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.
I gave up smoking real cigarettes two weeks ago and swapped to e-cigarettes. As well as having no tar, not tobacco and all the other nasty things that kill you in them, they also cost a lot less and I haven't wanted a real cigarette since quitting. To celebrate the fact that I can smell and taste again I shot the below self portrait :)
Certain scenes can be brought to life using a few simple steps in Photoshop to create a 3D effect. When combined with HDR this process can create original images that 'pop' and draw the viewers eye to the main subject.
As the world becomes more and more populated, the ever increasing effect of light pollution on our ability to see, let alone photograph the night sky is making it harder to find locations to capture the heavens. If you are lucky enough to find such locations, the images can be spectacular.
For this article we’re going to talk about the steps you need to consider taking before embarking on your journey as a professional sports photographer. There are many ways to get your first job but what I'm going to talk about today are usually the most common ways to becoming successful in the sports photography arena.
Pietro Zuco is a photographers and independent app developer. At present he is developing an app which details photographers rights in different countries. This is a long overdue mobile resources and I am sure will be a big hit in the photography community. I asked Pietro about the app and his photography.
These days we all use online solutions for our photography. Whether it be contacting clients and contacts via email, post processing using the ‘Creative Cloud’ from Adobe or storing images in the cloud.