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Great Reads in Photography: April 4, 2021

Great Reads in Photography: April 4, 2021

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Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo-features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily...
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Shooting Cyberpunk Flapper Girl and Other Photographic Mashups

Shooting Cyberpunk Flapper Girl and Other Photographic Mashups

2 monthes ago   |   Peta Pixel

It's a rare occasion when I do a team collaboration on a personal shoot. I typically prefer to work directly with the model, having them bring their own wardrobe and arrive...
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Exquisite Geometry: A Wacom and Projector Photo Shoot

Exquisite Geometry: A Wacom and Projector Photo Shoot

3 monthes ago   |   Peta Pixel

This was my first time working with Amber. In preparation for the shoot, I told her the same thing I tell all of my models: bring 4-6 different outfit options and have hair and...
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Remotraits: Shooting Portraits via Facetime Through Various Materials

Remotraits: Shooting Portraits via Facetime Through Various Materials

One year ago   |   Peta Pixel

Because of the quarantines currently sweeping the country and world, creatives have had to get especially creative to make collaborative art in spite of distance. I've seen...
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Shooting a Creative Album Cover Photo with a Delorean

Shooting a Creative Album Cover Photo with a Delorean

One year ago   |   Peta Pixel

In late 2018 my buddy RJ approached me about shooting the cover art for an upcoming album he was working on. He didn't have a concrete idea about what he wanted to do but...
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Finding Photo Inspiration at the Hardware Store

Finding Photo Inspiration at the Hardware Store

One year ago   |   Peta Pixel

Over the past year, I've been pushing my images into more abstract, painterly directions. As digital images seem to be moving into a realm of hyperrealism, I find myself...
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Perfect Imperfections: Using a Flawed Camera Lens for Creative Photos

Perfect Imperfections: Using a Flawed Camera Lens for Creative Photos

One year ago   |   Peta Pixel   |   2 articles

If you were to ask a photographer whether it's better to invest in a camera or a lens, most would answer lens. After all, no amount of megapixels or camera features can save...
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Randomizing Photo Shoots to Stretch My Creativity

Randomizing Photo Shoots to Stretch My Creativity

2 years ago   |   Peta Pixel

I am a fan of light. Hard light; reflected light; dappled light; low-key light; colored light - I love it all. Light makes or breaks not only my images but my mood. I'd venture...
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Why I Deleted All of My Social Media and 60,000 Followers

Why I Deleted All of My Social Media and 60,000 Followers

2 years ago   |   Peta Pixel

Yesterday morning, I woke up and deleted all my social media. My Instagram, Twitter, and personal Facebook accounts (I deleted my Facebook business page a year earlier), all...
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From Lighting Test to Album Cover: The Tale of a Photo in the Social Media Age

From Lighting Test to Album Cover: The Tale of a Photo in the Social Media Age

2 years ago   |   Peta Pixel

As a photographer in 2018, I can't help but think of my photos as drops in an ocean of imagery. Here are a few quick stats: There are over 60 million photos uploaded to...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

What Makes a Good Chinese Father? In a New Novel, It's Complicated

In “My Good Son,” by Yang Huang, a Chinese father strives to offer his floundering son a better life. But is he actually being a good parent? Read more ...

New in Paperback: ‘Hamnet' and ‘All the Way to the Tigers'

Six new paperbacks to check out this week. Read more ...

What You Didn't Know About Barkley L. Hendricks

The less celebrated side of the artist's career, his photographs, receive deserved attention in a new book. Read more ...

Will We All Want to Be Wearing Halston Soon?

A new Netflix show could create the viral fashion trend of summer. Except the clothes play second fiddle to the divadom and drama. Read more ...

Bach Invented. Now a Pianist Is Trying to Match Him

With “Inventions/Reinventions,” Dan Tepfer fills out Bach's missing two-part inventions with daring free improvisations. Read more ...

Visualizing Robert Frost's Seminal Poem

The illustrator Sergio Garcia Sanchez embarks on the road not taken. Read more ...

Perceiving Chinese Architecture From the Eyes of Structural Engineers

Perceiving Chinese Architecture From the Eyes of Structural Engineers

Pedestrian Bridge of Pingshan High School / NODE Achitecture & Urbanism & AND Architecture OFFICE/ Zhun Zhang. Image © Yongyu Chen When we are discussing the definition of... Read more ...

FASHION PRINTS - seasalt

Our Friday eye candy this week comes from a visit to a store from Cornish fashion brand Seasalt.It's so good to have shops open again!Webshop / InstagramAnd I'm rounding off Read more ...

An Optimist's Take on AI and the Future of Architecture

An Optimist's Take on AI and the Future of Architecture

Via Future Architecture This article was originally published on Common Edge. Martin C. Pedersen discusses with Frank Stasiowski , the founder and president of PSMJ Resources... Read more ...

Energy Hub / Morris+Company

Energy Hub / Morris+Company

Heygate St, London SE17 1SN, United Kingdom Project Year: 2019 Photographs: Jack Hobhouse Area: 2400.0 m2 Read more ...