photographers

Urbex can be exhilarating and fun, however make sure safety always comes first. Ensure that you have the right equipment
There are so many! But I'll begin with three: 3) I've been working at MoMA for a long time now, and there are still aspects
from "11 Metres" - David Gregory Anyone who knows me will raise an eyebrow at what they no doubt see as not only a road to
Camilo José Vergara has spent nearly 40 years obsessively documenting poor, segregated neighborhoods, from the Bronx to Gary, Indiana.
Afara is a talented designer who specializes in wedding planning and creating imaginative sets, private party set ups, and innovative décor for several corporate events.
"No two people’s freckles are the same, and that’s what draws me in."
Danielle Da Silva: Photographers Without Borders® (PWB) envisions a world where we all put ourselves in each others' shoes
These same photographers complain that people don't value their work -- that they aren't willing to pay their rate when they do decide to charge. Yet they continue to do shoots for free to gain "exposure", only to attract more people who are only interested in free work. Where does it end?
Photography has the ability to change the world -- and our perception of it.  At times it can feel like the only thing being
Mark: I had a commercial photo studio so I was always using color film. In about 1974 Kodak invented a 35mm ASA 400 speed
"I am blue, the colour blue for that paves way for communication -- an intangible element that works for most of us associated with the shooting world," expounds this lensman who ties a perfect knot of his red Pumas.
As artists who appreciate the meticulous complexities of the Earth's natural realm, Jaci Berkopec and I wanted to create
So the obvious question this begs is why does this bad street photography exist? Wouldn't the natural selection process of
As a photographer, I don't leave home without my camera and its accessories. Camera body--check. Filters--check. Tripods--check. Lenses--check. Camera bag with odds and ends--check.
Garry Winogrand is a name often heard in street photography conversations. Winogrand was a machine gun photographer before
The Ghetto Tarot by Alice Smeets on 500px ALICE: I noticed that the photos and the stories that they represent are calling