Urban & Rural Photography WeeklyUrban & Rural Photography Weekly | Week 43 | Edition 2, 2011Urban & Rural Photography Weekly2 years ago in Photography More Like This
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Urban & Rural Photography Weekly
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Urban and Rural Weekly Feature #19Week NineteenUrban and Rural Weekly Feature #192 years ago in Photography More Like This
This is the 19th of a regular weekly feature from the Urban and Rural photography gallery.
Each week, I'll bring you a different themed selection of amazing and spectacular pieces.
This week's theme is...
Urban exploration involve places that are usually out of reach; places that are no longer in operation, wasted, ruined or abandoned.
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Best of April 2013Welcome to the Best of April 2013 Feature from the Infrared-Club (Extra-Visible Imaging) :iconinfrared-club: We have had another very good month for infrared photograph submissions, and a good month for submissions to our Exposure Techniques folder. In addition, there have been several new members join us. Before presenting the Best of April images, I would like to draw attention to work by yumewosagashite :iconyumewosagashite: (aka Cong) who has produced a remarkable interactive image showing how our view of the world changes with different wavelengths of light. This is a must-see, SO CLICK ON THE THUMB now!!!!Best of April 20133 weeks ago in Photography More Like This
Further, I must mention work by Col, colinbm1 :iconcolinbm1: who, with his Sigma camera, various filters, sensors, and his perseverance has been studying UV as well as infrared imaging. Here is a trio of his images.
Best Infrared Image for April 2013 VOTE HERE NOW ==
Back to Basics Photography - CompositionLately I've seen quite a few photos that have potential, but need some work. Composition is one of the most important parts to taking any photo (and making any piece of art really) and so I thought I'd share a few basic rules and tips. The word composition simply means 'putting together' and so, with any piece of art, it's how the piece is put together. With a bit of practice while keeping these tips in mind, you can create a more impacting, pleasing to the eye piece of work that will draw the viewer in and keep them interesting.Back to Basics Photography - Composition4 months ago in Photography More Like This
You could crop your images afterwards when you get them onto the computer, but it'd be lovely to have a great image right off the boot, right? By keeping in mind the things below, you'll be well on your way to taking better photos. And don't forget, it's always better to know the rules before you start break them A few tips before we start;
Look around using the viewfinder every time you take a picture.
Look at each element and how it impacts the overall co
Photography Weekly Edition FourteenPhotography Weekly Header created by ~TouchedDPhotography Weekly Edition Fourteen1 year ago in Photography More Like This
"Take Only Photographs, Leave Only Footprints." - Urban Explorers Creed
Sometimes it's easy to forget the things around us that were once iconic and useful. In everyday life that could include a multitude of household objects, bits and bobs, clothes, gadgets - all sorts. But in Photography - a specific aspect of Photography - people close doors and board up buildings sometimes with little or no notice. They erect a fence around that old asylum and ship everything out or they install security guards at the boundaries of an army camp. Those places get forgotten and one day there will be nobody left that will remember them. That's where Urban Exploration comes in.
I'm not telling you to go out and scale the wall of your nearest derelict hospital in the name of photography. It takes a certain kind of person (and agility!) to do that anyway, but there are many depths to U