In a few days, our search for the most clever collages in the entire Lomo-landia will finally conclude. Is your entry already in? If not, go ahead and submit while there’s still time!
Two months ago, we challenged everyone to come up with the most creative and eye-catching collages in the community. Because everything is possible with collages, we dared everyone to use other materials aside from prints of analogue photos to create mixed media collages and photomontages. But perhaps the most challenging part is to share with us how these works of art were done through a detailed tipster!
If you have an interesting idea or concept for the Clever Collages Rumble, we urge you to take part in the competition and submit your masterpiece on or before January 9th! Head over to the competition page for more details.
Your favorite Wes Anderson films would not look as tasty and in vogue if not for the colorist. Often one of the most overlooked roles in filmmaking, the colorist is the harmony-maker of all elements through chromatic organization.
If the first of January wasn't motivating enough, t's not too late to renew your 2017. The Lunar New Year, one of the most anticipated and celebrated events in the East, brings more promising resolutions and practices for a prosperous beginning.
Still life photography may be one of the most undermined genres in photography, and it's easy to see why -- it seems easy, but it's truly difficult to nail it. You have to plan your photograph, instead of merely snapping here and there. Watch this video for seven tipsters.
Sometimes, you can't help but wish for the days to snow forever. The winter is when all life forms retreat to their homes and become recluses, awarding themselves with the much-needed rest they deserve after eleven months of work-and-play. This Monday Moodboard is a glimpse of the hibernating days.
What's the word, "Technicolor"? When watching old colored films, both live-action and animated, we often see the trademark in title cards. In the old days, it was the motion picture process that innovated the picture arts.