35 Absolutely Stunning Colorful Fine Art Portraits


Any photograph which is created in direct explanation to the creative vision of the photographer can be termed as a fine art photograph. This genre of photography stands in very stark contrast to photojournalism, [...]


Riding Off Into the Sunset – 7 Tips to Photograph the Perfect Sundown


Guest Article By: Ferina Santos As the days become shorter – or longer, the light outdoors breaks rather differently in the sky, making it a fine time of year to capture the radiance of [...]


25 Movies Every Photographer / Cinematographer Must Watch – Part 4


Yet another great list of Best Movies for Photographers and Cinematographers. Watching the frames of these great Cinematographers, the light techniques and scene presentations will remain a great inspiration for all Photographers and Cinematographers. Get [...]


Inspiring Video Talks of Steve McCurry


This guy with the camera doesn’t need much of an introduction. Arguably the most famous photographer on earth, fascinates us with every piece of his work with photography. It becomes very compelling for any [...]


Reflections in Photography – Tips & Examples


Photography constitutes both to art and science. We express everything through an art medium, which is then captured inside a camera, and works along to form a Photograph – the medium of science. It [...]


Creative Abstract Photography by Ursula Abresch


1) An Introduction about you? I was born in Argentina. I grew up in both Argentina and Chile. I moved to the USA to attend university, and eventually moved permanently to Canada. I now [...]


Sally Mann – Inspiration from Masters of Photography


Sally Mann is an American Photographer, born in Virginia, 1951. After earning a B.A from the Hollins University, it is said she took up Photography with her motive to be alone in the darkroom [...]


How To Become a Photojournalist – Tips by Zoriah


Zoriah is an award-winning photojournalist whose work has been featured in some of the world’s most prestigious galleries and publications. In this article, he is explaining “How to Become a Photojournalist”. Thanks for his [...]


Hell Beneath Earth – Jharia Coal Mines by Sanjit Das


Documentary Project By : Sanjit Das Bokapahadi may be the closest you can find on Earth to the biblical vision of Hell. Coal fires rage just below the surface of the ground, making it [...]


Elements of Composition – The Magic of Leading Lines


Guest Article By : Debashis Talukdar The use of leading lines in landscape photography is one of the simplest elements and often one of the most effective of drawing the eye of the viewer [...]