All things on the many varied processes and mediums of fine art photography.
George Fellner uses light (natural and artificial) with Iceland Spar Calcite to create his works about universal consciousness.
Jeff Alu debates the pros and cons of photographic series: do they help the viewer comprehend the project? Does each picture carry the same merit?
Praising the point-and-shoot, photographer Jeff Alu describes the advantages of being rough on your photographic equipment.
Jeff Alu shows that "to appreciate something that might be overlooked you need to present it from a different perspective than what reality allows."
Jeff Alu suggests an alternative way of approaching photographic composition beyond subject matter as seen in his pictures of fractals.
Alex Hall gives a behind-the-scenes look at his hybrid photography and digital paint combining images from USGS Bee Survey and a visualized music app.
After a devastating fall, Rivero Sanz began creating her own indoor props for her photos, eventually incorporating sculpture and performance.
David Hayes shares early-morning photos he took using his iPhone.
To make this picture in a single shot would have required a sensor the size of large fridge.
David Hayes follows a prompt: "utilize two sides of a square...allow for room to breathe....shoot top down..."