I had the pleasure to discover Sophieâ€™s photo stream thanks to a tip from our previously featured photographer Lara Zankoul
Alexandra’s unique style is focused on backlit and shallow DOF, her portraiture is emotional with very delicate toning. A style of photography you cannot really describe nor grasp until you’ve actually seen. I’ll leave you with 10 of her selected pictures that describe her work best.
You can also check her website and her deviant art gallery for great inspiration
This week I have the please to feature Romy Ocon as photographer of the week!
For anyone who is familiar with DPReview canon forums Romy is not a stranger, knows as liquidstone Romy is indisputably among the best bird photographer these is.
His passion for wild life and bird in flight photography is contagious and the quality of his pictures speak for themselves.
I should add that Romy is very generous sharing his knowledge and experience with his others a great asset to the world of bird photography. Make sure to visit Romy’s personal gallery at pbase and follow his pursuit in documenting and capturing Philippines wild birds in their natural habitat.
And now enjoy the selection
Our photographer for this week is Jaroslav Zakravsky. What hypnotized me in his photostream is his special magical touch and how he uses light to give his images that fairy feeling that can make you gaze into an image for a long time.
His city and nature pictures will put you into an irresistible dreamy mood , all you have to do is browse his 10 featured pictures that he selected for us then go to his photostream for more
I have been experimenting with some HDR photography and I have a question for all you HDR photographers out there
Do you like surreal HDR ?
Do you prefer more natural ones ?
I left a poll here for you to answer. It would be interesting to see the general trend about HDR . Also please feel free to post links to some of your HDR work in the comment for some extra inspiration for us all
What is boudoir photography?
Boudoir photography is a subset of glamor photography and a type of portraiture that specializes in bringing out the hot and sexy in women and portrays them in truly breath taking sensual, flirtatious look and poses.
If you want to start boudoir just out of pure enthusiasm and interest or as part of your career in photography, Ed Verosky can help you just do that in his book “10 ways to improve your boudoir photography now”.
A lucky reader will win a free copy of the e-book, to enter the draw just leave a comment here with a valid email address.
I will not spoil the fun of reading the book for you, but I’ll only go through the main topics outlined in the 44 pages so you know what to expect when reading.