We’ve got a fun article today in which we post-process photojournalistic-style photos and polish them in an artistic way. Much like Steve McCurry did to his photos, but without the heaping pile of backlash.
One of the things that I really enjoy doing is follow up interviews with photographers to showcase to you readers how they've grown and made themselves into success stories--and in the case of photographer Ryan Struck you'll have a giant smile on your face.
We like to think that landscape photographers aren't very picky when it comes to scenic locations to capture. Sometimes, however, it's also easy to see that some locations captivate differently than others.
It seems like the never ending struggle as a photographer is to find the ideal camera bag to carry everything you need in a way that you prefer to carry it, along with whatever accessories and whatever else you want to carry with it.
My photographic journey was a long one, with many twists and turns that eventually landed me in the world of Fujifilm. The first time someone suggested I try out a Fujifilm camera, I laughed at them.
Danish photographer Mads Peter Iversen may have eased into photography from commercial videography, but you can say taking his sweet time enabled him to discover the kind of work that resonates with him.
Documenting daily life in plantations is one of the most beautiful projects that every photographer should take on if they have the chance. Every location holds a different story and shows a certain scenery but the messages are always eye-opening.
Having the right camera with you on your travels is a vital step in any successful trip. Perhaps you already choose to travel with one or several trusted film cameras, and have reasons of your own for doing so.
Creating a picture of a place through its people is one effective way to show the essence of a destination; and this portrait set taken by Amsterdam-based Stijn Hoekstra around Cuba is a great example.
It looks like traveling through United States airports will become even more laborious, as you will now have to remove all electronics larger than a smartphone from your carry-on. Is it a huge deal? Not really, I think I’m asked to remove camera gear or I get hit by a second screening 50% of the Read more...
What’s up, jerks? We reviewed your travel photos last night, and you really came through! It’s a pretty ambiguous topic, but I think we got some really impressive submissions. We decided that travel photography was something that captured the unique spirit of a place, or portrayed motion and destination. Support our Patreon! You can vote on […]
If you are a photographer who often has to travel with your gear, be it a small kit or a large one, then you know the struggles and stress related to this. Finding a quality bag to protect your gear while in route to your destination can go a long way towards alleviating some of that and Tenba’s Roadie line of bags are designed just for this purpose.
The Wells Fargo banker cocked his head, bit his lip, and spoke slowly. “You want a personal loan for a camera lens?” I grinned. “Yep,” I said. “$5,000 must buy a heck of a lens,” he said. He was right about that.
If you’re a tall white guy walking around in touristy parts of China, there’s a good chance you may be stopped by random people and asked to pose for a photo. This strange phenomenon can be seen in this 3-minute video recorded a few years ago by comedian Paul Ogata. It’s titled, “Yes You May […]
When I started working in photography, digital already ruled the industry. I never got the chance to perform controlled photography (don’t wanna use the term “professional”) using film.
Great environmental portrait photography usually shows people in a situation they live in (or sometimes at work and play) that says something about who they are. Patrick Temme's environmental portrait approach in his documentation work beautifully captured the grace and charisma of the people he encountered in Tigray, Ethiopia in Africa.
Last year we featured Ben Blennerhassett's amazing travel photography work taken at locations from all around the world here. Recently in his trip to Spain, he has created a short film titled "One Heart" showcasing breathtaking landscapes mixed with slices of real life scenes of the streets and people there.