Photographer David Guttenfelder captures beauty of America’s national parks after 20 years abroad – CBS News

Posted by:

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/david-guttenfelder-us-national-parks-national-parks-service-100th-anniversary/ More than a thousand people gathered on the National Mall in Washington Thursday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. Last year alone, more than 300 million people streamed through the gates of our national parks to take in the pristine beauty of our country.

But for one photographer, the national parks hold special meaning, reports CBS News correspondent Anthony Mason.

David Guttenfelder became a star on Instagram, thanks to photos of ...

Continue Reading →
0

The iPhone Photography Awards – WSJ.com

Posted by:

http://graphics.wsj.com/glider/ippawards-9f20259d-88ab-4fd9-bd19-b74222894c64The ninth annual iPhone Photography Awards were the biggest yet, with thousands of submissions from 139 countries.

(Entrants must use an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch; they can use apps but not desktop software for retouching.

The contest isn’t affiliated with Apple.) Smartphones have made it easy for anyone to take striking pictures, but in the best images, says founder Kenan Aktulun, “a great story is captured in a single frame.” Patryk Kuleta, Warsaw.

Continue Reading →

0

Australian Startup Snappr Could be the Uber of Photography | Digital Trends

Posted by:

http://www.digitaltrends.com/photography/snappr-photography-booking-service/Snappr wants to make photo shoots “quick and snappy.” It is an online service where people can book a photographer for as little as $59 Australian (about $45 in American money) for a half-hour shoot that includes five digital images. Rates go up to about $340 U.S. for a seven-hour shoot with 30 images. And it is the same price no matter what photographer you end up with.

Snappr is still very small, servicing just ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 3 of 3 123