Are You That “Soul” Behind The Camera?

A Photographer, is a person who takes photographs using a camera. A professional photographer uses photography to earn money whilst amateur photographers take photographs for pleasure and to record an event, emotion, place, or person. (source wikipedia)

For me photographer is more to “the soul” behind the camera. Those who’s not only clicking the camera but also put a heart and soul to tells stories, sending messages,or create a certain atmosphere into a photographs.

So, as our appreciation to photography,we’re from shutter skills would like to invites all of you photographers around the globe to join the list of people with photography passion that we called “The Soul Behind The Camera”

It does not matter whether  you are a newbie, an amateurs or a pro, if you would like to be listed in our next post, here is how to do it:

  1. Post a link to a picture of you holding a camera (just like the above picture,its like a “theme” for the post)
  2. Post a link of your flickr,twitter or other personal site that shows your works in photography
  3. Give us a reason why you should be listed or why you love photography.

All the above should be posted on below comment box before August 21,2010 and all will be featured on our next post.

Here are some benefits that you can get by join this invitation :

  1. Recognition (your works/photography will be recognized by others through the post)
  2. Traffic (you will certainly get more traffic to your sites)
  3. Source of  inspiration ( your photography will be our source of inspiration for future post material and don’t forget that we always gives credit to the original photographer)
  4. Chain ( another chain for you to grow your connection with other people who have the same passion in photography)
  5. Free (it is a free of charge promotion)

So, what are you waiting for ? hop in and share your great works with us,and please also share this invitation to all of your friends who have the same passion as we are, the more the merrier. :)

Thank  you

Image credit : whiskyforthedevil


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Author: Milana (56 Articles)

She loves poetry,photography,art,quotes,social media and just about anything that involve creativity. Follow her on twitter > @rM1L More of her works > MilzOgraphy

22 Comments to “Are You That “Soul” Behind The Camera?”

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  1. Hello! Wow! I just saw a tweet about this and got very inspired. Here is the link for the photo you have asked for, plus it leads to the site I have made for free photo use! Yay!
    http://mydailyspiritualjourney.com/?page_id=81

    I feel that letting people see what is around my little area in the world helps them connect to what else is out there – authentically! Being authentic with clouds, bees in flowers, toys laying about, and other extraordinary natural beauty is what we find everyday! I’m so happy that others can make their way and inspire others to capture any beauty! Eventually, I would love to have other contribute to the site and gain exposure for their beautiful areas. Thank you!

  2. JH says:

    I would like to be part of “Are You That “Soul” Behind The Camera?”

    My photo of myself holding the camera is here – http://www.flickr.com/photos/tangenghui/2907962210/in/set-72157607487354676/

    I have my photoblog here – http://www.photojournalist-tgh.tv & photos hosted on flickr – http://www.flickr.com/photos/tangenghui

    Learning and taking photos since I was a young kid, I grew a lot and once aspired to be a National Geographic Photojournalist, this dream is transformed into my photoblog and it was awesome learning new tricks, techniques, skills and making new photography and travel fans locally and internationally.

    Your movement would inspire photographer of all levels here and helping to build a new friendship, network and community building in the love for photography !

    JH
    http://www.photojournalist-tgh.tv

  3. That means I would need 2 cameras, or maybe use a mirror

  4. Rish says:

    @Arun: You can use a mirror :)

  5. Edd Scorpio says:

    Here is a link to the photo of me behind the lens… http://eddshots.com/wp/about
    It is also my photography website.

    In this day of digital pocket cameras, there are more photos taken/produced each day than probably in the first half of the 20th century. Some are good…some are redundant…and a few are great, memorable, worth seeing more than once. My eye through the lens strives to be in the latter category – whether fact or fantasy, something to remember, revisit and revel in.

    Soul? Aye, there’s the rub…

  6. John Lund says:

    Here’s the link of me… http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnlundfoto/4813597961/lightbox/

    And here’s my evolving site… http://johnlundfoto.com

    This site is unbelievable!! And this free promotion is beyond generous. I want to be a part of “The Soul Behind The Camera” because I want to showcase my style, It’s difficult anymore to be “different” in photo land and still keep your “muse”, I find myself, time and time again taking pictures that I think other people want to see and it’s exhausting. I have made a promise to myself to “Make Photography Fun Again!!”… I make photo’s for me, and I want to share. Thank you for this opportunity.

    ~ J

  7. Amy Smith says:

    Here is a link to me holding a camera. http://www.flickr.com/photos/amysmith76/4814042633/

    I’ve been taking photographs for as long as I can remember. I recently determined to go back to school and study it full time in the hopes of making it my career.

  8. Gloson says:

    Hi Milana! Thank you very much for the invite! Here’s a link to me holding a camera: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gloson/4814090847/ .

    My Flickr is http://www.flickr.com/photos/gloson/ , and I blog at http://www.glosonblog.com

    Well, I love photography because it seriously makes you more aware of your surroundings. When I had gone into photography, I paid more attention to the clouds, the scenery, etc looking for something interesting to photograph. Haha… :P . It also makes you know that beauty is all around us and just needs to be discovered.

    It is also a wonderful opportunity to have your work seen on flickr. And, I love flickr because you can meet tons of other very talented and friendly photographers and see so many of their super stunning shots!

