Photographer of the Day: Melinda G


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Photographer: Melinda G Photo: “Red is the ultimate cure for sadness – Bill Blass” In light of the current situation and most of us social distancing and self-isolating, I wanted to find images that would show us all that 1) there is still beauty in the world and 2) we can find something to photograph even […]

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Photographer of the Day: Jörg Nitzschner


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Photographer: Jörg Nitzschnere Photo: “fragil“ In light of the current situation and most of us social distancing and self-isolating, I wanted to find images that would show us all that 1) there is still beauty in the world and 2) we can find something to photograph even when we are unable to travel or attend events. […]

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Photographer of the Day: Steve Stanger


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Photographer: Steve Stanger Photo: “sunset beach (Belmar NJ)” Empty beaches, empty streets, empty towns. Steve’s capture of this beach in Belmar, NJ, encapsulates perfectly what life is like currently. With many states issuing a shelter-in-place order, many popular areas have gone silent, including beaches. The treatment on this image is perfect, giving a somewhat eery and […]

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Photographer of the Day: Scott Stults


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Photographer: Scott Stults Photo: “Fiber Optics & Water Bottle 2” This is another great example in terms of what can be done with everyday home objects. The red fiber optic lights shine the bottle nicely, giving it a mysterious look, and in a dark scene, it works perfectly. Originally shared with the Photofocus Readers Flickr Group. Join […]

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Photographer of the Day: Christian Meermann


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Photographer: Christian Meermann Photo: “Old Door” Whenever I see something old captured like this door, I get inspired. This is the perfect subject for those of us stuck at home due to Coronavirus. Take an everyday object and breathe some life into it! Christian’s capture is inspiring because it captures the age. There are probably several […]

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Photographer of the Day: jeff Clouet


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Photographer: jeff Clouet Photo: “urban chronicles” I absolutely love this photograph, as it showcases both minimalism and color. By having the colors be different shades of teal, you have the human subject stand out — but only her face and arms. It really is quite remarkable! Originally shared with the Photofocus Readers Flickr Group. Join the group and […]

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Photographer of the Day: cinzio Farinelli


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Photographer: cinzio Farinelli Photo: “the coronavirus effects” Here, Cinzio captures an everyday supermarket checkout, but one of the many that has had its everyday operations change due to the Coronavirus. You’ll see the cashier wearing a mask, and the customer doing his best to stay a close distance apart as he pays. The black and white […]

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Photographer of the Day: Melinda G


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Photographer: Melinda G Photo: “Red is the ultimate cure for sadness. -Bill Blass” Anyone else counting down the days until spring? This image by Melinda got me excited about it. I have a personal goal of finding and photographing an eagle this year. Fingers crossed that I succeed! Originally shared with the Photofocus Readers Flickr […]

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Photographer of the Day: Pavel Drexler


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Photographer: Pavel Drexler Photo: “Night meeting” My favorite part of summer is long exposures like this one. Pavel, this is gorgeous. I love all the details. Can you find the bull and the cow in this photo? Originally submitted via the Photofocus website. You can also share your images through the Flickr Photofocus Group. Join the group and […]

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Photographer of the Day: Patrick Burnham


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Photographer: Patrick Burnham Photo: “untitled-116.jpg” I personally think toy photography is under-appreciated in the art world. Toy photography to me is an art form. It is the art of portraying what is inside someone’s imagination and bringing it to life. It is bringing your childhood fantasy to life. Patrick Burnham is doing just that and […]

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Photographer of the Day: Ivan Rigamonti


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Photographer: Ivan Rigamonti Photo: “Hardbrüke” This juxtaposition of transportation in light and silhouette is a perfect photograph. The shadowy bicycles bookend the brilliantly lit path the subject walks. She is transfixed at the moment in the crosshairs of the concrete slabs behind her. You can be the Photofocus Photographer of the Day. Submit yours via the […]

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Photographer of the Day: Jim Sollows


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Photographer: Jim Sollows Photo: “Border Marsh” Every so often, a landscape speaks to me. And I have to listen. This one doesn’t just speak, it sings a song of the serenity of winter and the promise of the renewal of spring with the rains to come. This is a peaceful and inspiring photograph that would […]

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Photographer of the Day: Jimmy Rostlund


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Photographer: Jimmy Rostlund Photo: “R0000390.jpg“ Just a simple shot of decay, worn and torn paint or outer layer of a building but it caught my eye because of all the questions and potential stories that popped into my head when I saw it. First, it reminded me of claw marks, as if a bear tried to […]

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Photographer of the Day: Joe


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Photographer: Joe Photo: “Leaves“ What a great way to fill the frame. These plants are so interesting and fun to photograph and this image is a great example of why. There are so many lines, shapes and textures created by the leaves that make this a wonderful graphic image. I love the contrast and choice of […]

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Photographer of the Day: Jim Sollows


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Photographer: Jim Sollows Photo: “All Aboard!“ I love the atmosphere in this shot. The composition pulls us into the station (no pun intended) and makes us wonder where we’re heading. The warmth of the light is very inviting despite the snow on the ground and I love the emphasis on the sign. Thank you for sharing […]

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Photographer of the Day: Grun Berge


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Photographer: Grun Berge Photo: “IMGP2138-3“ Someone let this guy out, please. You can just feel the dog’s yearning in this shot and I think many of us can relate to this scene, sitting inside on a rainy day wishing we could be outside. A great example of having your camera — any camera — at the […]

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Photographer of the Day: Ken


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Photographer: Ken Photo: “Wading in Milky Water” This image caught my eye as I was scrolling through our Flickr group. At first, I thought it was a person walking along the shore. By taking a closer look you can see that it is a rock formation reflected in the water. Images like this are what photography […]

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Photographer of the Day: Geoffrey Tibbenham


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Photographer: Geoffrey Tibbenham Photo: “Aldeburgh beach” What makes this image so compelling to me is its simplicity; it’s lack of clutter and unnecessary information. We’re free to surmise how this ghost ship arrived on this open beach, and write our own narrative as to its story. I know that given the opportunity, I would have […]

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Photographer of the Day: Davor Smoković


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Photographer: Davor Smoković Photo: “Curak” When a photograph can evoke a story in its viewer, it becomes a successful communication. In this case, the technique of using a long shutter speed to allow moving water to appear as moving, it not only presents a living stream with a decaying bridge, it allows us to see […]

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Photographer of the Day: Ken Lee


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Photographer: Ken Lee Photo: “Air Romania” Part of the mystery in this abstract is created by the extreme wide angle fisheye look at a defunct aircraft, with its non-functional components rendering it inoperable. Part of the mystery is its lighting, as the sky is not daylight yet has some color, because it’s taken at night! […]

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