I love dogs so much that looking at great dog pictures is 100% guaranteed to at least put a smile on my face. Ana Kuperberg’s Slobber Space IS my one-stop destination to see great dog pictures (as well as find more inspiration about picture composition and camera angles). I strongly recommend for you to DO check it out if you’re a dog lover just like I am.
One more thing you should check out is Dave Imms. He captures that unique, seemingly simple but thoroughly complicated relationship between a dog and his/her owner. The pictures are simple and straight-forward, but you can feel the deep connection between the dog and the owner. Fascinating.
Now, to cap it off, this is a great OK Go video “White Knuckles” that promotes rescue dog adoption. The sheer joy you will feel from watching this video will hopefully set your gleeful mood for the rest of the day. Enjoy :)
It feels like I’ve been asleep for so long…but in reality, work has been so taxing to my brain that I had to take a break from fafafoom for a while. But today, my mind is clear and I’m starting to feel the 2010 nostalgia slowly but surely. After all, it’s 7 days away from 2011.
So, starting from today, I’ll post the many incredible online sites, pictures, inspirations, fashion, or travel places that I have found myself fascinating over this year. And what better way to start than heading to MSNBC’s “The Year in Pictures – 2010″ ? Gorgeous, sad, funny, but always everlastingly rich pictures that’ll take you through 2010 in one quick zoom. And you can vote for your favorite too!
The picture above is one of my favorite….it’s so beautiful but nostalgic… my perfect mood of this moment.
Happy Holidays everyone,
Just a quick post for today. For photography enthusiasts or professional photographers wannabes, I really recommend you to read this Clint Clemens interview. There are some gems of wisdom here, especially if you really really want to differentiate yourself in this field.
Enjoy your new week,
Stay and look closer. There’s a story to be told. That’s how I feel looking at the works of Chris Crisman. Vivid, bold but humble, crisp, artful, sometimes hilarious, and most important of all, always story-telling. How on earth can a piece of photograph tell so much?
I always love to see pictures that shouts a thousand words, and I hope this kind of art stays for long, long time. Clearly, there’s a thing or two (or more) to admire and learn about his photography. Bravo.
Check out his portfolio and read the stories,
Whether you’re a casual photographer, a semi-pro, or a complete pro photographer, I think this 5 Tips for Taking a Really Great Travel Portrait « WanderLust can benefit photography enthusiasts at every level. Very basic, yet critical and always useful for everyday reminder, these tips are sure to elevate the quality of your pictures when taken seriously.
Thank you Wanderlust for sharing this gem; it’s not easy capturing the essence of taking great photography in such efficiently perfect words. And for those of you who love doing photography, take notes and have fun!