3. Mai 2021
von Simon King
Kommentare deaktiviert für Layer Elements with Longer Lenses in Street Photography

Layer Elements with Longer Lenses in Street Photography

One of the most effective ways to fill a frame with information is to layer elements of your composition, either in two dimensions along the X and Y axis or in three with the Z axis.

When it comes to conveying narrative or communicating visual d… Read the rest “Layer Elements with Longer Lenses in Street Photography”

29. April 2021
von Anete Lusina
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Simple Documentary Photo Project Can Inspire You Shoot Again

A Simple Documentary Photo Project Can Inspire You Shoot Again

A simple local documentary project can help you return back to enjoying your personal photography, even after a long break.

There are plenty of photographers who haven’t picked up their cameras for months due to the unforeseen long… Read the rest “A Simple Documentary Photo Project Can Inspire You Shoot Again”

24. März 2021
von Jay P. Morgan
Kommentare deaktiviert für A 50mm Lens is All You Really Need in Landscape Photography

A 50mm Lens is All You Really Need in Landscape Photography

I’m photographer Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens. In this video and article we’re going to take a look at why a 50mm lens is the only lens you need for landscape photography.

You might wonder why I say that? Well, when I was shooting wi… Read the rest “A 50mm Lens is All You Really Need in Landscape Photography”

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”

7. März 2021
von Anton Orlov
Kommentare deaktiviert für Morsiple Messages: A Daguerreotype Multiple Exposure Method

Morsiple Messages: A Daguerreotype Multiple Exposure Method

In early spring 1839, Paris was abuzz with excitement in connection with a recently published letter, in which the invention of photography was confirmed by reliable sources. The world was now waiting for the French government to work out … Read the rest “Morsiple Messages: A Daguerreotype Multiple Exposure Method”

6. März 2021
von Micael Widell
Kommentare deaktiviert für Playing with Macro Photography at the Kitchen Sink

Playing with Macro Photography at the Kitchen Sink

Here’s a quick, easy idea for something you can try in your kitchen with a macro lens. Yesterday as I was doing the dishes, the water stream hit an egg cup and bounced up in a concentrated jet, splashing water up all over me.

We have all bee… Read the rest “Playing with Macro Photography at the Kitchen Sink”

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”

16. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Shooting Portraits Through a Giant Theater Lens with a Fujifilm GFX100

Shooting Portraits Through a Giant Theater Lens with a Fujifilm GFX100

In January, photographer Jay P. Morgan shared a video where he took portraits with what at the time he called an IMAX lens on a Canon EOS R. In part two of that series, he takes it one step further and mounts the medium format GFX 100 to it.

As many PRead the rest “Shooting Portraits Through a Giant Theater Lens with a Fujifilm GFX100”

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”

4. Februar 2021
von Barry O'Carroll
Kommentare deaktiviert für 28 Composition Ideas to Help You Take Better Photographs

28 Composition Ideas to Help You Take Better Photographs

Nobody likes rules. Ok, well some people like rules. Your old school principal? He liked rules. So does that scary lady in the HR department. When it comes to composition in photography, I don’t like to talk in terms of rules; I prefer instead … Read the rest “28 Composition Ideas to Help You Take Better Photographs”

3. Februar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für This ‘Satellite’ Short Film of Earth was Shot with Ink and Paint

This ‘Satellite’ Short Film of Earth was Shot with Ink and Paint

German artist Roman De Giuli created this beautiful short film titled “SATELLIKE.” His goal was to recreate the look of satellite views of Earth’s water flows using ink and paint on paper.

De Giuli specializes in exper… Read the rest “This ‘Satellite’ Short Film of Earth was Shot with Ink and Paint”

3. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Sony A1 Could Open the Door to Full-Size Computational Photography

The Sony A1 Could Open the Door to Full-Size Computational Photography

The Sony Alpha 1 may have many impressive specifications, but one that stands out as having greater implications for image-making is the sensor readout speed: it’s so fast it may be able to achieve the computational photography we s… Read the rest “The Sony A1 Could Open the Door to Full-Size Computational Photography”

1. Februar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Photographer Made a 3D-Printed Miniature of Himself for Tiny Scenes

This Photographer Made a 3D-Printed Miniature of Himself for Tiny Scenes

Photographer Mathieu Stern came up with an interesting way to combine macro photography and “self” portraiture: he had a miniature version of himself made through 3D scanning and printing.

Stern visited the Paris-based DiRead the rest “This Photographer Made a 3D-Printed Miniature of Himself for Tiny Scenes”

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”

5. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Shooting Portraits with a Giant IMAX Lens on a Canon EOS R

Shooting Portraits with a Giant IMAX Lens on a Canon EOS R

In an endeavor that seems to be driven only by curiosity, Photographer Jay P. Morgan modded an old IMAX lens to allow it to work with his Canon EOS R. But just getting the lens to work wasn’t enough, as Morgan decided to take the lens way ou… Read the rest “Shooting Portraits with a Giant IMAX Lens on a Canon EOS R”

28. Dezember 2020
von Darren Lewey
Kommentare deaktiviert für Using Infrared to Reinvent Local Scenes

Using Infrared to Reinvent Local Scenes

This year, as photographers, we’ve been challenged to look at more ordinary subjects closer to home in pursuit of continuing our photography. 2020 has pushed us to find creative potential in the more everyday and mundane, perhaps d… Read the rest “Using Infrared to Reinvent Local Scenes”

23. Dezember 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographer Captures Pyro Skydivers in a Milky Way Photo

Photographer Captures Pyro Skydivers in a Milky Way Photo

Photographer Dustin Snipes recently did a project that takes light-painting photography to a whole new level. Teaming up with the Red Bull Air Force Team, he shot long-exposure photos of wingsuit skydivers falling to Earth while wearing … Read the rest “Photographer Captures Pyro Skydivers in a Milky Way Photo”

22. Dezember 2020
von Max Depatie
Kommentare deaktiviert für Matter Deconstructed: The Observer Effect and Photography

Matter Deconstructed: The Observer Effect and Photography

Photographs are omnipresent in our daily lives. From social media and advertising to family photos hanging on your wall. Images are used for identification and as evidence, as well as informing us at a cultural level about who we are.

Photo… Read the rest “Matter Deconstructed: The Observer Effect and Photography”