Many of you might already have seen the video already, as it has gone viral the last few days. The video shows how six photographers all take portraits of the same guy, but they are each given a different story of the mans background. It's fascinating to see how different the results turned out, yet it makes a lot of sense if you give it some thought.
Finally, it's that time of year again! The landscapes are filling up with color, the air is becoming crisp, and photographers are eagerly chasing the light. Days are shorter, nights are darker, memory cards are filling up!
As photographers and photography enthusiasts we do our best to create something unique. To find interesting perspectives and compositions. Finding interesting perspectives might be the biggest challenge with photography. We tend to find a comfort zone and stick to doing what we know works ok. But why settle with just ok? Let's try to be creative and create something better than just ok! Getting into the water might be the little ekstra your image needs.
One of the first photographers I was exposed too when signing up on Instagram years ago was Will Patino. I instantly fell in love with his photography and I'm happy to have witnessed his transformation into a full time professional during this time.
Sarah Marino is a landscape and nature photographer from Colorado. She strives to capture photographs that convey the elegance, beauty, and the awe-inspiring qualities of the landscapes she explores during her travels. In addition to grand landscapes, Sarah’s portfolio also includes a diverse range of smaller subjects including plants, trees, and abstract natural subjects.
A couple weeks ago, a friend and myself decided to go photograph a rather unique mountain in our "local" area. We had been there the week before to do some scouting, exploring different angles and figuring out the angles of the sun. Since we were aiming to shoot both sunset and sunrise, we chose to camp up in the mountain rather than taking the steep hike in the middle of the night.
Every now and then I share the work of an artist that inspires me. The photographers are both amateurs and professional, and there is no criteria besides that the artists work is inspiring. Please link to any photographer that inspires you, and maybe this artist will be featured next time.
Fresh snow. Colorful sky from Dawn to dusk. Christmas Day. What else can you do then enjoying the cold outside while capturing the beauty of nature?