Latest in Photography
  • Jogesh Debnath
    Published 25 minutes ago
    Shooting Professional Photos Can Be Easier Than You Know

    Shooting Professional Photos Can Be Easier Than You Know

    You have an appreciation for photography but you have no idea how to work a camera. This article will break down some of the basics steps of how to use a camera and how to get great looking images, no matter if you have a point and shoot camera or a dSLR.
  • Jack thomson
    Published about 2 hours ago
    The Best Photo and Video Editing Apps to Use on Chromebook

    The Best Photo and Video Editing Apps to Use on Chromebook

    We all love to capture a lot of photos and videos in our everyday life. Thanks to the smart devices that allow us to do that without any difficulty. Taking good pictures and videos is not rocket science and especially with the smartphones that we own. And after capturing, editing becomes important to make our photos and videos even more attractive and good looking. But, when it comes to editing, then we need to have stable software with a well-performing computer system. Most people usually don’t prefer to use Chromebooks because of the lack of the creative suite of apps in them. However, this seems to be true. But, that doesn’t mean that the Chromebooks cannot perform tasks like editing photos and videos. Yes, you can do editing on your Chromebooks. Do you know how to do that? Facing difficulty in deciding what apps to use for the best editing?
  • Gordon O.
    Published 5 days ago
     Mirrorless camera for beginners are a big bang for photographers

    Mirrorless camera for beginners are a big bang for photographers

    Mirrorless camera is potent ammunition for the ever colossal DSLR camera. It has the precedence of being lighter, faster, compact, and suitable for videos. Besides, it also gives you the option to use the DSLR lens. Here, it provides you superior autofocus in virtually all models.
  • Zach Doehler
    Published 6 days ago
    Capturing the Milky Way on the Coast

    Capturing the Milky Way on the Coast

    A few weeks ago, some friends and I decided to head out to the West Coast of Vancouver Island for camping. They were going to be camping at a campground near Port Renfrew, and I was going to be heading out for a solo night at Sombrio Beach so that I could get optimal conditions for milky way photography.
  • Holly Probert
    Published 7 days ago
    Finding yourself again

    Finding yourself again

    For about three and a half years now I have been really struggling as a person. My mental health was declining after a few personal struggles and I had lost my way in life. I didn't feel that I had a reason to get up in the morning. I was stumbling through each day with work, medication and tears. I had no interest in anything or anyone. And after living on my own for several years it was a shock to the system for me to take instruction from my mum again. However she demanded that we took a break for a few days, a chance of scenery and a few days away from the day to day life that I was so down about. So she booked a weekend away, I got in her car and off we went. Our Destination? Dartmoor.
  • Shubhangi
    Published 8 days ago
    Want to master the art of ‘Wedding photography’?

    Want to master the art of ‘Wedding photography’?

    No matter if you are a professional photographer or a rookie, wedding photography requires some key skills and dedication down the line. So, if you have just started with photography and thinking of gaining expertise in this ‘most talked about’ photography niche, we got some really handy tips in our kitty to share with you.
Staff Picks
  • Zach Doehler
    Published 6 days ago
    Capturing the Milky Way on the Coast

    Capturing the Milky Way on the Coast

    A few weeks ago, some friends and I decided to head out to the West Coast of Vancouver Island for camping. They were going to be camping at a campground near Port Renfrew, and I was going to be heading out for a solo night at Sombrio Beach so that I could get optimal conditions for milky way photography.
  • Olivia Beech
    Published 24 days ago
    To Go for a Walk in the Woods

    To Go for a Walk in the Woods

    When I was in college…
  • Leigh Loftus
    Published about a month ago
    Rock Your Cocktail Photos

    Rock Your Cocktail Photos

    Be honest with me for a second… have you ever used your phone to take a picture of your food, with your soul intention being to make your friends jealous #ShotOniPhone… Only to look at that photo and admit to yourself that it looks nothing at all like what’s in front of you, in fact it looks like a total piece of CRAP?!🤷🏼‍♀️
  • Sophia Carey
    Published 3 months ago
    Third Place in Better Days Challenge
    How COVID-19 Has Affected My Photography Practice

