I can't believe it's snowing in March in the UK! Made my mind up to venture out this morning, come what may weather wise. I visited a few local spots and captured just a couple of contrasting images....10 Stop long exposure and an HDR.
The World Photography Organisation has today revealed the winners of the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards. Below are some of the stunning images that have been selected for a prestigious award.
Facebook is by far the most popular social media site in the world. Being your digital 'personality' you may want to extend your creativity as a photographer to this medium. As a creative and having the perfect weapon to create a clever image (your camera), you are in the perfect position to further wow your friends with your creative flare!
I have been on 500px for a number of years now. During that time I have seen some wonderful photography by very talented photographers. Below are 10 of my favourite contacts who are well worth connecting with and following for inspiration.
You may remember some time ago I experimented with 'Multiple Me's', this is a post processing techniqeu which combine a series of portrait images into one photograph. The end result is one photo with a number of instances of the same person in frame.
10 stop filters enable a photographer to almost slow down time. Allowing the shutter speed to be increased to unnatural lengths of time (minutes rather than seconds) enables scenes to be transformed in many ways. From turning a rough seascape into a serene, perfectly flat sheet of water, to 'smearing' clouds across the sky.
There's something about the simplicity of rocks against an ocean that draw the eye. On a trip to Thailand last year I took the below image on a day tour. I liked the duel tones of the rocks and the calm sea backdrop.