Photographer Turns Her 14SQM Studio Into Fantastic Worlds (Not Photoshopped)

Dec 5, 2013
Udi Tirosh

Korean artist and photographer artist Jee Young Lee lives in Seoulwhere she uses a small 3.6×4.1×2.4 meter studio. Jee Young converts her studio into fantastic…

Photo Used For 5Th Grade Social Experiment Goes Viral Showing How Viral Facebook Photos Can Get

Dec 2, 2013
Udi Tirosh

Some photos start as a naive upload to twitter or facebook, and end up in a viral flood that can drown the person who uploaded…

Freelancers: Work For Free – The Reward Will Be Greater Than You Can Imagine

Nov 26, 2013
Udi Tirosh

We have shared quite a few articles on working for free. And usually we are not big advocates of that. Today we would like to…

2D Or Not 2D Challenges Our Perception Of Three Dimensional Photos

Nov 25, 2013
Udi Tirosh

Usually when we look at a photo we have a pretty strong intuition if it is a two dimensional illustration or a three dimensional object…

Epic Rant: Stop Photographing Snow Covered Patios! Response Shows Patios Are Still Loved

Nov 25, 2013
Udi Tirosh

The world is full of rants so you should be very careful about the ones you choose to listen to. Colorado’s 9NEWS at 6 p.m…

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Nov 21, 2013
Udi Tirosh

Austin-based photographer, Emily Blincoe, enjoys working with color. In fact, her work with color is borderline OCD. While she has done other color coding work…

Are You Giving Each Shoot The Best It Can Get? (Like £3,000,000 Of Cars)

Nov 20, 2013
Udi Tirosh

We usually share Benjamin Von Wong‘s work because it is plain awesome. But sometimes, like today, we are not sharing his work for awesomeness (though,…

The Delicate And Beautiful World of Kirsty Mitchell’s Fantasy Wonderland

Nov 19, 2013
Udi Tirosh

We have shared quite a bit of conceptual photography over the years, and we love it dearly. The wonderland project from Kirsty Mitchell is a…

The Box – How To Build, Light & Shoot A Photography Set On A Budget

Nov 12, 2013
Guest Author

Like most projects, this one started with a very small and vague idea. I thought it would be cool to build a set that would…

The Leica Freedom Train: A Legacy Beyond Photography

Nov 12, 2013
Jeff Guyer

One of my favorite neighbors sends me photography-related emails every so often. She’ll send me a link for an upcoming museum exhibit or gallery show….