12. April 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für No, You Can’t Take Great Pictures Without Knowing Light

No, You Can’t Take Great Pictures Without Knowing Light

Without light, there is no picture. Knowing how to use light to your advantage can help you in any genre of photography, from landscape to portrait.

What does photography mean in the simplest terms? Well, the Greek roots of the word suggest pRead the rest “No, You Can’t Take Great Pictures Without Knowing Light”

11. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographer Shoots ‘Dance’ Photos of Fabrics in Motion

Photographer Shoots ‘Dance’ Photos of Fabrics in Motion

London-based photographer Neal Grundy’s latest project looks like dance photography, except the images don’t contain any people. Instead, each one shows the graceful, flowing forms of fabrics in motion. The project is ti… Read the rest “Photographer Shoots ‘Dance’ Photos of Fabrics in Motion”

10. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Fake a Drone Shot in a ‘No Drone Zone’

How to Fake a Drone Shot in a ‘No Drone Zone’

There are many places where drones are banned and many laws restricting how, when, and where you can fly, but what if you absolutely must capture some drone shots in one of these off-limits locations? Well, you can just fake it!

San Francisco… Read the rest “How to Fake a Drone Shot in a ‘No Drone Zone’”

8. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographer Combines Light Painting with an HDR Moon Photo

Photographer Combines Light Painting with an HDR Moon Photo

Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy is known for getting creative with his craft, capturing awe-inspiring photos of celestial bodies from in and around his backyard in Sacramento. For his latest idea, he decided to combine light paintin… Read the rest “Photographer Combines Light Painting with an HDR Moon Photo”

27. Februar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Playful Illusions Made from Household Objects

Playful Illusions Made from Household Objects

Helga Stentzel is a Russian-born visual artist and photographer based in London who creates whimsical optical illusions using ordinary things found around the house.

One of her recent ideas was to create farm animals using laundry hangi… Read the rest “Playful Illusions Made from Household Objects”

15. Februar 2021
von Oliver Turpin
Kommentare deaktiviert für I Shoot Snow Portraits by Sticking My Face Into Snow

I Shoot Snow Portraits by Sticking My Face Into Snow

My Snow Portrait series consists of photos taken using a technique I “invented” 8 years ago that utilizes the “hollow mask” 3D optical illusion. All the shots in this article are imprints of my face in fairly deep … Read the rest “I Shoot Snow Portraits by Sticking My Face Into Snow”

9. Februar 2021
von Nick Fancher
Kommentare deaktiviert für Exquisite Geometry: A Wacom and Projector Photo Shoot

Exquisite Geometry: A Wacom and Projector Photo Shoot

This was my first time working with Amber. In preparation for the shoot, I told her the same thing I tell all of my models: bring 4-6 different outfit options and have hair and makeup ready when they arrive.

Once she arrived we looked through th… Read the rest “Exquisite Geometry: A Wacom and Projector Photo Shoot”

28. Januar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Toy Photographer Uses Practical Effects for Amazing Action Photos

This Toy Photographer Uses Practical Effects for Amazing Action Photos

Jared Middleton (AKA Sirdork) is a toy photographer who brings miniature scenes to life using practical effects. His photos are created by carefully setting up scenes with action figures and then adding in things like water, snow, dirt, a… Read the rest “This Toy Photographer Uses Practical Effects for Amazing Action Photos”

21. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Artist Erects Bizarre Photo Installation as Tribute to Kim Kardashian

Artist Erects Bizarre Photo Installation as Tribute to Kim Kardashian

London-based artist Max Siedentopf is known for making unusual art pieces and photos and his latest does not break from that trend: he claims to have dug a several meters deep hole that he has then lined with images of Kim Kardashian to pay her … Read the rest “Artist Erects Bizarre Photo Installation as Tribute to Kim Kardashian”

21. Januar 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für These Elegant Self-Portraits are a Masterclass in Minimalist Composition

These Elegant Self-Portraits are a Masterclass in Minimalist Composition

In her ongoing series Reflections 2, photographer Ziqian Liu shows just how creative you can get when you limit your props and subject matter, and master composition instead. Throughout the series, Liu uses only herself, various plant li… Read the rest “These Elegant Self-Portraits are a Masterclass in Minimalist Composition”

19. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographing Lights Through Glassware Produces Psychedelic Results

Photographing Lights Through Glassware Produces Psychedelic Results

Photographer Eugene Tumusiime was enamored with the idea of using glass prisms for photography but did not have access to one. To scratch that creative itch, he decided to try using glassware from around his home.

