Posts Tagged: digital photography

learning to levitate

Those of you interested in the recent post about Tokyo-based levitating photographer Natsumi Hayashi (see a lesson in levitation) may be interested in attending a real-life levitation lesson: London-based fine art photographer Miss Aniela uses a mixture of technique and proficient

learning to levitate

Those of you interested in the recent post about Tokyo-based levitating photographer Natsumi Hayashi (see a lesson in levitation) may be interested in attending a real-life levitation lesson: London-based fine art photographer Miss Aniela uses a mixture of technique and proficient

inspiration: a lesson in levitation

I believe I can fly: levitation photographer Natsumi Hayashi When I was around 6 or 7 years old, exposed to a host of Marvel superheroes and Disney-esque entertainment, I whole-heartedly, 100% believed I could 1) fly 2) move things by

inspiration: a lesson in levitation

I believe I can fly: levitation photographer Natsumi Hayashi When I was around 6 or 7 years old, exposed to a host of Marvel superheroes and Disney-esque entertainment, I whole-heartedly, 100% believed I could 1) fly 2) move things by

inspriation: too much chocolate

We know the world wide web is humongous. Millions of billions of users, countless social platforms, reams of information and a whole lot of stuff for sale. The modern Homo saipan can now bank, shop, date and even work via

inspriation: too much chocolate

We know the world wide web is humongous. Millions of billions of users, countless social platforms, reams of information and a whole lot of stuff for sale. The modern Homo saipan can now bank, shop, date and even work via

photographer of the week

And here begins what I hope to be a permanent and regular feature of this blog; a somewhat cliché ‘of the week’ category. An important lesson I learnt very recently is the importance of awareness. Awareness of contemporary photographers, awareness

photographer of the week

And here begins what I hope to be a permanent and regular feature of this blog; a somewhat cliché ‘of the week’ category. An important lesson I learnt very recently is the importance of awareness. Awareness of contemporary photographers, awareness

photography: creating contrast

I heart contrast. Photographers such as Ansel Adams, Martin Parr, Loretta Lux and Philip-Lorca diCorcia have all produced stunning images displaying their contrast mastery, whether intentionally staged or naturally captured. Contrasted colours, juxtaposed, become more vivacious and energetic; ideal communication

photography: creating contrast

I heart contrast. Photographers such as Ansel Adams, Martin Parr, Loretta Lux and Philip-Lorca diCorcia have all produced stunning images displaying their contrast mastery, whether intentionally staged or naturally captured. Contrasted colours, juxtaposed, become more vivacious and energetic; ideal communication

You are not a Photographer

I’ve recently stumbled upon ‘You are not a Photographer‘ – and wanted to share. We ALL know one of these… You are not a Photographer is a Tumblr that collects photographs that display, well, creativity going wrong: About them: How many

You are not a Photographer

I’ve recently stumbled upon ‘You are not a Photographer‘ – and wanted to share. We ALL know one of these… You are not a Photographer is a Tumblr that collects photographs that display, well, creativity going wrong: About them: How many