Back again this week with another 3 amazing shots from my favorite curation spot, 500px
This week we have 3 stunning photographs yet again, so let's dive in.
Our first entry is from Roland Shainidze. We have a breathtaking vertical landscape of Toronto's city hall. Looking at the clouds it was shot on a tripod using long exposure to get the whispy texture. Although this is a black and white conversion, we see some excellent mid-tones in this image. The leading lines of the windows draw us straight up while the rills of the column on the left are ominous and looming. Very well done. You can see more of Rolands work by clicking on the link here.
Dog photography is a sport. You need special skills beyond the camera and Kaylee has this for sure. Her lighting is on spot (get it?), her posing is incredible, and she employees water in her photography like no one I've seen. On top of this, it's very apparent the love she has for her subjects and the rapport she builds with them. I'd say wrangling kids and dogs are the hardest subjects I have photographed. Dogs respond to toys and treats very well, but they get hyper very quick, so employing these tricks and treats tactfully is very difficult.
Ok, enough gush, she's amazing. What drew this shot to my eye was the use of flash on top of the setting sun to backlight the pooch. It's her latest edition to 500px and a good one. I'm unsure what the dog is looking at but it's a stoic pose, regal, admirable. I love this image, very happy to host it on the blog.
s soon as I saw this image, I just thought of Jurassic World coming up. I laughed so hard as I hit the homepage of wedding images. I shoot weddings from time to time and it's hard to get something that is interesting at times when it comes to group shots. If the bride and groom are into fun shots, you can play and get something like this.
This shot is awesome for a few reasons. The first is the foresight of the photographer to imagine this first, then plan and shoot it. This was not a gag reel image. The people rehearsed this a few times I bet and the photographer did a great job with the toning and post processing. It looks like a some haze or fog was added for atmosphere here and the overall tone was shaped into a brown/sepia tone.
The use of perspective was brilliant here. The outside folks are looking back at a 45 degree toward where the T-rex is. Bride and groom are front and center and I love how the groom is outrunning the bride. She has those shoes, the dress, the bouquet, and she's gonna save it all. The groom is like "I'm outta here!"
Great job on this, this would be the front page of my wedding album.