Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Any Lord of The Rings fan can tell you that New Zealand is one of earths visually stunning treasures. The dramatic landscapes and climbing terrain are perfect backdrops to any photograph. When photographer, Trey Ratcliff, decided to make the move to the Queenstown, he took the opportunity to get to know his new home from behind the camera.
Weddings call for many traditions, some expected and some very unusual. Take into account the different cultural backgrounds and the wedding ceremony gets even longer. The Trash the Dress tradition is one that takes place not on the day of the wedding itself, but on a separate occasion. It is a style of wedding photography that involves contrasting the elegant wedding gowns with a harsher background.
In today’s digital world the art of photography is taking a serious hit. With the introduction of DSLR cameras and the instant gratification they provide many modern day photographers have little, if any experience, with the original methods of capturing an image.
In this video tutorial Roberth Vala looks at how to create cracks in ice, inspired by the style of the film 'Ice Age'.
Above is a screencap of the photo appearing in the publication in question. At this time, it’s not clear whether or not the photographer has resolved the issue (Via Petapixel). Part of the reason why she has made the case public is to encourage photographers to learn about copyright law and so they may protect themselves if they ever find themselves to be in a similar situation.
Many space and photography enthusiasts have taken images from the International Space Station files to create some rather stunning timelapse videos of earth and space, but the video we see below, created with images from the Messenger spacecraft, give viewers a unique view of planet earth. As Messenger left the atmosphere on its way to Mercury, its Dual Imaging system captured hundreds of photos of earth, many of which we see in this sequence:
In this Making Of Dan Crossland shows us how he used only two brushes to create his amazing picture of Hayley.
Today Martin Kostov brings us Day 4 of his popular ‘Soviet Machine’ tutorial series. In today’s lesson, Martin continues to add many of the smaller elements that make up the machine’s detailed exterior and motor base.
For those of you fascinated by the architecture in Dubai , you will be pleased that photographer Richard Bentley has just released a time-lapse after scouring the city for amazing compositions.
Making the decision to remove your eye is difficult for anyone, and even more so for photographers. Unlike blind musicians who can still hear their music, photographers must have their sense of sight to be able to compose photos properly. James Fabri is among those who have chosen to continue pursuing photography despite having only one eye:
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