As well as a wealth of technical, creative, and workflow ideas, it demonstrates the value of forming good relationships and even friendships with your clients.
If you’re wondering why Canon was fairly silent this year at CES, it may very well be because they were working on creating ‘The Lab,’ a series of creative experiments that Canon claims is ‘designed to shift creative thinking behind the lens.’
Already, three videos from the series have been shared, including one where all photographers had to shoot the exact same subject and another where six photographers were asked to shoot a portrait of an individual wherein each photographer received a different backstory. Now, Canon is onto the fourth video, simply titled Blank.
Simon Schaffrath, a photographer from Germany, and his wife decided they wanted to do some pictures for the announcement of their first baby!
They plan on naming him “Theodor” and I absolutely love and appreciate the creativity that Simon put into each and every photo! Painting the scenery on his wife’s body using non toxic materials and the style of photography Simon used really creates a scene that seems to lay out a recommended life plan for the little guy!
Enjoy the images after the bump… I mean jump.
One of the things I used to hate when perusing my path as a photographer is when I reached a point where I was uninspired to shoot, or I’d reach a point where I’d feel that my best work is behind me and there is nothing new I can do. These creative dry spells used to happen to me from time to time and I know it happens to everyone so I want to share what I personally do to overcome this feeling.
A cool interactive infographic displays the Daily Routines of Famous Creative People, allowing you to compare your lifestyle to the likes of Pablo Picasso, Charles Darwin and Haruki Murakami.
Next, find out what sharing a daily routine with Franz Kafka or Victor Hugo says about your creativity and intelligence.