‘MySpace Tom’ Sold His Company, now just Travels and Photographs

‘MySpace Tom’ Sold His Company, now just Travels and Photographs

Ever wondered what the guy who co-founded MySpace is doing since he sold it for a whopping $580 million back in 2005? He does what anybody would do if they had so much money to burn. He travels. A lot. And as you can see from his stunning photographs, he certainly seems to be enjoying his retirement. He co-founded MySpace before selling the company in 2005 for a whopping $580 million Now he travels the…

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7 Tips for Taking Flawless Drone Photos

7 Tips for Taking Flawless Drone Photos

Finding new and unique perspectives is a great way to create interesting and engaging photographs. Sometimes it’s a different emotional or cultural perspective. In the case of drone photography, however, it’s quite literally a new angle on the world around us. Everyday scenes and locations become fresh and fascinating as we see them as we’ve never seen them before—and, in many cases, as they were never intended to be seen. I started getting into drone…

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You Like Drone Photos? Check Out These Stunning Shots

You Like Drone Photos? Check Out These Stunning Shots

Aerial photography provides a breathtaking perspective on a familiar world, lifting viewers above the trees and buildings so they might reimagine the landscape. The art form dates to 1858, when Gaspard-Félix Tournachon photographed the rooftops and boulevards of Paris from a hot air balloon 1,600 feet above the city. Photographers have in the years since attached cameras to almost anything that flies, from pigeons and kites to airplanes and rockets. Still, aerial photography remained the purview of professionals, a…

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Takashi Komatsubara. Elegance of Nature in Japan

Takashi Komatsubara. Elegance of Nature in Japan

Tokyo-based photographer Takashi Komatsubara unlocks the beauty of Japan’s natural environment with his enchanting photographs. His artistic images seem almost like watercolor paintings, awash with color. Through his lens, Komatsubara transmits the calm elegance of nature in Japan. Taking up photography in 2009, Komatsubara slowly moved from just aiming to document his world to transforming his photography into art. “When I take pictures, I try for photos with emotions,” the photographer says. “I want to…

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These Landscape Photography tips will make you a Better Photographer

These Landscape Photography tips will make you a Better Photographer

Landscape Photography Dos and Don’ts A quick look at some of the things you should do and perhaps not do, when capturing landscape images. WARNING! These tips could make you a better photographer! If you’re just getting into landscape photography, it can be a bit of a different experience from other genres. This great video will help you get oriented and off doing it the right way. This video from Craig Roberts is a great guide…

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Dylan Furst: Photographer, Traveller, Explorer

Dylan Furst: Photographer, Traveller, Explorer

Dylan Furst is a self-described outdoor adventure and lifestyle photographer. Based in Bellingham, Washington USA, my backyard here in the Pacific Northwest has heavily influenced my style as a photographer. Specializing in everything from outdoor adventures to weddings, I have been enjoying every minute of my journey.  ~Dylan Furst Check Dylan Furst’s account on Instagram and his website. Starting with this post we want to introduce you some great accounts on Instagram you maybe don’t know yet….

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Weather Watch Photography Competition Winners

Weather Watch Photography Competition Winners

Incredible photographs capturing nature’s awesome beauty from a furious Russian blizzard to the mysterious Northern Lights International Society of Nature and Wildlife Photographers’ Weather Watch winners have been revealed  The winning entrant captured a breathtaking foggy sunrise against the backdrop of Flecknoe, Warwickshire  Other images include Russian blizzard, misty bluebell wood in English countryside and the Dolomites in Italy ▪▪▪ From mist covered bluebells in the English countryside to clouds over the Dolomites in Italy,…

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Refresh Your Soul with Amazing Hengki Koentjoro’s Minimalist Landscapes

Refresh Your Soul with Amazing Hengki Koentjoro’s Minimalist Landscapes

When Hengki Koentjoro makes pictures, he relishes loneliness. Being solo with only the rustle of the wind and the rolling of the tides isn’t painful; it’s reassuring and life-sustaining. Koentjoro cites the teachings of Zen Buddhism as a primary resource in composing his elegant black and white frames. “They look at this world in a most uncomplicated way,” the artist says. In 13th Century Japan, Zen monks painted in ink, and indeed, faint echoes of…

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Scottish Nature Photography Awards 2016

Scottish Nature Photography Awards 2016

An image of a young osprey has been named the overall winner of the Scottish Nature Photography Awards 2016. Gordon Rae, from Lockerbie, in Dumfries and Galloway, took the photograph at Rothiemurchus, near Aviemore, in the Cairngorms. The photographer gave his picture the title Undercover Osprey because it looked as if the juvenile bird of prey was in stealth mode. Mr Rae said: “My winning image came by chance one morning when the light was…

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Christiaan van Heijst. Amazing Pilot’s Photographs from Above

Christiaan van Heijst. Amazing Pilot’s Photographs from Above

Dutch pilot Christiaan van Heijst‘s photographs capture the views he sees from his cockpit. From the patterns made by the Marho Kotri River Delta in Pakistan, to the amazing colours of the Aurora Borealis over Alaska, his images show a point of view not usually captured. Although van Heijst does not take photographs on every flight, spending up to 100 hours in the air a month means he can find time to work on the…

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