Experimenting is a popular theme takes us in a different direction to avoid redundancy.
Perhaps one can turn anything into art given enough time.
Now that many of us are spending a lot more time at home, our attention goes to making our space look more like some place we enjoy living.
Being quarantined leads us to look in different directions
While chaos rules the human world, the natural world keeps on schedule
Artists are being hit particularly hard by the global lockdowns. Here are some ways you can help.
How much of this post can we create from our phone and what are the results of all those details?
Having to stay home gives us the opportunity to try different things
Even the less than perfect images have some use
Not all ideas are good ones. Fortunately, we can always back up and start over.
We take the experimental series outdoors and apply the multiple processing concept to architectural elements.
A highly complicated and involved process is required to create these artistic images.
If you’re looking for the experience of a lifetime, shooting nude pictures should be at the top of the list.
Some photos were shot in a window. Others were shot along a wall. The different processing sets them worlds apart.
A set of tire chains proves to be a great prop for a dramatic set of pictures
This has been a very productive year and we have the video to show it
Our last shoot of the year was helping Emily age in the best way possible.
Pashur House brings his award-winning bodypaint to Indianapolis and we have a wonderful time being spooky
Horst frequently said that friends make the best subjects and Katherine Reiling proves why the philosophy holds true.
Rankin/Bass got it all wrong. We’ve uncovered the real origin story if Jolly Old St. Nick and his dear wife
We all love movies but we don’t think there are enough strong roles for women. We solve that problem with five concepts for films to be made right now.
As we drool over the features available in new cameras and consider making the plunge into video, we look back at the early days of digital photography and remember how different it was.
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