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I Love To See Men Cry

‘I Love to See Men Cry’: Interview With Jill Freedman, Street Photographer of the ’70s and ’80s. I found the photographer Jill Freedman on a packed subway car. I was doing what lots of people do during their commute to and from work—scrolling mindlessly through Instagram. Another photographer I follow re-posted one of her photos with something … ‘I Love to See Men Cry’: Interview With Jill Freedman, Street Photographer of the ’70s and ’80s – Jezebel thumbnail courtesy of jezebel.com

Only God!

Photo Credit: Dan Park (New York, USA)

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 […]

Aging Like A Fine Wine

Photographer finds beauty in the process of aging. Peninsula photographer Jay Ruland takes photos of roses past their prime. Photo by Jay Ruland. By Vicki Larson, . Posted: 05/25/16, 12:08 PM PDT | Updated: 37 secs ago. # Comments. A photo of a rose from Jay Ruland’s … Photographer finds beauty in the process of aging – Marin Independent Journal thumbnail courtesy of marinij.com

EVeryday Life In Myanmar

Crowdsourced Photography Website Showcases the Beauty of Everyday Life in Myanmar. Photo from Featured Collectives by Thet Paing Htay. Life of Ferry Boats. Yangon, Myanmar. 2015. CC License. A crowdsourced photo blogging website, Featured Collectives, encourages submissions from photographers who capture the day-to-day of … Crowdsourced Photography Website Showcases the Beauty of Everyday Life in Myanmar – Global Voices Online thumbnail courtesy of globalvoices.org

Are Clouds In Your Forecast?

Photo Credit: DP Photography & Design (Please check out Prakash’s world-renowned work at http://www.dpdesignography.com)

Views That Speak Bring Strength To The Weak

“Views that speak, bring strength to the weak.” -Greg Pai

The View That I Choose

by Greg Pai
Photo Credit: DP Photography & Design

Extra! Extra! Did you read the news?
God’s world is a world of infinite views;
In a contest,
I promise,
not one would lose;
But the one from above, is the one that I choose.

Engaging With Culture = More Distinct Photos

Tips from a travel photographer: Engage with the culture to capture more creative, distinctive photos. Your camera is bored, says Boston Globe columnist Christopher Muther. A lot of people take the same “dime-a-dozen” views of landmarks and scenery around the world, he continues. Tips from a travel photographer: Engage with the culture to capture more creative, distinctive photos – imaging resource thumbnail courtesy of imaging-resource.com

Everyday Nature

New Hope-Solebury freshman photographer finds beauty in everyday nature. Photography is one of my many passions. Growing up, I always had a camera in my hand. To this day, I still love taking photos of anything that catches my eye. New Hope-Solebury freshman photographer finds beauty in everyday nature – Bucks County Courier Times thumbnail courtesy of buckscountycouriertimes.com

Unique Iowa

Meet the Photographer You Know Best for Showcasing Iowa on Social Media. DES MOINES, Iowa – A local photographer known on social media for sharing his scenes of the city is now sharing what he has learned about photography. From behind the lens, Mirza Kudic sees the city in a unique light. Meet the Photographer You Know Best for Showcasing Iowa on Social Media – whotv.com thumbnail courtesy of whotv.com

Beirut’s Geometric Beauty

Serge Najjar reveals the beauty of Beirut through minimalist, geometric photography. Remember the unfair old saying, “It’s like Beirut on a bad day”? Well that’s not the case when you see the city today, which has been rebuilt and modernised since the end of the Lebanese Civil War. Serge Najjar reveals the beauty of Beirut through minimalist, geometric photography – Creative Boom (blog) thumbnail courtesy of creativeboom.com

Passion For Photogrpahy

Following a passion for photography. Once upon a time a week’s worth of delivering the paid for a roll of film. Following a passion for photography – New Zealand Herald thumbnail courtesy of nzherald.co.nz  

Devine Lines

Photography of contemporary architecture celebrates a love of all things linear. You might recognise the work of photographer Sebastian Weiss from our previous feature. And as you can probably tell we just can’t get enough of him. Photography of contemporary architecture celebrates a love of all things linear – Creative Boom (blog) thumbnail courtesy of creativeboom.com

