Delve into a globe-spanning literary ramble with the world's best travel books. April While photographing the Ruby Mountains from her deck in Spring Creek, Nevada, Jodi Esplin snapped this photo of her dog Tango as he watched wistfully from behind a window.
Now more than ever there are so many opportunities for photographers to have their work seen. Marketing your own work has become a crucial element to success and ensuring your creative work is visible within the online community is one of the best ways to gain attention. Social media photography has opened the door to a world of opportunity and for photographers, the visual realm of the online world is ideal for showcasing your images and you have complete control over what you publish.
Hiking and mountain biking are in trend all around the world. More and more people are heading out into nature to recover from the stress of daily life, switch off and experience something new. The slow pace of existence and ability to move with the simplest means is, both physically and mentally, a marked change from daily routine for more and more people, young and old.
Participating in photography contests is a great way for photographers to get recognition and benchmark their work against peers from around the world. Whether you are a professional photographer, a student, or an amateur hobbyist, photography contests provide the perfect platform to hone your skills and evolve your expression. There is a wide range of photography contests that are sure to inspire photographers around the world, regardless of age or skill level.
Bloggers need photos for their posts, businesses are looking for images for their websites and homeowners are on the hunt for that next statement piece for their living room wall. All those images need to come from somewhere. If you have some languishing on your hard drive, why not set them free online for others to purchase and enjoy?
The contest, which started inaccepts submissions from amateur and professional photographers from all over the world. Without further ado, here they are. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
This collection of 20 famous photographs has been carefully chosen because of their importance in history. Each one of these iconic images has helped shape our history and alter the world which we live in. They are some of the most powerful and influential images ever captured by some of the most famous photographers in history.
Even before the peaceful protests over the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore exploded into destructive riots on Monday, year-old amateur photographer Devin Allen felt a strong need to document what was going on in his native city. So Allen took to the streets with his camera and headed right to the center of the action to capture everything in its rawest form, both good and the bad. To get his photos out to the world as fast as possible, Allen posted his images on his Instagram account.
Mono Culture Crowd 6th place. Town and Country Crowd 9th place. World in Motion Expert CommendedCrowd 4th place.