Behance gets millions of views each month. It’s hard to get noticed, but the projects that do get exposure are a bundle of inspiration. We picked some of the most appreciated photography projects on Behance for inspiration and little motivation.
DGT is a portrait photographer in Singapore. While DGT has been refining how he takes portraits for nearly 15 years, he only started taking stock portraits as recently as the start of 2018 after he found that the market’s taste
Practice makes perfect doesn’t apply today. Throw out the notions you have about becoming a better photographer because facts are facts – you don’t need a DSLR to improve your skills. The advice in this article is about being open
Thousands of photographers, millions of files – one infographic to sum up what the top cameras and settings are for stock photography. Photographers are in constant search for the ultimate techniques, the right settings and best camera for stock photography.
Pierpaolo Mittica is a special guest of ours, a photographer that took the photojournalism route and has brought to light topics that are hard to talk about and hard to accept. In his many journeys and adventures, Pierpaolo has acquired
Dina Belenko is one of our notable contributors from the Focused Collection. Her portfolio of works are magical in every sense of the word. From whole stories captured in one image, to shots of lively inanimate objects – Dina invites
Artists that find their medium of expression generally feel liberated, as they’re free to do what they love. This is certainly the case for Jesus Ortiz, who keeps up an Instagram account that is reflective of his creative pursuits. Doodles
When we spend a significant amount of time in one given city, our vision dulls. We grow used to the same landscapes, the same rhythm of life, the same city layout and all of the sudden, it seems like there’s
If you have a pet, over half of the feed in your phone is likely pictures of your irreplaceable companions. Today’s tutorial is going to help you elevate your images, and really portray your pets in a new light. Phil
Deadpan photography goes back all the way to the 1920s. It’s a very distinct style of photography that has somehow made its way into the 21st century, quietly and persistently influencing you in a way you might not even be