So What’s Your Selfie Worth?

It is the selfie that was heard (seen) around the world and its value has been placed as high as $1 billion. Whether you watched the 2014 Academy Awards or not, if you’re on any social media platform, surf the news feeds, or watch local television, chances are very high that you’ve seen the now-famous […]

5 Outdoor Maternity Photo Shoot Ideas

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Planning an outdoor maternity photo shoot can be fun and challenging. So here are some amazing ideas that any photographer needs to know to organize an outdoor shoot for moms to be. Pregnancy is considered to be the most beautiful time of womanhood. A woman should feel proud of her body and make peace with […]

5 Awesome Baby Photography Ideas

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Kai is an adorable newborn baby and her mother wants to frame her precious moments. But she is worried. After all, babies are unpredictable. They can laugh at an instant and cry the other second. That’s why photographing a baby, capturing their moods can be difficult. And if you are like Kai’s mother, hoping to […]

Castelluccio di Norcia on National Geographic photo-sharing platform | Exploring Our Changing World Through Photography

Earlier this month, National Geographic launched their photo-sharing platform, Your Shot (NGYourShot.com), which allows photography fans to connect with photographers and editors around virtual assignments and get direct feedback on their work.  Mauro Maione with the photo “Castelluccio di Norcia” have chances to have the shot published in National Geographic magazine, or winning “editor’s choice” and receive a personal […]

Filters! The New iPhone App From Formatt-Hitech

  Filters! is an Upgraded Camera for iOS Nearly all other photo apps today are not cameras but merely post-capture image processors, meaning you’re limited to using the iPhone camera app to make your photograph, and altering it later to varying degrees. Essentially most photo apps are not cameras. Filters! is a truly upgraded camera […]

Fall Leaves: “Ideal Conditions” Seen for Foliage in U.S.

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Fall Leaves: "Ideal Conditions" Seen for Foliage in U.S.. Brian Handwerk for National Geographic News Published October 3, 2012 There may be one upside to the United States’ dry summer—a brilliant fall leaves season, especially in the Northeast. Enjoying the Autumn colors from the balmy, tropical in Miami… love seeing the photography of the Fall […]

ArtSmart Roundtable—The Art of European Travel Photography

It’s time to get ArtSmart once again my friends with this month’s installment of ArtSmart Roundtable—the art of photography. Each month, our roundtable of travel bloggers and art aficionados collaborate to bring to you our discoveries in art that we’ve encountered while traveling the world. On the first Monday of each month, we publish our […]

Fashion Photography by Aydan Kerimli

See on Scoop.it – internetbillboards Aydan Kerimli’s adventure with photography began at the age of 24 and in a short time from a hobby developed into a true passion and a way of living. She is a self-taught photographer, from the very beginning fascinated with people, portraits and fashion photography. Now lives and works in […]

Katharine McPhee by Justin Hollar

Do you remember Katharine McPhee from American Idol. This bombshell brunette was a sensation and now you can see her stunning photgraphs by Justin Hollar here. See on www.pphotography.net

Celebrity Photography by Andrew Maccoll

Andrew Maccoll has worked throughout Australia & internationally gaining industry recognition and awards such as Pulp Magazine fashion photographer of the year, Hasselblad Masters finalist, Qantas SOYA award, the Moran Prize, and Olive Cotton awards respectively. In 2010 he was announced as one of Australia’s top 10 photographers in both Advertising and Fashion by Capture […]

Fashion Photography by Terry O’Neill

See on Scoop.it – Photography Blog Terry O’Neill is an English photographer, who achieved his greatest success documenting the fashion style, and celebrities of the 1960s. See on crephoto.net

Is phoneography the future of photography? | Webdesigner Depot

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See on Scoop.it – internetbillboards We are at a time where it kind of feels like there’s a new update in technology every week. It might remind you of that Best Buy commercial where the customers purchase something brand new one week, and the next week the newer version is released is and is all […]

REVOLVE: the versatile, portable and affordable camera dolly

See on Scoop.it – internetbillboards The Revolve camera dolly is a platform for capturing smooth and dynamic video footage. This system can create a wide variety of tracking shots and rotational dolly shots as well as dynamic time lapse and stop motion photography. It is compatible with virtually any camera, and is suitable for use […]

Limited edition Leica camera by Santoni/IWC

In 2011 IWC organized an event for thier Portofino Collection. All leather straps for this collection are made by Santoni. The latest partnership of Santoni after AMG. At this event, Leica launched a special edition camera. A limited edition of the X1 camera for the IWC watch company with special IWC “Santoni” leather and matching […]

Amazing Photos by Michael Poliza

Via Scoop.it – Social Media Curated Let us show amazing photos created by German photographer Michael Poliza. Michael Poliza is a photographer based in Cape Town and a pioneer in the use of digital photography for illustrated books. Looking at one of Michael Poliza’s photographs, you would never say that he has only been a […]

2012 World Press Photo Contest Winners

Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards By the numbers: 5, 247 Photographers, 124 Nationalities, 101, 254 pictures. Three hundred and fifty images by 57 photographers of 24 nationalities were awarded prizes in nine categories. To view the entire collection of winning images from the 55th World Press Photo Contest: 2012 World Press Photo. — Paula Nelson (16 […]