Photography News, Tips & Tutorials
When you think of the craft or art of photography, you must immediately think of exposure. Exposure is a critical element that determines what is actually recorded on film or the image sensor. There are three adjustable elements that control the exposure – ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed.
For most photographers, when it comes to fantastic landscapes, Norway has some of the world’s best views with its dramatic panoramas. These include awesome mountain areas as well as gigantic, majestic Fjords. Whether shot in the daytime or evening, each image taken by landscape photographer Haakaon Nygaard is a breathtaking scene.
Libby is a 2-year-old girl, and she happens to have one of the most adorable pets that a young child could have – a cute 3-month-old piglet called Pearl. Pigs need little in the way of housing and can be kept indoors or out. Pigs are actually bright, inquisitive social animals. They also can be toilet trained just like dogs and cats. Indoor pigs will require their own space, ideally their own room with a pile of blankets where they can snuggle up. They will also need some exercise outdoors. These are just some of the things that Libby’s adoptive mother Lindsey, a photographer and blogger, does to maintain Pearl the piglet. Lindsey captures their cute activities together and shares them on Instagram.
Photographer Captures the Grace and Elegance of a Dancer Using High Speed Photography and Milk Powder
Photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte using high-speed photography captured the powerful but graceful dance movements of a professional acrobatic dancer reacting with unpredictable movements of powder. The dance performance was actually staged to promote and market a new line of coffee creamers created by the Dutch company Campina Friesland Kievit, which is known for specializing in powdered milk.
Elizabeth Gadd at 21 years old is quite a talented photographer. The young lady from Vancouver, Canada is self-taught, and her trademark style is to photograph solitary wanderers in the midst of magnificent panoramas. These images are actually incredible self-portraits shot in remote landscapes, embodying the spirit of young Gadd’s wanderlust.
Unless you are from another planet, everyone knows of The Big Apple. But who exactly is this artist who recently captured some of the most amazing aerial views of NYC? The man is Vincent Laforet, a French American director and photographer. Laforet was accorded a shared 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography with two other photographers as a member of The New York Times staff.