TRAVELLING: EXPECTATION vs REALITY

I’d like to the awesome guys from BoredPanda for this story… These days most people don’t wear rose-colored glasses, they opt for an Instagram filter instead. Which is why traveling has become so disappointing—where are those idyllic beaches that you saw online? It was better when we could only read about those exotic places and imagine them; now, ruined by Instagram, your expectations will never match up … Continue reading TRAVELLING: EXPECTATION vs REALITY

BLENDING THE PAST WITH THE FUTURE – Nick Sullivan

There are still places today where we can see remnants of the past, and Nick Sullivan’s images of historic photos reunited with their modern locations help us find these places. Sullivan, who is also Esquire’s fashion director, finds historic photos of London, Paris and New York and then finds their actual locations. I’m a big fan of this type of photography. It sort of makes … Continue reading BLENDING THE PAST WITH THE FUTURE – Nick Sullivan

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTOS OF THE YEAR 2015

Every year National Geographic holds a competition where photographers, professional and amateur, can submit their original photos. Entries are submitted in one of three categories. Nature Places People. JUDGING Judging consists of three (3) rounds of evaluation. In round one, each judge in a panel of photographic experts (at least one of whom will be independent of Sponsor) (“Judges”) will select ten (10) entries in … Continue reading NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTOS OF THE YEAR 2015

HOMELESS PEOPLE + CAMERAS = SPEECHLESS

This July, Cafe Art, a UK based initiative that allows the homeless to express themselves through art and photography, gave 100 Fujifilm disposable cameras to the homeless in London. Basic training was provided by the Royal Photographic Society, and then the camera recipients were asked to take photos with the theme “My London.” Eighty of the one-hundred cameras were returned and around 2,500 photos were … Continue reading HOMELESS PEOPLE + CAMERAS = SPEECHLESS

RYDACOM COOL ARTIST – Eric Johansson

According to his own website:  Erik Johansson is a photographer and retoucher from Sweden based in Berlin, Germany. Working both on personal and commissioned projects. He doesn’t capture moments, he captures ideas. To Erik photography is just a way to collect material to realize the ideas in his mind with a problem solving approach. Although one photo can consist of hundreds of different images he always … Continue reading RYDACOM COOL ARTIST – Eric Johansson