A Source of Photography Inspiration

19 Peaceful Pictures of Church Candles

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As magnificent as cathedrals are, the most attractive objects are not necessarily the gold-gilded statues or stained glass windows, but the simple church candles against the wall. Lit together in groups, they seem almost like birthday candles, except bigger and with a holy vibe. And, just like birthday candles, it’s hard to resist taking a picture.

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Light and Ink: Conceptual Photography by Jamila Clarke

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Jamila Clarke is a fine art photographer from Portland, Oregon, whose photos seem fastened between the world of dreams and the concreteness of reality. Even her strangest pictures still have clear, recognizable subjects, while her most ordinary pictures retain a shadow of peculiarity. They are neither entirely abstract nor purely realist, but exist in the vague, slightly surreal area between the two extremes.

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17 Fascinating Beehive and Honeycomb Pictures

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Photographing a single bee perched on a flower takes skill, but not an extraordinary amount of preparation and courage. Photographing a large hive swarming with bees is another story. Although the smoker and hooded suits offer protection, they can’t stop the bees from landing on you or mute their incessant buzzing. Nevertheless, beehive photos are unique and fascinating, and can be worth the extra preparation.

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Hollywood Dreams: Portrait Photography by Star Foreman

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Star Foreman is an editorial and fine art photographer whose chief source of inspiration is her city, Los Angeles, which she calls ‘the loneliest city’. Her varied portraits of models, musicians, actors and actresses show the double-sided nature of the Hollywood, LA dream: its glamor, beauty and seduction as well as its sadness, loneliness and boredom.

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How To Become A Successful Full-Time Photographer In 1 Year: The Ultimate Guide – Part 1

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Just over 1 year ago I was working 50 hours per week in a cafe, dreaming of some day that I’d quit that job and work for myself. I remember the day I made the commitment to stop dreaming about this idea and put it into action. I came home from the cafe and began the long process of trying to translate all my thoughts into a something that could be remotely called a photography business.

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