Gallery: Photographers' Secrets

 
X
Inverting the Taj Mahal: Abrahm Lustgarten reinvented this Indian landmark by photographing its reflection.  
Credit: Abrahm Lustgarten 
X
Only One Way to Go—Straight Down: In the Copper Canyon, you have to work (i.e. climb) to get a great point-of-view shot.  
Credit: Skip Brown 
X
Making Use of the Mind's Eye: Abrahm Lustgarten navigates a hectic Tibetan celebration and manages to capture this quiet example of the country's fragile personality.  
Credit: Abrahm Lustgarten 
X
Autumnal Exposures: With fall comes the colors that all budding photographers want to capture.  
Credit: Abrahm Lustgarten 
X
Serendipity in the Dominican Republic: Skip Brown accomplished this illusion while floating on his back in the Caribbean. It may look hard. But then, that's the point.  
Credit: Skip Brown 
X
Between a Rock and a Hard Place. The best shot sometimes requires a fair amount of sacrifice, resistance to vertigo, and empathy for your suffering subject matter. Here, Abrahm gives us the goods.  
Credit: Abrahm Lustgarten 
X
Escaping Maverick's: A 25-foot wave (the Everest of the surfing circuit), wetsuit-clad daredevil, a pair of jet skis, a film crew, and one very seasick photographer on very rough seas. But he got the shot.  
Credit: Abrahm Lustgarten 
 
  • Most Recent Galleries
Replay Slideshow
 
txt

advertisement


Post Your Comment

You have characters left.

advertisement