As we have been known to do, Chad and I enjoy grabbing textures and photos while in new cities to take back some visual inspiration from new areas. So while in California I decided to grab a few texture shots and stock-ish images which I know can be handy for others.
Photography is a beautiful talent and gift. Through a natural talent and years of practice and experience, you can learn to take stunning photos that can draw the eye, sell a product or even change the world.
It was time we showed a bit of a softer side here at Inspiredology.(Ya, Flowers) While on a vacation to California this past month I had the opportunity to snap some shots of some beauty flowers. Thought I would grab some colors out of the vibrant naturally occurring plants, using this very unnatural digital world…
Many times it takes a unique perspective to find beauty in a place that you may not otherwise have looked. Macro photography shows objects in nature and other aspects of life in a way that brings out a new kind of beauty.
As an admirer of photography I have looked forward to the National Geographic Photo Contest for the past couple years. These photographs are truly inspiring.
Recent developments in digital photography, a field that develops at an amazing rate, have enabled photographers to create images of extraordinarily high resolutions.
We are always trying to cross a lot of different types of inspirations on Inspiredology. We tend to post more on web design, probably because I am a web designer first and for most.
It’s when photography is at its most simplistic with a single focus, is at it’s best in my opinion. I love to find great photography which showcases its subject matter as a (normally female) adult rocking some glasses/sunglasses.
Last week we posted 11 Textures from Chicago, I had the awesome opportunity to head to another great place New York City. This was my second time around, but I was invited by ThinkStock a great new website, that you will be hearing much more about in the upcoming future.
I have had a fascination about panoramic photos since my first HP digital camera back in the day.. it had what was cool and state of the art back then… a on screen stitching tool…. I thought it was the coolest thing ever.