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Dad Poses His Children for Out of This World Images Using Photoshop

Fstoppers These are incredible. Dad Poses His Children for Out of This World Images Using Photoshop What do you do when you get bored with photography? How do you funnel your creative energy when photography leaves your creative soul empty? Do you move on to something new or do you combine photography with something else? Read More at Fstoppers

Photographer Asks Starving Children to Dream of Food for Conceptual Project

Fstoppers Art or exploitation? Photographer Asks Starving Children to Dream of Food for Conceptual Project Italian photographer Alessio Mamo is sparking controversy online after World Press Photo showcased his latest series, “Dreaming Food.” The series is a “conceptual project” about the amount of food wasted in the Western world. Read More at Fstoppers

USA. St. Louis, Missouri. 1987. Homeless mother with children. From the #photob…

Magnum Photos USA. St. Louis, Missouri. 1987. Homeless mother with children. From the #photobook, ‘Eli Reed: A Long Walk Home,’ by Eli Reed – signed copies available in the Magnum Photos store: http://bit.ly/EliReedBook. © Eli Reed/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

How I shot portraits of syrian refugee children on The Impossible Project film

DIYPhotography How I shot portraits of syrian refugee children on The Impossible Project film http://bit.ly/1MiAsnJ How I shot portraits of syrian refugee children on The Impossible Project film In the spring of 2014, I started a long-term photography project focused on Syrian refugee children. I traveled through Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon and photographed children who fled Syria since the war started. I interviewed them in the presence of their parents or guardians and then photographed them both digitally and […]

8 Tips for Photographing Children

Digital Photography School An introduction to taking great photos of kids. 8 Tips for Photographing Children Children’s expressions are genuine; they love to live life with passion and abound in energy. When they are happy, their laughter and joy is infectious. They can be the best subjects of all – busy, happy, playful and real. If you’ve ever tried to take photos of kids who were not so crazy about… Read More at Digital Photography School

#YearinPictures: Children at a #football contest during the Belgian National D…

Magnum Photos #YearinPictures: Children at a #football contest during the Belgian National Day celebrations. Brussels, Belgium. July 21, 2015. © #JohnVink/ #MagnumPhotos. Magnum’s Photos of 2015 as curated by Peter van Agtmael features the Magnum membership’s choice of their favorite images of the year. Read More at Magnum Photos

Children of Abraham, an exhibition of work by A. Abbas, opens at the #UPenn Art…

Magnum Photos Children of Abraham, an exhibition of work by A. Abbas, opens at the #UPenn Arthur Ross Gallery in Philadelphia, PA until March 20: http://bit.ly/AbbasPHL In this image, Zion Church priests from the Khayelitsha township take their newly converted congregation to be baptized at sea. Cape Town, South Africa. 1999. © A. #Abbas/ #MagnumPhotos. Read More at Magnum Photos

Children playing on waste ground. Middlesbrough, England. 1976. © #PhilipJonesG…

Magnum Photos Children playing on waste ground. Middlesbrough, England. 1976. © #PhilipJonesGriffiths/ #MagnumPhotos. Read More at Magnum Photos

How to Capture Authentic Photos of Children with These Simple Tips

Digital Photography School How to create images of your kids that reflect their true character How to Capture Authentic Photos of Children with These Simple Tips Letting them be themselves results in authentic photos of children that capture their true personality. Here are some tips to help you. Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips for Photographing Children ️

Digital Photography School Tips for Photographing Children ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/tried-and-tested-tips-for-photographing-kids/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips for photographing children in the great outdoors

DIYPhotography Tips for photographing children in the great outdoors http://bit.ly/290IXZb Tips for photographing children in the great outdoors I primarily photograph people, but children are a subject I’ve generally stayed well clear of. I have nothing against them, and apparently I used to be one (my wife says I still am), but when it comes to photographing them, it just really doesn’t appeal to me. If you’re a parent, … Read More at DIY Photography

Available ready framed as a poster: Children play on waste ground in Middlesbrou…

Magnum Photos Available ready framed as a poster: Children play on waste ground in Middlesbrough, North-East England. Philip Jones Griffith. 1976. http://store.magnumphotos.com/collections/posters/products/magnum-collection-poster-middlesbrough-england-1976-philip-jones-griffiths © Philip Jones Griffiths / Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

The Josephine Herrick Project: Using Cameras to Improve the Lives of Vets, Autistic Children & the M

Shutterbug Magazine A fantastic organization! Click through to find out how you can donate. The Josephine Herrick Project: Using Cameras to Improve the Lives of Vets, Autistic Children & the M March 30 marks the 75th Anniversary of the Josephine Herrick Project (JHP), an amazing organization that uses photographic instruction to improves the lives of military vets, autistic children, the mentally challenged and others who can benefit from a positive influence upon their lives. Read More at Shutterbug.com

I photograph the magical winter with my children to immortalise the holiday season

