It was a pleasure speaking with Ira Block--a photographer who says that he's mastered both the creative side and documentary side of his craft at the moment due to his wanting to continually push himself forward and always create different images.
The Museum has been started in 2005 in a 1000 meters ground in Lavasan area ( Tehran / Iran ). It is directed by Prof Naser Houshmand Vaziri who is one of outstanding sculptors in Iran and all of designs, creativities and inventions have been made by him.This is the first private and personal caved museum in Iran.
I started this self-portrait project 1.5 years ago and it quickly became a big passion of mine. I was missing something extra in my landscape shots and I wanted to add a human element to them in order to demonstrate the connection that I feel when I’m out in the nature.
I'm not sure how this started to be honest, but a couple of years ago now I became obsessed with creating my own little bath sanctuaries after a long day at work. As time passes these seem to get more and more elaborate, but I can't deny that creating them is one of my favorite things to do! You can see more of my bath shots on Instagram but in the meantime please enjoy the following creations, with a few at the end that is yet to be shared on my Instagram account! I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy creating them! Also, credit to @mywalkinthworld for originally writing a blog post about my bath shots.
There were a whole lot of rumors abound on the web of the Panasonic GX9--and admittedly when I was called into Panasonic's headquarters to see the camera, I didn't honestly think that I should really believe it to be anything seriously cool at all.
While print may not be what it used to be for many photographers, one cannot deny just how important it is in our understanding of looking at images. Look at a book of prints and you'll be amazed at what's possible and just what they look like.
Fact: Most people using Adobe Lightroom when editing really just use the basic adjustments panel. I mean think about it, that's why the company went and made a completely different version of the software for folks who know nothing about editing.
I'm a photographer from Southern California, and although I specialize in portraits I think my favorite pastime is creatively editing floral photography. Each of my images look drastically different from what the scene actually looked like, and I like it that way because it creates a whimsical vibe.
Hong Kong is a city with a bit of everything: cityscapes, architecture, landscapes, and the ocean. Living in this wonderful city for over a year and a half, these are my highlights so far.
Looking at old photo albums makes me think that kids were way cooler back in the day. We built majestic snow castles in our backyards, climbed trees, wore fashionable sunglasses and had crazy haircuts.
I am interested in capturing a hidden reality through my photography - it's not about "smile for the camera" and photographs of pretty places. There are far more emotions that people and places convey.
We (Mango Street) teamed up with Jessica Kobeissi and Irene Rudnyk in Downtown Los Angeles to challenge ourselves to shoot a professional model using only our phones. Rachel, Daniel, and Jessica shot with an iPhone 7+ and Irene shot with a Google Pixel 2. Comment with your favorite(s) below!
We want to start this article off by saying that we live in a day and age where every camera is good if not great. It's possible to create a fantastic photo with a DSLR. It's pretty much equally possible to create a stellar photo with a mirrorless camera.
Ever since I became a photographer 2 years ago, I started to see things in a whole new way. It was like getting a brand new set of eyes. I started to really appreciate the normal everyday things that we seem to have blocked out and forgotten that they are surrounding us.
Tatiana Trofimova is a professional photographer from Minsk, Belarus. Her specialization is newborn photography. She is young, talented and brave to experiment.
I've always liked this strange feeling when you visit a summer hotspot during the winter season. People leave, the warm energy in the air disappears. It's kind of sad, but also calm and hopeful.
I'm Davide Sasso and during the last summer I went to Florence, in Italy. This city is really incredible, it is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, and has been called "the Athens of the Middle Ages".
In this blog article I will share a very useful tip which Brendan Van Son explained to me when I was on the second day of his photography workshop in Hucachina, Peru. He saw what I was doing when trying to photograph the above scene and saw that I was making the same mistake that lots of photographers make when photographing landscapes and showed me where I was going wrong.
This October 15th, we encourage you to come out and join us at the Great NYC Film Photography Gathering! This isn't a film photography photo walk, or a workshop, but instead it's a film photography meetup.
Very few apps really make me want to review them, but in the case of LightLeaker I'm more than eager to do so. LightLeaker joins the list with LensDistortions and RNI Films as some of my favorite apps for iOS that appeal to the photographer that wants much more than what the current suite of editing platforms offer simply because of their emphasis on creating a clinically perfect photo.
Showcasing modernist and brutalist architecture of Belgrade, Serbia. The series is trying to represent these concrete giants on the effective and beautiful way. Looking from the perspective of a single citizen, from an urban environment, these photos are appreciating the heritage of past times.
Yes, we obviously know that lots of photographers everywhere across the country and the world shoot film. But arguably, some of the most film development labs per capita are in NYC. So if you're in the tri-state area or want a lab that will develop your film, check out these offerings.
The reason for this article has a bit to do with organizing and managing your photo library in addition to a reader request on how to exactly do something like this. Indeed, organizing your photo library has always been a pain and the only way to fix the problem is to have good practices to begin with.
I was always busy. My job as a graphic designer meant long hours of work and almost always take work home. My children, where babies, and had to adapt to my schedules.
