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.
The Incredible Story of 50… No, Wait, 76 Ducklings: Images by Brent Cizek
Here’s how Minnesota photographer Brent Cizek captured the adorable photo of a Common Merganser mother with dozens of cute baby ducklings. The story not only includes how he got the shot, but updates on the growing family!
The Creative Visions of the First Ever LensCulture Art Photography Awards
For the first year ever, LensCulture brings us the Art Photography Awards, where photographers get to submit original work using various approaches and techniques to express their view on the art process. Here are the winning photos of 2018!
Fast-Acting Gear for Fast-Action Sports: Inside Matthew James’ Camera Bag
Sports photographer Matthew James has shot for leading brands like Adidas, Nike and Cycling Plus Magazine. Today, he lets us take a look inside his camera bag and explains what equipment he relies on for high-action photoshoots.
2018 Underwater Photo Contest Winners Dive Into Another World
The winners of Scuba Diving Magazine’s 2018 Underwater Photo Contest have been announced and the photos are awesome! Here are the winning photos across four categories: macro, wide-angle, compact, and conceptual, plus the Grand Prize.
How Ole Henrik Skjelstad Stitched Together This Spectacular Norwegian Landscape
Ole Henrik Skjelstad proves that patience is key when you want to capture that spectacular moment. The landscape photographer walks us through how he shot, then stitched together, this scene of a mountain waterfall at sunset.
Nick Steinberg’s Unbelievable Fog Photography Rides Viral Wave
After Nick Steinberg’s Fog Waves made the front page of Bored Panda, the photos instantly went viral. We talk to Nick about the unexpected response, the continued interest in the Fog Waves, and how he creates his own luck through persistence.
John Wilhelm Shares His Favorite Gear for Creating Hilarious Family Portraits
Self-proclaimed photoholic John Wilhelm creates imaginative and whimsical portraits of his wife and children with a little help from Photoshop and his Wacom tablet. Here, John gives us a peek at the gear he uses to create his eye-popping compositions.
Download Photoshop for Free? Find out how with our complete guide.
Your memory cards are full, but your pockets are empty. We’ve all been there. For a photographer in today’s market, access to quality post-processing tools is not a wish list item; it is a must-have. So, it makes sense that you’d ask, “Where can I get Photoshop for free?”
How Wendy Timmermans Took This Hypnotising Underwater Shot
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.
The Art of Making Realistic Composites: An Interview with Mario Olvera Molinar
Mario Olvera Molinar is a true master of the composite. We talk to Mario about his background in 3D animation, how he learned Photoshop, his approach to compositing, and how he gets himself out of ruts when he feels stuck.
MonoVisions Photo Awards 2018 Winners Color the World in Black and White
The MonoVisions Photography Awards has once again invited international photographers to portray their visual language through the medium of black and white photography. Here are the beautiful winning monochrome photos of the 2018 awards.