Award-winning photographer Rick Sammon loves his day job. A tireless, prolific and inspirational image-maker, Rick, called by some “The Godfather of Photography,” is one of the most active photographers on the planet – dividing his time between creating images, leading photo workshops, and making personal appearances. Rick’s enthusiasm for digital imaging is contagious. He is a man on a mission – a mission to make digital photography fun, creative, exciting and rewarding for others.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex talks about why he enjoys intersections for creating street photographs. He explains how the convergence of pedestrian traffic from different directions offers a range of photographic opportunities.Read More
In this week’s video, Ibarionex discusses the considerations that a photographer makes when shooting into the sun. He explains the different kinds of images that can be produced when a scene is severely backlit and what camera controls are necessary for achieving the best results.Read More
In this video, Ibarionex discusses the importance of framing your compositions with awareness of what’s happening along the edges of the frame. Instead of singularly focusing on your subject, he demonstrates how three photographers use the elements along the edges of their respective frames to create strong impactful photographs.Read More
We all lives such ordinary lives. We get up each morning, take a shower, brush our teeth, get ready for work or get the kids ready for school. We go through each day in activities that are very similar to the ones that we’ve done the day before and the day before that, making the time seem like some kind of homogenous blur. We don’t think of those moments as being especially interesting or even memorable.Read More
I love the 35mm focal length. While, I enjoy a fast 50mm and have an affection for a sharp 85mm, the 35mm holds a special place in my photographic heart.
It’s likely due to the fact that I cut my teeth as a photographer on a fixed focal length 35mm lens. It was the lens through which I learned to see when I started using my first DSLR.Read More