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Here’s a gorgeous shot for our “Monochrome” theme. Photographer Craig Bill expla…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a gorgeous shot for our “Monochrome” theme. Photographer Craig Bill explains: “The Sierra Nevada Mountain range has been a source of inspiration for photographers and other artists for generations. This mountain range runs 400 miles north-to-south, and is approximately 70 miles across east-to-west. Notable Sierra features include Lake Tahoe, Mount Whitney at 14,505 ft the highest point in the contiguous United States, and Yosemite Valley carved by glaciers out of 100-million-year-old granite. The Sierra Nevada range is […]

Serpentine. Photo shot with a DJI drone by Cliq asbl:

500px Serpentine. Photo shot with a DJI drone by Cliq asbl: https://goo.gl/UEn9BO Read More at 500px

Here’s a beautiful shot for our “Monochrome” theme. Photographer Sue Cullumber e…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a beautiful shot for our “Monochrome” theme. Photographer Sue Cullumber explains: “Ruins at the Wupatki National Monument outside of Flagstaff, AZ. Wupatki was home to the ancient Pueblo Indians and there are a great many ruins throughout the park.” Read More at Shutterbug.com

Here’s a sweet shot for our “Monochrome” theme from Angelwolf Photography. In a…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a sweet shot for our “Monochrome” theme from Angelwolf Photography. 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

Shot by Vlad Bagno:

500px Shot by Vlad Bagno: https://goo.gl/cKvvpO Read More at 500px

Did you get a photo of last night’s blood moon? This image was shot by web edito…

Popular Photography Did you get a photo of last night’s blood moon? This image was shot by web editor Stan Horaczek while testing out the new Sigma 150-600mm zoom lens. Share your shot in the comments or submit it to this month’s photo contest! www.popphoto.com/photo-contest/ybsoctober2014/home?src=SOC&dom=fb Read More at Popular Photography

We’re just going to sit back and enjoy this amazing shot for out “Ultrawide” the…

Shutterbug Magazine We’re just going to sit back and enjoy this amazing shot for out “Ultrawide” theme and let photographer Bob Larson provide the details: “A golf ball found on the bottom of Willow Lake after the city drained a good portion of it. Captured with a Sony A7 and Rokinon 14mm lens in Prescott, Arizona.” Read More at Shutterbug.com

How I Shot These Beauty Images for Lancôme

Fstoppers Learn how to shoot these beauty images yourself! How I Shot These Beauty Images for Lancôme It’s not easy shooting for a giant brand. Here’s how I pulled off this shoot for Lancôme. Read More at Fstoppers

Turn a Good Shot Into a Great One: Essentials of Luminosity Masks

Fstoppers Want better shots? Try this. Turn a Good Shot Into a Great One: Essentials of Luminosity Masks Let’s just be honest here, standard HDR photo processing techniques are about as relevant as dial-up Internet these days. There are many other ways to achieve better dynamic range in the final edit of an image and one of the best ways is that of using luminosity masks. Read More at Fstoppers

Another gorgeous shot from Justin DeRosa for the “Ultrawide” theme; this one of …

Shutterbug Magazine Another gorgeous shot from Justin DeRosa for the “Ultrawide” theme; this one of the swirling tide as rain clouds approach during the sunrise in Ocean City, MD. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Another incredible shot from Rob Blair, who explains this image for our “Ultrawi…

Shutterbug Magazine Another incredible shot from Rob Blair, who explains this image for our “Ultrawide” theme: “Here’s one from Monday night in Munroe Falls, Ohio. This merged exposure was taken facing the south where the remaining light from the sun was still illuminating the tall storm clouds in the distance. I could have stood there for hours.” Read More at Shutterbug.com

Burst Mode Isn’t Always Better: Why You Should Sometimes Photograph Action in Single Shot Mode

Fstoppers Burst mode isn’t always the answer. Burst Mode Isn’t Always Better: Why You Should Sometimes Photograph Action in Single Shot Mode It seems like a foregone conclusion: if you’re shooting sports, you shoot in burst mode to capture as many frames as possible. It turns out that while that works a lot of the time, it’s actually not always the best idea. Here’s why you should sometimes switch back to single shot mode. Read More at Fstoppers

An awesome shot of GLORY Sports International Kickboxer Simon Marcus by James La…

