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1 Million People Follow This Photographer On Instagram, And After Seeing His Pics Its No Wonder Why

They say practice makes perfect, so photographer Jason M. Peterson should be pretty close to excellence by now. During the last 25 years, Peterson has been taking black and white pictures, constantly pushing his limits, and his persistent artistic efforts have gained him a whopping 1-million-strong following on Instagram. boredpanda.com

2017-11-22 11:16

Mark Broyer Captures the Beauty of After Hours in Hamburg

Cities take on a different persona at night, and they can either be full of energy or melancholy, depending on the city, the districts, or time of the night. Street photographers who prowl their towns by nightfall sure know this very well, and it's interesting how their photo narratives reveal which part of the night they prefer to document. thephoblographer.com

2017-9-19 16:00

After This Photo Of A Nurse Went Viral, Moms Flooded The Internet With Stories That Will Amaze You

When a woman is giving birth, the right nurse can make all the difference in how she gets through and remembers the milestone event. Jill Krause, the writer behind parenting blog Baby Rabies, recently took to Facebook to express her gratitude for labor and delivery nurses, and she ended up setting off a chain reaction of love and support. boredpanda.com

2017-9-18 11:45

10+ Before & After Photos That Prove Why Animal Shelters Need Good Photographers

Much like your Tinder profile picture can make or break your chances of finding a match, so too can pictures of shelter animals make or break their chances of finding a forever home. This theory has recently been proved by Floridas Orange County Animal Services (OCAS), because the organization recently broke a 48-year-old adoption record and they say that good photography played a big part in their re-homing of so many animals. boredpanda.com

2017-9-8 11:51

15 Before & After Photos That Prove Why Animal Shelters Need Good Photographers

Much like your Tinder profile picture can make or break your chances of finding a match, so too can pictures of shelter animals make or break their chances of finding a forever home. This theory has recently been proved by Floridas Orange County Animal Services (OCAS), because the organization recently broke a 48-year-old adoption record and they say that good photography played a big part in their re-homing of so many animals. boredpanda.com

2017-9-7 11:51

Woman Stripped of Prizes After Using Public Domain Photos to Win Contests

A Swiss photographer has been stripped of two awards after it was revealed that she had submitted a Thai photographer’s public domain photos as her own to win the contests and earn $3,100. Khaosod English reports that photographer Madeleine Josephine Fierz had won 1st prize in the Moscow International Foto Awards and 2nd prize in […] petapixel.com

2017-9-2 19:17

Drone Photographer Arrested After Flying Over Forest Fire

An Arizona aerial photographer has been arrested for flying a drone over a forest fire in Goodwin, Arizona. His actions caused 14 firefighting aircraft and crews to be grounded. The Arizona Republic reports that the grounding of the planes meant ground units had to temporarily abandon their firefighting efforts as they no longer had air support, letting […] petapixel.com

2017-7-3 20:00

Laguna Beach Edits Non-Commercial Photo Permit After Outcry

Earlier this month, we reported that the city of Laguna Beach, California, required photographers to pay $100+ for a photo permit even if they were shooting non-commercial photos on public land. After word of the policy spread and complaints began flooding in, Laguna Beach has now changed its policy, making it clear that personal photography […] petapixel.com

2017-6-23 18:28