Are you a fan of urban decay photography? For those that don't know what that is, it's defined as photography that shows photos of abandoned buildings, malls, and homes. Here in New York, you're able to tour a lot of these settings through many ghost towns. Here's the top ones to check out across the state.
A photographer in Trenton Falls, New York was able to capture some of the most beautiful wildlife in this area, including an adult coyote playing with a stuffed animal - and the pictures are more than breath-taking.
Are you serious about photography? Even if you are just beginning in the art, these seven photography hacks are good to keep in the back of your mind. And for those who are pro photographers, these hacks can help with inspiration on those days when you do not feel creative or motivated to take photos.
We covered two 'Erin' stories in a single day last month, one took home the first ever medal for the women's singles luge back in February and the other is shooting for her own personal medal (quite literally)
In the Central New York area, we have beautiful little towns and villages, especially during the fall season. I recently went around Waterville and the surrounding areas and discovered some beautiful scenery. Today, I would like to share with you a few pictures taken in Waterville, NY as part of my photo series Zach's Weekly Snaps. This week's theme--Waterville, NY (and the surrounding area).
Fall is in the air. Leaves are falling and pumpkins are on the porch. These fall days are beautiful, especially when you get out and take a look at nature. And that's what I did. I visited Root Glen at Hamilton College and took some pictures. Today, I would like to share with you a few of those pictures as part of my photoblog series Zach's Weekly Snaps. This week's theme--Root Glen.
I have always liked looking at macro photography. Looking at objects that have been magnified is interesting. So, that's what I set out to do. I took some pictures of flowers. Today, I would like to share with you a few of those pictures as part of my photoblog series, Zach's Weekly Snaps. This weeks theme--Flowers.