Add this to your photography know-how and skills and make more interesting, natural and voyeuristic compositions through "subframing"..
"Subframing" is a technique in which you use elements in your image to frame a subject. As photography vlogger Ted Forbes would describe it, a "a picture in a picture". The technique makes clever use of other, non-subject elements and makes them vital to your photograph. It's like mimicking the naked human eye, and manifesting the vision through a captured image.
There are 363 days left to make 2017 awesome. We’ve come up with a few ideas to help you hone your photography skills and make this year your best yet. Take a look at our list, make your New Year’s resolutions and end 2017 at the top of your game!
Lomographer Reza Ahmadi has always been interested in documenting the world through visual arts. As an alternate to drawing and painting, he picked up photography as a hobby which gradually grew into a passion that follows him from one city to another. Get to know our featured Community newcomer from Indonesia.
Master of double exposures, Louis Dazy, crossed our path outside the world of photography: through music. After we came across his "Double Exposure"-playlist, we had an interesting chat with the Paris based artist about connecting photography with other forms of art.
In the digital age, almost anyone can make money and build fame out of art -- regardless if the art is good or bad. In this list, we are reminded of people with talent, those whose artistry come from natural affinity to beauty. Enter Tim Burton, Salvador Dalí, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Michel Gondry.
Filled with interesting street scenes and marvelous architectures, Toulouse, France, serves as the muse of lomographer and law student Pierre CARRERE. To share his passion for photography, he created a group with fellow enthusiasts which held exhibits and meetups in his hometown. Get to know our featured newcomer in this interview.
Photographer and art director Luca-Mercedes Stemer is one of the founders of HONEST., a magazine dedicated to preserving the tangible aspect of film photography. In this interview, she looks back on her early days as a young photographer and dishes out some tips on how to make it in the industry.