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“Everything I do goes back to the community where I shoot. There’s a percentage …

Magnum Photos “Everything I do goes back to the community where I shoot. There’s a percentage of profit that goes back to them (the Liggins), a percentage of profit goes into a scholarship fund for a high school or college-aged kid photographer of color who wouldn’t otherwise be able to do it. – David Alan Harvey, from the series ‘Tell it like it is.’ Signed collector’s editions include contact sheets and a hand-print by Harvey himself now available here http://bit.ly/TellitLikeitIsHarvey. […]

Critique the Community: Night Photography | Fstoppers

Fstoppers Did you win? Check out this week’s shots! Critique the Community: Night Photography | Fstoppers Twenty images taken at night were put in front of Lee and Patrick to rate. There was a lot of disagreement. Read More at Fstoppers

Photographer Teams Up With Facebook to Bring Visibility to the LGBTQ Community

Fstoppers A photographer joined with Facebook to help the LGBTQ community. Photographer Teams Up With Facebook to Bring Visibility to the LGBTQ Community A Texas photographer who uses imagery to uplift, spread awareness and progression of the LGBTQ community visibility is teaming up with Facebook for Pride. Read More at Fstoppers

Critique the Community: High School Senior Portraits | Fstoppers

Fstoppers Check out the winners! Critique the Community: High School Senior Portraits | Fstoppers We took a trip up to New York City last week and sat down with Peter Hurley to critique 20 high school senior portraits submitted by the community. Here are the results. Read More at Fstoppers

Critique the Community: Minimalistic | Fstoppers

Fstoppers Show us what you’ve got! Critique the Community: Minimalistic | Fstoppers For this episode of Critique the Community, we want to see your best simple but beautiful shots. Read More at Fstoppers

Instagram Updates Community Guidelines for Nudity

Popular Photography Remember this before posting any pictures from last night. Instagram Updates Community Guidelines for Nudity The full-body suit is approved for Instagram’s nudity policy Instagram has just updated its guidelines to make it clear to users what images can and cannot be shared through the app. In the guidelines, the app states, “We know that there are times when people might want to share nude images that are artistic or creative in nature, but for a variety of […]

Critique the Community: Landscape Photography | Fstoppers

Fstoppers Did you win!? Critique the Community: Landscape Photography | Fstoppers During their trip around South America, Lee and Elia took a quick break from their work on Photographing the World 4 to critique the wide variety of submissions sent in by the Fstoppers Community and announced the winners of the Fstoppers tutorials. Read More at Fstoppers

Critique the Community: Motion | Fstoppers

Fstoppers Show us what you’ve got! Critique the Community: Motion | Fstoppers This week’s Critique the Community strays from our normal trend of genre specific photography and opens up submissions to any images that incorporate motion. Read More at Fstoppers

Critique the Community: Portraits | Fstoppers

Fstoppers Did you win? Critique the Community: Portraits | Fstoppers Our next Critique the Community launches our brand new platform for the series. Submit your best portrait for a chance to have it reviewed by the Lee Morris and Patrick Hall in addition to winning one of two free Fstoppers original tutorials. Read More at Fstoppers

Critique the Community

Fstoppers Want to win a free Fstoppers tutorial? Show us your best shots! Critique the Community Read More at Fstoppers

Critique the Community Episode 25: Environmental Portraits

Fstoppers Did you win!? Check out this week’s episode. Critique the Community Episode 25: Environmental Portraits A week and a half ago we asked the community to submit their best environmental portraits to be critiqued by Lee and Patrick. We got some awesome submissions and one lucky entrant won a free Fstoppers tutorial. Read More at Fstoppers

Critique the Community: Submit Your Telephoto Landscape or Cityscape Photos Now

Fstoppers Enter now! Critique the Community: Submit Your Telephoto Landscape or Cityscape Photos Now Our next episode of Critique the Community will offer a slightly different take on landscape photography as we will be focusing only on shots taken over 50mm. Submit your best telephoto landscape or cityscape shot below and receive a chance to win a free Fstoppers original tutorial. Read More at Fstoppers

In Focus: Yasin Osman’s Community Photo Workshop

Popular Photography Photography is an inspiring thing. This is awesome. In Focus: Yasin Osman’s Community Photo Workshop Toronto-based photographer Yasin Osman founded Shoot for Peace to give back to the kids in his community. Read More at Popular Photography

Critique the Community Is Back! Submit Your Commercial Photographs

Fstoppers Would you like us to critique your work? Submit your images now! Critique the Community Is Back! Submit Your Commercial Photographs Fstoppers is happy to announce we’re bringing back Critique the Community in 2018. We invite everyone to submit your best commercial image to be critiqued by the Fstoppers team. We are keeping this first critique of 2018 pretty vague and broad, so if you think your image is “commercial” then submit�… Read More at Fstoppers

Interested in joining the premier photography community? Get access to online ph…

500px Interested in joining the premier photography community? Get access to online photography Classes, a priority listing in Directory, unlimited photo storage and more. Start your 2 week free-trial today! http://hubs.ly/H0729610 Photo credit: Merlin Kafka. For more of Merlin’s work visit http://hubs.ly/H0729620 Read More at 500px

500px community members had the chance to chat with and ask questions to our CEO…

