Photography News, Tips & Tutorials
Just when we think we have discovered all there is to know about living creatures on this planet, we find out how many more we do not know of. We will probably really never know everything there is, and perhaps that realization is the smartest thing we will ever come to grips with. Now, even if we confine ourselves to species known to science, there are virtually hundreds that remain unknown to the common public.
Light effects are just about as versatile as the imagination. The possibilities are endless. This is what Portuguese photographer Hid Saib discovered as he played around with some neon effects on people’s faces. Hid Saib used tiny flecks of vivid neon paint and decorated the faces as well as shoulders of the subjects in his portraits.
Do you like being led around? Perhaps not, but you probably won’t mind if you have the attractive behind of a lovely girlfriend to look at. Trust a photographer to come up with some of the simplest but most interesting ideas, such as this series. Russian photographer Murad Osmann has been drawing quite a bit of attention recently on the Internet for his unique images, which is a clever but simple project he has been sharing on his Instagram account. We’ve already featured his photos before, but he has made some interesting additions to the series.
New Year’s Eve is by far the world’s biggest party – think about how the media strives to connect the dropping of the Ball in New York’s Times Square with the other parties going on all over the country -regardless of the time zone! Big parties come with a lot of expectations and a big desire by party guests to makethe most of the evening. It’s up to you to capture these highly celebratory moments and still partake in the fun.
Take Outside Shots
It is hard to believe that another year has passed and we find ourselves at the start of a new one. It is even more amazing when we look back at all that has happened with Exposure Guide in just twelve short months. This year we had the opportunity to meet and explore creativity first-hand with a diverse range of professional photographers around the world—from South Africa based wildlife photographer Mario Moreno to French Photographer and Movie Director, Laurent Nivalle. Here are some of our favorite interviews from 2013.