"Photography" Blogs & Blog Posts

StorybookStorybook

Wild Bald Eagle Nest Videos

 
daysgobydaysgoby

daysgoby is a blog detailing my life in Canada after I moved here from the ...

 
Wag Bark LoveWag Bark Love

Dogs as friends, family and muse.

 
Mark McNulty PhotographyMark McNulty Photography

The blog of a Liverpool photographer working in the worlds of music, fashio...

 
Trabant 601Trabant 601

My thoughts on life, culture, books, art, music, plus my photography and a ...

 
Piquant PhotosPiquant Photos

Piquant Photos

 
Melbourne TodayMelbourne Today

Daily photos of Melbourne, Australia

 


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If you’ve been trying to learn how to be a better photographer, April might be your month.Read more...

Photographer Lucas Zimmerman captured these dreamy long-exposure shots on foggy streets near Weimar, Germany. He followed up on the original 2013 series a few years later with Traffic Lights 2.0. "...Photography shows us things we otherwise over...

An relaxing compendium of macro photos of everday objects such as eggs, leaves and donuts, except for the loud reality-TV "zooming in" sound effect that makes you think Gordon is about to start shrieking at them. Note the unnerving macro-scale resemb...

The near-total absence of people has allowed for these extraordinary photographs.  Read more...More about Photography, Mashable Video, Coronavirus, Covid 19, and Social Distancing...

-Lessons From The TheaterI will forever be grateful for the many years I spent as an actor in the theater because acting (and specifically stage acting), taught me so much about rejection and survival. It also taught me how to adjust and adapt to not...

More than a decade after announcing that it would keep Polaroid's abandoned instant film alive, The Impossible Project has done the... improbable: It has officially become the brand it set out to save. And to commemorate the occasion there's a new ca...

In 1995 I modeled as part of a feature on “Women of the Internet.” As the magazine ceases print publication, I’m feeling weirdly nostalgic.