500px 500px community members had the chance to chat with and ask questions to our CEO either in person, in our Toronto office, or through our Facebook live stream. Didn’t get a chance to pass by? Check out the recording of the event here: https://goo.gl/l194k0 Read More at 500px

Nikon promotes D850 with 32 men and 0 women, community reacts fiercely

DIYPhotography Oh, Nikon… Nikon promotes D850 with 32 men and 0 women, community reacts fiercely There’s been quite a hype about the new Nikon D850. Even me, generally not obsessed with gear, am thinking of saving up and treat myself with this beast of a camera someday. But, judging from the list of Nikon Asia, Middle East and Africa Ambassadors – this camera may not be for women. Their promoti… Read More at DIY Photography

Attention 500px Community members in San Francisco! On Monday, July 24, meet oth…

Attention 500px Community members in San Francisco! On Monday, July 24, meet other community members and chat with our CEO, Andy Yang, at The Mill coffee house. Afterwards, join us in exploring the views of the Alamo Square alongside 500px Photographer Oscar Nilsson. Register here: http://hubs.ly/H085YVk0 Picture: “Golden Gate Bridge” by Alain Picard Profile: http://hubs.ly/H085Z4d0 #500px #SanFrancisco #500pxMeetUp Link to the full 500px story

Each month, 500px selects two photographers from the 500px community to curate t…

Each month, 500px selects two photographers from the 500px community to curate the coveted Editors’ Choice page. Meet our guest editors for the month of June: http://hubs.ly/H07KTHr0 Picture: “Indian palace light rays” by Jérémie Tardieu (http://hubs.ly/H07KTHs0) #500px #GuestEditors Link to the full 500px story

Twillingate and The Isles Photography Group focuses on natural beauty – The Pilot

Twillingate and The Isles Photography Group focuses on natural beauty – The Pilot Every year thousands of tourists flock to the scenic communities on the northeast coast of Newfoundland. The promise of whale and iceberg sightings, as well as the beauty in the rugged landscape, attracts people from all over the world. Twillingate and The Isles Photography Group focuses on natural beauty – The Pilot thumbnail courtesy of www.lportepilot.ca

Ordinary Life In Iran

These stunningly beautiful photos show what ordinary life in Iran is like – Washington Post

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 […]

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 […]

Greg Pai On “The Voice of the Heart” and photographingGOD Podcast

Journey with photographingGOD founder and photographer, Greg Pai as he leads you through the perils of “the voice of the world” that distances us from our natural existence and connection with God as it defines, informs, and motivates us. Greg suggests an alternative voice that speaks from our hearts. And it was this very voice that inspired Greg to launch photographingGOD.

We Are Bound By A Ball And Chain

Power is handed down by God, who is the ultimate power, to politicians, teachers, corporate leaders, parents, etc.  Those who are blessed with power are given gifts and talents to inspire and bring out the best in us as a community. However, if the fever of power overcomes the leadership, humility is overwhelmed by self righteousness and the pursuit of personal gain. Before long, people question the motives of the powerful and lose faith in the system. When people lose faith in […]

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, […]

The NEW pGOD App Is Here & FREE! For Apple and Android Devices

You Are Only One Click Away! Download Download The pGOD App was developed for you. Now you can have convenient access to enhanced content and features including: WALL OF WISDOM: Powerful images, quotes, and thought-provoking narrative serve to inspire your search and need for daily purpose, peace, and passion. The ingredients to pursuing true joy in this life. WOW posts muffle the destructive 24/7 “Voice Of The World” which serves to separate us from our divine and natural creation and […]

Minimum Wage? Not!

You can honor God in all you do. Especially in your profession, whatever it may be. Working for God is NOT a religious position. Working for God is the ONLY position. We can seek, serve, and honor God in every aspect of our profession. Often however, it means comprising our selfish ambitions for success and wealth creation for greater and a more impactful purpose. Always, it means performing our jobs at the highest levels and acknowledging God as the giver of all talent, skill, […]

Up, Up, And Away!

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

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

Maya Barnes Phone Home… Not!

Maya is a 14-year-old, somewhat typical, high school student. What possibly makes her less typical is her willingness to disconnect from the digital madness that has consumed our world. Well – at least long enough to understand what she might have been missing.

Our “We Need A Quote Winner” Is Allen Jose Hinahon Tingzon

We needed a quote. And the photographingGOD community responded. So many to choose from. More importantly, it was a blessing to enjoy the inspirations that were shared. Really, they are all winners, and so, WE are all winners. However, we choose one to feature and that honor went to Allen Jose Hinahon Tingzon of Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. When asked what photographingGOD meant to him, Allen told us this… “photographingGOD is a very unique platform to express one’s faith in God and […]

Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m Yours… Forever

Local photographer creates image for Forever Stamp. The U.S. Postal Service is using this image of the Everglades by local photographer Paul Marcellini on one of its Forever Stamps celebrating America’s National Parks. The United States Postal Service on Apr. thumbnail courtesy of communitynewspapers.com

King Chops Onions For Kids

This photo of Bhutan’s King Jigme Wang chuck chopping onions for community children is going viral!King Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema had become quite popular on social media after his son was born on February 5. The couple had shared photos with the baby on Facebook. thumbnail courtesy of india.com

True Friendship

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

Every Day Is Mothers’ Day!

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

“Celebrate Childhood”

The moments of a child’s life captured as an image are always celebratory.

Be Light!

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

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