DIYPhotography I photograph the magical winter with my children to immortalise the holiday season http://bit.ly/2hdF8pv I photograph the magical winter with my children to immortalise the holiday season On those short winter days when the roads are covered in snow, I take photos of my kids and their cousins to preserve the magic of this wonderful season. Both indoors and outdoors, during short days and long winter evenings, I capture the feeling of anticipation and nostalgia. With those photos I […]

Tips on Capturing Mesmerizing Images of Children

Fstoppers Photographing kiddos? Here’s your guide! Tips on Capturing Mesmerizing Images of Children It can be difficult enough to photograph adult models, but using children as models is a new level of challenging. There are a few tips to remember to make your shooting process a bit easier. Read More at Fstoppers

Photographer Captures Powerful Photos of Foster Children in Photo Series ‘Storie…

Exposure Guide Photographer Captures Powerful Photos of Foster Children in Photo Series ‘Stories Worth Telling’ http://goo.gl/NFPU9k Read More at Exposure Guide

Magnum co-founder David Seymour’s Children of War is showing in Hungary for the …

Magnum Photos Magnum co-founder David Seymour’s Children of War is showing in Hungary for the first time. The exhibition will be on display at Art Market Budapest and D17 Gallery in Budapest from October 14th: http://bit.ly/2cPJMF7 PHOTO: Active children of textile workers clamber over special climbing bars in the grounds of the house of the former factory owner, now the factory kindergarten. Hungary. 1948. © David Seymour/Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

Absolutely Adorable Photos of Young Children with Their Pets Photographer Elen…

Exposure Guide Absolutely Adorable Photos of Young Children with Their Pets http://goo.gl/pFMxb2 Photographer Elena Shumilova takes adoringly cute images of children with their pets caught in candid everyday moments. Read More at Exposure Guide

Photographer Uses Photoshop to Give Sick Children Magical Santa Photos

PetaPixel Photoshopping for a good cause. Photographer Uses Photoshop to Give Sick Children Magical Santa Photos Photographer and digital artist Karen Alsop wanted to bring Christmas cheer to sick children, so she decided to use her photography and Photoshop skills to Read More at PetaPixel

Children on swings. La Villette amusement park. 19th arrondissement. Paris, Fran…

Magnum Photos Children on swings. La Villette amusement park. 19th arrondissement. Paris, France. 1996. © Richard Kalvar / Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

How to Photograph Children Indoors: 8 Tips

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Children Indoors: 8 Tips Home is one of the best places to photograph children. They are in their trusted environment and you can capture them immersed in their activities and interactions, with all kinds of natural expressions. Yet photographing children indoors can be challenging and frustrating. The main reason is, of co… Read More at Picture Correct

3 Tips for Photographing Children Without Losing Your Mind

Digital Photography School Hands up those who need to read this? 3 Tips for Photographing Children Without Losing Your Mind Get some tips from experienced portrait photographer and mom, Meredith Clark, on how to photograph kids and keep your own sanity. Read More at Digital Photography School

Single mother creates out of this world portaits of her children and herself

Single mother creates out of this world portaits of her children and herself Single mother creates out of this world portaits of her children and herself Recently I got to speak to Gilmar Smith. I have been following Gilmar’s work online for a while now and I love it. I wanted to share with you all the creativity and imagination she brings to her images. Gilmar describes herself as a self-taught photographer, Photoshop addict and a social media junki… Link […]

7 Things I’ve Learned from Photographing Children

7 Things I’ve Learned from Photographing Children Photographing children always charges me up with positive energy. I’ve been doing it for years now, and not only do I believe they can be great teachers, but also that I’ve become a better photographer by learning from them. In no particular order, here are seven ways photographing children has impr… Link to the full Popular Photography Facebook post

How to Photograph Shy Children

Got shy kids? Here’s how to approach photographing them How to Photograph Shy Children When you’re photographing children, you’ll sometimes encounter ones who reveal their shining personality off the bat, show lots of expressions, and overall, just love the camera. Then there are times you’ll get a young subject who is weary of strangers or even hides from clicking black boxes that a… Link to the full Popular Photography Facebook post

“Children from the Horn of Africa” by Yasin Osman Profile: #500px

“Children from the Horn of Africa” by Yasin Osman Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08D8NS0 #500px Link to the full 500px Facebook post

10 Tips for Photographing Babies

10 Tips for Photographing Babies Most regular Digital Photography School readers are aware that a month ago I became a Dad. Our new son’s name is Xavier (you’ll get to know him over the course of this tutorial). I’ve previously written about the topic of photographing babies and children from the perspective of someone who has had his services engaged … read more at digital-photography-school.com  

Children of Europe • David Seymour • Magnum Photos

David Seymour’s post-war document powerfully communicates the realities of children starved of their youth. Children of Europe • David Seymour • Magnum Photos David Seymour’s post-war document brings focus to the children affected in the aftermath of the Second World War and documents their attempts to regain their childhood Link to the full Magnum Photos story

