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Melinda G Red Cardinal photo

Photographer of the Day: Melinda G

Photographer: Melinda G Photo: “Red is the ultimate cure for sadness – Bill Blass” In light of the current situation and most of us social distancing and self-isolating, I wanted to

Jörg Nitzschner crocus photo

Photographer of the Day: Jörg Nitzschner

Photographer: Jörg Nitzschnere Photo: “fragil“ In light of the current situation and most of us social distancing and self-isolating, I wanted to find images that would show us all that 1)

Photographer of the Day: Jimmy Rostlund

Photographer: Jimmy Rostlund Photo: “R0000390.jpg“ Just a simple shot of decay, worn and torn paint or outer layer of a building but it caught my eye because of all the questions

Photographer of the Day: Joe

Photographer: Joe Photo: “Leaves“ What a great way to fill the frame. These plants are so interesting and fun to photograph and this image is a great example of why. There

Photographer of the Day: Jim Sollows

Photographer: Jim Sollows Photo: “All Aboard!“ I love the atmosphere in this shot. The composition pulls us into the station (no pun intended) and makes us wonder where we’re heading. The

Photographer of the Day: Grun Berge

Photographer: Grun Berge Photo: “IMGP2138-3“ Someone let this guy out, please. You can just feel the dog’s yearning in this shot and I think many of us can relate to this

Photographer of the Day: Ken

Photographer: Ken Photo: “Wading in Milky Water” This image caught my eye as I was scrolling through our Flickr group. At first, I thought it was a person walking along the

Grosse Pointe Sunrise Evanston

Are you creating for yourself?

How much time do you spend creating for yourself? If you are running a photography business, my guess is the answer is not much or not as much as you’d

photographic legacy

The legacy of our photographs

This isn’t necessarily something any of us really like to talk about. Because I’m dealing with it personally and creeping up there in age, I’m seeing and hearing more and

all we need is more likes

How to ask for image critiques

We post our images all over social media looking for likes, hearts and comments. We crave recognition and validation in the work we spend days and hours on, so we

Kurt Kramer Photography

Photographer of the Day: Kurt Kramer

Photographer: Kurt Kramer Photo: “Impressionist Spirits” I have to admit I’m a little partial to this image because I watched Kurt take it, although I may have titled it “No Photoshop

Charlie Raven photography

Photographer of the Day: Charlie Raven

Photographer: Charlie Raven Photo: “Glastonbury Festival 2019” I have always wanted to attend the Glastonbury Festival and this image just put me right in the crowd. You can just feel the

Paul Munford Photography

Photographer of the Day: Paul Munford

Photographer: Paul Munford Photo: “Fade” This photo is the definition of seeing differently. A wonderfully unique perspective and nice to see a different interpretation of an umbrella shot. Images like this

Phillip William Jenner photographer

Photographer of the Day: Phillip William Jenner

Photographer: Phillip William Jenner Photo: “Ashopton Viaduct, Ladybower Reservoir” The shapes, light and movement are beautiful in this image. I really love the way it all works together and my eyes

Ken Lee photography

Photographer of the Day: Ken Lee

Photographer: Ken Lee Photo: “The Summit Inn” Right out of a movie. That’s the reason why this image made me stop scrolling through the gallery, it looks like a still shot

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Plus, by entering you’re automatically eligible to win one of our monthly prizes. This month we’re giving away a studio lighting kit from B&H!