As humans we always have a desire to do more, be better, and move faster. That doesn’t mean we always do, but the desire is there. When you are in the groove, you can push out new work, create, and make at hyper speed. When we do hit that stride, it feels amazing. Until suddenly it doesn’t. That’s because you can only sustain that kind of pace for so long without balance.
These photographers built an epic flooded set in their back yard using a baby pool
Do you have big ideas for photoshoots and get that sinking feeling when you realise they are just too big, too messy or too complicated to do in your regular space? Well if so, you’re not alone. This pair of photographers found a solution and built their own water studio in their backyard.
Jada and David had the idea to create a sinking submarine. Obviously, they didn’t want to actually risk flooding their usual studio, so off they went to buy a baby paddling pool to house the set inside it.
These photographers created a life sized window to imagine what their neighbours were doing
There is always some kind of curiosity about what your apartment neighbours are getting up to. Are they really playing skittles in their hallway at midnight and does the girl upstairs really wear 10-inch heeled wooden clogs as she dances across the bedroom at 3:47 am?
One creative media and photography duo took that curiosity a step further and created a huge Rear Window-esque set and composite large format image based on what goes on behind each of the windows of an apartment. The result is both clever and amusing and beautifully executed. DIYP caught up with Jada and David to discover how they made their “Human Storage Apartment”.
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