"Photography" Blogs & Blog Posts

Tony's BlogTony's Blog

I started out as a painter but these days I do more with photography... so ...

 
Everyday Insanity and DelightEveryday Insanity and Delight

Blog of Australian photographer, designer, artist, scrapbooker and Mum, Nic...

 
Melbourne TodayMelbourne Today

Daily photos of Melbourne, Australia

 
My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.

My 780km Camino de Santiago pilgrimage walk .This blog is a journal of my j...

 
Sea Fishing and Walking in the UKSea Fishing and Walking in the UK

Sea fishing and fell walking around the North West of the UK (Lancashire, M...

 
Eternal WorrierEternal Worrier

A personal Blog, random photos and thoughts.

 
All Things AlissaAll Things Alissa

This is a family blog where I do my best to discover happiness and beauty i...

 


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Today on In Case You Missed It: We explore UPS' plans to deploy hordes of delivery drones and the robots are coming to replace fashion photographers — body shaming not included. And just in case you've been too busy to keep an eye...

Studio Sixty Six held their opening called Time / Frame. The exhibition features artworks by Sharon Katz and Veronique Sunatori. For more info about the exhibition and the artist, click here. The exhibition runs until March 25, 2017.

Your camera’s angle can completely change the look of your photo. When you shoot subjects from a low angle, they tend to look larger and more powerful. In this video, photographer Ted Forbes explains how it works.Read more...

We love and celebrate the people who sneak into derelict themeparks and photograph their ruins! Beijing, Orlando, Sichuan, South Carolina, Japan, Berlin, New Orleans, even Walt Disney World! (more…)...

Sony's upcoming SF-G series of SD cards will be available this spring, the company announced today. When that time comes, Sony said they "will be the world's fastest SD cards." Boasting a maximum write speed of 299 MB/s, that claim...

She was afraid of losing her shape, spreading out, not being able to contain herself any longer. From Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman (1969)Filed under: Photographs Tagged: Argentina, art, Buenos Aires, dismorphia, distorted, impossible, MAL...

This video featuring Viktoria Odintsova is probably not adhering to local occupational safety regs. If the photo below gets your palms sweating, you may want to skip the video above. (more…)...