When you think of flower photography, you naturally conjure images full of colour. However, flower photography can (and is) just as dramatic and impressive when captured in black and white or single colour shades.
Hinesh Patel is new to photography, but this does not seem to cause him any problems in capturing awesome photos from his diving trips. I spotted Hinesh's shots on Facebook and was immediately impressed by the images that he has captured from his expeditions under the waves. Happily, Hinesh was happy to answer some questions and share some of his work.
In a recent update to their image search, Yahoo have introduced a filter to allow you to only display images covered by the Creative Commons license, which you are allowed to reuse (sometimes with conditions, please check). This is particularly useful when writing blog posts or looking for images to use for presentations etc.
I've been meaning to write an article regarding smoke photography for a while now. It's a genre of photography that I really like as it's quite flexible in it's randomness and it doesn't seem to be an issue with people if the image has been Photoshopped to create a mirror effect and the like.
Many great photography gadgets were released in 2012. From interchangeable lenses for iPhone's to waterproof camera bags, whatever you need, someone has probably thought of it and produced it.
Wes Naman has come up with a very simple, yet effective way, of creating truly unique portraits.....by using scotch tape to manipulate the faces of his models. Some of the shots are hilarious, others, slightly scary. One thing is for sure, the models he managed to pose for him must have a sense of humour! :)
You may well have seen light painting photography examples using torches, sparklers etc. Well, taking it one step further using wire wool creates a stunning effect. One drawback, one of the main and most popular methods it whirling a burning piece of wire wool around your head!