Shots of The Beatles’ first US concerts are expected to sell for £250,000 at auction. Mike Mitchell, 18 at the time, snapped hundreds of never-before-seen photographs of the band’s performances at the Washington Coliseum and the Baltimore Civic Centre in 1964. The negatives, taken only with ambient light as Mitchell had no flash, have sat for decades in his basement.
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Wow – good stuff. As if I didn’t want to visit NZ badly enough already…
German photographer Florian Wenzel recently spent 40 days traveling through New Zealand, taking in its gorgeous landscape. Wenzel not only returned home with unforgettable memories, but a set of breathtaking photographs that demonstrate why New Zealand is a photographer’s paradise. Continue reading ““Stunning Photos Capture One Man’s 40-Day Trip Across New Zealand””
I can’t tell you how much I would love to do something like this.
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I too believe daily #distractions are damaging ourselves & our art. But it’s a hard thing to fight.
On February 13th, photographer and educator David Ulrich published his book, Zen Camera: Creative Awakening with a Daily Practice in Photography. Continue reading ““Meditative Photography: How Finding your Zen can improve your art””
Some amazing photographs here! Congrats to all!
From intimate portraits to breathtaking landscapes, these stunning images represent the very best in wedding photography from around the world. Continue reading “2017 International Wedding Photographer Of The Year winner”
Street & Macro are my favorite methods. Unfortunately, they’re not always my best :).
Maybe you just read Kafka’s Metamorphosis and completely missed the point. Or maybe landscapes are just too vast and expansive for you. Whatever it may be, you want to expand your photography horizons and macro photography is something you’ve been interested in. Continue reading ““7 Steps to Get Started With Macro Photography””