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Akash Deep Puri made this beautiful image for our “Monochrome” theme. In additi…

Shutterbug Magazine Akash Deep Puri made this beautiful image for our “Monochrome” theme. In addition to sharing images here for our Facebook themes, we encourage everyone to share your work in the galleries on Shutterbug’s website: http://www.shutterbug.com/galleries Read More at Shutterbug.com

New Gear: Profoto Small and Medium Deep Lighting Umbrellas

Popular Photography What’s your favorite size and material for an umbrella? New Gear: Profoto Small and Medium Deep Lighting Umbrellas Profoto’s deep umbrellas now come in several new sizes. Read More at Popular Photography

Akash Deep Puri captured this dramatic sunset for our “Adventure” theme while ta…

Shutterbug Magazine Akash Deep Puri captured this dramatic sunset for our “Adventure” theme while taking a late-day hike. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Deep Cover: My 10 Favorite Stealth Photo Tools for Capturing “The Decisive Moment”

Shutterbug Magazine For when you need to be discreet. Deep Cover: My 10 Favorite Stealth Photo Tools for Capturing “The Decisive Moment” “To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event.”—Henri Cartier-Bresson Read More at Shutterbug.com

We’re deep into the dog days of summer but our Photo of the Day by Phil Pantano …

We’re deep into the dog days of summer but our Photo of the Day by Phil Pantano should put you in a cool mood. See a larger version here: http://bit.ly/2wtD8OM Link to the full Shutterbug Magazine story

“Hope will never be silent, speaks deep but effects loud, not everyone can hear,…

“Hope will never be silent, speaks deep but effects loud, not everyone can hear, whispers to heal and cure our souls to give life it sings without words and never stops at all” “Hope ..” by Ali Al-Zaidi Profile: http://hubs.ly/H07ZJrJ0 #500px #Hope Link to the full 500px story

Understanding the Science of Deep Focus and the Hyperfocal Distance

Time to get science-y. Understanding the Science of Deep Focus and the Hyperfocal Distance Some of the greatest films ever made took advantage of deep focus and Hyperfocal distance to tell a story on screen. Here’s how you too can master the concept and add a valuable technique to your video and photography repertoire. Link to the full Fstoppers story

Ordinary Life In Iran

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

The Eyes Have It; But The Homeless Have The Eyes

Not all people who have met the misfortune of homelessness are homogeneous and can be lumped into one group. Homelessness does not define a person. Rather, it is a description of one’s circumstances and not who they are. Let us never forget that these are individuals with their own special stories and the blessing of life from God. Furthermore, the label alone will never define the potential of a single person. Just ask world-renowned author and humanitarian, J.K. Rowling. However, […]

What This Guy’s “Crazy” Family Is Really Like!

We all have our special version of “crazy.” It’s a place most of us dare not go for fear of embarrassment and sometimes even pain. Not the crazy that risks one’s life or jepordizes another. Rather, the kind of crazy that is in all of us and forces us to act outside our typical, predictable, and narrow emotional expression. God designed each of us with an infinite range of expression. This includes expressions that most people who know us well would never expect […]

Can You Find Beauty In Hardship?

For most of us, the life of those depicted in the images from this NPR article is simply unimaginable. Still, there is an immense beauty about them that is not easily understood. Probably because hardship brings out the absolute best in us. It separates us from our comfort zone that tends to take off the pressure of truly “living life” and pursuing our full potential. Hardship builds character. It inspires the possiblity of the impossible. It humbles us to the point where our humanity radiates love, […]

One Nation, Under God…

Dear Americans: Whatever your political persuasion and your feelings about the current environment, the real tragedy is that America is, was, and will likely continue to be a deeply divided people. Unfortunately, hate and prejudice are in the hearts of all men since the beginning of time. These traits do not belong to a particular political persuasion, religion, race, ethnicity, age, etc. However, man can and will use such mechanisms to promote his own divisive agenda. This vulnerability belongs to all […]

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, […]

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, […]

Even A Broken Clock Is Right Twice A Day

It is fascinating to see how people from developed societies transform physically during the course of a 24 hour day. I promise this is not the case in underdeveloped parts of the world. This a a great project and the photographer has done a great job capturing this phenomenon. Beyond the novel and creative however, maybe a deeper look should inspire us to look at the effort we budget for physical transformation and that which we set aside for spiritual. Just […]

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

You Can Run But You Can’t Hide

Shot in the dark: the animals who shun sunlight – in pictures. Wildlife photographer Danté Fenolio has headed into areas untouched by sunlight – deep seas, caves and underground – and found creatures that are exploding with colour. Shot in the dark: the animals who shun sunlight – in pictures – The Guardian thumbnail courtesy of theguardian.com

Look Into My Eyes…

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

True love never dies : Chris Mininni shares powerful photo of parents last moments together – Yahoo7

I could barely get through this story and the accompanied video. Why are we are so deeply moved, often to tears, when we witness a love this true? There seems to be something very intentional in our design. Is this a clue to who God is to us? I suspect that is the case. A love so powerful that it can pave the way through the noise of this world and bring us a healing strength that can overcome any and all life’s challenges. -Greg Pai

Look Into My Eyes…

“Our eyes are like caverns lined with gold. The treasure that lies deep within them can be seen from a mile away.” -Greg Pai

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

Let There Be Light!

Parish Kohanim, a sought-after commercial photographer, will never forget the flowers of his childhood in Shiraz, Iran.

Peripheral Vision On Steroids!

Imagine that you could see the entire universe in a single photo.

Are You A Picture Taker Or A Photographer?

A Picture-Taker becomes a Photographer when he or she has connected with the phenomenon that they capture.

Is Life Really Better Under The Sea?

Not likely unless you are a fish. However, this recent photo contest makes a compelling case for the world down under. Most of us will never come face to face with these forms of life except through the lens of these brave photographers (who also happen to be divers). An example of where two talents are necessary to bring about a single result. The Ocean’s Chaotic Beauty Captured In 15 Award-Winning Photos “In case you needed further proof that the ocean […]

Saving For A Rainy Day

“If for only a moment, as I looked through the lens and framed this shot, I was able to dream of what it would be like to cut these wires of bondage and tension, and witness all God’s children ascend into the heavens and into His loving arms. A world free of violence, oppression, starvation, and disease.”

Photographing People & Life

Capturing God’s greatest creation in the form of spontaneous or anticipated moments produces a perfect exhibition of just how magnificent a creation we are.

Closeups Of God’s Creation

Photos that close in on the most finite details of creation or those that are emotionally inspiring because they connect with the heart are what I call “Close Ups” of God.

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