Inspirational Photo of the Day: Wascally Wabbits

rabbit photograph


I’ve never managed to capture many images with animals actually keeping still so this photo inspires me to try harder! The image makes me feel so peaceful, it’s definitely one of my favourites.

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Inspirational Photo of the Day: Manhattan Bridge Construction HD

manhattan bridge construction hd

Who could fail but to be inspired by such a photograph, as soon as I saw it I was drawn into the image and spent at least 20 minutes examining the scene, looking at the buildings, the ships, the bridge itself and to find such a large, high quality image of such an iconic event, made my day. Inspiration found.

Thanks to dizorb for the image.

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Photograph Collection: Where’s The Doctor?

scarborough police box photo

Police telephone box in Scarborough, England. Still looking for Doctor Who.

Taken by Qubic.

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Photograph Collection: Ride to Nowhere

bike ride photo london

The London Mayor wants people to use bikes to get around London. Judging by the line of bikes here, not many people are actually going very far!

Taken by QuBic.

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Useful Photography Tips That Anyone Can Use

d60 dslr photo hints

You’ve decided that you desire to start photography or you desire to take better pictures. This is great timing! The tips in this article will get you on your way to taking great pictures.

One of the first things you should learn is how sharpness affects your photographs. Generally, a camera’s standard settings place the sharpest focus on subjects in the middle area of the frame. Sharpness is not as high around the edges of a picture.

Choose only the best photos to showcase or display. Don’t show everyone or all of the exact same subject. Those viewing your photos are sure to quickly bore from seeing the same subject repeatedly. Be fresh, and try different kinds of photography.

Put something in the front of your landscape pictures to make them more appealing. Have something simple, such as a leaf or rock, for an extra view in the photo. This helps emphasize the main focal point, along with directing the viewers’ eyes around the frame.

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