Large deserted towns that have been taken over by nature are not a common sight in our modern, overcrowded world, but it is just that that makes the Ukrainian town of Pripyat such a unique, and desirable, location for photographers to visit.
We are very pleased to announce that Christopher Wesser has been named the overall winner of our Liberate Your Photos competition!
1. A budget prime lens If you have only ever use zooms, a ‘nifty fifty’ 50mm prime lens is a valuable addition to your lens arsenal for not much extra cost. Even a budget model, such as the Canon EF 50 mm f/1.8 II, offers a fixed wide aperture, which lets the light flood in, [...]
Photographers John Weller and Ben Canales of Uncage the Soul Productions embarked on a project to document the rapid melting of the Sandy Ice Caves of Oregon’s Mount Hood.