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Weekly Photography Challenge – Hands

Last week I sent you off to photograph feet – this week let’s try the other appendages – hands! Hands can be young or old, tough or tender, but are always very expressive. What do the hands you’re photographing have to say? Add someShow More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Feet

Look down! All the way to your feet. This week it’s time to get low-down and shoot some images of feet. It can be your feet doing something interesting, or other people’s feet, or even animal feet (paws). Include faces if you want – but make sure the true subjects (the feet) really stand out. Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Your Best Smartphone Shot

Likely you have a smartphone as well as your main camera – whether that be a DSLR, mirrorless or other. This week your challenge is to come up with the best shot you can using just your smartphone. So you can’t rely on fancy lenses or...Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – White on White

If it is still winter and is blustery and snowy, this one will be easy for you. Your challenge is to photograph a white subject on a white background. The trick here is to use light to your advantage. Usually, with a white subject, you’ll want to create a high-key or all light toned image. Show More Summary

The Ryerson Image Centre challenges the status quo with a series of experimental shows

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

The Ryerson Image Centre is presenting a series of experimental shows confronting the traditional power dynamic between photographer and subject. Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography suggests that photography?a medium traditionally...Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Black Background

This week I have something a little different for you for the challenge – shooting on a black or dark background. Weekly Photography Challenge – Black Background The idea here is to create something dramatic. Make sure you choose lighting that will help separate the subject from the dark background. Show More Summary

I created this low-budget set with DIY props for less than $75

I love DIY props and big scenes in photography that are well designed. Not many of us photographers have the place or money to create our own stages so I wanted to challenge myself to make one in our living room with a very low budget. I had this idea of a photo with an […] The post I created this low-budget set with DIY props for less than $75 appeared first on DIY Photography.

Weekly Photography Challenge – Macro or Close-Up Photography

Last week’s challenge was to get out and shoot some winter photography. Maybe you already tried some macro then – if not, now’s your chance. Weekly Photography Challenge – Macro Close-ups of snow, icicles, frost patterns, etc., can be stunningly beautiful. Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Winter

If you have already gotten some ideas and tips for how to do winter photography here – then you’re ready to go on this week’s photography challenge. Weekly Photography Challenge – Winter If you need more tips try these dPS articles:Show More Summary

This New Photo Book Challenges Gender Norms With Nude Male Models and Guys in Dresses

This New Photo Book Challenges Gender Norms With Nude Male Models and Guys in Dresses Matthew Dean Stewart is an American photographer who is getting ready to publish his first photography book titled Fragile Masculinity Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Agency Stockland Martel Closes. Challenging Market Not a Factor, Founders Say

2 months agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

Stockland Martel, the photography agency founded 30 years ago by Bill Stockland and Maureen Martel, closed on December 31, 2017. In a statement published on the Stockland Martel website, the founders said they were retiring from theShow More Summary

52 Week Photography Challenge for 2018

The first two Dogwood Photography 52 Week Challenges were an amazing success, with tens of thousands of photographers participating from around the world. We enter the third year of the challenge with the Community Challenge! This challenge...Show More Summary

Do NASA astronauts shoot raw? The challenges of photography in space

There’s not much doubt that NASA produces some of the most amazing and unique photography the world gets to see. We often see behind the scenes talk about the gear they use and what they produce, but we don’t often get to hear about the photographic challenges they face. Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Holiday Images

Nothing hard this week for the photography challenge. Just show us your holiday-themed images. How do you celebrate with your family? Is it a big festive meal? Then photograph that. Do you deck the house out with sparkly lights? Photograph...Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Black and White Portraits

There is something very appealing about the simplicity of a portrait in black in white. It becomes less about the setting, background and environment and more about the person being photographed. This week we want to see what you can do to create your best black and white portraits. Show More Summary

Video: Travel Photography Tips – Shoot with a Purpose

The challenge with travel photography is that you may not get back to a location again anytime soon. So many photographers try and squeeze out as many photos as possible. The issue is lack of attention to detail and having any intentions or purpose before shooting. Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Wide-Angle

Different lenses produce a different look and effect in your images. Wide-angle lenses add depth and dimension to your images and give them a sense of three-dimensionality. They can be used to add humor and add interest as well. But, you must use a wide-angle lens properly. Show More Summary

A black and white photography challenge by a colourblind photographer

Earlier this year I wrote what I felt was quite a personal article about what it is like to be a colourblind photographer. In the coming weeks and months after writing and publishing it (and having it widely re-shared across some very...Show More Summary

Nothing To See – A Statement On The Current State of Politics In America

Photography at it’s core is an art form. As photographers, we sometimes get so caught up with the aesthetic or technical challenges of creating pretty pictures that we forget that art is supposed to challenge us intellectually, to help us see things in different ways, to inspire debate. Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Framing

There are many ways to compose or images and many different elements you can use for effective composition. Framing is one such element of composition that can be very powerful for leading the viewer’s eye when done well. Weekly Photography...Show More Summary

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