Developing photography projects – Pt. 2 – Trevor Saylor Trevor is back and he continues with his piece about how to develop and manage a photography project. A very interesting piece which should hopefully prove helpful for people working on projects.
Developing photography projects – Trevor Saylor Photographer Trevor Saylor has been kind enough to share with us his experience in developing photography projects. I hope that Trevor will be a regular contributor to the site in the future.
Several Full Color Pictures With Hardly Any Color In Them Robert McCann has been working on a project that I find intriguing from and artists standpoint. His full colour images with hardly any colour series challenges the common perception of a colour image and has a huge scope for the future. I anjoy the subtleties […]
How to get out of a photography rut From time to time many of us will find ourselves in a rut, either in photography term or otherwise. Now, I am not a counsellor, so I am really able to help you with your other problems, but I can help you with your photography ones….maybe…
Personal Projects In our latest guest contribution, Colin Corneau talks to us about personal projects and how to give yourself a boost when you are in a slump.
-12 in the morning, going to work We have another new writer for you today. This is an article by Jerome Arfouche, who has offered to give us a piece about how to deal with the long cold winter, that saps the creative energy from a lot of us.I hope it gives you all some […]
Isn’t it about time you started something? So, welcome to 2012, and what a year it is going to be. Announcements from all of the makers about new products and all that jazz, but for me the most important thing at the end of the day is using that equipment. Sometimes you need to have […]