Photographer of the Day
You may have noticed that the Photo of the Day has recently become the Photographer of the Day. Why? The answer is simple. Photofocus wants to shine the spotlight on the creators of the images we show daily. Without photographers there would be no photos. Photography is often called the universal language. Everyone, anywhere, understands the smile of a child at play, the joy of the couple at their wedding, the wonder of nature, the thrill of sports, the power of a portrait and the pull of the street in photographs they see. We want to share the work of photographers who speak this language eloquently with our readers.
Our curators, categories & days
Lisa Robinson ~ Weddings ~ Sundays
Brian Smith ~ Portraits ~ Mondays
Kevin Ames ~ Fashion ~ Tuesdays
Doug Daulton ~ Nature ~ Wednesdays
Nick Minore ~ Sports ~ Thursdays
Robert Vanelli ~ Kids ~ Fridays
Marco Larousse ~ Street ~ Saturdays
These curators are working professional photographers. They are also Photofocus authors and contributors whose articles you’ve been reading here on Photofocus. Each of their posts features commentary about the photograph, links to it and to the photographer as well as a link back to this article so you can always refer to it.
Submit your photos
Our curators select these great image makers by reviewing their photos posted in the Photofocus communities on Flickr, Google Plus and 500px. Upload your work that fits in our seven categories for consideration to those Photofocus groups by clicking one of the links. That’s all there is to being considered to become the Photofocus Photographer of the Day.