Sunrises, rising tides, seabirds, beachscapes, kites, lighthouses; you name it, the photographers in this workshop found it. It looks like it was another fantastic week… READ MORE >
Last week the Lytro Camera was announced. This camera introduces a revolutionary sensor technology that gives photographers the ability capture the “light field” in a… READ MORE >
This image was taken by Melanie Wright.
We love when alumni come back to visit. A couple of weeks ago, Alison Behr dropped in, a graduate of Summer Intensive 2004 . She… READ MORE >
This image was taken by Melanie Wright through a car window at 70 mph. Not bad, not bad at all.
These images were taken by Marcy James.
For the macrophile in search of fascinating subjects, colorful backgrounds, and technically challenging photography, look no further than the nearest stand of pollinating flowers. There… READ MORE >
After posting the 60 second assignment I decided to playing around with ghosting. Its was pretty challenging. I like this one the best and still… READ MORE >
On our Facebook page we asked people to share the photography blogs they followed. We liked the answers so much we decided to share 10 of them on the blog. On this Monday afternoon I present to you a little eye candy and inspiration. Enjoy!
This photograph was taken by Melanie Wright using the Lens Baby Composer.
What can happen in a minute? That’s what I want photographers to explore in this month’s assignment. The only requirement is that the exposure have… READ MORE >
I have to admit, I’m quite partial to this assignment gallery. This being my very first year as a mom, I was really excited to… READ MORE >
In the argument for “photography as art” it’s been declared that photographs aren’t meant to duplicate a scene but rather are the means for photographers… READ MORE >
This photograph was taken by Marcy James.
I had the bittersweet job of editing the student slide show from the Bella Italia 2011 workshop to post on the blog. Bittersweet because on… READ MORE >