How do we make our different points of view blend and bend so they meet end to end?
Aspects of Photography – Psychology of Colour – YouTube We are surrounded by colour everywhere and our senses perceive these colours in a way that can add a mood to the setting or invoke a personal emotion dependent on the dominant colour in the scene. When composing a scene in photography you can use these colours to enhance a particular feeling or mood that you want to convey. Colours can be bold and bright or pastel subdued shades and these […]
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 […]
Photographer Builds A ‘Photo Ark’ For 6500 Animal Species And Counting – NPR Sartore tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross that presenting the animals in the studio, rather than in nature, gives them equal importance in the eye of the viewer. Photographer Builds A ‘Photo Ark’ For 6500 Animal Species And Counting – NPR thumbnail courtesy of npr.org
Certain opportunities for self-expression seem to reveal more about who we really are than others. For example, a fad or social phenomenon like bell bottom jeans in the 60’s or selfies (or selfishees as I call them) in the new millennium, are distortions of our true identity. Fads have power over us because they make us feel accepted by a group; Which always seems so important to us. However, the tradeoff is a costly displacement of our true preferences, personality, […]
Everything in life is relative. If we are open-minded, our perspective is constantly changing which is the way we were designed. As we learn and grow the more we know. A closed mind interferes with this process and makes us vulnerable to prejudice, ignorance, and neglect. Neglect for all the blessings in our life because we are not willing to know and appreciate the world around us. Many of us are at a stage in life where “climbing the corporate […]
God has created an amazing spectrum of culture that we must protect and cherish. If we grow up thinking that everyone must look and be like us, we miss the blessing of diversity and the sheer potential of man’s inventive nature.
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
LONDON — There are obviously a lot of cool things about being on the International Space Station, but one of the greatest perks has got to be the views. British astronaut Tim Peake, who has been on the International Space Station since December 2015, clearly knows this. Alongside the 265 experiments he’s been carrying out while on the ISS, he’s been documenting the Earth with hundreds of beautiful aerial photos. SEE ALSO: High-definition Tim Peake video captures the beauty of […]
This photographer has captured the stunning beauty of Hampstead Heath. Photographer Matthew Maran has taken 150 pictures of the park from the view over London to joggers, pond swimmers and the more rural. This photographer has captured the stunning beauty of Hampstead Heath – Evening Standard thumbnail courtesy of standard.co.uk
Drone images show the “architecture of apartheid” in Cape Town is still firmly in place. A drone view of the neighborhoods of Strand and Nomzamo in Cape Town. (Johnny Miller). Share. Written by. Lynsey Chutel & Lily Kuo. 4 hours ago africa. In any city, space is a commodity. In South African cities space is historical and emotional.and more »… Drone images show the “architecture of apartheid” in Cape Town is still firmly in place – Quartz thumbnail courtesy of qz.com
These Photos Reveal The Stark Contrasts Between Life In North And South Korea. “They used to be one country, the two Koreas, but now they exist worlds apart.” 05/31/2016 03:59 pm ET. Jesselyn Cook WorldPost Fellow, The . Jose Velasco/ViewFind. These Photos Reveal The Stark Contrasts Between Life In North And South Korea – Huffington Post thumbnail courtesy of huffingtonpost.com
‘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
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
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
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
Photography as a Healing Art Photographs have power. Creative photography allows us to see the world in new ways, to drop preconceptions, and to find focus in a busy, chaotic world. For some, photography is an art; for others, a job or a hobby. But there’s another, rapidly expanding avenue for camera work – photography as therapy. “Photography is a tool for meditation, mindfulness and creative living. Now the emerging field of phototherapy embraces the power of making and viewing […]
David Leaser is using new technology and special techniques to capture God’s amazing handiwork embedded in all of nature. His images draw us closer to the detail and color we often miss for many reasons. Without a doubt, with the right intent, innovation and technology can enhance our appreciation for God’s creation. It’s one thing to use a macro lens on a camera to capture the smallest details of flora and fauna. Then there’s what David Leaser does, which is […]
Beauty is not in the eyes of the beholder (as the world would want you to think). Beauty is in the eyes of the Creator. Oh… If only we had such perfect vision.