"There are always flowers for those who want to see them." - Henri Matisse I have always been very much inspired by the beauty, colours and simplicity of flowers. For me, flowers are the living proof that magic do exist in this world! I always try to portray little visual stories which are atmospheric, dreamy and give a sense of emotions.
Ceiling is one of the part of a house or any establishment which is not commonly check except when some wiring or systems needs to be fixed. The photographer's father found the mummified body of this cat at the ceiling where he works.
Our 12-year-old Pharaoh Hound, Aramis, has been diagnosed with a mass on his liver that is untreatable - I decided to have as much fun as possible with him and honor his personality in a special way.
"Not for the Bronica unfortunately, unless you could possibly bring the tripod mount into it, rigging something to the back to hold it in place. " says photographer Brock Saddler about his Bronica ETRS hack when I asked him about whether or not he'd still need to use the rubber bands.
I love travelling and taking pictures. I always admired beautiful professional photographs on Instagram and as I had no experience with photography I bought an entry level mirrorless camera almost 2 years ago and started to learn.
"Like the Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama (b. 1938), I believe that black and white photography is...erotic..."
As a photographer I have always dreamt about the opportunity to take photographs of moms and their kids. I didn't even expect that my dream will ever come true in such a beautiful way. Finally, when Mother's day was coming, there came the possibility to capture moms with their unique kids - children with special needs.
When our daughter Emilia was born, we staged this photoshoot that made it look like our little baby could fly. The pictures went viral. That was 2 years ago.
When photographers think about backdrops, many of us tend to try to be savvy--but the more discerning amongst us tend to reach for Oliphant backdrops. In fact, according to a recent blog post on the Retouchist, they can command a pretty penny.
Every photographer has fond memories of disposable cameras. Whether it was some weird project you had to do in first year art school, the “I only shoot film” phase that most of us go through, or childhood memories, we’ve all got a soft spot for those crappy plastic junk boxes that only work 50% of the time.
My name is Debmalya Sinha and I’m a personal documentary photographer. As Martin Parr once said, “Unless there’s some vulnerability there, I don’t think you’re going to get good photographs”; I started looking for my vulnerabilities inside my otherwise easy and mostly satisfying life and quickly found out one can find pain even in the intense orgasms inside the most loving embraces of life if one is looking for it.
My photography is all about reimagining the mundane - the bit of England I live in is reaaalllly dull so taking decent photos can be quite a challenge at times. I love to notice the things that other people might miss and I’m always looking to get the shot that makes people look twice or wonder how/where I’ve taken it.
I started photographing my kids in late 2015. We have a 10-acre farm with lots of farm animals, so they make their appearance often in the photos with the kids. Sometimes other critters make their way into the photos too, not just farm animals.
Photographer Jens Krauer is a documentary and street photographer based in Zurich. "Speaking three languages makes it easy for me to move between countries, and I travel as much as possible. " he tells us.
Irving Penn paved the way for modern photography by seamlessly crossing borders between high fashion and fine art. During the course of his career, Penn produced images that would grace the covers of Vogue while simultaneously appearing on the walls of galleries.
In many ways, Photographer Joel Tjintjelaar is "photographer's photographer. " He shoots beautiful long exposure black and white images, street photography, landscapes, still lifes, etc. He's creative while also blending in elements of capturing a scene though while still putting his own signature perspective on it.
Today, Phase One is introducing their latest step forward into the world of black and white: the Phase one IQ3 100MP Achromatic medium format back. This back attaches to Phase One's cameras and integrates into the rest of their system.
"My camera, that I call the 'Panomicron' is a 35mm panoramic camera that shoots 93x24 negatives. " says photographer Oscar Oweson in an interview with us. "It can use any Mamiya Press lens but does not have any rangefinder, zone focus only (so the 100mm f2.
I (Victoria Morphine) fighting with demons with my lenses and creativity. I'm 24 years old woman, self-taught artist. I started my more professional journey with art almost 10 years ago, art was my way to help myself with stress and frustration.
Photographer Kaamna Patel is based in Mumbai--where she returned after working for five years in Paris. "I am interested in themes of identity & globalisation, putting the world and myself under scrutiny, an objectivity facilitated by a lifestyle of constant travel.
In continuing my running through of various entries into The Phoblographer's analog zine, I've found a lot of amazing photographers who have pretty awesome work, but not quite zine quality. One of those photographers is Matt MacCourt--who has loved shooting portraits with color film for a while now.
If you've ever been curious about what hashtags are best for you as a photographer, then you're in luck because there's a brand new guide out about them. PhotoShelter teamed up with Feature Shoot recently to do a special guide to hashtags for photographers and breaks it down into a variety of different genres overall.
The folks over at Dyson media teamed up with photographer Alastair Bird to see what would happen when you shoot with expired film. As analog film photography is currently seeing a resurgence, it’s a question many people have on their mind.
Hong Kong Shing Mun Reservoir with IR filter.
My name is Marija Smanja and I'm a photographer from Bosnia and Herzegovina. When I started with photography, I used to shoot what I see in front of me, but after gaining some experience in portraiture, documentary, and some other fields in photography, I realized that I want to capture something that's not just aesthetically appealing but engage the viewers more and evokes their personal emotional response.