The Story Behind ‘Migrant Mother’ One Of The Most Famous Photographs Of All Time

Learn the story behind this famous photograph. The Story Behind ‘Migrant Mother’ One Of The Most Famous Photographs Of All Time Perhaps no single photo is more symbolic of America’s troubles during the Great Depression than Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother.” Depicting an itinerant farm worker, Florence Owens Thompson, and five of her children apparently in the grips of despair on the side of the road, this single image came… Source

Remember… Jesus Was Once A Refugee

Matthew 2:13-15
Now when they had gone, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, “Get up! Take the Child and His mother and flee to Egypt, and remain there until I tell you; for Herod is going to search for the Child to destroy Him.” So Joseph got up and took the Child and His mother while it was still night, and left for Egypt. He remained there until the death of Herod. This was to fulfill what had been spoken by the Lord through the prophet: “OUT OF EGYPT I CALLED MY SON.”

Buildings And Institutions Will Not Shape Your Child’s True Potential

At What Cost Does Our Current System Of Education Come? The developed world spends billions of dollars on education and is continuously moving the goal post on what is expected from our children. Absolutely, we should challenge our children’s potential. God created us with expandable capabilities, skills, and talents. So, we need to be all that we can be (As individuals, and not machines of course). But, have we stopped to think “at what cost” does this investment come? We […]

Exhausted On The Corporate Ladder? Climb This First…

Everything in life is relative. If we are open-minded, our perspective is constantly changing which is the way we were designed. As we learn and grow the more we know. A closed mind interferes with this process and makes us vulnerable to prejudice, ignorance, and neglect. Neglect for all the blessings in our life because we are not willing to know and appreciate the world around us. Many of us are at a stage in life where “climbing the corporate […]

Here Is Your Present… Now What? Seize Control!

There are gifts. There are presents. And then there is the ultimate gift which is the present.

You Say I Am Orphan; I Say I Am Loved!

By Greg Pai Inspired By Andrea Mani Photo Credit: Andrea Mani This is a time of the year where many feel lonely or empty.  Especially those who have no family to speak of. Our hearts have to place orphans at the top of that list. What we learn from this story inspired by Andrea Mani, is that we are all orphans if we don’t connect with and depend on God. Orphans have seemingly perfected that connection and dependence as a means of […]

When The World Goes Low…

What Is True Joy? Doing well and doing good not only go together, but are among the secret ingredients of true joy. Not the joy that comes from graduating from college, landing your first job, getting married, having a child, buying your dream car or home, or retirement. Those things are joyful, but they are also fleeting. Their elation will last for a time and will undoubtedly be interrupted by life’s unfortunate circumstances. However, true joy gives us the strength to look […]

When Does An “Ad” Subtract? When It Divides Instead Of Multiplies Of Course…

I cannot remember a time when the culture of advertising was truly inclusive (or the media for that matter). You would think that advertisers selling a product or service would want to appeal to the largest possible audience of potential customers. “Not just the perfect ones.” If I am selling soap, why would I only want to sell it to people who looked or acted like me? When advertisers choose certain “types” of people to represent their product and intentionally exclude others, […]

Cat Got My Tongue

I grew up believing I was allergic to cats and dogs. I later learned this was nothing more than a fable fabricated by others to discourage me from wanting a pet. So the TIME story, “Here Are Some Adorable Photos Of Kittens Pouncing” grabbed my tongue and inspired me to write a personal memoir, not about cats per se, but about life. Fast forward many years later, I found myself wandering into a pet store and buying my first dog. It […]

The World According To The World. A Frightening Look.

Whatever belief system you subscribe to, I think most of us can agree that civilization is becoming increasingly self-destructive. I suppose we may have been more barbaric in the distant past (and that may be debatable). Yet, has man’s creation of increasingly complex systems including government, finance & economics, health & medicine, organized religion, education, agriculture, commerce, technology, science, communications, media, and transportation, promoted progress for the human race? Is progress leaving anyone behind? Are we eradicating sickness and poverty; improving the quality, […]

Congratulations! You Are Destined To Conquer The Impossible!

Congratulations! By clicking this article, you are on your way to conquering the impossible – Your special impossible. The term “impossible” places such a burden on our lives as we grow up being told that more things are impossible than possible and that those things that are possible by someone are simply not possible by us. The reality is the contrary. Each of us has our own possible impossible. However, it requires a self-confidence and more importantly, a strong faith in God […]

My Public Profession

You know me as a photographer, writer, and Founder of photographingGOD. I also want you to know me as a devoted follower of Jesus Christ. Yes – that would make me a Christian. However, I want to live like Christ more than any label could offer. Frankly, religion and labels do more to offend me than not. Probably, because man has used them both for his own divisiveness. The current election in the United States is proof positive of that. —MORE

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