Inspirational photography quotes from photographers for photographers.
This past year 2017, 313,141 photos were generously shared by 65,272 photographers on Unsplash. A collection of the top photos in 2017, selected by Unsplash Editors. Photo by Matteo Catanese, Unsplash Photo by Calum Lewis, Unsplash Photo by Ivana Cajina, Unsplash Photo by Jack Anstey, Unsplash Photo by Mitch Mckee, Unsplash Photo by Mickael […]
Images from 2017 moments and more stand out in a year of environmental disasters and polarizing elections, humanitarian crises and annual parades, mass shootings and awards shows. They couldn’t feel further from one another, yet a close look at these 100 pictures reveals a comforting web of similarity. Here, only 6 pictures, TIME’s photo editors […]
For the Top-25 Flickr photos of 2017, Flickr sorted through billions of uploads to arrive at these 25 favorites. They are a small selection of the beautiful corpus here and they celebrate some of the best qualities of the people who find their inspiration on Flickr. “Say Goodbye…” by Iwona Podlasinska “The Elephant Walks […]
Inspirational photography quotes from photographers for photographers – 52 PhotoQuotes 2017. January 2017 February 2017 March 2017 April 2017 May 2017 June 2017 July 2017 August 2017 September 2017 October 2017 November 2017 December 2017
In the web is a lot of files for free, also photographic files. Today I decided to put all the eBooks – that previously published in my blog – together in a single, mega post for you. Go ahead, download them! Print them if you want to. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. […]
What is a street photograph or for that matter, street photography? There are as many definitions as there are ‘street photographers’. The genre certainly lends itself to considerable flexibility. It’s something more than simply a photograph taken on the street. Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden is often quoted as saying, ‘If you can smell the street […]
There really is no real agreed upon definition of urban exploration. Neil Ta defines it as the act of accessing locations that are typically restricted to the general public. It’s also known as UE or urbex in some circles, but is often mistaken as simply the discovery of “urban decay” or “abandonment” properties. However, the […]