I visited a few blogs last night and saw many bloggers putting up very nice photos on their blogs. The great thing is those photos were taken by themselves – no plagiarism and no copyright issue there. They were nice and some of them were so beautiful that I feel envy (see the meaning HERE) of them. Some took photos for fun while others are serious photographers and equipped with cool DSLR camera. Of course photography has become such a popular hobby in the digital era as it is no longer expensive nor is it difficult to handle cameras anymore. If you have lots of money, go get yourself a Nikon D4 and immediately you will turn into a pro Otherwise, you can always play around with your small compact camera or camera phone which will do just fine if you know the right tricks. (more…)
The Sony World Photography Awards is widely recognised as the leading global photographic awards programme in existence today. It is an annual competition hosted by the World Photography Organisation and sponsored by Digital Product giant, Sony. Through this competition, the World Photography Organisation (WPO) hopes they can discover talent across many diverse fields of photography. WPO support for the photographers is beyond just giving them award. Their work will appear across the WPO website and in international exhibitions, offering unparalleled exposure through their annual marketing campaign and international media coverage, and publication inside the annual Sony World Photography Awards book.
Every year Sony World Photography Awards attract many entries from many professional and amateur photographers. This year is no different. The Sony World Photography Awards 2013 attracted more than 122,000 entries from 170 countries. So many outstanding and simply stunning photos were captured and assessed by the judges and the shortlist for this year’s award has just been revealed this week. You can check it out HERE. (more…)