Posts Tagged ‘Photograph’

Comments Off on 15 Inspiring Entries for the Photograph for Nokia in Puerto Rico Competition

Ansel Adams, one of the greatest landscape photographers of the 20th century, once said, “Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.” Happily, thanks to digital and mobile photography, we now have more chances to test ourselves than ever. That’s one reason we’ve recently launched the Photograph for […]

Comments Off on Meet our Photograph in Puerto Rico Finalists – Part 1

A couple of months ago we the launched Photograph for Nokia in Puerto Rico Competition. Now, after much deliberation, we can reveal the first twenty finalists. The challenge was simple: With the help of creative community Talenthouse, we asked you to show us your most breathtaking photos featuring landscapes, natural settings or wildlife taken using […]

Comments Off on Meet our Photograph in Puerto Rico Finalists – Part 2

Earlier this week we showcased the first twenty finalists in our Photograph for Nokia in Puerto Rico Competition. Now, we’re back with the second amazing twenty. All forty of the finalists delivered stunning shots, taken using a wide variety of camera devices. Alas, only five lucky winners will receive the grand prize of an incredible […]

Comments Off on Photo of Tranquil Waters, Svalbard

(Photograph by Cotton Coulson) National Geographic – Even in the middle of the day, you can take compelling photos when the right photographic elements come together. Here, in Svalbard, Norway, the wind sometimes dies down and the fjords become like a mirror reflection of the sky. Normally I like to shoot during the early and […]

Comments Off on Meet the Photograph in Puerto Rico Comp Winners

A couple of months ago we launched our Photograph for Nokia in Puerto Rico competition. Now, after being dazzled by masses of stunning shots, we’re happy to announce the five grand winners. The challenge was simple: Show us your most breathtaking photos featuring landscapes, natural settings or wildlife taken using any type of camera. Hundreds […]

Comments Off on Death by Lightning a Danger in Developing Countries

Scientists and educators are confronting superstitions and poor infrastructure. South Africa’s Cape Town had a severe electrical storm that ripped through the skies at regular interval for more than an hour. (Photograph by Lynda Smith, Your Shot, National Geographic) Developing countries have long lists of problems—illiteracy, disease, hunger, corruption. There’s one more problem that has […]