by Amy - June 01, 2020
This month we introduce you to Kathy Langhofer from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada which she mentioned contrary to what fellow Albertans believe is not the windiest city in Canada.
by Garnett - May 15, 2020
Did you know that you can make a collage in Lightroom? It isn't difficult at all once you know how.
by Amy - May 14, 2020
Since National Scavenger Hunt day falls in May we thought it would be fun to have a group Photography Scavenger Hunt!
by Lee - May 01, 2020
Welcome to May's Community Spotlight. This month we introduce you to Lori Rowland who lives in Smithfield, Virginia, a rural area located in the southeastern portion of the state.
by Kris - April 15, 2020
Do you ever scroll through the community photos and immediately know who took a particular photo because you recognize a familiar character - a Lego figure, a cartoon character, a toy, or a stuffed animal?
by Kris - April 01, 2020
Welcome to the April Community Spotlight. This month we bring you a double exposure! We are grateful that Heidi Marquardt and Becky Johnson are sharing their story of friendship and photography with us this month.
by Garnett - March 15, 2020
Have you ever wondered how Still Life Photographers create such beautiful photos? Check out the March blog for some behind the scenes set ups from the 365 Picture Today Community!
by Lee - March 01, 2020
Welcome to this month’s “Community Spotlight” where you get to know a little more about the talented photographers who are part of our 365 Picture Today Community. This month we introduce you to Kay Lucien who lives in Leesburg, Virginia.
by Garnett - February 14, 2020
Valentine's Day is a great time to think about capturing emotion in your photography.
by Amy - February 01, 2020
Welcome to this month’s “Community Spotlight” where you get to know a little more about the talented photographers who are part of our 365 Picture Today Community. This month we introduce you to Danette Badger from Pillager, Minnesota.
by Kris - January 15, 2020
There is such irony in me writing a post entitled “Seeing 2020.”