Tara Minshull is a rather successful fine art photographer based in Los Angeles who specializes in conceptual and cinematic images, oftentimes utilizing mixed media to realize her vision. Tara was kind enough to give us some of her time for an interview, in which she discusses the merits of art school, her motivations and the constantly evolving themes of her work. [more]
Like it or not, Instagram isn’t going anywhere. I personally love Instagram because I can snap a photo, post it, and share it with everyone who follows me in less than a minute. With that being said though, I do miss the times I spent as a kid, looking at projected slide film with my family on the holidays. Now thanks to Projecteo I can have those times back again!
A lot of photographers today use digital for ease of storage, easy viewing, and just quicker shooting. There are those who still stay true to film and make art with it, not just pictures. Nicola Odemann is a 20 year old photographer who has taken up the film medium and has done some awesome things with it. [more]
Photographer Ingrid Berthon-Moine was born in France, works out of London and loves a man covered in hair more than Freddie Mercury ever could have. Okay, I don’t really know how she likes her men, but in 2010 she created a collection called “V” which features the glory of chest hair ranging from full bush to barely visible. It is a series of 15 C-Type photographs of men’s chest hair. Have fun interwebs, enjoy! [more]
If you’ve always wanted to get into wedding cinematography then this is your jump start. Starting at 9AM tomorrow, Monday December 3 creativeLIVE will be hosting a FREE Wedding Cinematography workshop With Vanessa & Rob. Together, they’ve got a career’s worth of film-making knowledge and will be packing it into this three day course. [more]
The Saddest Boy In The World is a short film by Vancouver filmmaker, Jamie Travis of Modern Family Productions. “Saddest Boy” is a perfect double rainbow of dark humor and a vintage nabes-esque aesthetic. On Modern Family Production’s site, there is a Q&A section with the director that gives some insite to how they made the movie. Here is a selection from the Q&A … [more]
In 1963, American photographer Melvin Sokolsky shot a gorgeous series for Harper’s BAZAAR of a model inside a giant plexi-glass bubble all around Paris. I can’t say enough about these images. They are timeless and even wow me today more than 50 years later. What a spectacularly executed concept that really draws you in and keeps you wanting for more. Well done Sokolsky, well done. Enjoy! [more]
Matt Morris has created this wonderful short documentary about Harry Taylor and his passion.”After a personal tragedy, Harry discovered a passion for the 150-year-old craft of tintype photography”. His outlook on photography is very fascinating. Dabling between digital and tintype Harry has found that working with the tintype process much more rewarding. [more]
” My name is Laina Briedis. I’ve lived on Long Island all my life, and for as long as I can remember I have been captivated with the concept, practice, and art of photography. You could say that I very often try to live vicariously though my pictures- each still frame is a dream I had once, an attempt to capture or at least encompass some aspect of infinity. [more]
With all the DSLRs out right now, not to many people still shoot film. Baohien Ngo is one of the few who does and does it well. The images are what you would expect; colorful, great skin tones, that awesome film grain. You just can’t go wrong with film! [more]
Using salvaged x-ray films and a somewhat disturbing design sense, Brian Andrews video “Hominid” has blurred the lines between human and animal anatomy. The resulting video is the result of a year of work with Ex’pression College of Digital Arts, mapping the movements of different animals to create a realistic blend between the two or more species being represented.
One of the most anticipated movies this year has got to be the new James Bond flick, “Skyfall“, directed by Sam Mendes. A series of behind the scenes videos have been posted online, and they really do offer a great look at just a few of the many things that go into such a vast production. Well worth a watch. 12 more videos are inside! [more]
Anyone getting started out in DSLR video production can tell you that one of the biggest frustrations for them is changing focus during a shot. This is where FocusMaker comes in. It attaches to any lens and in just a few minutes you can have focus points marked on the big ruler, and easily jump back and forth from focus point to focus point.
I teamed up with Luquire George Andrews, an ad agency in Charlotte, NC, to create four images for a corporate brochure for Lincoln Harris, a commercial real estate company with properties in 26 states. LGA wanted to feature b/w photographs of executives in Lincoln Harris’ properties. [more]
In the most unexpected yet earth-shattering news in recent film and video memory, Disney has agreed to purchase Lucasfilm for a reported $4.05 billion. Along with that purchase, Disney has stated that it will continue to produce original Star Wars films and related material. Since I know that most all of our readers grew up watching Star Wars and at some point in their life have pretended to wield a lightsaber, this has got to be the greatest Star Wars news in some time. [more]