photo credit: bill barber Wow, This has been a great first competition for Beyond Phototips. The Flickr Group has grown in leaps and bounds… We… Read More »Competition Closed: Watch out for the entries.
December; the end of the year, holidays and presents. Apparently it’s also the time for photography competitions with great prizes and inspiring projects that test… Read More »Projects & Competitions — Christmas & New Year
Beyond Phototips’ first photography competition was supposed to have had its deadline on the 15th of this month, but I’ve decided to extend the submission… Read More »Beyond Phototips Photo Contest Extended
You’ve watched Casino Royale, or Babylon A.D.? Yes? Then you’ve seen traceurs in action. Photo: amfdesigner They’re the people who run around cities, jumping over… Read More »Lessons In Creativity That You Can Learn From Parkour
Every single person can benefit from being more perceptive/observant in their daily lives; not just photographers. From a quick assessment, it would seem as though photographers have the most to gain from being observant, but the truth is that every profession relies on the people who have an eye for detail. The people who seem to be in tune with everything around them.
Is it that these people care more? Or are they just paying more attention? I say a little of both, but if you care, you probably also want to learn how you can be more attentive, and observant in your daily life. Here are a few ways in which you can build habits into your daily life so that observation becomes an innate skill.Read More »7 Ways To A More Observant Life
Photography is as much the art of observing and appreciating things as it is the art of capturing them on film. No matter which branch of photography you prefer, you will find that the best photographs are a result of a photographer seeing things that most people miss out on.Read More »The Fine Art of Observation