Black Culture In Photography

Addressing the Representation of Black Culture in Photography. In the documentation of U.S. history through photography, a fundamental component has long been overlooked by the art and media world: black photography by black photographers. Addressing the Representation of Black Culture in Photography – TIME thumbnail courtesy of time.com  

An Engagement To Remeber

24 Unique Engagement Photos to Inspire Your Own Upcoming Shoot. So you got engaged! Now it’s time to announce it to the world with some gorgeous photos. We rounded up the most stunning and unique pictures from professional photographers that will totally inspire you. 24 Unique Engagement Photos to Inspire Your Own Upcoming Shoot – POPSUGAR thumbnail courtesy of popsugar.com

Much To Learn From Child Mothers

What I Learned From Interviewing 25 Child Mothers Around The WorldMulenga*, 14, lives with her daughter, parents, her father’s second wife, and ten siblings in a remote village in Zambia. She used to go to school, and wanted to become a doctor, until her mother discovered she was pregnant. What I Learned From Interviewing 25 Child Mothers Around The World – Refinery29 thumbnail courtesy of refinery29.com

Beauty And Peace In St. Lucie

Local photographer finds beauty, peace on St. Lucie County trailsCliff Cammarata captured this image while walking down a foggy trail at the Pinelands Preserve and suddenly realizing he wasn’t alone. 2:00 p.m.. Local photographer finds beauty, peace on St. Lucie County trails – TCPalm thumbnail courtesy of tcpalm.com

Colorblind Photographer

Life as a Colorblind Photographer. “It’s not easy to explain,” says Photographer Francesco Nacchia; a colorblind shooter who has been interviewed here before. Life as a Colorblind Photographer – The Phoblographer (blog) thumbnail courtesy of thephoblographer.com

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

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

Smile And Say Yum!

Day In The Life: Food and Restaurant Photographer Cayla Zahoran. Cayla Zahoran is a food photographer who lives and works in New York City. She works with magazines and restaurants, creating appetizing images. You can see more of her work on her website and follow her on Instagram. thumbnail courtesy of popphoto.com 

WHOOSH!

Photographer Captures the Fiery Beauty of the Classic “Whoosh Bottle” Experiment. Soon after human beings discovered fire and alcohol, one intrepid soul most likely tried combining the two with magical (and probably highly dangerous) results. thumbnail courtesy of nerdist.com

Guitars Come To Life

Salt Spring Island photographer brings rare, vintage guitars to life in exhibition. Salt Spring Island photographer Gillean Proctor knew immediately what his newest project would be when he visited an acquaintance’s house and was shown a rather unique collection, tucked away in a room in a basement behind a “secret door.”. thumbnail courtesy of www.cbc.ca

Youth Sees Art In Simple Things

Photography program helps Paterson youths see art in life’s simple things. PATERSON – Eighth-grader Leidy Rodriguez was home alone washing dishes when something caught her eye about the way the water was hitting the metal sink. So the 13-year-old student at School 3 got her camera and began snapping photos. thumbnail courtesy of northjersey.com

Can A Photograph Save A Life?

The photograph that saved a man’s life. Ben speaks to Cheddar’s David Channon who says this photograph saved his life after he drew comfort from it whilst recovering from a mystery infection in hospital. Ben also speaks to the man who took the photograph, David Thurston. thumbnail courtesy of bbc.co.uk

Stairway To…

“God has a set of stairs with your name on them.” -Greg Pai

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

Look Up In The Sky!

“Don’t fall hostage to your phone. There’s an amazing world out there to experience.” -Greg Pai

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

Only God!

Photo Credit: Dan Park (New York, USA)

Selfie (I Mean Selfish-ie) Overload!

Nine Places You Should Never Take A Selfie (USA.com)
Finally, someone took enough notice to at least lay down some ground rules for these things. Selfies, or as I call them “Selfish-ies,” are jamming up the cloud with images that are like plaque on one’s arteries.

Let There Be Light!

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

Shaken… Not Stirred!

“Watch mountains move when we submit to God’s plan for our lives.” -Greg Pai

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

Recording Artist Josette On Her Gift From God

Recording artist Josette credits God for her amazing talents and ability to persevere.

Every Day Is A New Day

“Every day begins with the opportunity to see the world differently. To appreciate everything and everyone around us.” -Greg Pai

Photo Credit: Greg Pai