Lars-Ove Törnebohm, a photographer from Katrineholm, Sweden, shoots both landscapes and cityscapes–often incorporating both into a single shot. Using a Nikon D500, Sony A7MKII, Sony RX100MKIII, Sony RX10 MKII, and various other cameras, he captures many Swedish marvels through his lens. Törnebohm has a gift for showing, through photos, what the human eye sees but the camera… Continue reading Making Urban Lights Ap-pier: Törnebohm Blends City with Nature in Photography
Linear Juxtaposition and Architectural Perspective by Daniel Parodi
Photos by Daniel Parodi often have perfectly straight edges, sharp contrasts, crystal-clear focal points, and ornate structures. In short, the images he captures (and posts on DashBurst) weave intricate pictures. Some of his images are in black and white, which only adds to the dramatic effect. Parodi plays with shadows and the different visuals that opposing… Continue reading Linear Juxtaposition and Architectural Perspective by Daniel Parodi
Ethereal Photography and an Interview with Stacy White
`You can tell a Stacy White photo in two ways. The first is its mythical style, which she achieves using filters and color saturations (with varying opacity). The second is Florida. Stacy White lives in Sarasota, Florida, with her husband, two children, two dogs, and her cat. Living in Florida gives her a wide range… Continue reading Ethereal Photography and an Interview with Stacy White
13 Amazing Architecture Photos
Architecture has always had intrigued people, and modern design keeps reaching out farther into the sky. From medieval churches to towering skyscrapers, take a look at these stunning examples of human ingenuity. Up by Daniel Parodi Sempione Square, Milan, Italy by Andrea Papaleo “1873” by LimeBluPhotography St. Mary’s, Port Washington, WI by JamesMeyerMedia Opera Garnier… Continue reading 13 Amazing Architecture Photos
The Polaroid Camera: A Development in Photography
The Polaroid brand, around since 1937, has been called a photography staple. While the company started out with various products using polarized technology – sunglasses, 3-D movies, and dog goggles – Polaroid is now best known for its quick retro photos. In 1948, Edwin Land invented the first Polaroid instant camera. The idea was sparked… Continue reading The Polaroid Camera: A Development in Photography
Dreamlike Landscape and Seascape Photography by Dario Barbani
Have you every woke up from dream that you weren’t sure was real or not? Or felt like Tom Petty or Alice in Wonderland? Well this series of photos by Dario Barbani might bring up a similar nostalgia. Dario goes by Skadario on DashBurst, and is a self-taught photographer and video designer that creates dreamlike… Continue reading Dreamlike Landscape and Seascape Photography by Dario Barbani
Breathtaking Waterfalls From Around the World
“There is a hidden message in every waterfall. It says, if you are flexible, falling will not hurt you!” ~ Mehmet Murat ildan Unless you’re fortunate enough to see a waterfall up close and in person, you simply cannot appreciate this amazingly powerful force of nature. At their essence, waterfalls demonstrate visible proof that gravity… Continue reading Breathtaking Waterfalls From Around the World
How Can I Become a Better Photographer?
Many of us enjoy taking photos on an almost daily basis. The cameras in our phones are pretty good and more advanced cameras are also reasonably affordable. But, we all find ourselves deleting so many pictures. This can be frustrating. We all want to be able to capture special moments with friends and family. But… Continue reading How Can I Become a Better Photographer?