I’m Pedro Green. Brazilian photographer travelling the world, exchanging work for accommodation and food. I’m in love with life and my main interest is to capture memorable moments, places and people. Portraits, street photography and cloudy landscapes are major turn ons, such as night shooting. Sometimes I do black and white, but mainly colors. I know BW gives it drama, but colors give it life. As every photographer, I do it for the others. So, hope you enjoy my work.
I’m a neuroscientist with a passion for photography. I’m from a little town near Barcelona but I live between NY and Monterrey, Mexico.
I love to shoot the details of nature, the mystic and romantic colors of sunset and the spots of light at night. I already finished one project which is called “The puddle project” in which I wanted to document the architecture and life of NY in a little, inverted and unnoticed world. Another ongoing project is called “Photos to Vincent” which is a tribute to Vincent van Gogh and his extraordinary sensitivity and passion for nature and its colors.
My name is Austin, I’m a photographer and videographer from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. I have been making videos ever since I can remember. I would steal my parents Canon point and shoot camera, and I made videos with it until I finally broke it (whoops). I am 20 years old, and a university student in Winnipeg. I hope to continue with a career in film, but I have always loved photography.
I began to really get into photography on one of the sets of my music videos. From that point on, I have used photography as a tool to help me identify my style. I love taking portraits, and I definitely take a lot of pictures of myself (only to test out new kinds of shots, I swear) but follow me on Instagram and Tumblr, and I promise you won’t regret it.
Hi, I’m Pjoy Espesor, an 18 years old amateur photographer from the Philippines. I fell in love with photography last year’s summer and bought my first DSLR (Nikon D7000) 7 months after. Photography helped me appreciate life all the more by letting me see things that other people can’t or they are just passive about.
Right now, I’m still a student, so I shoot mainly on weekends. I just recently gained respect for Street Photography so I’m kinda exploring on it, also, it made me appreciate black & white photos. My mentor is a wedding photographer and he lets me tag along, so I also post wedding photos on my blog. However, most of my photos are Lifestyle and macro (includes flowers, insects and etc).
I live among rural landscapes, fields and flowers, mushrooms and other fungi, gardens and cats, on Prince Edward Island (PEI) in Canada.
The woods for me is the richest of habitats though I hardly ever get there. I also love photographing skies and beaches, old dilapidated buildings and all the nature around me. I even throw in an occasional cat shot. What’s not to love, eh?
I have blogged this daily photoblog since 2006:
The above shot is straight out of camera other that resizing to 800 and that is the usual case in my shots.
Working on my identity as a photographer. Love how photography can make seconds eternal.
For now, I’m exploring the world with terrible cameras and feeding my creativity. Working mostly with phone cameras made me more aware of all the possibilities to convey that magic aura of the everyday things around me with the minimal gear (meaning I used magnifiers in front of the iphone lens for “macro” and so on, and I love this). However, soon will upgrade to bigger resolutions, smaller pixels and lots of joy.
My name is Gary Brookshaw and I’m a part-time wedding and portrait photographer from Chester, UK. My Tumblr blog is about wildlife photography.
Wildlife photography is how I relax - it’s about the only time I switch off…
I treat all my wildlife photography like I would a professional portrait. I’m looking for great portraits, usually with good eye contact and interesting composition.
Primarily a landscape photographer with a big interest in nature photography, have recently moved to Germany from Wales and started to pursue my long time hobby into a profession. With a background in black and white 35mm film moving on to digital, I now have a broad style of shooting and constantly learning. My page will be updated regularly with new pictures and reworked archive stuff from the past 6 years including commercial
Photographer based in Yorkshire England posts personal & commercial work. Uses mainly Canon & Hasselblad Equipment.
Food, portraits, travel, fine art landscape & more
I’m a young photographer from Macedonia and I cant praice myself with an expensive photography gear, but I think my amateur work so far is good enogh. I’m open to any kind of photography theme, although mostly I like nature: landscapes, macro and animal portraits. Recently I got a Nikon D3100 with 18-55 kit and before mostly I used Nikon L110 and analog cameras such as Zenit 11,12xp and Lomo.
This is my photography blog, enjoy and I hope you like it! :))
Intelity is the contraction of two words: intelligence and identity…
The information containes by the electronic chips such as subscriber identity modules, is sufficient to provide a socio-economic portrait of each modern individual. This cold and small piece of technology has been given the power to totally eclipse its possessors becoming the only criteria for efficiency success and personality. Earnings, spending, health, transports, communications, every gesture leaves a binary print.
© Maximilian Tomozei
I am a 30-year-old amateur photographer from Western North Carolina. I started with film photography at a very young age, and began developing my own film three years ago. I shoot mainly 35mm monochrome and color on two Minolta SLRs that have been in my family for many years, but I have recently added a digital SLR to my collection. A lot of my photos are simply aesthetically pleasing interactions between objects and light, but I also like to take portraits of interesting people and beautiful landscapes. The title of my tumblr is Zur Abvechslung, which in German means “For Change”. I hope that my photos inspire people to think about and possibly even change the way they interact with their world, and especially the people around them.
I shoot a little of a lot but find I am drawn to abstracts, the abandoned, every day objects and people (candid).
I primarily shoot with a Canon 40D but I’m not a gear snob. I’ve seen too many excellent shots taken with whatever is at hand.
I let myself get lazy and stale and am currently working to get back to the basics and let myself enjoy the passion of photography again.
Jannis Rolfs, 17 years old
germany based hobbyist photographer - i love landscape and portrait but also experimental stuff.
Im just back from my norway trip, i would love when you can check them out:-) This is some of my best shot i’ve took in my opionion.
Feel free to contact me, whyever.
Vancouver-based aspiring photographer!
I shoot with a Canon T2i and focus mostly on nature but am slowly becoming more interested in street photography. I have only had my camera for 2 years but I am sopassionate about it and I am learning more every day.
Any comments, critique, questions or advice is very welcome! Please check my blog out here!