Have you seen 500px Awesome cards yet? Today as a token of our love we are giving 14 of them away. Each card can be scratched to redeem one year of Awesome membership. All you have to do is Upload a photo today with a tag "500pxlovesme". We will feature as many photos as possible on our blog and social media, love related photos are most welcome :)
Looking forward to your entries! Winners will be picked at random and announced Tuesday February 19th on blog and social media. This gives you three extra days to take & upload photos. Don’t be shy and share your photos with us on FB, Twitter, G+ & Instagram. Our 500px social pages are:
We will always love you,
Listen to Yvonne Ding, both a flight attendant and a street photographer as she shares a story of an acquaintance that broke and humbled her heart. This video was recorded for the 11/11/11 project, a worldwide event where people from all over the world were asked to go out and capture a part of their day using film, photography, music, sound and text. Since then all submissions were compiled into a film, which can be viewed at a local screening world-wide every November 11th.
Last time we featured “A Travelling iPhonographer”, a short documentary featuring well-known iPhonographer Kevin Russ. For more videos browse the blog and let us know if you’d like to be featured. Send in links to your videos to email@example.com. We’re always open to fresh and exiting content and ideas.
Meet Bill Hornstein, an art director from Los Angeles, USA and hobbyist photographer whose work ranges from portrait to landscape photography. Looking at his work the immediate reaction is that you either went mad or that Bill travelled to an alternate reality for some cool snapshots.
Later it may dawn on you that these photos are actually from Burning Man, a world famous event that happens annually in Black Rock Desert, northern Nevada that brings people together for a week to live in community where money has no value. Captivated by Bill Hornstein’s photos of the event we'd like to share the Burning Man awesomeness with you, enjoy!
To get to know Bill Hornstein’s work better visit his 500px page, there you can follow his future photo uploads and add Bill to friends.
Our blog is a place to promote 500px photographers and their brilliant photos. Every week we publish a brief photographer profile introducing you to a photographer from 500px community and his/her body of work. This could be you, email us firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know about yourself and your work.
Want to get featured on our blog? Every Monday a theme is announced and you have until Sunday to submit your entry. Upload photos to your 500px profile and leave a comment to this post with the photo links. You may already have a photo that suits or you can see it as a weekly photo challenge. This week's theme was: Empty Places. For announced new theme and deadline continue reading.
Theme is open to your interpretation and creativity, so get snapping and post links to photo entries in the comments below. Deadline is February 17th at 12pm (EST).
Every week there's a random draw giveaway, giving a chance to everyone who enters to win 2 months of Awesome membership. This week’s winner is Peter Kempf.
Big thanks to everyone who participated!
Last time we shared a light painting tutorial it was “How to paint a ball of light” by Richard Steinberger. In that tutorial Richard shares his light painting technique using a daylight-balanced LEDs on a 5-foot pole, specific to painting an orb of light.
The technique we’ll be sharing today by Steven Biseker is more extreme and dangerous as it requires handling fire; at the same time it is the most popular method of light painting out there especially when it comes to creating orbs of light. In this tutorial Steven will share with you his tips & tricks, explaining how he got three different light painting photos using the same method.
Do you have photos taken using this technique? Upload them to 500px and share links in the comments below, we'd love to see your results :)
Let’s share your skills and educate those new to photography. If you have a tutorial you’d like to share, be it in shooting, post production or tips for getting your work out there please get in touch, email email@example.com.
Thanks for reading!