17. February 2011
We would all like to do this, but photographer Irina Werning came with the idea first and she did an amazing job. She browsed her family and friends albums, and gave life to childhood photographs. The photo collection is called “Back to Future”, being an impressive mix of humour, nostalgia, photo skills, and most of [...]Continue reading...
11. February 2011
When I first discovered the work of Dutch photographer Desiree Dolron, I couldn’t tell if it’s photography or paintwork. The contemporary artist’s aesthetic takes its roots from the Flemish school of portrait painters – Rogier van der Weyden, Petrus Christus and Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershoi, but it’s actually a mix of photography and state-of-art digital [...]Continue reading...
1. February 2011
I don’t know how many of us still believe that levitation is something else than a trick (though I think it might be possible in special circumstances). Achieving it in photography is completely something else, because recreating the illusion of floating definitely requires skills and a lot of practice.
As a perfect example of levitation photography, [...]
30. January 2011
It doesn’t necessary have to be a professional photographer to understand the world of photography. There are hundreds photography blogs with amazing portfolios for inspiration, but how about those showing the process of becoming a pro?
Learning the Light is the photography blog of Alan, an amateur on his way to turning into a very good [...]
23. January 2011
“Monochrome allowed me to express ideas more clearly. I love abstractive nature of the monochrome, the way it hides details, I love tonality, I love almost everything about it”
Giedrius Varnas is a Dutch photographer, fascinated by the black & white photography. The foggy atmosphere of his photos creates a strange universe, [...]
15. January 2011
We all love photography tutorials, but it’s even better when teaching comes with great examples, open discussions and completely for free.
Experienced photojournalist Michael Kitada created a useful digital photography blog – a perfect tool for learning to see and think like a professional photographer. Each post presents one or more professional photos taken by Mike [...]
11. January 2011
“It is truly a beautiful universe we live in. Enjoy these images, but even better, get yourself out under the stars and [...] you’ll see the heavens with your [...]Continue reading...
16. December 2010
Ladislav Kamarad is apparently the only photographer working with Hasselblad, a medium format photographic equipment in the elevation over 8000 m above the sea level . Since 1992, all his pictures were captured by the classic medium-format cameras for 120 or 220 roll film. Though his photographs are taken in extreme conditions, Ladislav Kamarad still [...]Continue reading...
30. November 2010
The mirror and the photographs are the only proves that time makes changes in us. I heard an old actor saying that “Sometimes I look in the mirror and I don’t recognise the face I see”. How about a time machine? How about looking in the mirror and seeing the young ourselves, the beautiful faces [...]Continue reading...
25. November 2010
Digital versus film photography is a debate which I don’t want to enter in. But I have to admit that memories look very much like memories should looks like when captured on film. The image is more authentic, and you only have one chance to capture it. I discovered blog with a very intimate look, [...]Continue reading...