Pitch Your Photos Someplace that’s Catching

As amazing as the Vivian Maier story is-- one women’s body of work almost lost to time but rediscovered- most photographers don’t shoot photos with the intent of never showing them to the world.   While it’s easy to self publish, or put images up on places like Facebook and Instagram, many of us like to push ourselves and actually submit our photos for publication

Pitch Your Photos Someplace that’s Catching2018-05-16T16:00:58+00:00

Three Ways Digital and Film Photography are Different

People of a certain age can no doubt remember the traditional camera’s heyday, when folks dutifully loaded film into such a device, waded through 12 or 24 or 36 exposures, drove the roll to a drugstore or photo kiosk and then waited several days, hoping against hope that their shots from the shore were in focus or that Aunt Thelma kept her eyes open when

Three Ways Digital and Film Photography are Different2018-05-08T02:43:38+00:00

Marko Dimitrijevic: Most Liked on Instagram March 2018

Follow photographer and entrepreneur Marko Dimitrijevic on Instagram for #travelphotos and #globalvibes. Marko Dimitrijevic is the founder of Volta Global, a Miami-based private investment group. A pioneer in emerging markets investing, Marko has traveled the world while conducting due diligence for potential new opportunities. With more than 65,000 Instagram followers, Marko shares a glimpse of the world as he sees it. Here, his most popular post in March.  

Marko Dimitrijevic: Most Liked on Instagram March 20182018-05-08T02:40:10+00:00

Three Ways Digital and Film Photography are Alike

Obviously, film and digital photography have the same purpose: to capture a great image. But beyond that, how are these two technologies, which are vastly different in terms of their physicality, similar? Lighting Counts While both film camera bodies and digital camera bodies can take lenses that boast the ability to “shoot a black cat in a cave” no lens is going to fix the

Three Ways Digital and Film Photography are Alike2018-02-23T23:03:08+00:00

A Guide to Portraiture in Foreign Countries

Portraits make for some of the most beautiful photographs. Rich with human emotion and cultural significance, a good portrait suggests a story, a life, and a future all in one glimpse. For travel photographers, portraits can help to capture the essence of a place and its people. I travel a lot, and as much as I love photographing landscape and animals (I am a nature

A Guide to Portraiture in Foreign Countries2017-06-23T14:12:35+00:00

Capturing Waterfalls: A Photographer’s Guide

From Niagara Falls to Iceland’s Dettifoss, waterfalls are some of the planet’s finest natural wonders. I’ve had the privilege to not only visit some beautiful waterfalls during my travels, but capture them in my photography. Waterfalls form in the upper edges of a river where the water flows over different bands of rock, eroding the soft rock to undercut the hard rock and make a

Capturing Waterfalls: A Photographer’s Guide2017-09-22T22:49:05+00:00

Capturing Clouds: A Photographer’s Perspective

As an investor by trade and nature photographer by hobby, I’m blessed to have been able to travel across the world to witness some of the world’s more beautiful natural phenomena. But not all of the best sights are half a world away. Sometimes, you need only look up for a stunning view. I’m talking, of course, about the natural and always-changing canvas that is

Capturing Clouds: A Photographer’s Perspective2017-09-22T22:50:53+00:00

Photographing Whales: A Nature Photographer’s Perspective

From Jonah’s sabbatical in the belly of the whale to the classic tale of Moby Dick, whales have been the subject of awe and human speculation for eons. But just how many of us have ever actually seen a whale underwater in real life? Certainly not as many as would like to. Spotting whales in the water is a rare and wondrous event, especially in

Photographing Whales: A Nature Photographer’s Perspective2017-06-19T15:51:59+00:00

Smart Tips for Photographing Tigers 

Of all the species of big cats, there are few more striking than the tiger. Tigers are not only distinct, their dark stripes recognizable on orange or white fur, but the largest species of cat and among the most critically endangered. Featured prominently in ancient mythology and folklore, tigers are staples of art and literature both old and modern. From Richard Parker, the tiger stranded

Smart Tips for Photographing Tigers 2017-06-19T15:51:59+00:00

Spotlight: Masters of the Land

Gallery Spotlight: Masters of the Land Scroll to Learn More About the Stories Behind the Images Two Cheetahs: These two cheetahs were basking in the afternoon sun in Tanzania Baby Cheetah: A stroke of luck lead us to discover this very young baby cheetah next to her mother. Tiger Close Up: Love those eyes! Two Majestic Tigers:

Spotlight: Masters of the Land2017-06-19T15:51:59+00:00
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