  9. Harry Duns says:

    Self portrait with a nice old Widelux:

    http://www.lechatnoir.org.uk/harryduns/images/harryduns2_harryduns.jpg

    My site:

    http://www.harryduns.com

    My father and grandfather were photographers so it’s something I’ve always been passionate about. As a musician I have always taken a camera with me on tour to capture little moments and shoot other bands we play with, but it’s only in the past couple of years that I’ve begun to take photography more seriously as a profession and have become increasingly focussed on studio portraiture. I hope you’ll enjoy my portraits, I feel that I have developed a dark and dramatic style that I can call my own.

  10. Ruhani Rabin says:

    Milana, thanks for the invite dear !!

    @Harry .. I liked your one .. simply … classic ..

    I have a normal one quite a while ago ..
    http://ruhanirabin.deviantart.com/art/Thats-Just-Me-143710811

    My Photo Story Music and Inspiration Site http://f22.in [You can feature your photos there]

    I have a strong interest in Art and Photography and I believe still photos live and give more passion that videos. A photo can be translated by many people in many different Directive .. Different Interpretations …

    I’m pretty much interested in Portraits, Landscape and Artsy photos.

    Even though my family has been into photography for long but I am pretty new into this. There is so much to learn in so less time..

    My Flickr is http://www.flickr.com/photos/neoblitz/

    My Original Website is http://www.ruhanirabin.com

  11. Rahul Jadhav says:

    hey its a great idea. Submitting my links soon :)

  12. Hi! Here’s the link for an image of me holding the camera http://twitpic.com/280xbo

    My website is http://www.genabella.com

    Source of inspiration… things that breathe. I am a ‘people’ photographer (people can = animals too). I see every image as more interesting when it includes a character. While I certainly admire many photographs and photographers that don’t focus on ‘people’ as their subject, I believe that souls lend great storytelling enhancement to the expression of photography… both in front of, and behind the lens.

    Love the idea of this – would be honored to among your featured photographers – look forward to connecting to fellow photographers in the field.

  13. Cesar says:

    Hi fellows,

    I’m a sort of a french amateur photographer. I fall in love with the world vision, throught my lens two years ago, and from this moment I think about it everyday.
    What I try to show is what seems to be important to me on different matters : Portrait, landscape, cars, … I don’t have any favourite subject at all. Anything can be interesting, and that is why photography is something essential to me, you can walk the same way everyday but you can discover something new on it everyday too!

    Here are some of my works
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/kenuo
    And also a new adress where I try to make some Iphone productions only :
    http://daily-ideas.tumblr.com

    My profile picture : http://gallery.me.com/allievi.cesar#100026

  14. kaveer rai says:

    Hey

    Iam just a normal human, i still breath air …to do something different(a very over used word) i have made my changes and have decided to show the world, HOW WOULD IT BE TO SEE THROUGH MY EYES, My Nikon D90 surely does help…. yet to show the world my best…just want to be read for that day and make sure a lot of people get to witness that event….that is why i hope to be listed ….Peace

    My picture:http://picasaweb.google.com/kaveer.rai/HARRYZWEDDING#5498489020218279906

    Blog:http://washedwindow.blogspot.com/

    Flickr:http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaveer/

  15. Gary Busch says:

    Link to my Pic: http://garybusch.de/mecam.jpg
    Portfolios: http://the-nudes.net and http://the-portraits.net

    I love my cam, I love my models, i love what I´m doing. Can there be more soul in a thing???

  16. patricio says:

    Hey Mili,
    I’m finally here :)
    ok, then this is my friendliest foto http://www.flickr.com/photos/patulecus/4837759738/ LOL :D
    and how I see the world you’ll find it here —> http://www.flickr.com/photos/patulecus/sets/ <—-

    I don't know much from photography itself, I just take my cameras and I play with their setup, trying to know for what is this and that. In the hope that I can show others how I see the world. So any comments on my photos are very welcome.

    thanks,
    and tweet you later Mili.

    bye

  17. Priya says:

    Link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/purplebeats/4641267401/

    Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/purplebeats/
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/pricelessjunk

    Photography, for me, is not just about camera and science. It is about all the efforts and emotions gone behind capturing a moment. The whole process has helped me grow as a person. I wish to make every photograph special.

  18. Gopal says:

    Link to Picture : http://www.flickr.com/photos/puzzlescript/4808323297/

    My Flickr : http://www.flickr.com/photos/puzzlescript/
    Twitter : http://twitter.com/puzzlescript

    So why do I love photography?
    Photography is an art,it is creative and provides you the reason and time to think.It helps in analyzing an incident or a landscape from a different perspective or from your perspective.It is fun to click pictures and to freeze time.I started it as a hobby few weeks back and totally loving it

  19. Hi!

    Thank you for the great opportunity!
    Photo of me behind a camera: http://twitpic.com/2dhy8q
    This is an old camera that we keep as family treasure from my granddad. In my family we were always loving photographs. I have it in heart since childhood, the willingness to take beautiful and meaningful pictures, and passion to learn this well.
    My current website: http://twitpic.com/photos/pawelekg

    Thanks,
    Pawel

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