One of the ways to learn photography is to study the work of other well know photographers. Social media has enabled us to easily follow the works and thoughts of many fantastic artists. Here are some Google+ profiles and photos I know you will want to follow.
Life for Hawk is a countdown to a library of 1,000,000 alive and hyperactive photographs that focus on the dynamism of life. These photographs are aimed at capturing places and disjointed images that were once meaningless, but are now full of life.
Ratcliff’s photos have a wide range of light and dark areas, popularly referred to as high dynamic range photography. His photos bear the intensity of real-life scenes.
Bettany captivated online admirers with alluring, high contrast and sharp editing of photos of beautiful ladies, captivating scenery and vibrant skylines.
Photos by Rose bloomed with realism as he captures simple yet memorable stolen shots of real people and ingenious photographs of places around the world.
Rowse arrived in the online scene as a professional blogger, and is now a digital photographer. Illustrating everyday life and the mystery of the streets through shadows and perspective, he delves into a marvelous mix of beauty, art and mystery.
Wright’s photos boast of having creativity, energy and style—all full to the brim. His tales are composed of photos of inanimate objects and breathtaking sceneries ironically taken from ordinary places.
Franco experiments with photography by using average contrast to high brightness in order to artistically confine real life objects and people in his photos.
Forget everything else, but Brown will never forget to bring his camera in his around-the-world adventures, all for the sake of capturing with great ardor the world in sharp lines and clear resolutions.
Surely his sleep deprivation did not stop him from taking pictures with simple themes, but with good perspective, high intensity colors and varied hues.
Typically, a scientist appeals on facts and not on emotions. But for Smith, he takes photos of stellar landscapes and seascapes in good lighting and vibrant hues to share emotions.
Goldstein’s golden skills in photography displayed his passion in taking crisp and sharp photos of objects in motion with much rich brightness and intensity.
Widely recognized by CNN, National Geographic and Discovery Channel, among others, Sorgjerd took landscape photography up to its peak. He takes pride in his Iceland volcano shots and produced more photos rich in color and intensity.
+Patrick Di Fruscia
Di Fruscia delivered photos with vibrant texture and dynamic colors. All his photos were taken in realistic settings, but these photos seem to take viewers out of this world.
Whether it is a photo of actual facial art on a model’s face, or a model’s face edited to have facial art, MacAskill took photos of ideal superhuman forms with perfect crispness and texture.
Surely a hit for blog-hoppers, Young’s photos mostly revolve on real people and creative shots of ordinary objects in an everyday setting.
Jarvie’s passion is to take magnificent wedding pictures, alluring views, and interesting lives of random people with good lighting and contrast.
Caroll’s photography is all about everyday awareness. Although most of her pictures are average portraits, her panoramic photos surely stand out.
For Leuthard, there’s always something beautiful in something so dangerous. His photos depict life on the streets, capturing sharp graffiti with indulging monochromatic beauty.
Like Leuthard, Bezrukov took photos of street life from different points of reference and perspectives. He played with shadows and black and white colors to create effects.
When it comes to his pictures, he displayed immense expertise on proper contrast, lighting and texture.
Gucwa adores urban living; in fact, her photos show the vibrancy of New York in various artistic depictions.
Matiash admitted that taking pictures has always been a habit, so much that most of his photos are those of objects we see every day, presented in ways we haven’t before seen.
Leslie’s photos vary from amazing landscapes to motivating people and daily events. He varies the lights, brightness and sharpness to create more impact.
Beckerman started a campaign of black and white photography featuring the daily events in New York life. Every photo was captured with intense art and emotion.
Kahler’s scrapbook is a treasure haven of spectacular photos of waves, seas, beaches and everything about these blue-white-and-green paradises.
An expert in portraits, Maigier took dynamic photos of random people on the streets and of rich architecture.
Defying rules and challenging limitations, Koloskov artfully took pictures with exceptional lighting and admirable contrast. His themes and portfolios are composed of ordinary objects depicted in an exceptionally eccentric style.
+Jessica Simmoins writes about blogging, branding, marketing and graphic design. She writes for Uprinting.com, a leading socially responsible online printing, marketing and technology firm that offers canvas printing services and various printed marketing media.