Popular Photography An awesome shot of GLORY Sports International Kickboxer Simon Marcus by James Law Photography Read More at Popular Photography

Check out this awesome shot by Jeremy Bennetts in our gallery of last month’s be…

Popular Photography Check out this awesome shot by Jeremy Bennetts in our gallery of last month’s best reader-submitted photography! www.popphoto.com/gallery/your-best-shot-finalists-gallery-october-2014 Read More at Popular Photography

Bob Younger made this gorgeous shot for our “Ultrawide” theme at Colorado’s Hors…

Shutterbug Magazine Bob Younger made this gorgeous shot for our “Ultrawide” theme at Colorado’s Horsetooth Reservoir at sunset. 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

A shot from the mast by Ben Evans: #TravelTuesday

500px A shot from the mast by Ben Evans: https://goo.gl/jIi1aS #TravelTuesday Read More at 500px

Photographer Unveils Unseen Images of Late Amy Winehouse Shot on Vintage Hasselblad

Fstoppers A fascinating look at an icon. Photographer Unveils Unseen Images of Late Amy Winehouse Shot on Vintage Hasselblad A series of candid film photos shot with then-21-year-old singer Amy Winehouse have been released by the photographer who took them in 2004. Read More at Fstoppers

Here’s another beautiful shot of the Milky Way for our “Ultrawide” theme— this o…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s another beautiful shot of the Milky Way for our “Ultrawide” theme— this one taken from Colorado’s Independence Pass by Chuck Rasco. Read More at Shutterbug.com

This shot by Christopher Johnson is a reminder that slow shutter speed can be aw…

Popular Photography This shot by Christopher Johnson is a reminder that slow shutter speed can be awesome. See more great photos: http://trib.al/uRc2vLa Read More at Popular Photography

Here’s a vivid image of a sunflower field for our “Ultrawide” theme— shot as the…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a vivid image of a sunflower field for our “Ultrawide” theme— shot as the sun was setting in Caledon, Ontario by Heathervix Photography using a 24mm lens. 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

Chris King made this beautiful late-afternoon shot at Belton Lake, TX using a Ni…

Shutterbug Magazine Chris King made this beautiful late-afternoon shot at Belton Lake, TX using a Nikon D610 and an AF Nikkor 14mm f/2.8 lens. Read More at Shutterbug.com

This Crazy Shot Parkours Through A Car Windows And Emerges From The Other Side

DIYPhotography This Crazy Shot Parkours Through A Car Windows And Emerges From The Other Side http://bit.ly/1NLg15w This Crazy Shot Parkours Through A Car Windows And Emerges From The Other Side Usually we see Parkour artists being shot with gimbals, I think this is the first time where we are featuring a parkour artist which IS the gimbal. Steadycam operator gimbal ninja posted a behind the scenes showing him taking a complex shot while following a cyclist getting ran over. The […]

Great juxtaposition of colors in this late afternoon shot of Japan’s Mt. Hakkoda…

Shutterbug Magazine Great juxtaposition of colors in this late afternoon shot of Japan’s Mt. Hakkoda for our “Adventure” theme by Yukio Tshushima, who used a Sigma SD15 & Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro lens. Read More at Shutterbug.com

How I Shot These Photos With the Profoto Magnum Reflector

Fstoppers We’ll teach you how to shoot photos like these! How I Shot These Photos With the Profoto Magnum Reflector As is the case with most photographers, I have my usual go-to light modifiers that I know are a safe choice and can guarantee usable shots. However, sometimes, you need to step out side the box. Read More at Fstoppers

Your Best Shot Finalists: November 2014

Popular Photography Which photo would you pick as the winner? Your Best Shot Finalists: November 2014 This month’s collection of fantastic photography from our talented readers Read More at Popular Photography

Here’s a sweet shot for our “Motions” theme from Murray Sharratt: A sunset splas…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a sweet shot for our “Motions” theme from Murray Sharratt: A sunset splash in the Straight of Georgia, B.C. 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

Here’s a really nice Ferris wheel shot for our “Motion” theme, made by David Ako…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a really nice Ferris wheel shot for our “Motion” theme, made by David Akoubian in Atlanta with a Tamron 16-300mm Di-II lens on a Canon 7D. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Andrew Munro captured this dynamic shot for our “Motion” theme of a Rook coming …