    How COVID-19 Has Affected My Photography Practice

    Like most photographers, COVID-19 has had a profound effect on my business and my creative outlet. Of course, jobs are harder to come by, a recession is looming, and there are some jobs I’m just physically unable to take on, but my photography practice has also changed far beyond these inconveniences.
  • Jakayla Toney
    Published 3 months ago
    Phone Photography for New Photographers Starting Out

    Phone Photography for New Photographers Starting Out

    Are you here because you don't have thousands of dollars for camera equipment and you want to take a good photo without spending any money? This article will tell you how you can have an amazing photo shoot with decent images to post online for your Instagram, start-up business, or any social media platform you use. All you need is your phone.
  • Gerard Santiago
    Published 3 months ago
    50 Things Photographers (or Any Artist/Creatives) Can Do During Lockdown

    50 Things Photographers (or Any Artist/Creatives) Can Do During Lockdown

    During these worse times, like the world-spread novel pandemic COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the government implemented so-called social distancing, work-from-home, self-quarantine, shelter-in-place, and lockdown. Any activity to avoid the rapid spreading of the virus. Many photographers, artists, and designers' job offers and projects were canceled or deferred. Some may not be working, maybe furlough, or got laid off during this crisis. It can be a very hard time for everyone. It may be emotional or mentally stressful for us being caged not just for a few days but weeks and, hopefully, not for months.
Art
  • Lukas Avenas
    Published 8 days ago
    Time Design - A Life Spent
  • Petra Kubisova
    Published 10 days ago
    Mirrors of Memory

    Mirrors of Memory

    In this chapter we will look at several questions. What is the relationship between photography and memory? How can a still image/photograph produce or recall memories? What information do we get through photographs and through memories? How do memories transform through language and what does naming/defining memories do in terms of remembering and forgetting? How do the images/memories exist through projection?
  • Petra Kubisova
    Published 10 days ago
    Mirrors of Memory

    Mirrors of Memory

    In this section we will look at how our memories are transformed through speech and how they affect the process of remembering and forgetting. As an example I will use a very unique case, the work of Lindsay Seers, whose memory went through a very unusual process.
Camera
  • Jogesh Debnath
    Published 25 minutes ago
    Shooting Professional Photos Can Be Easier Than You Know

    Shooting Professional Photos Can Be Easier Than You Know

    You have an appreciation for photography but you have no idea how to work a camera. This article will break down some of the basics steps of how to use a camera and how to get great looking images, no matter if you have a point and shoot camera or a dSLR.
  • Gordon O.
    Published 5 days ago
     Mirrorless camera for beginners are a big bang for photographers

    Mirrorless camera for beginners are a big bang for photographers

    Mirrorless camera is potent ammunition for the ever colossal DSLR camera. It has the precedence of being lighter, faster, compact, and suitable for videos. Besides, it also gives you the option to use the DSLR lens. Here, it provides you superior autofocus in virtually all models.
  • Neil Andrews
    Published 13 days ago
    New York New York

    New York New York

    I choose this image for the Outdoor Challenge Contest as being a resident of New York City for the last 9 years this is my outdoors.
Career
  • Holly Probert
    Published 7 days ago
    Finding yourself again

    Finding yourself again

    For about three and a half years now I have been really struggling as a person. My mental health was declining after a few personal struggles and I had lost my way in life. I didn't feel that I had a reason to get up in the morning. I was stumbling through each day with work, medication and tears. I had no interest in anything or anyone. And after living on my own for several years it was a shock to the system for me to take instruction from my mum again. However she demanded that we took a break for a few days, a chance of scenery and a few days away from the day to day life that I was so down about. So she booked a weekend away, I got in her car and off we went. Our Destination? Dartmoor.
  • Justin krompier
    Published 20 days ago
    Cross Roads

