You can literally end up writing a book about the food, but it's the pictures that are truly worth a thousand words. It's the best way to capture the experience of making and enjoying the final product.
World's Fairs typically were used by the hosting city as a reason to develop an urban site that was previously unused. Some of these sites were marshes, forests, or simply sprawling fields. A lot of my photographs examine a return to nature as weeds and plants would overgrow the exposition pavilions; in many cases, there was no real concrete proof that this huge event ever took place, except for the magnificent park that was developed as a direct result.
I left Myanmar will a camera full of images from the golden hued temples of Bagan, the tranquil floating villages of Inle Lake and the expansive Irrawaddy River. However, what is etched in my memory is Myanmar's people.
Tuck in that napkin, and leave your appetite behind, because once again it's time to explore the marvels of... Bad Restaurant Food Photography!
Photographing the creations of the world's best chefs is Thomas Schauer's deepest passion. "The food I photograph doesn't have to look perfect, it should look like -- it should be -- exactly what the chef created."
The plan is to kayak along the Erie Canal to Albany and then join the Hudson River and paddle down to New York in just 21 days.
I like abstracting the human figure in images. No faces, no hands, no feet that tend to work against the abstraction of curves and lines.
I ventured the streets of Brooklyn -- searching for photographic, culinary gold. Grab a fork, and leave your appetite at home, because once again its times to explore the marvels of... Bad Restaurant Food Photography!
To step into the world of Swiss photographer Karlheinz Weinberger is to fall down a rabbit hole of such a specific homoerotic fashion obsession that to crawl out would be a missed opportunity.
There I was, brand new entry-level dSLR in hand, ready and willing to learn, expecting to come home with a memory card full of great pictures. All you need to do is use a fast shutter speed, right?
You love making photographs. You love listening to music. Have you ever combined the two? Just like how a powerful soundtrack can set the mood in a film, music can play a part in your photography.
My original text for accompanying these images was filled with the usual litany of concerns about the gun culture in America. It has all been said before, and said better -- and because this is a photo blog, the images should speak for themselves.
A visit to Monet's home in Giverny results in some surprisingly creative travel photographs.