Category: Photography


How to Take Photographs Under Water

Beneath the skies; below the horizon and underneath the land we walk, there exists a mystical world that remains seldom explored. A bliss-in-blue that only a few percentage of the human population have managed to witness; a celestial zone that...

/ March 14, 2013

Pantone Food Swatches by David Schwen

David Schwen is a creative from Minneapolis, with a focus on illustration, design and art direction. Recently, David created a series of hand-made Pantone ‘swatches’ using everyday foods. Pantone Inc. is a corporation best known for its Pantone Matching System. PMS  is a proprietary color space used in a variety of industries, primarily...

/ March 13, 2013

How To Take Great Photos in the Snow

Taking photographs in snowy conditions is notoriously difficult and if you use your camera’s automatic setting then you may find that your images are too dark. This is because snow plays havoc with your camera’s exposure and unless this is...

/ March 11, 2013

Follow Me To by Murad Osmann

Murad Osmann is a creative photographer who documents his travels around the world with his girlfriend leading the way. This ongoing series is known as Follow Me To, and you can stay updated via Instagram. His adventures showcase beautiful landscapes and romance from a first-person...

/ March 5, 2013

Frightful and Alarming Photography by Ahn Jun

South Korean photographer Jun Ahn produced impressive death defying self-portraits that will make you bite your finger. Throughout her photographs she flirts dangerously by standing close to the edge. While might some think her images are Photoshopped, we insists they’re not. To take these...

/ March 5, 2013

Tips for Mouthwatering and Delicious Food Photography

Photography is not only about shooting good pictures, but it is classified into different types including landscape photography, food photography, event photography, etc. Food photography is related to the pictures of food that look appealing and mouth-watering to the people...

/ February 25, 2013

Family Tree Portraits by Bobby Neel Adams

Family Tree is a series of portraits of immediate family members:  Father/Son, Mother/Daughter, and even Father Daughter. Much of Adams’ photographic work addresses aging of the human body. Families are photographed individually and then sized and printed at the same proportions. The...

/ February 21, 2013

Old Craftsmanship in Modern Times by Alessandro Venier

Alessandro Venier is a talented photographer from Pordenone, Italy. Throughout his career he has worked for several photo-studios in Pordenone’s area, post-producing and taking pictures for catalogs. He mainly deals with digital post-production, still life, photojournalism, weddings, and internal corporate videos. Alessandro...

/ February 20, 2013

40 Visionary Examples of Creative Photography #12

This is our twelfth edition of the ongoing creative photography series. More than often, the images collected are manipulated. Photo manipulation is the application of image editing techniques to photographs in order to create an illusion or deception. Instead of using technical retouching, most of the...

/ February 20, 2013

Washington D.C. Church gets a Vibrant Makeover

An Atlanta native, Alex Brewer (better known as Hense) has been working as a visual artist for almost two decades. His free-form paintings and public mural installations incorporate a combination of lines, shapes and organic forms. His work has been...

/ February 19, 2013