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.
This year’s winners of the Audubon Birdlife Photography Awards have just been announced and the photos are breathtaking. Find out who took home the Grand Prize and how one photographer swept an entire category, winning three prizes!
The winners of Nat Geo’s 2018 Travel Photographer of the Year Contest have been announced and they are awesome! Here are the winning photographs and People’s Choice picks in the Nature, Cities, and People categories.
The winners of LensCulture’s 2018 Street Photography Awards have been announced and the photos are just incredible. Here are the six winners who, along with seven juror’s picks and 26 finalists, will be exhibited at Cosmos Book Fair in Arles, France July 2-7.
Being bold is not just about facing and managing physical risks, it embraces our approach to what we do each day. And, as Einstein counselled, an endless repetition of your daily grind does not guarantee success.
These photos cover a variety of historical incidents and required the ideal timing, perfect composition, iconic and stirring moments that could just have easily been missed if a vigilant photographer wasn’t present. They each tell a powerful story that continues to have meaning well into the present.
Artists contend with a constant feeling that they can do and make something better. On the one hand, this seems devastating, as a person never feels satisfied with the results. On the other hand, this can serve as an opportunity for self-improvement.
The great documentary photographer Dorothea Lange (1895-1965) said “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” It can also teach you a thing or two about how to use your mistakes as stepping stones to better photography.
I peeked out the window and saw some beautiful birds flying around. I was fascinated by them. Maybe it’s my own naiveté, but I had never realized how active they were in a snowstorm. Those birds, unaware of course, saved my sanity that day.