think like a professional photographer. Each post presents one or more professional photos taken by Mike [...]
11. January 2011
“It is truly a beautiful universe we live in. Enjoy these images, but even better, get yourself out under the stars and [...] you’ll see the heavens with your [...]Continue reading...
10. January 2011
Ulaanbaatar is the largest city in Mongolia, hosting most of the non-nomadic population (about half of Mongolian population is nomadic). It’s also home for tens of buddhist temples. This photo presents a huge golden Buddha at Gandan Monastery.
Photograph by Ted Wood, Getty Images
Photo credit National Geographic
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7. January 2011
I’m pretty sure that many of you have old digital cameras that work just fine, and that you don’t use them anymore. How about giving these to someone who really needs them? You can donate them for under-privileged high-school students, or you can exchange your items with something else using Listia.
Listia is an original new [...]
6. January 2011
If you hear about The Greenery Studio, don’t necessarily think eco, but more like cutting-edge design and technology for your photo projects. The green screen studio Los Angeles, has the largest 3-wall screen cycloramas in the city. With 110 linear feet screen, The Greenery Studio welcomes you with plenty of space [...]Continue reading...
3. January 2011
Questioning the time, life, psychology and human evolution, the unique style of the Spanish artist Manu Pombrol’s work balance on the edge of photography and photo-manipulation. The photographer reveals a whole different world, dominated by the surrealism, where everything is made possible just for finding a sense of the world around us. Incredible creative, probably [...]Continue reading...
2. January 2011
If your art is original, fun and crude, there’s no better place to show it to the world but at Paint Avant-Garde. PA-G is a visual stream of consciousness, a space without imagination boundaries, with topics ranging from very serious to quite silly.
This site was conceived as a place for you to create, upload and [...]