Structure is a powerful factor in creating images. An artist can make beautiful things with it and Rome-based photographer Lorenzo Zandri definitely can using different photographic formats.
Lorenzo's images can serve as a study on how lines and patterns can be used to bring attention to an image. He carefully selects his angle, frames it up, and transform seemingly ordinary architectural sights into visually-enticing works of art. He uses symmetry in his work as well, giving his work additional depth. It all fits since Zandri is a student of architectural studies. His works quietly speak for themselves just as his subjects do.
The wet collodion process is one of the oldest and major photography techniques. In early photography, the process underwent various experimentations by photographers themselves. Revisit the old technique with Alex Cook.
This talented Chicago-based artist and a freelance photographer amazed us with her work from the very start. Clarissa Bonet is inspired by the structures of the city, their impact on the body and she enjoys exploring aspects of the urban space in different contexts.
It shouldn't surprise you when works by Andy Warhol, Michelangelo, David Hockney, Salvador Dali, and more, are found in pieces of cinema such as in movie posters. After all, cinema is about art imitating life, and what better source to steal and recreate through great artists themselves?
Nancy Rexroth's wonderful photo series, Iowa, was re-edited in 2017 for the joy of photography lovers and followers. Step inside to see more of her notably nostalgic work with the dreamy, Diana camera.
Photographer Julia Berezina in collaboration with Curated by Girls, a globally-inclusive platform that works to showcase artistic talent regardless of race or gender, chats with us about incorporating personal life into her work and how shooting on film affects the meaning of her photographs.
There's a fine line between being competitive and being jealous, and it often intersects among creatives. Sometimes you can't help but compare, think and doubt of your creative skills or the other's talents. Photography vlogger Sean Tucker addresses the issue and how to handle it.