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Maps and Other Photographers To Locate Your Landscape Locations

Using Google Maps and Other Photographers To Locate Your Landscape Locations | Fstoppers We have all been there: you see an image online that gives you the best perspective of a location but you have no idea exactly where it is located. Sometimes the photographer lists the location on social media, but more often they leave you wondering where exactly they were standing. Last week I set out to film a time-lapse of one of the most photographed skylines in the […]

No “Gear”-riority Complex Here!

Unfortunately, I own a lot of high-end camera gear. Why “unfortunately?” Well – I have concluded that a substantial portion of my energy is spent on selecting and fussing with equipment. Which camera body? What lens? What settings? And then there is whatever is left for actually shooting. It just doesn’t seem to make sense sometimes. Yes – there are both advantages and fascinations associated with certain equipment. However, if at the end of the day the result of all […]

“My Camera Was Like A Shield”

‘My camera was like a shield,’ says Syrian war photographer – Deutsche Welle

Tunnels Of Love

These are some of the most amazing pictures of a subway system I have ever seen. So how does one turn a metro system into something visually captivating? Well, it certainly doesn’t hurt when the subject is an architectural phenomenon as are the case in Chris Forsyth’s images. However, all train stations, new and old, have elements that can be pleasing or interesting to the eye. To start, train stations are loaded with interesting parallel lines that all lead to somewhere. […]

Images That Force Us To Look Into The Mirror

Selfies, advertising, and other staged photography all too often portray a false or fabricated depiction of our society. It is a no wonder that we don’t necessarily feel the immediate pressure to radically change our increasingly violent identity. Yet, images from around the world tell the true story of what we are becoming – Desensitized to violence. Understandably, who doesn’t want to live in “wonderland” like Alice, where we can shut this painful darkness out from our daily lives. However, the […]

You Must Remember This; A Kiss Is Not Just A Kiss…

Photographer Curious About Love Snaps Couples Kissing All Over New York City – Bravo (blog) Photographer Julia Xanthos loves love. The New York based professional photographer finds young couples in love on the city streets and documents it for a site she created, called YoungLove. Photographer Curious About Love Snaps Couples Kissing All Over New York City – Bravo (blog) thumbnail courtesy of bravotv.com

Making It Real – The Refugee Crisis

A lot of jibber jabber about the problem of refugees on social media. Images however, for those who care to see, start to bring the problem home and make it real. I pray this article and these images perform an angioplasty on the hearts of those who have turned their head away from this tragedy. This is not their problem. This is everyone’s problem.

We Don’t Have to Have Sight To Truly See

Unique vision from a blind photographer – Bristol24/7

Under The Sea… Under The Sea…

In pictures: Stunning images of sea life from the Underwater Photography of the Year 2017 – Yahoo News UK

Dizzying Sights From Dizzying Heights

German photographer climbs to dizzying heights, risking life and limb – Imaging Resource

Photographing the President: A Look Back at Every White House Photographer

The importance of presidential photography cannot be understated in today’s visual world. Although the bulk of photography since the inception of regular presidential photography in the 1950s still consists of “grip and grin” photo ops, White House photographers have sought to capture a more intimate look at the leader of the free world. Photographing the President: A Look Back at Every White House Photographer thumbnail courtesy of petapixel.com

When You Pass Through Waters…

Isaiah 43:2
When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and through the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you;

Snow In The Desert? Only God!

Isaiah 48:21
They did not thirst when He led them through the deserts; He made the water flow out of the rock for them; He split the rock and the water gushed forth.

Full Provision Is Made For Our Cure

John 5:4
For an angel went down at a certain season into the pool, and troubled the water: whosoever then first after the troubling of the water stepped in was made whole of whatsoever disease he had.

Confidence Has Great Reward

Hebrews 10:35
Therefore do not throw away your confidence, which has a great reward.

Love & Honor Each Other…

Romans 12:10
Love each other with genuine affection, and take delight in honoring each other.

Fear Not!

Isaiah 41:10
So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

Fight Like A 2 Year Old

The first time I read this article, I felt hope leak out of me. Who wouldn’t. And the photos didn’t help since they made this little girl’s short life and its finality very real. But, by the grace of God, I was able to pivot my emotions so I could find light in such total darkness. This baby didn’t battle cancer and die without leaving us a valuable message. Life is a fight. Different battles at different times. And here we […]

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, […]

When You Are All Out Of Hope

A pregnancy after a miscarriage can be difficult to endure. That’s why this viral image of six moms either pregnant with or holding their rainbow babies is beyond inspiring.

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 […]

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.