    Cross Roads

    I had spent the last two years of my life working as a UPS driver in rural northern New Jersey. It wasn’t where my 19 year old self saw myself at 29. I went to film school to learn how to make allegorical narrative and documentary films that would change the world and yet here I was, breaking my young back moving 50lb boxes of dog food from the 120 degree back of my box car, up long, steep gravel driveways in West Milford New Jersey in the dead of summer. “How did I get here? I had bigger dreams than this!” I’d proclaim to myself as sweat poured out every sweat gland of my body. My hands chewed up, my knees showing early signs of impending replacement surgery.
  • Will's On The Road Photography
    Published 22 days ago
    Will's On The Road Photography

    Will's On The Road Photography

    Being on the road has been something that I have been wanting to do for sometime now and where I have been recently laid off from my job at the tannery I have to begin to wonder if now is the time to take on such an opportunity and a risk.
Editing
  • Zach Doehler
    Published 6 days ago
    Capturing the Milky Way on the Coast

    Capturing the Milky Way on the Coast

    A few weeks ago, some friends and I decided to head out to the West Coast of Vancouver Island for camping. They were going to be camping at a campground near Port Renfrew, and I was going to be heading out for a solo night at Sombrio Beach so that I could get optimal conditions for milky way photography.
  • Rachael Spafford
    Published 8 days ago
    How to Edit Your Photo Using a Free Online Photo Editor

    How to Edit Your Photo Using a Free Online Photo Editor

    Have you ever wanted to learn how to edit your own photos, but don't want to spend a fortune on photo editing software? These days there are many free tools available both off and online for that very purpose! One such free online photo editing software is called Photopea. It is open source so is completely free to use!
  • Alex OT
    Published 12 days ago
    Force of Nature

    Force of Nature

    Picture a force of nature.
How To
  • Shubhangi
    Published 8 days ago
    Want to master the art of ‘Wedding photography’?

    Want to master the art of ‘Wedding photography’?

    No matter if you are a professional photographer or a rookie, wedding photography requires some key skills and dedication down the line. So, if you have just started with photography and thinking of gaining expertise in this ‘most talked about’ photography niche, we got some really handy tips in our kitty to share with you.
  • David Sornberger
    Published 19 days ago
    Making Photos Podcast: Drone Photography Checklist
  • TheMillennialsJournal
    Published about a month ago
    How To Aesthetic Flatlay

    How To Aesthetic Flatlay

    We know that now more than ever Instagram can take more effort than getting a degree! (okay slight exaggeration but you understand). Sometimes the way we showcase posts & ideas makes all the difference. Here is a guide to capturing the right shot & peoples attention!
Product Review
  • Jack thomson
    Published about 2 hours ago
    The Best Photo and Video Editing Apps to Use on Chromebook

    The Best Photo and Video Editing Apps to Use on Chromebook

    We all love to capture a lot of photos and videos in our everyday life. Thanks to the smart devices that allow us to do that without any difficulty. Taking good pictures and videos is not rocket science and especially with the smartphones that we own. And after capturing, editing becomes important to make our photos and videos even more attractive and good looking. But, when it comes to editing, then we need to have stable software with a well-performing computer system. Most people usually don’t prefer to use Chromebooks because of the lack of the creative suite of apps in them. However, this seems to be true. But, that doesn’t mean that the Chromebooks cannot perform tasks like editing photos and videos. Yes, you can do editing on your Chromebooks. Do you know how to do that? Facing difficulty in deciding what apps to use for the best editing?
  • David Sornberger
    Published 7 months ago
    Luminar 4.1.0 Update

    Luminar 4.1.0 Update

    Skylum recently released Luminar 4.1, complete with several additional features, performance improvements to make workflow easier and to allow for more control in its AI-powered machine-learning tools. Released a month after its initial launch, the Luminar 4.1 update includes updates to AI Sky Replacement, the Erase tool, Portrait Enhancer and more.
  • Patty McDaniels
    Published 8 months ago
    What Does an LED Ring Light Do for Photography

    What Does an LED Ring Light Do for Photography

    It's hard to take a decent close-up photo without tinkering with lighting in a skillful way. Erratic lighting casts harsh shadows, distorts contours, and increases glare. Fortunately, there's no shortage of tools that help manipulate lighting.