Focusing On Nature

What happens when a portrait photographer turns her eye to the discarded elements in her environment? Images of objects that feel like portraits.
Text & Photography By Jen Lemen
As a photographer, I’ve always been determined to find the kind of hope that illuminates a frame. My eye is trained to see tiny things—the impossible ray of light, the most subtle gesture, the glance that says it all. I love trying to capture the human spirit in my lens;…

Go With The Flow

Capture the silky water effect with these tips and tools
Text & Photography By Rick Sammon
John Lennon said, “Reality leaves a lot to the imagination.” When it comes to your photography, it’s your imagination—your creativity—that makes you who you are. That’s very cool. One of the controls we can use to create our own photographic reality is the shutter speed setting on our cameras. With…

Travel with A Purpose

Planning and focus can be the difference between amazing travel photos and a collection of dull snapshots
Text & Photography By Tom Bol
Have you ever sat through a friend’s vacation slideshow and dreaded every minute of it? Countless images of cluttered markets, busy landscapes and cliché snapshots blur into oblivion. You nod your head in a daze of encouragement, wanting to be polite, but after the last shot of the cute kid…

Night Light

Create stunning landscape astrophotography images
Text & Photography By Adam Woodworth
Welcome to the night sky! Get ready to stay up all night taking in the wonder of the stars. I've been shooting landscape astrophotography for the past four years, and these are some of the most important tips for success. Before we start, I want to note that these images…

Intro To Macro

Explore the fascinating world of close-up photography
Text & Photography By Damon Clarke
Imagine a land ruled by giant eight-eyed creatures the size of a car with long translucent fur, colorful stripes and purple iridescent fangs. Imagine a land where huge balls of glistening water fall from the sky and cling to every surface, magnifying and refracting sunlight, a land where you can…

Photo Exercise: Something You Collect

Every collection tells a story
Text & Photography By Alessandra Cave
"Her umbrella was filled with rain she had collected in her travels & on hot summer days she would open it up for the neighborhood kids & we would splash in the puddles & then it would smell like Nairobi or Tasmania & later on we would sit on the…
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