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Exploring the Intricacies of Photography

In the world of photography, there are so many fields that amaze us through their enduring, unique visual representations. Many deal mainly with the aesthetic aspects, and numerous others emphasize conceptual themes. From Islamic to spiritual, abstract to architectural, black and white to color, portraiture to landscape, and documentary to wildlife, each field of photography has its own story to tell, one which goes deep, beyond the frame.

To us, delving into the world of photography is a wonderful venture to the essence of art, with its own visual language. Throughout the world, skilled photographers with their own unique styles have used cameras to capture those stories, for others to experience and enjoy. Through their lenses, amateurs and professional photographers alike explore the life of people, nature, and culture. “Photo of the Day” shares these wonderful stories, from the purist’s perspective, with true passion.

Over time, this award reached to the farthest horizons, and its journey is endless.

It is our zeal for discovering life that spurs us on to create more successful, exciting photographs. For more than a century, photography has defined these specific segments for its own purpose. We think you would enjoy exploring more of these precise aspects of photography, whether trying for the award or to simply experience the beauty and life of the winners’ works of art.

Below you can see 26 categories of photography that we include for the “Photo of Day Award”. Please view these photographs by clicking on them. Then tweet/re-tweets in Twitter, “Like/Share” on Facebook, “Stumbles” in StumbleUpon, “1+” in Google, and let the world know that true the essence photography lies in the eyes of the beholder. Explore the intricacies of photography with passion.

Aerial Photography

Icing Green, by Zahraa Al Hassani
Castle on the Water, by Stephanie Gillis
The Painted Earth, by Shahnaz Parvin
Water over More Water, by Oscar Garcia
Abstract in Puerto Montt, by Cameron Cope
Diya Lights, By Munish Singla
The Third Dimension, by Avishek Das
Fragrant Oils, by Nilla Palmer
River Painting, by Swaroop Singha Roy
Color Blob, by Michael Suppan

Adventure Photography

Ascent, by Nilla Palmer
Cochamó Hiker Silhouette, by Cameron Cope
Climb Your Mountain Every Day, by Ronnie Glover
The Quest for More, by Tina Primozic
Climbing Hoverla, by Enrique Aviles
Looking over the Edge, by Munish Singla
View of Gangotri Glacier, by Dipanjan Mitra
Bogong Horseback Adventure, by Cameron Cope
Sailing on Ice, by Jens Hieke
The Unknown Bend, by Dipanjan Mitra
Magical View Point, by Shikchit Khanal
Spring Storm on Thamserku, by Sujoy Das
Hang in There, by Ronnie Glover
Little Waterloo Bay, by Cameron Cope
The Thrill, by Riasat Rakin

Aerial Photography

Atop the 86th Floor, by Joy Acharyya
Colorado River, by Sergiy Kadulin
The Heaven on Earth, by Mohammad Saiful Islam
New York, by Patricia Saraiva
1000 feet Above, by Oscar Garcia

Architectural Photography

Rooftops, by Rodrigo Luft
The Perspective, by Simran Nanwani
New York City Subway, by Rodrigo Luft
Museum in the Twilight, by Sanjiban Ghosh
Chicago, by Patricia Saraiva
Zayed Mosque, by Zahraa Al Hassani
Hagia Sofia, by Mohammad Saiful Islam
Galleria Umberto, by Sandra Frimpong
Topkapı Palace, by Zahraa Al Hassani
Reborn, by Sanjiban Ghosh
Station Schonhauser Allee, by Jens Hieke
Most Photogenic, by Subhashish Nag Choudhury
The Empire State Building, by Rodrigo Luft
Sacred Hagia Sophia, by Zahraa Al Hassani
The Inside Beauty, by Sanjiban Ghosh

Artistic Photography

It’s Time to Play Football, by Shahnaz Parvin
Misty Morning, by Sanjoy Sengupta
Definition of Perfection, by Soumya Geetha
Sunset Silhouette, by Naude Visser
Ethan, by Keith Goldstein
On the Streets of New York, by Patricia Saraiva
The Natural Frame, by Subhashish Nag Choudhury
Ready to Leave, by Nirupam Roy
Couple from Opposite Dimension, by Arnold Chan
Private Property, by Mickey Strider
A Beautiful Evening, by Shahnaz Parvin
A Beautiful Pier, by Munish Singla
Children in Candle Light, by Daniel Schnyder
Saharan Silhouette, by Nilla Palmer
Peek-a-who? by Tisha Clinkenbeard
Shadows and Light, by Minh Nghia Le
Thinking at the Sunset, by Nirupam Roy
Fishing Reflection, by Tisha Clinkenbeard
Watching the Scenic Beauty, by Nirupam Roy
Six of Us, by Zoe Ladika

Black & White Photography

Pure, by Zoe Ladika
Serendipity, by Minh Nghia Le
Our Shadows Belong to Us, by Mohammad Saiful Islam
On the Court, by Ronnie Glover
Love Hands, by Tisha Clinkenbeard
Splashing, by Zoe Ladika
Moroccan Heads, by Abdellah Azizi
Life and the Sea, by Mohammad Saiful Islam
Three Fishermen, by Saniar Rahman Rahul
Frames within the Frame, by Mohammad Saiful Islam
Across the Alley, by Mohammad Saiful Islam
A Ride Back Home, by Yasef Imroze
A Boat in the Wetland, by Saniar Rahman Rahul
Geothermal Plant, by Mickey Strider
Long Way Home, by Andrea Migliari

Candid Photography

Himalayan Boy, by Ryszard Wierzbicki
Good Morning Sunshine, by Zahraa Al Hassani
Donation, by Ryszard Wierzbicki
Young Nuns, by Ryszard Wierzbicki
Laotan Girl, by Ryszard Wierzbicki
Haunting, by Nilla Palmer
A Young Tribal Girl, by Shahnaz Parvin
Loss! by Mehmet Masum
Bearer, by Ryszard Wierzbicki
Hmong Mother and the Child, by Ryszard Wierzbicki
What to Do Now? by Sanjiban Ghosh
Woman Pilgrim, by Ryszard Wierzbicki
I See You! by Saniar Rahman Rahul
Hide and Seek, by Nilla Palmer
Hmong Girl, by Ryszard Wierzbicki



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  1. Fadil Muhammad Aulia
    Fadil Muhammad Aulia says:

    Great…im very happy & proud that my photo made it to the Adventure Photography….& became the winner “Photo Of The Month (8th Month)”

    Thank You :)

    Reply

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