aworkaday365:

DAY 333
“Lifter (coffee beans)” digital

aworkaday365:

DAY 333

“Lifter (coffee beans)” digital

Thank You for Submitting

Thanks to everyone who submitted to the magazine this quarter for our Spring 2012 issue. It’s going to be great because we have some strong work and strong art direction going into this and as always we’re giving it 100%. Send subscription inquiries in an email to piquemagazine@yahoo.com include your name and mailing address, this magazine is free.

aworkaday365:

DAY 107
“Hand#1” Pen, Digital

aworkaday365:

DAY 107

“Hand#1” Pen, Digital

photojojo:

Lookin’ for the recognition your photos deserve? Then you might want to consider this competition by our buddies at Hey, Hot Shot!
Each entry allows you to submit five photos for a shot at over $10K in prizes, gallery representation and a solo exhibition at Jen Bekman gallery in NYC!
It’s definitely a competition for photographers looking to make an investment in their careers (as there is an entry fee), but we felt we should let you all know since the competition has jumpstarted the careers of so many. All entries are also reviewed for participation in 20x200 plus HHS’s blog and social networks.

photojojo:

Lookin’ for the recognition your photos deserve? Then you might want to consider this competition by our buddies at Hey, Hot Shot!

Each entry allows you to submit five photos for a shot at over $10K in prizes, gallery representation and a solo exhibition at Jen Bekman gallery in NYC!

It’s definitely a competition for photographers looking to make an investment in their careers (as there is an entry fee), but we felt we should let you all know since the competition has jumpstarted the careers of so many. All entries are also reviewed for participation in 20x200 plus HHS’s blog and social networks.

photojojo:

The next time you’re deciding what kind of lighting you want and where to angle your flash, this visual guide Udi at DIY Photography made should help.
Lighting Cheat Sheet

photojojo:

The next time you’re deciding what kind of lighting you want and where to angle your flash, this visual guide Udi at DIY Photography made should help.

Lighting Cheat Sheet

pulmonaire:

The outdoor art installations of Chris Engman

artphotocollector:

“I love it most when I manage to surprise myself. I don’t like to tell the viewer what they should see in the images either. I think one of the beautiful things about photography is that every viewer can find their own story in the picture.”  Lina Scheynius 

The Swedish photographer Lina Scheynius is better known for her fashion/commercial work than her personal images, but I think this is an oversight. There is an easy grace, a spiritual freedom in her work that shines consistently through.  I came across her work last month, and have come back to it a few times since, especially this series on “Alba.” 

Because she’s largely self-taught and has developed her craft outside of any formal/academic milieu, her work radiates with authenticity and independence.  I sense that her work is true to herself.  Her attention to light, in particular, is lovely and intimate.  Call me a fan, and one who looks forward to receiving her latest book and to following her future projects.  —Lane Nevares

oliphillips:

Outlived
by Pat Perry

oliphillips:

Outlived

by Pat Perry

aworkaday365:

DAY 100
“100” pen, software
Yay I reached one hundred! only 265 more to go. What better way to celebrate than a completely chaotic 100! 

aworkaday365:

DAY 100

“100” pen, software

Yay I reached one hundred! only 265 more to go. What better way to celebrate than a completely chaotic 100! 

ryanstrandgreenberg:

15th And Ranstead.
All Rights Reserved Ryan Strand Greenberg©

ryanstrandgreenberg:

15th And Ranstead.

All Rights Reserved Ryan Strand Greenberg©