If you love twinkling lights as much as I do, try this as a fun project during the holidays! If you have never experimented with long exposure, this guide will show you how to do it right.
A look back at the acclaimed documentary ‘‘Finding Vivian Maier’’ about a nanny-turned-photographer and the huge legacy she has left behind. But would she have wanted the world to see her photographs?
It’s raining outside and you need to relocate your shoot indoors. Let’s forget about additional lights for a minute and talk about the basics - window light! It offers so much and we so often forget about it. Here are some TIPS and TRICKS to get you started!
A sneak peak into my recent shoot with Zara Hrvatin. Green and yellow makeup paired with vintage vibes - take a look at a little behind the scenes video!
Have you ever had a confused, nervous person in front of your lens? Yet, they do want that photo taken, they want it badly! But they are just note used to being in front of the camera. And that’s where you as the photographer jump in.
HOW? Find out some tips to make ANYONE feel alright when you’re taking their photo!
Confidence is a skill that can be practiced and honed. Having your photo taken is undeniably a very intimate act, but it is confidence, not only the face, that gives energy to a portrait. And to be vulnerable in front of the camera takes confidence too!
Let’s explore some of the most common natural light setups: backlight, harsh sunlight, window light, and shooting under a cloudy sky (which is much more exciting than it sounds!).
Taking photographs preserves memories, yes. But drawing is even more powerful because you put so much thought into it that even after years and years you can remember the exact moment you sketched something.
Being given creative freedom is both a dream come true and a devil in disguise. Take a look into the campaign Logomania shot on the sandy beach on Ibiza.
Over the past two years, I had worked as the graphic designer and, later on, also as the editor of the youth magazine 3ska!!!
I mixed my love for traditional illustration with digital, giving the magazine a rather bright and clean look.