Category: Architecture Photographer: Ritxy Photo: “Untitled” While normally a panorama — especially one where horizon lines are distorted — is not the ideal form of architectural photography, this magical view
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Category: Freedom Photographer: jordaneil Photo: “freedom” Protests can be filled with a range of emotions. But this capture I absolutely love, as it touches the past (being taken in 2007) and
Category: Street Photographer: Rex Mandel Photo: “Union Square – San Francisco, CA” Rex Mandel, I tip my hat to you. This is one of the most unique street Photography of
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Natasha Jelezkina Photo: “If you set your goals ridiculously high and it’s a failure, you will fail above everyone else’s success. – James Cameron” Ah, spring in the city.
Category: Portrait Photographer: Jeff Goldberg Photo: “Looking Glass (3)” This portrait from Jeff Goldberg earns him POTD kudos for its striking content. The multiple mirrors give us different portraits all
Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “doubles perspective” Frequent Architectural photographer of the day Rudy Pilarsky hits another home run with a solid engaging view of a powerful arched intersection.
Category: Freedom Photographer: Lauri Novak Photo: “Long May She Wave Comp” Aah, the red, white and blue. It defines a country so much, and this capture by Lauri shows the flag
Category: Street Photographer: Sergio Del Pesco Photo: “unknown” I saw this image by Sergio Del Pesco and thought, I love that he chooses to tell their story with them not
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Edouard Ketterer Photo: “Vulcano!!!” The feeling of isolation in this image is almost overwhelming. So many contrasts throughout also make this quite interesting. Man vs. nature, the softness of
Category: Portrait Photographer: Michael Hutchinson Photo: “Selfie” A portrait in a portrait is a great example of a candid portrait! I love the way our photographer of the day has
Category: Architecture Photographer: Jeff Goldberg Photo: “Light Court Colors (The Rookery)” Architecture meets photography meets design meets geometry. A wide-angle view makes of a strong open interior design makes for
Category: Freedom Photographer: Michael Hoffman Photo: “Happy Fourth of July!” There’s nothing that says freedom truly like a huge fireworks show. This show, captured last year by Michael, is in the
Category: Street Photographer: Paulo Moreira Photo: “Leica CM” I absolutely love that film is making its way back into photography. I started in film in high school and so it
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Bert de Bruin Photo: “Naamloos (1 van 1)-8” This image really caught my eye as I was scrolling through the group images. The composition is perfect and the light
Category: Portrait Photographer: Robertino Radovix Photo: “Kirghizi” A great face — a child’s face — with an old soul expression makes this portrait so very powerful. The single light paints
Category: Architecture Photographer: Christian Meermann Photo: “Tempodrom #5” While as architectural images go, this is about as minimal as it gets! While it’s nearly impossible to determine the building involved
Category: Sports Photographer: Mark Fletcher Photo: “Sarfraz Ahmed – England vs Pakistan 19th May 2019” Mark’s photograph of a cricket match is perfect for showcasing the sport. You can see the
Category: Street Photographer: Johann Walter Bantz Photo: “Europe depuis l’Euro, Rome, Italie 2019” This beautiful black and white image by Johann Walter Bantz titled “Europe depuis l’Euro, Rome, Italy 2019”
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Bernard Spragg Photo: “Fields of Gold. Canola” Gorgeous shot of canola fields. Beautiful, bright color and love that he left that little curve of grass in the upper right.
Category: Portrait Photographer: fiore_lla4ever Photo: “Profili” A portrait photographed in profile is always a strong statement. When it is the front image of a group dressed in the same colors,
Category: Architecture Photographer: Ria Trouw Photo: “Treppe von unten” This is such an elegant staircase abstract! What really makes the image a standout is the surprising organic deviation from the