When we take a picture we do more than just capture a moment; we invite others to see the world through our eyes.
From lines in nature and urban settings to architectural elements and windows, there are frames around us that you can use to compose your photographs.
Visual storyteller Laura Cook can capture a story in one powerful snapshot. Here, she shares tips for taking pictures that are worth a thousand words.
Here, we’ve compiled several common scenarios — and simple fixes — when creating photo posts.
Photographer, world wanderer, and Infinite Satori blogger Stephanie Dandan shares tips and inspirational advice for capturing moments during your travels.
There’s no new post today — instead here’s one of our favorite installments from the Photography 101 series.
We’ve recently noticed a number of sites that compile great images that are free to use for your personal projects — like your blog — or commercial work. Let’s take a peek.
Cambodia-based freelance photographer Dominic Stafford focuses his work on Southeast Asia. Here, he offers tips and examples for photographing the streets — anywhere in the world.
You don’t have to be a pro photographer to include beautiful images with your posts. If you’re always taking blurry photos of your own hand, Creative Commons to the rescue!
A few weeks ago, we kicked off our Photography 201 series on photoblogging and talked about what to consider when choosing a photography theme. Here, we’ve rounded up some blogs and websites using various themes, both free and premium. We know these examples will inspire you to create your own.
We recently shared photo editing and typography apps and alternatives to Instagram. Here are a few more photo apps on our…
In our Photography 101 series, we covered the fundamentals of photography and learned how to use your camera and take…