Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Photography Tips for Wall Art – PictureCorrect: lmost every photographer has had the urge to mount and display his or her photo’s as wall art, either at home or maybe in the office at work. At one time or another – we’ve nearly all done it – we took one of our ‘best shots’, had an enlargement made and framed.
Posted by steve at 1:04 PM
Picturing the American Drought, George Steinmetz - LightBox: As Bryan Walsh writes this week, drought is one of the most insidious types of natural disaster, but no less devastating. The recent record-setting period of dry weather in the American South has caused billions of dollars of damage, ruined crops, and altered entire ecosystems, and it may get worse.
Posted by steve at 10:42 AM
Portraits of Dogs as They Shake Off Water: For her series “Shake“, pet photographer Carli Davidson photographed curious portraits of dogs shaking off water. Use a fast shutter speed and you can capture all kinds of strange expressions on your dog’s face.
Posted by steve at 10:37 AM
How to Photograph Newborns: Among the many different photo shoots one can do, I’ve always considered newborn photography as one of the most challenging. Having great equipment and great technical know-how is never enough. For me, this is the genre of photography where the human touch is most important.
Posted by steve at 9:31 AM
Travel Photography and Kids: How to Juggle Yourself in Between: For an amateur who had just been introduced to photography after having had two kids of seven and six year olds, I often find travel photography can be very challenging as I never had the choice but to carry both camera and kids!
Posted by steve at 9:30 AM