Long before the age of highways and ultra-fast planes, trains were the most common and steady way to travel long distances. Through wilderness and tunnels, over hills and mountains, through snow and rain, the railroad track is a symbol of our need to visit new places, find adventure, and be free.
Archives for April 2014
Wind is a powerful natural force which is not visible, but the effects it creates are. Thus it can act as a good storytelling device in photography. By taking advantage of the wind in your photography, you give yourself plenty of opportunities to create very dynamic shots. Here I have shared 20 fantastic wind photographs […]
Julie de Waroquier is a self-taught photographer from France and also a philosophy teacher. She started her photography career back in 2008 and since 2010 she has won a few national and international awards, notably the International Emerging Artist Award. Her photography are exhibited all over the world. In the end of 2012 was launched […]
Photographing landscapes can be a difficult subject to capture – the lack of control over your subject is quite high, and oftentimes you may find yourself compensating in the digital dark room. If your landscape images sometimes lack that wow factor – that stand-out quality in tones and color – you may need to increase […]
Using a full size photography background on the website is trendy for last few years. Designers and developers are looking for new cool ways of implementing the image into design. In some cases the photo is used to set the scene and introduce the aim of the website, whereas other times an inspirational picture is […]
Many people consider bracketing to be an option for advanced photographers only. However, it can be a tool that anyone can make use of in order to create the perfect image. It is not hard to learn how to bracket an image, and once you start using this tool, you will likely find yourself turning […]