After (or maybe during) all of the rain here in the UK, there has inevitably been some flooding. Although this is obviously not a great thing to put up with, it does present some interesting alternative landscape photo opportunities.
In whatever form the apocalypse takes, when it does eventually happen, make sure you capture some photos right before the end as it's likely to offer some spectacular opportunities for stunning photographs (although not sure why?)! 7118
There are countless portrait photos on the various photo sharing sites around the web. Some of the most powerful are those of women in creative locations. Below are some great examples of female portrait photography.
I have noticed a lot of Legography on the interweb recently. I can't say I am a massive fan of the genre in general, but I have seen a few images floating around that have made me smile to myself. So what is 'Legography' and where can it be found on the internet (should you wish to see more)?
A 365 project (as the name suggests) is a 1 year photography assignment, to capture 1 photo per day. There are no rules regarding what you take photos of as long as there is a general 'theme'. The images can be of a particular subject, such as architecture, a particular genre like landscape, portrait or street, or even using a particular effect such as bokeh or fisheye.
On December 7th I opened an exhibition in a quaint gallery in Holyoke, MA. "Objects of Industrialism" is a body of work that focuses on the objects that remain after the collapse of the industrial revolution. In the last 4 years I have spent countless hours exploring, examining, studying, and photographing industrial spaces. Almost every space that I have photographed has…
Due to the season and because they look very festive, below are some awesome photographs of frost and ice. Make sure you are warm and cosy before scrolling down!