April 5, 2013 § 2 Comments
It’s good to be back! This is my first post for the year 2013. Anyway, I saw these beautiful and stunning photos of animal. Truly dramatic and I can’t stop to amaze.
Animal photography is probably one of the most dangerous types of photography. The outcome totally depends on the skills of photographer and the time when the shot is taken. A photographer who uses good exposure, color and blur settings along with appropriate shutter speed and focusing techniques can produce stunning photographs.
Animal photographers have to be prepared and be ready for the unknown. They need to study action and language of animals to know every move. Many animal photographers use camouflage to hide themselves and to give photographs a natural and “natural” look. When shooting in wildness, photographers usually shoot with long telephoto lenses from a distance.
Below are the lists of stunning photos of wild, tamed and other animals:
More stunning photos here: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/02/15/35-beautiful-examples-of-animals-photography/
November 8, 2012 § 4 Comments
Basically high speed photography is a technique of capturing images with a remarkably quick shutter speed and mostly used for the scenes which cannot be seen with naked eyes. For high speed photography, you can use more or less any SLR camera, but an expensive camera can reach a much faster shutter speed and high speed photography is the game of shutter speed.
Below are the different collections of high speed photography:
More Stunning High Speed Photography: http://www.smashingapps.com/2010/01/17/40-stunning-examples-of-high-speed-photography.html
September 24, 2012 § Leave a Comment
I’m back. That’s all I can say, it’s been a months that I’m not updating my blog, been busy for the past few months. But, today I will sure you guys will saw again a different collection of photos that I am searching for different sites.
Anyway, I was browsing the net when I saw this beautiful and creative photos, it’s called a “Transparent Screen Trick Photos“. Take transparent screen trick photos, for example. The idea is simple: you take a photo of your surroundings and set this photo as your desktop wallpaper. Once the display is positioned precisely, the transparent screen trick is achieved. Simple, but what can you do with this simple idea?
Below are the examples of transparent screen trick photos:
Photo by: Webgrisu
Photo by: ChristianR.2012
Photo by: Graeme Smith
Photo by: Chris Doelle
Photo by: Mikelo
Photo by: Erich Leeth
Photo by: *Yueh-Hua 2012
Photo by: GoogleEyes
Photo by: Badraka
Photo by: Kap4001
Photo by: 6/365 Clear Screen
Photo by: Peon.master
Photo by: Ruben Chase
June 28, 2012 § 1 Comment
Underwater photography is probably one of the most difficult to practice. It requires very specialized equipment and the knowledge of some advanced techniques to get a perfect picture. You need to get the correct exposure, accurate focus, controlled movement of your subject and a pleasing color balance; you also have to deal with low light. Underwater photos often suffer from loss of color and contrast when taken at a significant depth. Such photos are always adjusted with color balance to help offset the blueish tint of the water.
Below, I will present the beautiful examples of underwater photos, created by artists and professional photographers.
June 2, 2012 § 2 Comments
I saw these incredible photos from boostinspiration.com; I was amazed when I saw these photos. It combines with an art, imagination, creativity and photography. I love it and I have seen a lot of art. Photoshop or not they are fantastic combination of drawings and real photographs. Look, a lot of so called artists use photos solely as there drawing and then act as a pure copying machine. This artist used some creativity to add something to the photographs that were not there original.
So, I collect them to show you guys the power of imagination vs. reality. See amazed and decide if it is Photoshop or not (FYI: I DOT NOT BELIEVE THAT THIS IS A PHOTOSHOP) and how creative all these pictures below:
May 31, 2012 § 5 Comments
Most photographers do not feel comfortable in taking photographs in bad weather. Yet bad weather sometimes presents the perfect opportunity to get most out of our skills. Bad weather, especially the raining time, is the best period to try out and shoot some rare and beautiful works into your portfolio.
Below we are showing beautiful examples of rain photography taken by talented photographers.
Rain in my Heart
Photo by Vika Palatova
Silhouette in the Rain
Photo by dannyst
Photo by Anne Marthe Widvey
Caught in the Rain
Photo by Daniel Stark
Rain & Moth
Photo by black&white
After The Rain
Photo by HonBless
Photo by ravenewyork
Posture of Rain
Photo by summerrunner
Spotlight in the Rain
Photo by Paavani
Photo by Soumen Nath
Balloon in the Rain
Photo by JK
A Smile in the Rain
Photo by danny st.
Photo by Maozi
Point of View
Photo by Donato Buccella
Photo by sridge
Photo by johnfish
Photo by City Portrait
“To photograph truthfully and effectively is to see beneath the surfaces and record the qualities of nature and humanity which live or are latent in all things.” -Ansel Adams
May 30, 2012 § 3 Comments
Macro photography is the art of taking close-up pictures that reveal details which can’t be seen with the naked eye. For example, while we can see the fly on the wall, our eyes aren’t equipped to make out the fine details of the hairs on its face. This is where macro photography comes in. It gives us a glimpse into the world of the very small, which goes largely unnoticed by us as we hurriedly shuffle through our day.
Here’s the photo collection of truly amazing macro photography from various photographers.
See more photos on: http://webdesignledger.com/inspiration/40-amazing-examples-of-macro-photography
May 29, 2012 § 11 Comments
Flowers are not only a sign of beauty but also of beautiful fragrance. Flower is a favorite subject for all nature lovers. They make this world more colorful. In this post we showcased breathtaking examples of flower photography. We hope you will find them inspiring and fall in love with these beautiful photos.
Friends are flowers than never fade. “The men of experiment are like the ant; they only collect and use. But the bee . . . gathers its materials from the flowers of the garden and of the field, but transforms and digests it by a power of its own.” -Leonardo da Vinci
So Long, Summer
Children of the Sun
Mum in the Abyss
Dancer in my Mind
Every End Begin
On the Purple Stage
Life Inside Flower
As from a large heap of flowers many garlands and wreaths are made, so by a mortal in this life there is much good work to be done. – Buddha
All my life I have tried to pluck a thistle and plant a flower wherever the flower would grow in thought and mind. -Abraham Lincoln
See more photos on: http://www.boostinspiration.com/photography/flower-photography/
May 26, 2012 § 15 Comments
All photography was originally monochrome; most of these photographs were black-and-white. Most forms of visual technology start out in black and white, and then slowly evolve into color as technology progresses. Even after color film was readily available, black-and-white photography continued to dominate for decades, due to its lower cost and its “classic” photographic look.
The perspectives that these photographers found in some of these photos is really incredible. The nature shots are all really great too. Black and White pictures are always so fun, classic, creative and original!! Here are the examples of black and white photography.
May 25, 2012 § Leave a Comment
According to Raymond Salvatore Harmon “Art is an evolutionary act. The shape of art and its role in society is constantly changing. At no point is art static. There are no rules.”
Many street artists have earned international attention for their work and have shown their works in museums or galleries as well as on the street. It is also not uncommon for street artists to achieve commercial success doing graphics for other companies or starting their own merchandising lines. Other street artists have transitioned away from street art to traditional gallery and museum exhibitions.