Tumusiime says he was insp… Read the rest “Photographing Lights Through Glassware Produces Psychedelic Results”

19. Januar 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für These Photos of Underwater Flowers Look Like Paintings

These Photos of Underwater Flowers Look Like Paintings

Underwater photographer Barbara Cole is best known for her beautiful portraits of people—stunning creations that seem to walk the line between photography and painting. But her most recent project, Appearances, explores a different s… Read the rest “These Photos of Underwater Flowers Look Like Paintings”

16. Januar 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für These Studio Portraits of Smashed Electronics are Oddly Satisfying

These Studio Portraits of Smashed Electronics are Oddly Satisfying

From time to time, we all get that desire to throw one of our electronics at the wall and/or smash it with a bat. But how many of us ever actually get to do it? For photographer Jaap Vliegenthart, he got to live out this fantasy: crushing some of hi… Read the rest “These Studio Portraits of Smashed Electronics are Oddly Satisfying”

9. Januar 2021
von David Lipnowski
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Creative Photo a Day Project of What I’m Eating During COVID-19

A Creative Photo a Day Project of What I’m Eating During COVID-19

The pandemic has truly hurt the creative industry. Who knew that a year ago that specializing in portrait photography would hurt my career so badly?

I am living and working in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, where the first wave of COVID-19 was … Read the rest “A Creative Photo a Day Project of What I’m Eating During COVID-19”

1. Dezember 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Artist Cleverly Fills Photo Cutouts with Real-World Scenes

This Artist Cleverly Fills Photo Cutouts with Real-World Scenes

Seattle-based artist Rudy Willingham has an ongoing series in which he cuts out parts of portrait photos and fills them in by holding them up in front of carefully chosen backgrounds.

Willingham gets the backgrounds to work just right in be… Read the rest “This Artist Cleverly Fills Photo Cutouts with Real-World Scenes”

1. Dezember 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Artist Cleverly Fills Photo Cutouts with Real-World Scenes

This Artist Cleverly Fills Photo Cutouts with Real-World Scenes

Seattle-based artist Rudy Willingham has an ongoing series in which he cuts out parts of portrait photos and fills them in by holding them up in front of carefully chosen backgrounds.

Willingham gets the backgrounds to work just right in be… Read the rest “This Artist Cleverly Fills Photo Cutouts with Real-World Scenes”

16. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Every Frame of This LeBron Dunk Stop Motion Was Printed, Cut, and Shot

Every Frame of This LeBron Dunk Stop Motion Was Printed, Cut, and Shot

Artist Rudy Willingham created a clever stop motion video of NBA superstar LeBron James dunking. Frames of the dunk were printed, carefully cut, and then photographed while being held in front of a real-world location.

Here’s the s… Read the rest “Every Frame of This LeBron Dunk Stop Motion Was Printed, Cut, and Shot”

10. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Soratama Lens Add-Ons Let You Shoot Floating Crystal Balls

Soratama Lens Add-Ons Let You Shoot Floating Crystal Balls

Soratama is a system of lens attachments invented over in Japan that allows you to capture the world in floating crystal balls.

After the idea was initially created by Zenji Uehara, the system now includes a selection of lens accessories ma… Read the rest “Soratama Lens Add-Ons Let You Shoot Floating Crystal Balls”

2. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Fun and Creative ‘Small World’ Photos with Your Smartphone

How to Shoot Fun and Creative ‘Small World’ Photos with Your Smartphone

Capturing creative photos of miniature worlds is definitely not a new idea, but you don’t need to be a small-world master like Tatsuya Tanaka to give this kind of photography a shot. As this COOPH tutorial shows you, all you need is som… Read the rest “How to Shoot Fun and Creative ‘Small World’ Photos with Your Smartphone”

28. September 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Guy Hacked an Old Polaroid to Print Instant Photos on Thermal Paper

This Guy Hacked an Old Polaroid to Print Instant Photos on Thermal Paper

Electrical engineering student Sam Zeloof recently created something really cool. Using his ample do-it-yourself skills and engineering knowledge, he retrofitted an old Polaroid camera with a Raspberri Pi and thermal printer, turni… Read the rest “This Guy Hacked an Old Polaroid to Print Instant Photos on Thermal Paper”