Photography News, Tips & Tutorials
Most parents, especially with the proliferation of digital cameras document all there is to take of their growing children. Arguably, this generation of children (and henceforth) will perhaps have the most comprehensive images of their growing years, more than all those that came before them. Kate T. Parker is one such parent, and being a professional photographer, raises the bar. She captures her two children in lovely images during the early stages of their childhood. Shot mostly in black and white, the photos have a vintage look to them, complete with the imperfect grainy texture so common to the film medium.
Taking over 24 months for filmmakers Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty to produce the epic Yosemite HD II, the reprise to their breathtaking 2012 ode to Yosemite National Park is certainly far from disappointing. It is just as majestic, if not even more grandiose than the original. This one has all the bells and whistles.
Do you ever wish you could just look over the shoulder of someone while they’re editing their photos? Better yet, imagine what it would be like to get inside their brain and know exactly what their thinking and how they’re making that photo editing magic happen?
Hey I’m Rob from Photography Concentrate, and I’ve helped thousands of people learn how to use Lightroom to bring the best out of their photos.
Today I want to tell you about a new video tutorial on Lightroom that I’ve created that I think you’re going to love.
Defying gravity and weightlessness has always captured the imagination. These surreal compositions by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi explore that theme. The idea of flying becomes a reality at least in the pictures of Bakonyi as his subjects are shown floating, appearing weightless. They are suspended in mid-air as they are in front of lavish, ornate scenery of marble halls and decadent baths.
It might be a common reaction, but one cannot help liken these cavernous glacier images with the fabled Fortress of Solitude of Superman. This incredibly huge and awesome ice cave can be found inside Vatnajökull, Iceland’s biggest glacier, as documented by photographer Kate Friend, who shot a dramatic and spectacular collection of photographs inside this 8000 sq.km. mass of solid ice. Before you can ask, the answer is NO, these images were not color enhanced with Photoshop. The blues are extremely vivid, deep and lustrous, so much so that they look digitally manipulated.