Photography in General

  • GeoTagging – Is it worth it?

    While the ability to insert geographical coordinates data into the photo file is very appealing, there are still many limitations. If your photography budget is tight, it's worth thinking if a GPS receiver for photography is the thing you most need.

  • Minimalism in Photography: What you had to say

    Finally the results from my Minimalism in Photography Project are here for all to read...

  • The Art of Less: Minimalism also in Photography

    Exploring Minimalism in Photography with examples and tips for better minimalist photos.

  • 28 ways to process/improve/hack/play a photo

    Brian finally posted the results of his “Edit My Photo” project. There were 28 submissions and, in my opinion, all of them were great exercises in technical editing. Although with more or less success, this is a fine example how digital processing an image can improve it, albeit creating...

  • Environment: a Photographer’s Contribution

    How to change one mind at a time, solve one problem and still have fun doing it. A photographer's point of view.

  • Photo competitions – Judging the art

    by Snapr (flickr) First of all, I have to tell you that I’m usually not much into photo competitions. Actually I can’t tell you why and I guess I don’t understand it very well myself, since competitions are a great way to break your own barriers and expand yourself...

  • Remus answers to “What photography is/means to you”

    Continuing the series “What photography is/means to you”, this time I have Remus under the spotlight. Remus started his photoblog in 2004 and since that has been publishing some of his best work online in “Pontos de Vistas“. From his words at his site, “Pontos de Vistas” was born...

  • “In compact cameras, I think that the megapixel race is pretty much over”

    On February 2nd, 2006, the New York Times published an article where it foresaw the end of the Megapixel race in compact digital cameras. Camera manufacturers are proving it wrong.

  • Brian Auer answers to “What photography is/means to you”

    Brian Auer answers the question "What photography is/means to you?". The first post of this series.

  • Story behind the image

    What is associated with a photography is not only the image but the moments that lead to it, or the moments that came after it. Sometimes this moments are worth remembering and sharing. Emotional or funny stories that are printed in the network of pixels but rarely to be...