Tag: Photography

Wild West in B&W

Filip Molcan is a photographer, traveler, designer and entrepreneur from the Czech Republic. For many years Philip spent time in the mountains. One of the photographic series he dedicated to the ghost town of Bodie in California. “It was in 2010, when I first visited one of the […]

How To Shoot Product Shots

Product shots are essential to visual advertising, and they’re just as fun as they are rewarding. Product shots are among the most purely creative projects in visual production. You can throw on some music, take your time, pay close attention to detail, and hone your craft. There are […]

Neave Bozorgi

Receiving an impressive amount of acclaim in just three years since picking up a camera, Neave Bozorgi is a Los Angeles-based photographer who creates images that are intimate in nature and saturated with sensual nostalgia.

Soft and colorful portraits

Joseph Nansen photographer from London found himself in portrait photography and bright flower correction. All pictures are filled with positive and light. Every portrait seems to shine. A soft creamy bokeh adds some romanticism to the shots. The author’s style, although not unique, is still recognizable

B&W cities by Magda Chudzik

Magda Chudzik – Polish photographer from Krakow, specializes in urban and natural landscapes. Magda has many awards in photo contests. Also, she is a participant of many collective exhibitions, exhibited in Poland and abroad. Chudzik photographs mainly in southern Poland, northern Slovakia and Eastern Bohemia. “I like to […]

How to use a phone screen for magical portraits

With today’s technology, it’s easier than ever for photographers to create images that are not only breathtaking but also ignite our sense of wonder. Often, this is through photo manipulation in programs like Photoshop. But photographer Mathias Fast has recently introduced a fantastic photography hack that will give your images a […]

The Depth of the World by Bill Brandt

The British photographer Bill Brandt (1904-1983) in his works paid much attention to social problems. He liked to shoot landscapes and nudity, but he did it in a special way. Specific perspectives and transfer of perspective make his pictures slightly abstract and not realistic, despite the fact that […]