Tag: Photography

Six Tips For Photographing Models In The Studio

Six Tips For Photographing Models In The Studio, By Ray Rapkerg In this guest article, Ray Rapkerg discusses using large format film cameras in the studio to shoot models, and how you can make the most of your time and energy. Shooting large format isn’t the easiest at the best of times, but these tips […]

Get Featured: Eric Hessler

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Get Featured: Eric Hessler

Get Featured: Eric Hessler Eric is not your usual feature. You see, I found Eric on Instagram, and found his images of classic gear to be fascinating, so I asked him if he fancied being featured on the site. And fortunately for us, he did. Check out his film lifestyle images. My name is Eric […]

A Learning Framework For Photography

A Learning Framework For Photography – By Dan K After a long hiatus, Dan K is back with another one of his brilliant and informative articles. In this one Dan helps us to put together a system of learning for your photography. Something I think I myself often overlook. Read on. Introduction I have watched […]

Get Featured: Melvin Mapa

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Get Featured: Melvin Mapa

Get Featured: Melvin Mapa Melvin shares with us a project that studies the geometry and the beauty that can be found in the scenes around us. Working with shapes and composition to form an emotional connection with the situation is nothing new, but it is cool to see Melvin having a strong direction with his […]

Film for uncoated lenses – Andrej G A bit of a niche guest article for you. Shooting film on uncoated lenses. An interesting read on how old technology can still get great results. Check it out.

How Do You Relieve Photographer’s Creative Block? By Dan K After a bit of sojourn, Dan K is back with a very thought provoking piece that covers something that I myself have been feeling lately. Namely creative block. This has come at the perfect time and spurred me to action after reading it. Read on.

What’s the Point of Taking Pictures? By Paul Schofield Paul Schofield has written a few pieces for the site in the past, so when he offered up this discussion I was happy to be able to share it with you all. I have thought a lot about this lately too, so it is interesting to see […]

Lumu Introduces The Ansel Adams Contest You might remember Lumu, they are the guys that made the snazzy little lightmeter for your smartphone. I reviewed it and thought it was a wonderful bit of kit. well, now Lumu are on to something a bit different. With the judging prowess of National Geographic photographer Peter Essick, […]

Hong Kong Umbrella Revolution by Alice Ngan As many of you might know, there is a student protest going on in Hong Kong right now. The people of Hong Kong want the ability to choose who leads them, instead of being told who leads them. So they have taken to the streets, in what has […]