Home / Inspiration (page 4)

Inspiration

5 Signs You’re Progressing in Photography

image1-1-800x450.jpg

Recognizing personal progression and improvement is a wildly beneficial yet often overlooked exercise for our confidence. It’s human nature to want to be “better” at things. We don’t have to be the best right now, but we all want the affirmation that we’re improving and moving in the right direction. ...

Read More »

This is a Steel Wool Photo Shot with a 360-Degree Camera

steelwool360-800x518.jpg

Australian photographer Rod Evans took his 360-degree camera out at night this past weekend and created this mind-bending “little planet” photo of himself spinning burning steel wool above his head. “I’m new to the whole world of 360 imagery but I am quite experienced with spinning steel wool, so on ...

Read More »

How to Stay Creative When Regularly Shooting Weddings

staycreativefeat-800x420.jpg

I love being a wedding photographer. I get to work with amazing couples, travel to incredible places and do something that is fundamentally creative. While weddings offer unparalleled opportunities for creativity due to the nature of shooting so many different people in different places, there are things I consciously keep ...

Read More »

How I Shot a Nova Terra Cosplay Photo in the Desert

novaterracosplayfeat-800x420.jpg

As a photographer, I’ve never really planned my shoots too much. I kind of look at what I’ll be shooting and think of cool-looking images. Then I try my best to match what I’m seeing in my head through photography and sometimes post-production. This shoot happened in California in 2015 ...

Read More »

What is Missing from Photography

L1004761-800x534.jpg

It has been bugging me for a while now: there is just something that is missing from photography. From my personal work to the majority of photographers out there. I’m talking about the photos on your feeds, be it personal to commercial. It has been bugging me and I finally ...

Read More »

How to Find the Perfect Angle

20140325_monkeys_002-800x534.jpg

You know those moments when you’re chimping and wonder why that amazing shot that you thought was going to be, well, amazing just isn’t? Your exposure was right – check; white balance – check; aperture – check; shutter – check. Lens… hmm. Let’s see. Lens? Yes, I shot with the ...

Read More »

Photos of Tokyo and Seoul Shot Using a Fractal Lens

futuristicfeat-800x420.jpg

Seoul-based photographer Steve Roe recently took a fractal lens around Asia and captured futuristic views of the narrow streets filled with neon signs. Roe used the glass prisms made by Fractal Filters, which launched back in 2014 after a successful Kickstarter campaign. “The fractal works are inspired by the likes ...

Read More »