Shutterbug Magazine Andrew Munro captured this dynamic shot for our “Motion” theme of a Rook coming in for a landing. Read More at Shutterbug.com

It’s time for a new theme:”Weather.” This shot was made by Shutterbug Publisher …

Shutterbug Magazine It’s time for a new theme:”Weather.” This shot was made by Shutterbug Publisher Ron Leach on a windy, rainy day overlooking the Pacific Ocean near San Clemente, CA. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Doug Croft made this pretty shot for our “Weather” theme after waiting for hours…

Shutterbug Magazine Doug Croft made this pretty shot for our “Weather” theme after waiting for hours in a cold, wet snowstorm with zero visibility in hopes that forecasters were correct and the storm would break. It did, and it was well worth the wait. Read More at Shutterbug.com

How The Amazing “Through The Mirror” Trick Shot From Contact Was Taken

DIYPhotography How The Amazing “Through The Mirror” Trick Shot From Contact Was Taken http://bit.ly/1KKhlr9 How The Amazing “Through The Mirror” Trick Shot From Contact Was Taken https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCTGdhXCSks If you saw Contact, you know it is a marvelous film, not only for its plot, but also for its wonderful cinematography. In one of the more memorable scenes in the movie, Ellie (Dr. Eleanor Ann) discovers that her father died, and runs to the bathroom medicine cabinet to get his pills. It […]

Your Best Shot Finalist Gallery: December 2014

Popular Photography Stay warm with a gallery full of great photography. Which one is your favorite? http://trib.al/s0mJu8N Your Best Shot Finalist Gallery: December 2014 Start off 2015 with a collection of fantastic user-submitted photos Read More at Popular Photography

How to Create a Hero Shot in Difficult Midday Light

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Create a Hero Shot in Difficult Midday Light For a recent vendor project, Pye Jirsa did a stylized Indian wedding photo shoot. With the light and the background being less than perfect, he had to use the power of the Profoto B1 to make the images. It’s always difficult to work in hard natural lighting scenarios, and photographers often use ext… Read More at Picture Correct

Your Best Shot Finalists Gallery: Dec. 2014

Popular Photography Your Best Shot Finalists Gallery: Dec. 2014 http://trib.al/SNmZzVA Your Best Shot Finalists Gallery: Dec. 2014 By Molly Miskell Inside a cottage at Bunratty Folk Park. CAMERA: Canon EOS Rebel T3 LENS: Canon 18-55mm Read More at Popular Photography

How I Shot This Farm House Environmental Portrait with a Perforated Cardboard

DIYPhotography How I Shot This Farm House Environmental Portrait with a Perforated Cardboard http://bit.ly/1pby9Oc How I Shot This Farm House Environmental Portrait with a Perforated Cardboard I took this photo as part of a lighting class in Costa Rica. The theme was people who represent the spirit of the farm where the class was held. It was a colonial building hidden in the country side of Costa Rica. While we were fortunate to have a great model, I used a […]

Tranquil Seascape Series Shot Using Long Exposure Photography Sand, sea and sk…

Exposure Guide Tranquil Seascape Series Shot Using Long Exposure Photography http://goo.gl/LcaUEg Sand, sea and sky collide, blending into one seamless landscape of tranquility in Antii Viitala’s Seascapes. Read More at Exposure Guide

How I Shot the Milky Way Rising Above a Thunderstorm

PetaPixel “I never thought I would be able to photograph both together in a single image.” How I Shot the Milky Way Rising Above a Thunderstorm I have captured photos of stars above distant thunderstorms before, but I never imagined I would be able to capture the Milky Way above a nearby Read More at PetaPixel

Photographer under fire after nude photos were shot inside an historic 17th century castle

DIYPhotography Photographer under fire after nude photos were shot inside an historic 17th century castle http://bit.ly/21G9Vtv Photographer under fire after nude photos were shot inside an historic 17th century castle The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) has launched an investigation after it was revealed that scandalous photos of a known glamour model were captured at Craigievar Castle in Scotland. According to reports, the NTS is looking into legal action in regards to whether or not the photographers and model were […]

Here’s a great shot for our “Weather” theme from Luiz Crespo who captured two st…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a great shot for our “Weather” theme from Luiz Crespo who captured two stalwart souls observing an approaching storm from a rather precarious position. Read More at Shutterbug.com

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 […]

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