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Photographer of the Day: Andrew Slater

Photographer: Andrew Slater Photo: “Shapes of Transition” We can appreciate that the delicate frozen icicles on the dock and the iron are temporary, and will join the lake in liquid

Photographer of the Day: John

Photographer: John Photo: “_JON2615 edited-1” This striking image is perfectly balanced. The key to its balance is the tree in shadow on the right side of the image. While the

Photographer of the Day: Scott Stults

Photographer: Scott Stults Photo: “Fiber Optics” What is striking about this wonderful image is its power in simplicity. While there are only two key objects being photographed, they each appear

Photographer of the Day: Joe

Photographer: Joe Photo: “Love on Ice” This is a wonderful study in texture! Superimposing the soft organic rose and its delicate petals with the cold frozen water is a great

Photographer of the Day: Ken Lee

Photographer: Ken Lee Photo: “Bracing for Impact” Having appeared in a few of the Photographer of the Day offerings, Ken Lee once again uses imaginative and carefully engineered lighting effects

Photographer of the Day: Geoffrey Tibbenham

Photographer: Geoffrey Tibbenham Photo: “Aldeburgh beach” What makes this image so compelling to me is its simplicity; it’s lack of clutter and unnecessary information. We’re free to surmise how this

Photographer of the Day: Davor Smoković

Photographer: Davor Smoković Photo: “Curak” When a photograph can evoke a story in its viewer, it becomes a successful communication. In this case, the technique of using a long shutter

Photographer of the Day: Ken Lee

Photographer: Ken Lee Photo: “Air Romania” Part of the mystery in this abstract is created by the extreme wide angle fisheye look at a defunct aircraft, with its non-functional components

Photographer of the Day: Peter Hickson

Photographer: Peter Hickson Photo: “West Pier” I do have a love affair with black and white, but it is only partly because I learned photography by developing my own contact

Photographer of the Day: Robert Armstrong

Photographer: Robert Armstrong Photo: “Oregon Bride” Yes, I have chosen a wedding photo for Photographer of the Day! A good photograph is just that — and it can be from

Photographer of the Day: Allan Jones Photographer

Photographer: Allan Jones Photographer Photo: “Oil drops” Abstractions can fire imagination! This near microscopic view of oil drops in water is lit so intentionally, colorfully, and creatively as to remove

Photographer of the Day: Kristine Hinrichs

Photographer: Kristine Hinrichs Photo: “11.16.2019 Zig Zag” It’s so visually entertaining when an architect intentionally echoes an internal building feature with an external one, especially when it’s going to be

Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski

Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “forme et structure moderne v2” Sometimes I wonder where Rudy Pilarski finds all of the amazing buildings that he photographs. Then I wonder how long it

Photographer of the Day: Andrew Slater

Photographer: Andrew Slater Photo: “Piercing Winter” As photographers, we’re often instructed not to place key subject components at or too close to the center of an image. And if so,

Photographer of the Day: Edouard Ketterer

Photographer: Edouard Ketterer Photo: “Sur les crêtes du Molkenrain !!!” Sometimes, what’s not presented in an image tells as much of a story as what is there and apparent. This

Photographer of the Day: Bill McCarroll

Photographer: Bill McCarroll Photo: “Badwater Basin, Death Valley, California” This new curator approach which detaches specific categories for us to use as templates frees me to engage my own basic

Photographer of the Day: Tiberio Frascari

Photographer: Tiberio Frascari Photo: “Paris, France,_August_2019_858” This image is a surprising look at what an architect can do not only to the structure of a building, but the appearance and

Photographer of the Day: Allan Jones

Photographer: Allan Jones Photo: “Apple” The new curator approach which detaches specific categories for us to use as templates frees me to engage my own basic criterial; to choose photos

Photographer of the Day: Joe

Photographer: Joe Photo: “Evening Walk” When a photograph successfully freezes a key moment in time and preserves a palpable emotional mood, it’s a win and speaks to me. This new

Photographer of the Day: Pamela Aminou

Photographer: Pamela Aminou Photo: “Contrast” OK. This is an abstract. It uses architectural components for the basis of the abstract. And it’s a very compelling abstract, so there was no

Photographer of the Day: Ian Johnston LRPS

Category: Architecture Photographer: Ian Johnston LRPS Photo: “Salisbury Cathedral” Considering the history of the church, much time and effort was made in designing beautiful and profound sculpture for its vessels.

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