Emma is a freelance writer based in Ontario, Canada. Starting out as a ghostwriter in the industry, Emma has written for various photography publications. She now divides her time between blogging, writing fiction and studying photography.
Sometimes you have to go the extra mile to get the shot that no one else is getting. But just how far is too far? See how these 10 photographers really pushed the limits to capture unbelievable, often nail-biting photos that became viral hits.
Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler teams up with costume and jewelry designer Lory Sun and hair and makeup artist Johnny Gonzales to create these bold, rich, and completely eye-catching portraits. Here’s a look behind the scenes of the shoot.
Pro divers Wendy Timmermans and Guillaume Bihet travel the world taking underwater photos and have spent some of their greatest moments under foreign seas. Here’s how they got one of their most memorable shots in the Cenotes of Yucatan, Mexico.
Adam Schallau is an expert in photographing the Grand Canyon during monsoon season, a dangerous but beautiful period between June and September. Here’s how he captured an incredible lightning-filled stormy sky over the iconic confluence.
Brett Abernethy had intended to capture some beautiful shots of the Northern Lights from Banff National Park, but what he got instead sent him into viral fame. Here’s how Brett got this once-in-a-lifetime shot of a fireball meteorite.
While we all might feel the tendency to stand over our work like a proud mother and explain exactly what we meant by the light streaks of green or how the depth of field shifts the focus, the explanation of a work can only hinder someone else’s journey through it.