La Noir Image Wants to Feature Black and White Analog Photographers

Next month at our premium publication, La Noir Image, we're featuring the work of analog based photographers that shoot in black and white. Artist features on the website are free to the public with our more premium tutorials being available once you subscribe to the site for as little as $15/month.

The Biggest Innovations in Photography in 2016

Photography is evolving: it seems like everyone is really into 360 video, VR, etc as it continues to evolve. But traditional camera companies are continuing to innovate and other companies have been becoming better and better at what they do.

First Impressions: PanoCatcher Loop 360 Photography Rig

With everyone seemingly trying to get into the world of 360 photography and video, there is no doubt a whole lot of disruption in the photography world right now. But if there is anything out there that really seems incredibly cool, then it's probably the PanoCapture Loop used to create what's being called a PanoMoment.

Three Years Later: Remembering Fujifilm 3000-B

For many of you enamored by the arguments of Fujifilm or Sony, megapixels, dynamic range, and more, you probably didn't care about a very big announcement from Fujifilm years ago. Today (November 14th) is the three year anniversary since the film was discontinued.

A Photographer’s Take: Why Work With Constant Lighting Vs Flash

One of the debates that so many photographers have with themselves when trying to evolve is whether or not they should work with constant lighting or flash. They're both used by professional photographers often, and they're both capable of delivering beautiful images.


Nils Karlson: On Glaucoma and Shooting with Film

Photographer Nils Karlson is a 41 year old creative living in Germany. "I started photography in my late 3's, almost a decade after I got a glaucoma diagnosis, which affects my eyesight – my right eye is useless for photography, so I adapted and became left-eyed.

15+ Breathtaking Photos Of Dancers In Motion By NYC Dance Project

The NYC Dance Project is an initiative designed to showcase the magical world of dance and dancers. It was founded by fashion/beauty photographer Ken Browar and dancer/photographer Deborah Ory and the beautiful pictures you can see here are taken from a book called The Art of Movement that's soon to be released.


I Capture Emotional People’s Stories In My Photographs

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.

My Personal Overview Of Two Years Aurora Hunting In Iceland

I spent over two years in Iceland trying to find the most incredible natural phenomena close to Reykjavik. Northern lights are very desirable thing these days. This is one of the few things which make Iceland very popular destination right now.

I Document The Beauty Of Small Things

Macro photography is something I enjoy doing in my free time. I work as a children photographer for almost 8 years and I love it. I have always loved capturing the beauty of nature, especially in the small things.

Beginner Photography: Abstract

I’m back! For those of you who don’t know me (impossible!) I do customer support, video editing, and moderate the comments on TCLive for Northrup Photography. What I am not is a photographer.