Two staff photographers at B2B publication Site Selection Magazine have become ardent Zoner users and the award winning program is helping the pair take their photography to new heights.
Competition is something basic and human. Sometimes we’re the ones competing; other times, we’re watching others in competitions… such as races. And races draw photographers like flies! The bigger the event, the more and better photographers you’ll find there. So it would be a shame not to cover races in an Editor’s Choice. Here is a selection of quality race photography.
On the heels of having done a piece in this space about the hard-charging smartphone market beginning to take aim at the high-end camera category (which produced some interesting reactions in our comments section), comes news from Sony that the charge continues.
If photography is more for you than just a way to document celebrations, relatives, and vacations, read on. In short if photography is what you live for and you want to present the best, then this text is definitely for you. Take these words to heart, and you’ll never be stuck with a “great… but unusable” picture again.
We can’t stop time. Everything ages, and we can’t do anything about it. Some people and things, meanwhile, are bitten by the tooth of time earlier than others. But aging is about more than wrinkles and rust. The good news for photographers is that aging, like all things, is a photographic opportunity.
Capitals are usually the biggest cities in their countries, both in size and population. And it’s no surprise that they’re full of landmarks and monuments, and abuzz with tourists. And above all—they’re very photogenic. That’s why for today’s Editor’s Choice, we’ve chosen selected, great pictures of some of our world’s great capitals.