Daily inspirations of ViewBug's Hall of Fame photos and the best of photography from around the web.

Reflection in the lake. This was taken at almost midnight one Thursday evening in Tignes, France. The conditions were just perfect, a gorgeous cold still evening. by danmatthewman

Reflection in the lake. This was taken at almost midnight one Thursday evening in Tignes, France. The conditions were just perfect, a gorgeous cold still evening. by danmatthewman

Reflection in the lake. This was taken at almost midnight one Thursday evening in Tignes, France. The conditions were just perfect, a gorgeous cold still evening. by danmatthewman

Reflection in the lake. This was taken at almost midnight one Thursday evening in Tignes, France. The conditions were just perfect, a gorgeous cold still evening. by danmatthewman

The sun sets over “Little Rann”, Gujarat, India. by BradGrove

The sun sets over “Little Rann”, Gujarat, India. by BradGrove

Congratulations Grand Jury Selection ”Winter silence” by chris-herzog

Congratulations Grand Jury Selection ”Winter silence” by chris-herzog

3 Tips For Improving Your Street Photography By Guest Judge John Batdorff:   http://blog.viewbug.com/urban-photographer-contest-winners/
1. Get out and shoot. The dirty secret is we get better at this art by doing more of it. Rain, snow, or sun, cold, warm, or hot, day or night, get out there and get shots. None of the winners’ images were taken on a perfect sunny day. You have to get out and take photos at different times to get interesting perspective.
Click on the link to read 2 more tips, see the winners  and find out what John said about them!
photo by kirstinoopsiedaisybarnes

3 Tips For Improving Your Street Photography By Guest Judge John Batdorff:   http://blog.viewbug.com/urban-photographer-contest-winners/

1. Get out and shoot. The dirty secret is we get better at this art by doing more of it. Rain, snow, or sun, cold, warm, or hot, day or night, get out there and get shots. None of the winners’ images were taken on a perfect sunny day. You have to get out and take photos at different times to get interesting perspective.

Click on the link to read 2 more tips, see the winners  and find out what John said about them!

photo by kirstinoopsiedaisybarnes