Although he spent only a third of his time on Earth working as a photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson achieved a great deal in that time. He led a very interesting life that began with his birth in 1908. As part of an upper-middle class family, Cartier-Bresson spent time in both Paris and in Normandy during his childhood years.Read More
Dan Desroches is a passionate photographer from Montreal Canada. Fascinated about unique landscapes and breathtaking seascapes in particular, his stunning imagery of beaches, islands and resorts combines both creativity and emotions. Despite being a self-taught photographer, trough this interview, Dan shares both aesthetic aspects of his artwork and practical advice on how to create a compendium of excellent images, like the ones he shares below.Read More
Christopher O’Donnell is a landscape photographer who has lived and worked near the coastlines of Maine for the past few years since leaving college. While he does shoot subject matter beyond what he has built his reputation on, his primary focus, his gift, is—and will remain—the ever-changing and breathtaking landscapes in and around Maine. One thing that his fans have noticed-and he touches on it briefly in the interview we had below—is that even when he shoots in the same location, no two images are ever the same. More so than that, each image he captures has its own life, its own personality, and its own powerful dynamic.Read More
The 2010 National Geographic Photo Contest attracts thousands of creative and imaginative photographers from around the world to submit their photos in three categories: People, Places, and Nature.
Altrough the submissions ended, the grand prize winner will receive $10,000 and have their photo published in National Geographic magazine.Read More