The sunset was amazing again last night. I rushed into the house to grab my camera, turning it on as I was running back out the door; checking all the settings because I am forcing myself to shoot in manual mode.
David bought me the Nikon D3200 for Christmas last year. I chose the Nikon D3200 because it has both manual and auto mode and it also takes video (although I haven't figured out that feature yet). I chose the red one because it was different from all the black cameras. I decided that I wasn't going to have him spend that much money (it was on sale for $499) and not learn all the features of the ca
I have a cool job, a really cool job, but this guy has me beat! This has to be one of the coolest jobs out there, photographing meerkats. You know the cute mongoose, rodent looking things like Timon from the Lion King, yeah those things. Go Behind the scenes and watch a meerkat photography project in Botswana, Africa.
Do you remember the first day you started a new job? Everything was so confusing, you felt like you were never going to understand what this person was trying to tell you. I remember my first day in radio and David Crawford was explaining traffic to me, and clocks and logs and scheduling. My head was spinning. It took me several weeks to figure out what the heck he was talking about.
It feels the
This year's Sasquatch! Music Festival kicked off with a bang! Well ... OK, the weather wasn't exactly cooperative, as it rained on Friday and most of Monday, but that didn't stop thousands upon thousands of concertgoers from enjoying four days (May 24-27) of awesome music at the Gorge Amphitheater, one of the most beautiful venues in the country.
Among the acts on hand were Vampire Weekend, Mackle
If you could travel back in time, would you snap a cell phone photo of the famous people you brushed shoulders with? In her latest series, Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi imagined what the world would be like if a time traveler could venture into the past and capture some of humankind's greatest, most iconic moments ever. But in this scenario, Borsi herself is the aforementioned time traveler.
Russian photographer Murad Osmann traveled all over the world with a plan to document the whole trip on Instagram with his camera phone. Trouble is, he apparently couldn't keep his eyes off his hot girlfriend's backside.