This week on “Photos of the Week” I have chosen once again to go to some of those “Like” pages on Facebook. These pages have such a great collection of great photographers…
This week on “Photos of the Week” I have chosen once again to go to some of those “Like” pages on Facebook. These pages have such a great collection of great photographers who have posted some of the most beautiful pictures I have ever seen in such a great collection. Last week, I found several great photos that was very famous and the talk of the industry, one with a white tiger that was amazing. So, this week, take a look at what great photos I have found on the following “Like” pages. And perhaps you could go to these pages and “like” them yourselves.
This photo is simply titled Bamboo Forest in Japan. Lovely green forest, with leading lines, makes a great composed photo. No photographer listed, but well done.
This is an amazing formation called “Wave Rock”. I don’t think we could get a feel for the size of this rock without adding the human in the picture. This makes the image more spectacular. Here is the description left with the picture:
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This photo is amazing because it just has great leading lines, one of the things you look for in composition. Good color, amazing clouds, it just makes for a great winning photo.
Anyone who loves elephants, would love how this baby and mother are playing together. These animals are just adorable. Hard to think these get slaughtered as they grow their tusks, but, they are so photogenic. Alongside this photo was this caption:
This photo is just adorable. Anyone who knows this dog, knows that it is a very loveable pet, and can enjoy being with someone this small. A beautiful picture and oh so sweet.
Brooke is one of America’s most influential and exciting portrait photographers of this century. Using ideas in her head, she often takes those ideas and creates self portraits of the thoughts that are running through her head. It must be fun to think of these things and then create them yourself. Think of the time it takes to put into a picture like this. Here is the description she put alongside this photo:
If you have the DSLR camera or equivalent, then you may constantly be thinking about shutter speeds and apertures. Which way should I lean? Should I use this aperture, or should I use this shutte…