The Photofocus team has been traveling a lot lately, and we’d love to see where you’re going, too! For April, we’re looking for photos related to traveling the world. Whether
Photographer of the Day
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Wade Brooks Photo: “Taking Time Just For Me” I love the light and shadows in this image. I can hear the peace and quiet of the leaves rustling. I can
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Jim Denham Photo: “Fog in the Trees” What a magical moment captured. I love the warmth through the trees created by the mixture of the sun and fog. If you read
Urban exploration is one of those cool genres of photographs that a lot of us just can’t get enough of. For March, we’re looking for photos that highlight the run-down,
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Joe Photo: “Trees Through the Mist” Oh so moody. The symmetry created by the reflection makes this even more mysterious as if you can’t tell up from down. Images like
Editor’s Note: We’d like to welcome Lauri Novak back to Photographer of the Day, who will be curating the Outdoor category. Thank you to Rob Sylvan for all your hard work!
Category: Love Photographer: David Morris Photo: “candid.” Showing love in an everyday environment can be a great capture. Here, David captures a couple whispering to each other in their home. It’s
Category: Street Photographer: Gino Domenico Photo: “Little Tramp” This adorable image was sent in by Gino Domenico titled “Little Tramp.” He said this about the image, “This picture was taken
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Ken Rowland Photo: “Snake River View” Such a classic view of Grand Teton National Park. Certainly made famous by Ansel Adams, but also surely by the grandeur
Category: Portrait Photographer: Tommy Le Photo: “Peek-a-Boo” This compelling portrait of a very young girl carrying her brother shows the power of focus. The girl in the foreground is totally
Category: Architecture Photographer: Allan Jones Photo: “Roland levinsky Building” The extreme wide angle (14mm on full frame) view exaggerates the aggressive and highly angular shape of this university art building.
Category: Celebrations Photographer: cinzio Farinelli Photo: “pirotecnica a moncalieri..” Whatever the reason, pyrotechnics are always a fun way to celebrate. Whether it’s small, handheld sparklers or big fireworks, they really can
Category: Street Photographer: Johann Walter Bantz Photo: “04, Decembre, Pantin, France” This is exactly why I love photography! This image by Johann Walter Bantz is power. It is history. It
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Jeff Newton Photo: “From sunlight into the dark” I love silhouettes of birds in flight, as the photo becomes more about shape than the bird. I also
Category: Portrait Photographer: thesrpspaintshop Photo: “Concentration” This aptly titled work exemplifies a portrait that stands up to its title and more. The light from the smartphone seems to add to
Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “phylarmonie abstract” This highly abstract capture of a concert hall dares to viewer to deduce the actual structure, which does go contrary to what
Category: Celebrations Photographer: CampanellaFoto Photo: “AIK 1-2 IFK Göteborg (2015-10-26)” Sports celebrations are always fun to watch, and here, a soccer goalkeeper is captured as he celebrates a big win.
Category: Street Photographer: Barbara Koester Photo: “Mummers” This image titled “Mummers” by Barbara Koester immediately caught my attention. The colors are incredible! I love that she said this about the image as
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Barbara Elizabeth Photo: “Purple Lady Slipper” Finding a lady slipper in the forest is always like finding a rare jewel. Such an ornate burst of color sprouting
Category: Portrait Photographer: Ian Lewry Photo: “Sitting for a Street Artist in NYC” A portrait of a portraitist earns Ian Lewry the honor of Photographer of the Day. While the
Category: Architecture Photographer: BigPhilUK Photo: “Gherkins” While this is not what we “normally” consider an architectural photograph — meaning it’s not representing a building at the architect might have envisioned