Category: Photography

Inspiring-Locations-on-Earth

Most Inspiring Locations on Earth

If you’re seeking inspiration in either art, love or life in general nothing works better than experiencing the beauty of nature at its best. This planet has many places one can find solace, serenity and a sense of balance in...

/ January 30, 2013
image-effects

7 Image Editing Features You Can’t Live Without

Comparing the entire photo imaging software to see which is right for you? Having the right features means you can transform the so-so photos you take into digital masterpieces. What do the professionals most use and enjoy in terms of...

/ January 21, 2013
Celebrities-Portraits

Celebrity Portraits by Mike Campau and Paul Mobley

With over fifteen years of experience, Mike Campau creates powerful imagery for large brands and their high profile agencies. His specialty is hybrid imagery, which basically means the combination of photography, CGI, and retouching. Mike recently teamed up with Paul Mobley, a famous...

/ January 16, 2013
Conceptual-iPhone-Photography

Conceptual iPhone Photography from Brock Davis

Brock Davis is a Minneapolis based artist, creative director, thinker, and maker. Brock has worked in advertising for the past 17 years and is recognized  for creating ground-breaking work. Do you can recall the memorable “Messin’ With Sasquatch” campaign from Jack Links Beef Jerky?...

/ January 9, 2013
Now-and-Then

Now and Then: The Sad Downfall of Detroit

Detroiturbex.com is a website dedicated to exploring and photographing abandoned buildings in Detroit. If you haven’t realized it by now, Detroit has been facing some serious social and economic challenges for quite some time. Throughout “Now and Then” you will witness the dramatic...

/ December 31, 2012
Portrait-of-Thought

Portrait of Thought by Dagna Napierala

Our thought underlies almost all human actions and interactions. When you’re walking down the street, you can look at somebody right in the eyes yet have no clue about their state of intellectual activity. The phenomenology movement in philosophy saw a radical change...

/ December 24, 2012
backgrounds

A Guide to Getting the Best from your Backgrounds

Too often we focus on the ‘subjects’ of our photography: whether it’s a model, a landscape, or even a flower. But, what inevitably is simultaneously captured is the surrounding area, and ultimately this becomes the background for your pictures. Sometimes,...

/ December 19, 2012
Andy-Alcala

Face Paint Portraits by Andy Alcala

In a series called “Face Artists”, Andy Alcala, takes self portraits of his own face with works of iconic artists such as Warhol, Magritte, Van Gogh, Pollock, Mondrian, and many others. “This series of images was created to show art at...

/ December 18, 2012
Michael-Grab

Balanced Gravity Art by Michael Grab

Rocks are among the oldest of primitive tools. Many cultures from across the globe have practiced the art of balancing rocks for several centuries. In balance, their purposes range from marking human presence to giving thanks to meditative nature art. Michael Grab has perfected...

/ December 17, 2012
real-world

Real World Counterparts Replaced by Cheap Souvenirs

When most people go to a landmark or tourist attraction, they take home a little souvenir to remind them of their trip. Michael Hughes on the other hand, takes it to another level. As the title suggests, Michael utilizes miniature souvenirs while...

/ December 14, 2012