Photography News, Tips & Tutorials
What great twin skills to have when you are adept at taking pictures and also know how to pilot an aircraft. That is exactly the skill-set that aviator and photographer Kacper Kowalski has. He takes to the ‘wild blue yonder’ and shoots stunning images of his native Poland from a bird’s-eye view, or a pilots-eye view, if you will.
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Eastern screech owls are some of the most fascinating creatures. Reputed for being experts of camouflage, these nocturnal birds are generally found in the woodlands and forests, along the eastern stretch of North America. They have distinctly patterned, ash-colored plumage that acts as a disguise against bigger predators. Scotland-born nature photographer Graham McGeorge is captivated by these creatures, and he has taken the time to create a series of amazing images of the birds shot in Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp.
There is no denying the unique drama that only black and white photography can deliver. Jason Peterson is exceptionally good at the medium and his street photography is superb. Inspired by old school visuals, what is even more amazing about his work is that he shoots with a regular iPhone.
The Vienna-based photography studio Staudinger + Franke’s collection called Barrier is made up of dramatic portraits of women “barriered’ (as the title suggests) from the viewer by a shield of water. An uncomplicated idea but executed flawlessly, the images in the Barrier collection put a new spin on the fad of underwater photography.