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  • Another day at Skaters Point

    by Marconti805 | 11th of September, 2014

    Santa Barbara has a skate park right on the beach, it is great fun to watch and take photos of the skaters. This image the board went one way and the rider went another, he landed at the bottom of the bowl. Try try again and so he did.          More
  • Street Art of San Miguel

    by Jeremyrichards | 2nd of July, 2014

    My previous blog was about the urban art that adorns the streets of Valparaiso on the Pacific coast of Chile. The urban art in Valparaiso is random and organic and has grown and evolved over many years. It is also intermingled with graffiti of little... More
  • Urban Art of Valparaiso

    by Jeremyrichards | 24th of May, 2014

    Valparaiso in Chile is colourful, moody, packed with history and overlaid with a raw edge. It is one of those places that is endlessly fascinating that can be visited time and time again, without ever feeling you have seen it all. The roots of this coastal city... More
  • Moses Mabhida Stadium and Nelson Mandela

    by Kierran1 | 10th of April, 2014

    I am one of the official photographers for the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, South Africa. These two images are some what special in a way, I was commissioned to shoot the memorial service of Nelson Mandela, who died earlier this year. The Durban leg of the memorial... More
  • Durban South Africa

    by Kierran1 | 4th of April, 2014

    Durban, what can I say its my home city, it’s where I grew up and it will be home to thousands of South African’s over the next few weeks as it is one of the most visited holiday destinations. I love my city, i mean how can you not love Durban. The city itself has... More
  • Photoshelter 2013 trends de ja voux

    by Alistaircotton | 20th of October, 2013

    Photoshelter has released its 2013 What Buyers Want from Photographers survey. It's an interesting read - so if you have 10mins or so - it's well worth the time. It prompted me to remember a blog post I wrote about a few years back that was also published on DT entitled... More
  • Sharpening the creative saw – Vega’s Wedding Photo Course

    by Alistaircotton | 17th of October, 2012

    Over the past few weeks I’ve been attending Vega School of Brand Leadership’s Wedding Photography course in Durban, South Africa. It’s likely that wedding photography is the most demanding of all photographic assignments. So it stands to reason that if one can learn... More
  • Blogger goes ape over agency “extortion” letter

    by Alistaircotton | 12th of October, 2012

    Copywriting expert and blogger, Ryan Healy has posted about what he feels are extortionary tactics used by a traditional stock agency to claim damages from images used on websites unlawfully. As a copywriting professional, Healy paints a compelling picture of how he used... More
  • Climbing to the top

    by Cbomers | 27th of February, 2011

    During my stay in Madrid, one of the most spectacular buildings I have seen, has been definitely the Reina Sofia, museum of contemporary art. If you are interested in contemporary urban architecture, you really must visit this beautiful museum in Madrid.... More
  • Urban Series Photos

    by Kimren | 10th of November, 2010

    This year I visited Shanghai in China. This is a beautiful city. I shot some beautiful views of the city on the Huangpu River. I hope you will like them. In addition, I also visited another city ,Hefei ,in China More
  • Strange things happen around tripods.

    by Gwoeii | 16th of June, 2010

    I have read many articles & posting on the internet, the latest being another article in DT ~ "Risky shot...", on being forbidden to use tripods in certain areas. I have always thought, how can that be? How can anyone disallow the setting up of tripod for a photo shoot, If... More
  • Buildings

    by Sepavo | 6th of May, 2010

    The architectural subjects New York City has to offer span the ages in urban design. Modern structures mingle with historic ones creating a vast cityscape of new and old. Each place tells a story, and no building's fate is ever certain. New buildings replace old, and... More
  • Abandoned!

    by Andreygorlov | 12th of September, 2009

    I have been in abandoned building, bomb-shelters, churches, and other places hundred times but still wanna go and search for more. Now i think its time to say that there's the new way - abandoned photography! You know...When you discover this huge, forgotten world you... More
  • Wild Birds of Bend

    by Toynutz | 24th of January, 2009

    Bend, Oregon, is a growing city in a region otherwise sparcely populated. Within the city, there are lots of parks and hiking trails where nature abounds. Outside the city limits is a vast expanse of public lands - national forest, designated wilderness area, and BLM land... More

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