Less is more. We always hear that, don’t we? But how exactly does this concept apply in photography?
Oftentimes it means composing an image based around simplicity, where minimal subject matter exists in the frame and everything that doesn’t communicate the intended feel or message of the image is eliminated.
Ready to see if your photos were featured this week? Hit the jump and feast your eyes on some of the amazing selections that were added to our B&H Photo Flickr Group recently. If you haven't joined already, what are you waiting for? Also note that we currently have a contest going on until February 14th where we ask you to show us your best, "Cold" photos. Please remember that the photos need to be submitted to the group with the "B&H-Photo-Cold-Contest" tag and NOT to the discussion board.
Have you ever been on a safari with B&H? Our safaris, run by the B&H Event Space, aren't for the weak of heart—you'll be tasked to search for priceless artifacts, untold treasures, and Pegasus, amongst other things. At least that's how it was on our recent Grand Central Photo Safari Adventure, where many people posted their best images, and some won prizes!
Finding inspiration can be very tough at times. Also, we all inevitably hit a slump once in a while. How do we stay inspired? Here are some tips from many famous professional photographers on how they keep that inspiration going. For even more ideas, you can take a look at how some famous photographers became interested in photography, pre-shooting rituals, and a couple of fun projects.
As previously announced, every week we will be featuring a round up of reader photos from our Flickr group. Did your photos get featured? Hit the jump to take a look and if you want your photos to be featured in future postings, please submit to the group.
Airports, TSA, lines, cancellations, more lines, weather…today’s travel presents more hurdles to leap before we arrive at our destination. In the past couple of years, I’ve had the great fortune of avoiding almost all these hassles, having been invited as the “National Geographic Expert” aboard their “Around the World by Private Jet” Expeditions. (It’s a tough job, someone has to do it.)
Maybe you're a technophobe and want your point-and-shoot camera to take great pictures with the least amount of work. Neither do you understand technical lingo, but you want your camera to capture better photos. Here are some simple tips to improve your images.
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