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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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....
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...

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 water when the winter ends. But for now … this

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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 lit portions of the castle front are clearly left positioned,

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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 more than once with their reflections being key parts of

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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 creation of contrast. The turbulent texture of the bubbles in

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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 to create something striking from something ordinary. What might not

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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 ghost ship arrived on this open beach, and write our

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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 speed to allow moving water to appear as moving, it

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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 rendering it inoperable. Part of the mystery is its lighting,

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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 prints with my dad as an eight-year-old. For reasons too

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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 any genre. If you’ve ever had to work in this

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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 any clear sense of setting or external proportion. As viewers,

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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 experienced at the right point of view! It’s so apparent

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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 creation of contrast. The turbulent texture of the bubbles in

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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 to create something striking from something ordinary. What might not

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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 ghost ship arrived on this open beach, and write our

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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 speed to allow moving water to appear as moving, it

Read More

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 rendering it inoperable. Part of the mystery is its lighting,

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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 prints with my dad as an eight-year-old. For reasons too

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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 any genre. If you’ve ever had to work in this

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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 any clear sense of setting or external proportion. As viewers,

Read More

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 experienced at the right point of view! It’s so apparent

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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 takes him to get to all of the amazing buildings

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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, there had better be a really good reason. So, here’s

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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 enigmatic view is so mostly in shadow as to elicit

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