As a company, Facebook has quite a prudish mentality when it comes to art and creative works in general. This is why we have campaigns like “Free The Nipple,” because Instagram doesn’t really seem to appreciate art. What’s worse is Instagram is now targeting images they consider “fake,” which includes composites and works of a surreal nature.
Composition, lighting, and use of colors: these are some of the major fundamentals that actually matter in photography. I’m assuming that many of you already know what’s going to happen when a professional photographer swaps his equipment with an amateur.
The votes are in, and you’ve helped to choose our Fstoppers Photographer of the Year! We’ve also randomly selected one reader who voted to receive a free Fstoppers tutorial of their choice!
“I hope to still have a house after this weekend.” These are the confronting, painfully real words my friend said to me last night as he evacuated his family to Sydney, with fires closing in around his house from every direction. These images show just how bad it is.
As the bells chimed to bring in the new year, we said sayonara to the second decade of this century. And didn’t we see some iconic sports moments during that time? Here are 20 of the best.
Historically speaking, solar eclipses have been surrounded by myths, legends, and superstitions. If you’re one of those individuals who remains superstitious about sunrises and solar eclipses, then you should probably avoid looking at this image for too long.
Want to start the new year with a free tutorial from Fstoppers? All you have to do is help us choose our Photographer of the Year!
The Fstoppers community is brimming with creative vision and talent. Every day, we comb through your work, looking for images to feature as the Photo of the Day or simply to admire your creativity and technical prowess. In 2019, we’re featuring a new photographer every month, whose portfolio represents both stellar photographic achievement and a high level of involvement within the Fstoppers community.
Perfectionism is a trending topic in modern society, but can we not do without?
Call it a personal project or way of finding the calm again in photographs, lately I’ve been shooting a portrait style “sad flower” collection and I love it. Check out the how and why and if it tickles your fancy you can give it a try too.
A photographer has released a captivating collection of images combining elements of both landscape and fashion, as she photographs models wearing extravagant dresses atop the deepest lake in the world, located in southern Siberia, Russia, which remains frozen for most of the year.
How many of you folks out there have actually seen an owl in the wild? If you’ve ever wondered what photographing them must be like, this video will take you through an evening in pursuit of owls in the Tetons.