Winter finally showed up here at The Shore, but it’s too far past the holidays for me to be happy about it.
Better known for its lavish jewelry – think gleaming emeralds, dazzling diamonds and the deepest azure sapphires – it’s no surprise that stepping into Bulgari Hotel London is like finding yourself encased in a jewelry box.
Continue @ Forbes
The Royal Parks have just announced the winner of their new photography competition
Read @ Evening Standard
Taking a selfie is a great way for travellers to quickly document a moment from any trip. But for photographer Gareth Owens, putting himself in the picture goes beyond the average everyday snap. Travelling across the rugged region of Snowdonia in Wales, the outdoor enthusiast takes breath-taking shots of himself amongst nature, using the unspoilt surroundings as the perfect backdrop for some truly epic selfies.
Read @ Lonely Planet Travel News
In the foothills of the Himalayas lies picture-perfect Lugu Lake, the home of the Mosuo people and the gateway to a mysterious land often dubbed ‘The Kingdom of Women’.
Read @ BBC News
Read @ Daily Mail
Some really interesting shots here 😉
Read @ Artsy
This information is constantly changing. This is the most recent resource I’ve found.
Work as a portrait photographer or as a freelancer in advertising or the media aren’t the only options when building your photography business. Whether you’re an amateur photographer with some quality photos you think people may be willing to pay for, or a professional photographer looking to sell your photos on different platforms, the internet is awash with websites where you can sell photos.
This advice isn’t really for “pro” photogs, but it is great basic tips for anyone who wants to get some good summer or vacation photos. Of course, pros should want to follow these as well, it’s just that they SHOULD know all this already. 🙂
It’s not necessarily about how to take a picture, but where you take a picture, according to longtime photographer Scott Grant.