We all know that portraits often live or die depending upon how the subject's eyes are rendered. I'm sure just like me you have some...
Nature photographer Thomas Heaton says his images are about telling a story, and hi the video he shares some of his great tips and tricks so...
Heaton traveled to the beautiful Northcumberland coast to bring us this tutorial. As we learned from following Heaton this coast line is one of his favorite spots for shooting seascapes.
Be sure to check out Heaton's other tutorials on YouTube.
Heaton's tutorial includes beautiful imagery and covers a variety of topics from which lens is right, what filters to use and how important exposure is.
Photographer Anze Osterman spends his photography journey learning about others and how they live. He has captured unusual images of the li...
Anze spent seven weeks on the island documenting Zack's life. Zach lives in a cabin on the island together with the Wyatt family of oyster farmer and fishermen.
Anze spent seven weeks on the island documenting Zach's life.
Zach spends most of his days working on a floating oyster farm. He fishes and explores the area in a skiff skiff with his loyal dog Kahli.
The Alaskan Marble Island is so isolated that six months can pass without Zack seeing a town or another person other than the family on the island. the island is surrounded by whales and populated with bears, and can only be reached by boat or float plane.
The nearest town is Ketchikan, which is over a two-hour flight away. Every couple of months, Zach and Eric Wyatt go into town to stock up on gas and purchase food they can't grow or hunt.
Anze was puzzled at first as to why anyone would choose to live so far from society, but he changed his mind while out on the island. He felt free and says that all of you anxiety evaporates when you are living in such a remote wilderness that is untouched.
See Anze’s website or Instagram for further images of his trip with Zach.
Developing your own film at home as always been a grueling process. Hanging signs on the basement door to keep others out has come to an e...
Developing your own film at home as always been a grueling process. Hanging signs on the basement door to keep others out has come to an end. With LAB-BOX all this changes. The new 'multi-format daylight-loading film tank' lets you load, reel and process your film without the need for a darkroom or changing bag.
Released on Kickstarter earlier this week and already more than doubled it's funding goal, LAB-BOX is targeting educators and film buffs alike. Showing that in daylight you can develop your own 120 and 135 film without the need to be in a darkroom.
Watch this video show you just how easy it is to do:
The LAB-BOX can be bought with either 135 or 120 film loading module, or both! It's even easy to clean and is highly portable. Perfect for teaching or traveling. Be sure to hurry and check out their Kickstarter, as they have already blown away their $75K funding goal.
Here’s a closer look at the LAB-BOX, and all the cool things it can do:
If you are one that treasures visual art and exquisite film making, then you must watch the new Netflix Original documentary “ Abstract: T...
If you are one that treasures visual art and exquisite film making, then you must watch the new Netflix Original documentary “Abstract: The Art of Design.”
The new series has 8-episodes that "steps inside the minds of the most innovative designers in a variety of disciplines and learn how design impacts every aspect of life." Every since it has come out we have had friends and family reaching out to tell us to watch it. Now that we have gotten around to actually watch it, we could not recommend it more highly.
Even though only one of the 8 episodes follows a photographer-world famous portrait photographer Platon-all 8 episodes are worth watching! They will give you a new outlook and appreciation for the creative process and as they did us inspire you to take your own work to the next level.