Filters applied globally to photographs can be fun and amusing. However, they’re not intended to be art and to see them presented as such by professionals is beyond disappointing.
We can be our own best teachers but first we have to be willing to learn. There has never been a time better suited for self-instruction than now.
Photographer Spencer Tunick gave voice 100 women inCleveland yesterday as they participated in a nude photograph outside the RNC. Such voices are powerful.
Nick Knight recently re-asserted his opinion that photography is dead. Does that mean we are no longer photographers? Of course not! We disagree with Nick.
The end of June marks the half-way point in the year. We’ve lost a lot, cried a lot, and smiled a lot. We take a moment to remember the pictures.
Some think photographers aren’t full time because their attitudes are skewed. No, there are significant barriers to entry. Let’s get real about the details.
New York street style and the global fashion world lost an icon yesterday as photographer Bill Cunningham died at age 84. We take a moment to remember.
Changes in photography aren’t limited to cameras. We don’t shoot the same way we did even five years ago. Keeping up is more than swapping cameras.
Today marks the summer solstice and temps this year may be hotter than ever. Do we stay inside? Hell no! We have 10 reasons to enjoy the heat!
Kat hasn’t been in front of my camera all year. We fixed that problem by tossing her into the water. Cold water. She didn’t kill me. We took great pictures.
We returned to the waterfalls of McCormick’s Creek after an 11-year absence and were delighted that this hidden piece of nature is still as wonderful as ever.
Sunday’s events have left us emotional and reeling, but we are still alive and determined to love. We celebrate love by sharing our parade photos.
Each day presents us with moments of sadness we cannot miss. However, there are also opportunities for smiles that we should not ignore. C'mon, smile.
It’s been a busy month! We take a moment to look back at just the pictures we’ve posted in the past 31 days. Look and see what you missed!
The Indianapolis 500 is the greatest spectacle in racing, but the party starts before you ever get inside the track. We have pictures!
Young fashion photographers are getting noticed by using film instead of digital cameras. We like the idea but the switch to analog doesn’t make sense.
There is no contest that can truly say one talent is better than the other. All we have is someone’s opinion. Maybe we need to find a better approach.
Product placement is very common in traditional media, but as advertisers look more at digital media, perhaps photographers can cash in on this as well.
Philosophies of photography are a dime a dozen and that value is over-rated. Philosophies make lousy books but are okay as bullet points. Here are ours.
#$%*&) software decided it needed to update RIGHT NOW so we took the time to give some old pictures a second chance at life.
Would you run around naked even if it were legal? Probably not. At least, not often. The things we think we want are not often as great as we’d hoped.
We encounter people every day who, just like the kids’ tricycle, have been left out in the rain. Are we willing to let them know we care?
I wasn’t eligible for a Pulitzer prize in photography again this year, and I won’t be next year; with all respect to those who win, I don’t want one.
We don’t think of the dictionary business as being competitive, but a little comment about coffee was enough to throw some serious shade.
Why do photographers take pictures? Do we enjoy what we do or do our actions come despite the inherent risks and aggression? Perhaps it’s both.
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