Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In a recent article titled Lasting Impressions: How to Create Memorable Travel Photographs, PictureCorrect provided detailed coverage of a lecture by Luke Ballard, an esteemed travel photographer who has successfully combined his two great passions—photography and globetrotting—into a successful career.
In the striking image below, photographer, Markus Grunau, captured the Charles Bridge under a most impressive and colorful sky as the sun began to make its appearance over Prague. The bridge, a historical landmark and main point of interest for tourists to the Czech Republic, is typically bustling with people all throughout the day.
Magyar made three films with his creation, each in a different metropolis: one in Tokyo’s Shinjuku station, one at Grand Central Station in New York City, and one at Berlin’s Alexanderplatz. He filmed from a train window as the train pulled into the station, capturing city dwellers in great detail at an unexpected moment.
Of all the many different situations a photographer may encounter, shooting baby portraits may be the most difficult. Even if you are not a professional photographer, but are just trying to shoot some cute portraits of your own child, getting the tot to cooperate can be a difficult task.
Travel photography often has the tendency to become a little redundant. Breaking new ground as a travel photographer by creating a unique photograph–or in this case, an entire collection–can be tedious. The task, however, was no problem for Murad Osmann, a music video producer and photographer. While doing some extensive traveling with his girlfriend, Osmann snapped a photograph in various locations of his girlfriend leading him around by his hand.
Like any professional photographer who loves what they do, Douglas Sonders decided to use his very rare weekend off from shooting for commercial clients to work on a personal photography project.
The once beautiful square has been reduced to ashes and destruction in what is being compared to a war zone, as the protesters and government battle one another. The fate of this country and its people is not known. While there are signs of progress, the violence has taken a devastating toll on both sides.
The ICANN recently released a handful of new domain name extensions that may be of interest to photographers and those involved in the photography industry. The following video explores the new options and some of the advantages and disadvantages of the extensions:
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To get the shots, the photographers and assistants were subject to zero gravity as well, making it particularly difficult to get good shots. The assistants, some of whom were tethered down, were often times responsible for holding the photographers steady while they worked.
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