Photographer Omar Z. Robles documents the beauty of people and places around the work through his exquisite dance photography. For years, we’ve loved “traveling” with him to locales that have included New York City, Havana, Mexico City, Hong Kong, and more recently, Santiago, Chile. Each gives us a sense of the city’s flavor, both in terms of architecture as well as ballet culture. Robles celebrates the individuality of a place by showcasing its unique buildings that are punctuated by the powerful, graceful movements of talented dancers.
Full Story and more photos at: Modern Dance Photography Showcases Ballet Dancers in Buenos Aires
Music photographer Sarah Ginn has announced she is quitting music photography due to misogyny from male artists.
Ginn, the resident photographer for London club fabric, wrote a lengthy post detailing how her experience of being objectified at gigs has made her unable to look at her work and led her to make her decision.
Full Story: Music photographer Sarah Ginn quits the industry due to “misogyny and bullying” – News – Mixmag
What an amazing story.
Since Zack’s birth seven years ago, Nicole has become an avid advocate. On her site she states, “I [want] to connect with other Down syndrome families in the community and hear their stories. I [want] to showcase their children’s amazing personalities, capture the love, and bring their amazing stories to life with the goal of advocating that we’re truly more alike than different.”
Full Story: Photographer specializes in Down syndrome, her pics are everything | BabyCenter Blog
Adobe Lightroom has grown to become one of the most popular image management and raw image processing programs on the planet. And as part of the Creative Cloud Photography Plan, if you have Photoshop CC you’re going to also have a copy of this powerful software.
Full Story: 10 Lightroom editing skills every photographer should know | TechRadar
There are many variables that play a part in the career of a successful photographer. While some of these elements are completely out of your control things like your lifestyle and outgoings are not. If you want to maximize your chances of having a successful career you may need to make a few adjustments before it’s too late.
Full Story: Spend Less to Improve Your Chances of Being a Successful Photographer | Fstoppers
Five photographers were given the chance to work with organisations across Liverpool that attempt to transform the lives of others. Rather than simply document their actions, the artists worked alongside the people in each organisation to help create positive change. Here are three of the participants’ work.
Full Story: Helping communities with the power of photography – BBC News
Classic cars and works of fine art tumbled in value in 2016, while photography and rare musical instruments emerged as the hottest collectors’ items, according to a leading private bank.
Read More: Value of classic cars and fine art plunges as photographs soar | Business | The Guardian
Just simply WOW! Some of these photographs are absolutely stunning. What an amazing job at highlighting such a unique creature.
To some, they are the most beautiful and majestic creatures, to others, they look like the kittens that survived a nuclear apocalypse.
These photographs show the unique beauty of the Sphynx cat, a breed known for its complete lack of fur.
They have been shot by Alicia Rius, a Catalonian photographer based in Los Angeles, California.
More Photo & Full Story at:
Photographer captures unique beauty of furless Sphynx cats | Daily Mail Online
Today, I’d like to talk about three key elements that I feel make up each and every photograph we take. Of course they are not the only elements, but I feel that they are the most important. Specific shoots, like fashion or automotive commercials, require all sorts of preparation and specific skills. However, at the photographic level, three key elements still apply. If you consider your composition, light, and moment, you will be well on your way to making a successful photograph.
Full Article: The Three Elements of Every Photograph | Fstoppers
Uh-oh Some of you weren’t listening to all that good advice about photographing the solar eclipse 🙂
A couple of weeks back, in the lead-up to the Northern Hemisphere Solar Eclipse, we shared a story about the dangers of directly photographing the sun with a digital camera.
Clearly, the warning went unheeded by at least a few photographers as you can see from the images published below.
Full Story & More Photos at: Feel the burn! See the cameras and lenses that got torched by the Solar Eclipse – Australian Photography