Congratulations to #npmcontest Week 3 winner @dianelynnphoto. Your incredible lighting and contrast, the casual yet concentrated expression of the musician, and the overall cinematic feel of this image made us want to know more of the story. -
Our FINAL weekly photo challenge is now open, and the theme is “Printing photos to share your moments of joy." The winner will receive $150 in shop credit from @parabopress. -
1. Take a photo of a subject that you love and would want to print and enjoy
2. Post to your Instagram with hashtag #npmcontest (must be shared on a public account)
3. Follow @parabopress on Instagram
And don't forget you only have 9 days left to enter our National Photography Month Grand Prize GIVEAWAY! Enter in just 30 seconds for your chance to win an amazing trip to Iceland, a FUJIFILM X-T3 camera, and more - entry link in our bio. -
You may enter as many times as you like within the contest period. Week 4 contest ends 5/28/19 at 11:59pm CST. Winner will be announced on this post on 5/29/19 at 3pm CST. Grand prize giveaway entry ends 5/31/19 at 11:59 PM CST. For all contests, you must be 18 years or older. US Only. This giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed, or administered by, or associated with Instagram.
New Photo Essay | Patreon Exclusive
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I'm pretty sure we currently have three geese families and one Snoopy family 😊 These are the oldest kids. One of my friends here I believe named them the Ryan's 😊 On that note, Snoopy has four kids, whom I just saw a few minutes ago and all send their love ❤ One has been named Sophie by a wonderful friend here. But that leaves three more. So any suggestions, please feel free to comment 😊
Like it or not, life in the PNW leads to a lot of days spent in foggy majesty. Many days of good quality forecasts get spoiled by raindrops and gloom; I couldn’t be more excited to be shooting these conditions again. From blue hour last week, 45 minutes from home, in a world that lets us breathe deeper.
Camera: Fujifilm X-H1
Lens: Fujifilm XF100-400mm