Ken Hermann proves you don’t have to be a NASA photographer to get awesome pics of astronauts. The advertising photographer tells us how he created this imaginative story of an astronaut crash landing on Earth, and shows us behind the scenes.
While hiking around the mountains of Tenerife in Spain’s Canary Islands one day, landscape photographer Taysa Jorge got lost and had to be rescued by firefighters. But, she got this incredibly unique shot of Mt. Teide in the process!
When Polish photographer Lucasz Waszak visited NYC with his eight-month-old son, he strayed from his routine of walking city streets in search of subjects, and entered a subway station to catch a ride. What he found was a new appreciation for dark, moody scenes.
What do you do when you’re a photographer with a serious fascination with space, but don’t have access to deep sky astrophotography equipment? You create your own cosmos, of course! Navid Baraty explains how he shoots planets and stars – at home.
The fog of the Pacific Northwest is legendary and offers landscape photographers amazing scenery like nowhere else on Earth. Ross Buswell adds a unique spin by capturing North Vancouver’s subtle color variations in light and fog, creating atmospheric and dramatic imagery.
Wildlife photographer Gerda van Schalkwyk explains how she and her husband, Wille, spent an afternoon discreetly following an African leopard in it’s native South African Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park to get these beautifully intimate and candid shots.
While on a photo walk, Stevyn Durham came across this perfect UK-fashion scene and wanted to capture a stylish model to go with it. He tells us how he set about capturing a charmingly candid, high fashion shot on a London street.
Ever wanted to recreate a special moment in a photograph? Fine art and children photographer Iwona Podlasińska walks us through how she captured the perfect moment of her son, then recreated a similar image for one of her workshops.
Does this hotel look familiar to you? Steven Helmis explains how he got this shot of the now abandoned, iconic Belvédère Hotel, the location of a scene in the James Bond film, “Goldfinger” and one of Sean Connery’s favorite destinations.
Chung Hu explains how he precisely mapped out and timed the perfect landscape scene. Knowing when the Milky Way would be at its most vibrant, he chose a unique local landmark and was able to get this awesome panorama of the perfect night sky.
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