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Building a successful business shooting weddings is no easy task. It’s a huge undertaking that requires a ton of hard work, dedication and talent. After all, the images that you’ll be shooting will serve as reminders of your clients’ fond memories, so there’s little to no room for error. As a wedding photographer, it’s up to you to catch once-in-a-lifetime moments beautifully on one of the most important events in their lives.
Here’s a second look at the work of Michigan-based photographer Logan Zillmer. This is his 365 Photo Project, an endeavor where he committed to post a picture everyday on his website. We also said that this is a guy you should keep an eye on, and we stand by that recommendation. Zillmer creates remarkable images laced with the surreal as well as some very interesting conceptual photography.
Award-Winning Photographer Celebrates His Native Japan Through His Glorious Images of Its Evening Phenomena
Growing up amid the environment of rural Japan, Takehito Miyatake developed a strong connection with the wildlife. He would take up photographic engineering at the Tokyo Institute of Polytechnics, and eventually be a nature photographer. His work captured through a 4×5 digital camera is comprised of mystical images taken at night, comprised of volcanic activity, shorelines, forests and various evening phenomena.
To what extreme would you take a wedding photo? Well as of late we have seen a couple pose in front of a wildfire, and even another bride and groom with a twister behind them as backdrop. If you think you have seen all there is, then you are in for a big surprise with Torsten and Sarah Ernst. The couple met in Juneau, Alaska, in 2008, and decided to have their wedding photographs taken inside one of the state’s most spectacular ice caves.
In emotively gorgeous images shot by photographer Chris Beck, the couple posed under the behemoth bright blue formations of the Mendenhall Glacier ice cave.
Wesley Armson is no doubt a doting father. He manifests his adoration for his kids by capturing some incredibly cute photos of his two sons as he poses them in amusing situations, clothes and various props. Dressed either as superheroes, animals or even shown napping in odd places, his collection of images of his two boys has gotten people’s attention because of how endearing the series is.
Not too long ago, six photographer artists, namely Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Jerry Burchfield, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, and Clayton Spada along with a few hundred assistants constructed the world’s biggest camera obscura, or pinhole camera in building #115, an abandoned F/A-18 fighter jet hangar in Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Southern California. They transformed the hangar into a gigantic pinhole camera by darkening and sealing the inside from external light.