creative workflow

Here’s a simple exercise you can do to find inspiration

Apr 25, 2016
Joseph Parry

Inspiration, much like emotion, happens to be one of those things we can often get lost within and struggle to recall without the helpful nudge…

We sat down with 4 top creatives to talk about success, failure, fears and joy, Here is what they had to say

Apr 4, 2016
Udi Tirosh

Last month we met with four of today’s top creatives for a pleasant chat. We asked them about their successes, failures, fears and joys. We met Pratik…

On Cliches and Photo Ideas

Feb 27, 2016
Stefan Kohler

If you go through Flickr galleries and popular photo, model mayhem or Facebook photography groups, some photographs keep popping up. You see them again and again…

“Photography Is 1000 Little Decisions, Take The Time To Make The Right Decisions”

Dec 6, 2015
Udi Tirosh

If you get stressed when you walk into the studio, or especially if you are taking your first studio steps, here is an inspiring message from David…

A Message To Anyone Who’s Trying To Achieve And Is Held Back By Not Being Perfect

Oct 29, 2015
Udi Tirosh

If you are trying to get a project done (be it photography or otherwise), and you are on the verge of shipping for too long,…

Renee Robyn’s Top Tips for Creating Epic Digital Art

Sep 15, 2015
Renee Robyn

Photographer and Digital Artist Renee Robyn survived a devastating motorcycle crash that nearly left her paralyzed. Unable to leave her bed while recovering from the…

Why You Should Always Make Time For Personal Projects

Sep 4, 2015
Jose Rosado

Whether you’ve been a photographer for 10 weeks or 10 years, we’ve all heard the cautionary tales about yet another creative who’s packed it all…

How Reading Comics Will Improve Your Photography

Nov 3, 2014
Guy Viner

In June 1938 ‘action comics’ were published and Superman was introduced to the world. Not only was the character of Superman was born that day, but…

Tip: Shooting Fewer Frames Will Make You A Better Photographer

Oct 16, 2014
Udi Tirosh

How many frames do you take per shoot? One? Two? Fifty? Back in the days, film and developing was expensive so there was a price…

Approach A Photoshoot With An Open Mind To Boost Your Creativity

Sep 11, 2014
Tiffany Mueller

The creative process can sometimes be one of the most difficult aspects of a photoshoot. Think of all the time we spend mulling over ideas…