"No matter how beautiful its surroundings (and they are beautiful--I'm not sure this photo or any photo really do it justice), I can't help but feel like Rainier is a brooding, somewhat malignant presence," Coffman writes of the image. "This giant has incredible power." See more work here.
Woolfolk shot this playful portrait of her pet pig using a Nikon D7100 with a 35mm lens at 1/200 sec, f/7.1 and ISO 1250. "My pet pig is always excited about his next bite of food," she writes of the image. "His expression here captures the anticipation he has for every single bite of food he eats."
This picture is a great example of how changing your perspective (in this case getting very very low) can enhance your images. See more work here.
"A small opening in the storm clouds allowed a brief moment of sunlight," Faria writes regarding the conditions in which the image was made. "Tt was amazing to see the red rock light up against the dark brooding sky." See more work here.
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"In all honesty I had no idea the cannons were going to shoot confetti at that moment, but I am glad I had my camera pointed that way," he writes regarding the image. "I call it "More Than Just Music", because when I look at this photo it puts me back in the moment with all those people around me." This photo was a finalist in our Annual Readers Contest, check out more or our favorites here.
The subtly contrasting shades of green are intriguing and a little creepy.
Camera: Canon EOS-70D Lens: Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Di VC USD Aperture: f/3.5 Shutter Speed: 1/100 sec. ISO: 400
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