The Beauty Is In The Details; Not The Devil

We are in constant pursuit of the fountain of youth and all things new. When something gets old enough, we discard, retire, or replace it. When something gets worn enough, we polish, enhance, or renovate it. My concern is that we may be losing an appreciation for the precious relics of this earth and moreover, the beauty and richness that resides in age itself. Photographer Beth Moon successfully uses special techniques to accentuate the age of the world’s oldest trees. One such technique involves […]

Last Surviving Tribes On Earth

Photographer Captures The Last Surviving Tribes On Earth. It’s not every day that you get to explore some of the most remote places of the Earth, but photographer Jimmy Nelson has spent the past three years doing just that. Photographer Captures The Last Surviving Tribes On Earth – D’Marge thumbnail courtesy of dmarge.com

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 […]

Fate and Faith Take Photographer Around World

Purpose, Passion, and People go together like peanut butter and jelly. It is so awesome when we connect these elements in our daily walk… -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

How Much For That Smile?

It is good to note that a smile costs the same as a frown. I know, you may not be feeling it. So think about what it might do for someone that sees you and needs it. 🙂 -Greg Pai

Do You Know True Love?

“True love is locked in trust and sacrifice. The lock of true love has no key because it is forever binding.” -Greg Pai

The Gift Of Memories

Local photographer shares gift of memories. ANNAPOLIS, MD. (WUSA9) – A local photographer is on a mission to make sure children with special needs know they’re beautiful – and she’s doing it with a camera. Stephanie Smith is an office manager, but in her free time she takes photos. Lots of them. Local photographer shares gift of memories – WUSA9.com thumbnail courtesy of wusa9.com

Love Affair With Dominica

One Photographer’s Love Affair With Dominica. If you can’t get to Dominica this summer, why not bring the Nature Island to you? One Photographer’s Love Affair With Dominica – Caribbean Journal thumbnail courtesy of caribjournal.com

Ancient Beauty Of Waterford’s Passage East

A photographer’s guide to the ancient beauty of Waterford’s Passage East (PHOTOS). The wedding took place in Reginald’s Tower in Waterford City and the marriage produced two sons and a daughter; the descendants of whom include most of the current nobility of Great Britain and Europe. A photographer’s guide to the ancient beauty of Waterford’s Passage East (PHOTOS) – IrishCentral thumbnail courtesy of irishcentral.com

Somewhere… Over The Double Rainbow

A Perth photographer has captured the rare moment a double rainbow formed over the ocean off Yanchep on Saturday morning. Perth photographer captures beauty of double rainbow off WA coast thumbnail courtesy of watoday.com.au

Fighting The Stigma Of Albinism

Photographer Fights The Stigma Of Albinism With Stunning Photo Essay. Photographer Patricia Willocq was raised in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where people with albinism are often the target of discrimination that, in the worst cases, endangers their very livelihood. Photographer Fights The Stigma Of Albinism With Stunning Photo Essay – Huffington Post thumbnail courtesy of huffingtonpost.com

Complexity of Black Life In Pictures

A Photographer Who Captured the Complexity of Black Life in Lyrical Ways. Louis Draper resisted labels. He knew that they could confine, like boxes, but much worse, they might be like prison cells: impossible to escape. A Photographer Who Captured the Complexity of Black Life in Lyrical Ways – Hyperallergic thumbnail courtesy of hyperallergic.com

Crumbling, Abandoned, and Beautiful

Photographer John Garrett finds beauty in decay taking pictures of crumbling and abandoned Irish homes. BEAUTY can be found even in the most run-down and forgotten places – at least that is what one Irish photographer discovered. Photographer John Garrett finds beauty in decay taking pictures of crumbling and abandoned Irish homes – Irish Post thumbnail courtesy of irishpost.co.uk

More Than Escargot

“Snails are grateful models,” photographer Katarzyna Zaluzna says of her tiny mollusc subjects. “They are not only photogenic, but to me, they’re symbols of perseverance,” the 39-year-old told The Huffington Post over email this week. “They hibernate in their shells through the cold winter. I can identity with this trait. Ethereal Photographs Capture The World Of Snails thumbnail courtesy of huffingtonpost.com

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

Emotional Capture

Photographer looking for woman in touching photo. A woman walking alone, spreading something along the drag strip. It turned out to be a loved one’s ashes. That touching image has been shared thousands of times on social media. Now the photographer is hoping to put a name to her face. Photographer looking for woman in touching photo – WCYB thumbnail courtesy of wcyb.com

One Giant Strawberry And Cream

Delicious ‘Strawberry Moon’ Photos: Rare Solstice Lunar Show Wows Stargazers. A series of shots of the full moon on June 20, 2016, taken from Duluth, Minnesota’s Park Point beach by photographer Grant Johnson. The Superior Entry Lighthouse can be seen in the foreground. Credit: Grant Johnson. Delicious ‘Strawberry Moon’ Photos: Rare Solstice Lunar Show Wows Stargazers – Space.com thumbnail courtesy of space.com