Really beautiful work by Caroline here, it’s refreshing to see real people and how they are in contrast to the over sexualized and transparent look that is presented in the media these days! Check out her site linked in the title to see some more!
Just an amazing image!
Fun images of day to day subjects made to look interesting. Not as easy as it seems but executed with great success.
I know it seems like I have a problem, but the black and white, the snow, the ice… it all captures my imagination. This is a beautiful image.
Love the implications of these images, the light the lack of focus that makes you wonder what’s going on and why. Thought provoking and beautiful.
I love it when you can capture the light and the emotion of a time and place. Weather if done right really shows this off in my eye and Sigma made some great art out of this storm!
Another self portrait, this time it seems very of the moment in 2020, black and white seals the deal for me on this one!
Love the remoteness of the image and that it’s a self portrait!
Striking images, I love that he seems to be going to the photography hotspots but doing his own thing. You can tell all of these images have his style in them.
Really futuristic wasteland look to these infrared images, reality distorting and fun to look at.
Beautiful work and so far from his normal “work” images, refreshing.
- Work images to contrast - http://baron-baron.com/photography/
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again Black and White is hard for me to resist and this is really well done black and white! You can check out Jay’s Black and White Processing videos for sale here
Last of the Lightroom videos for a while, hope you liked the series, I found them useful and will post more as they come!
It’s nice to see Adobe making a real push for new users in Lightroom, the video seemed like overkill at first but give it 30 seconds and you’ll see Adobe really did a great job here. Better than most companies I’ve seen with contextual help menus!
Love this shot…
Another great 60 second clip on using lightroom, this one’s a bit different though as you get some tips on shooting images in Lightroom directly rather than developing and organizing your photos with Lightroom.
Another great tool built right into Lightroom, really smart of Adobe to do this. There is a heavy overhead learning Adobe products and this is a great attempt at lowering that threshold for new users. The hope is they don’t water down Lightroom so much you loose the power users too. Time will tell.
Continuing the Lightroom in a minute videos here is a quick clip about creating presets and how easy it is to make your own in Lightroom!
Love this new series by Adobe about Lightroom, I’ll be posting a lot of the series! I hope you look forward to these bite sized bits of learning like I do! Interactive edits are a really well done feature to help people get going on Lightroom and learn from others!
Panoramas are some of my favorite photos to take and also some of the hardest to display, but they are striking when done right like this one here. Lloyd’s image really hits all my buttons, the deep greens with the rolling texture and the shadows, I really like it.
It’s black and white time again and this time Ben Cullen Williams has some beautiful images from Antartica, love the tonal range here, it’s striking how good these look and how well he controls the grey scale here.
Erie and surreal images of London without people, the tones and the colors here make this all the better.
Lovely striking images of NYC Canal street. Love the consistency in the colors that come out in all of the images across the board.
Great landscape photographs, a break of fresh air for sure. Nice to also see Photographers giving back even in these tough times.
I’m a sucker for great black and white images, these fill that desire perfectly. Love the tones, the patterns and the full tonal range.
Great uplifting image of the great outdoors. Check out
Love the old is new again take on the plague doctor running around Paris in 2020! Great images.
Love these images from high above deserted cities, these are from Anders Lonnfeldt above Helsinki and are beautiful.
Paul has an amazing portfolio and wonderful images of so many different locations, really great work. On top of that he has a beautiful website and great story telling way about showing off his pictures that really caught my attention.
Amazing Image of the moon at different areas in the sky over a months timeline at the same time per day. Stunning to see it all stacked in one image.