Photography Magazine

Editor's Pick

  • Why My Mad Photography Skills Are a Curse

    I consider myself to be a pretty decent amateur photographer. Through trial and error and a lesson with a local pro, I've come a long way over the past four to... Read more

    The 20 August 2013 by   Jmarkowski0
    CULTURE, GARDENING, HOME
  • Ruby-throated Hummingbird

    The community where I live in northern Virginia is designated as a bird sanctuary, and apparently the birds know it. At times, I feel as though I am living in... Read more

    The 18 August 2013 by   Stabone
    ANIMALS & WILDLIFE, ENVIRONMENT, OUTDOORS
  • A Visit to Dunmore East, Ireland Had Us Feeling At Home

    After leaving the Waterford Crystal Factory, Bob and I did some hasty research and selected a small fishing village south of Waterford as a likely destination... Read more

    The 06 August 2013 by   Frame To Frame - Bob & Jean
    DESTINATIONS, TRAVEL
  • Freddie-Sue Bridge Continued [Sky Watch Friday]

    I have to admit that the ‘Freddie-Sue’ Bridge is my favorite structure in Rochester. For those of you who are seeing images of it for the first time, scrolling... Read more

    The 02 August 2013 by   Shattman
    ART & DESIGN, CULTURE
  • Gemma & Martin Got Married! | York Wedding Photography

    Sandburn Hall Wedding Photography Awww I do love a fun and relaxed wedding day. Gemma & Martin had such a fun and happy day along with their adorable... Read more

    The 26 July 2013 by   Tuxandtales
    WEDDING
  • Great Smoky Mountains

    A week ago, I returned from Wears Valley, Tennessee, which is adjacent to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. I was there for a family reunion, and of course,... Read more

    The 23 July 2013 by   Stabone
    OUTDOORS
  • The Italian Blues of Lago Maggiore

    Shadows of blues in the sky upon Lago Maggiore … Shadows of blues on its lands and waters … Rarely some clear object defines the horizon. Read more

    The 18 July 2013 by   Artborghi
    CULTURE
  • The Awesome Patterns of Villa Taranto, Italy

    … can you spy Villa Taranto in the background? Don’t forget to pay a visit to Villa Taranto if you pass by Pallanza, Lago Maggiore, Italy. Read more

    The 16 July 2013 by   Artborghi
    CULTURE, GARDENING
  • Classic Paintings Re-created On A Human Canvas

    If the human body is itself a work of art, then the latest project by duo Chadwick & Spector is art on top of art. “Museum Anatomy“ feature... Read more

    The 15 July 2013 by   Creativevisualart
    ART & DESIGN, CULTURE
  • Teacher Wears Same Outfit In Yearbook Photo Every Year

    In 1973, Texas elementary school gym teacher Dale Irby wore a brown sweater and wide collared shirt to have his portrait taken and thought nothing of it until... Read more

    The 12 July 2013 by   Creativevisualart
    ART & DESIGN, CULTURE