Photography News, Tips & Tutorials
Photographer Kent Shiraishi works and resides in a small village of Biei, Japan in the heart of the Hokkaido Island. Although quite far from the big cities, this does deter Kent from being a well-known photographer. He garnered the prestigious second place in the National Geographic Photo Contest of 2011.
Believe it or not a young prodigy, specifically a 9-year old boy from Spain garnered top honors in the youth division of the 2014 Natural History Museum and BBC’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. The annual contest just celebrated its 50th anniversary this year. Since 1964, London’s Natural History Museum has been holding an annual search for Wildlife Photographer of the Year through this competition. This year the winner is 9-year old Carlos Perez Naval.
Your work ranges from the whimsical to surreal. Which represents you best?
Both my whimsical and more serious/surreal projects mean a lot to me, however my more surreal images tend to have a much more profound concept behind them.
Autumn is perhaps one of the most motivating seasons for nature photographers. This is certainly the case for brilliant Israel-based photographer Alex Greenshpun, who specializes on the fall season in her work. She is absolutely incomparable at capturing its beautiful colors and detailed autumnal scenes and compositions.
Photographer Dan Marker-Moore adores Los Angeles and he wanted to convey the total beauty of the city skylines as it traverses day to night. With that goal in mind, he decided to try a unique approach which was a time slice. In his Time Slice series, Marker-Moore brings the city’s appeal to another level with this unique technique.