Your photos can tell a story

June 29

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Can your photos speak? What can they tell you? Let's listen very carefully...

Can your photos speak? What can they tell you? Let's listen very carefully to the stories below...

Do you want us to publish your story with the photo on the pages of Skylum blog? Send them to [email protected]. Your photos wanted!

Keith Walmsley

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, is one of, if not THE, most important places for any visitor to Singapore at night. The building comprises three towers and on top is a swimming pool which is shaped like a boat connecting all three towers.The Building is lit up and around 8 in the evening there is a laser light show which goes on for about 10 minutes.

The light show is spectacular. Many tourists catch small boats which take them close to the building in order to get a better view of the light show. This is a must see for any tourist in Singapore and of course a great attraction for all photographers.Your photos can tell a story Image1

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Swapan Jha

During one of my trip to San Francisco, I took a day trip to Yosemite to capture sunset and I got very lucky. The sunset orange glow light lit the top of the mountains and the reflection in the water was like a mirror reflection. This shot was taken in October and I used Canon 5d Mark III for this shot.Your photos can tell a story Image2

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Todd Arbini

This is a photo of my sister-in-law who is bedridden with MS. She has been paralyzed from the waist down for 10 years and has a catheter and feeding tube. The cat is “Sheldon Cooper” (she named him) who is her best friend. We rescued him right after her other cat of 21 years passed away in her room. 

She named her cat “Sheldon Cooper” after a character on her favorite sitcom “The Big Bang Theory”. He turned out to be the perfect therapy cat for her. He has a great temperament.

I have been involved in photography for about 12 years now and usually shoot landscapes and nature. I also love to take pictures of animals. I am retired and am Sue’s full-time caregiver.

This is one of my favorite shots. I used Skylum Tonality CK for the post edit. I shot it with a Nikon D810 in RAW.Your photos can tell a story Image3

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