Cloudy skies and water make for a great subject when capturing landscape scenes in HDR. The ability to extenuate the effect of the clouds reflecting on the water offers added interest to an already ideal scene for photography.
I have reported on numerous creative ways of capturing portrait photos with a difference, but this has to be one of my favourites so far! London based photographer Rut Mackel has captured a series of portraits of his subjects smacking their face into a glass door.
Now, as anyone who knows me would tell you, I am not someone that you would expect to find in Hobbycraft. However, today I found myself wondering about the store with my wife, who was there to get some invitations. I noticed a few packs of 'quilling paper' which immediately caught my eye, as they screamed out to become a subject of some macro photography.
In celebration of today's Chinese New Year, below is a gallery of everything 'Chinese'. Happy New Year!
I visited the Hellfire caves today to capture some images at the request of a friend, for a project he is running. The light conditions weren't great today as it was overcast and dull, however, the photos came out better than expected :) Below are 2 of the images from the session.
Swedish photographer, Hans Strand, has captured some amazing photgraphs of icebergs whilst exploring Greenland on a ship. In one of the images, water can be seen cascading 100's of feet into the ocean from a melting glacier.
Phil Davison recently captured a number of awesome photos of a seal feeding on a live octopus. Whilst on an open water diving trip with friends, Phil spotted a local seal nicknamed 'Cecile' feeding and dragging the octopus around under water.