The only place in the world were you can witness such marvels of nature as a huge iceberg and endless glaciers, towering volcanoes and powerful geysers, raging rivers, magnificent waterfalls, jagged fjyords and experience the barren Highlands. Yes, Iceland is a photographers dream.
In this category you will find articles, tutorials and inspirational galleries relating to all aspects of photography.
Mr Toledano is a photographer of, in his, own words, of “slightly odd things”. Phillip has shot a wide variety of topics from the desolation of the Arctic Circle to devlish video game enthusiasts to a surreal yet thoroughly modern exploration of the American subconscious in his series, Hope and Fear.
The urban environments, from photographers Alex & Cocco are about far more than bricks and concrete. Architecture comes alive when used as an urban playground, offering a never-ending set of challenging surfaces and spaces to those willing to explore them.
HDR can make the ugliest, run down, industrialized cities seem appealing, and if you take quality HDR photographs of the most beautiful cities in the world thay seem to be captured from a different perspective, you seem to be able to view different elements of a familiar scene that you had never noticed before. Below, you will find 50 Beautiful HDR Images from 50 World Cities. Are any of these your city?
Wee Planets, Tiny Planets or the Polar Panorama effect, whatever name you prefer, is the technique of taking a 360° panorama image and using Photoshop (or any other decent image editor) and creating a circular or round image that wrap the panorama around to make it appear like a tiny/wee planet.
Graphic and image editors can help you create beautiful graphics and give your digital images amazing effects, but they can be expensive. What if all you wanted to do was create something simple and basic, would you pay hundreds of dollars just to do that? No, you would not.
This is a showcase of the amazing photographs taken by Alex & Cocco, a collection of photographs that re-present the everyday confinements, re-proposing the ordinary, the displaced and the the overlooked.
Sabatier or Solarised is a tecnique in photography in which the negative of a photograph is completely or slightly changed in tone. In a nutshell, dark is light and light is dark.
This tecnique can be created by over exposing the negative of an image or, as with almost all aspects of photography, can be created within Photoshop.