The 411 Names: Artur Heller & Anetta Heller Occupation: Publisher, graphic designer, parent Location: Europe / Home for us is where we are Key Links: Camerapixo.com Artur on Google Plus Camerapixo on Google Plus Artur/camerapixo on Twitter Favorite Color: Artur: Orange Anetta: Green Describe yourself in three words: Artur: Restless and Creative Anetta: Friendly and [...]
Last month I received a direct mailer for architectural photography from Olson Photographic. Although my architectural photography needs were all set, the photo was too good to ignore. After being thoroughly wow’ed by their portfolio site, I just had to have them on The Unframed World.
Legendary Japan photo blogger Martin Bailey has managed to accomplish what every photo bloggers dreams of doing. Well, yes, he does capture breathtaking photos of Japan and publish a popular weekly podcast… but that’s not what I mean. The remarkable thing about Martin is that he is now fully supported by his photography. As he describes, it didn’t happen overnight …
An Interview with Erika Thornes about her creative photos, from silhouettes to portrait photos to underwater photography.
I describe myself as a photographer, retoucher, trainer and Photoshop World instructor based in the UK. I work both in the studio and ‘on location’ and my main area of work sees me shooting promotional and commercial material for musicians, bands, physique athletes, up and coming actors and other industry professionals.
I also run a series of workshops where I teach Photoshop specifically concentrating on compositing and retouching techniques as well as the basics of Photoshop and camera skills plus I’m a compulsive blogger; what started as a 2-3 times a week posting schedule has now become almost daily…it’s my only addiction though honest
Photojournalist Kari Post explains her passion for nature and how she is combining her skills as a photographer, educator, and writer to save it.
I spent the past 16 years in the advertising industry. I was the President and CEO of a company that developed technology for the advertising industry back in the early days of online marketing. That company transitioned into a full-service advertising agency. For many of our clients, photography was the most important means we used to convey the brand message. They say that a picture is worth 1,000 words, but it’s much more than that… a picture can create emotion which is the most powerful tool a marketer has. What began as just art directing turned in to a love for the art of photography. Soon, instead of hiring out the work, I felt that it would be easier to capture what I wanted in a shot by doing it myself.
An Interview with photographer Filip Farag and a showcase of his work.
An interview with Karen Hutton about her life as a photographer and voiceover professional.
I grew up in northern Ohio, in the United States. In my teens, I started taking photos as I wanted to add portraits of my father to the family photo archives. The latter, Chuck Lupica, always had his faithful Argus camera handy, and it really inspired me, and I even thought of a career in photography, but I originally chose other paths.
Scenic nature photographer Collyn Rankin reveals how he scouts and catalogs locations, predicts ideal conditions, and takes beautiful nature pictures. Don’t look into his eyes or you may never get out.
When taking nature photos, there are many aspects that go into the planning of a shoot. I study weather patterns, sun position, and both sunrise and sunset times, to determine the best possible time to visit each location. While this method has been successful, I find that…
Inspiring black and white street photos by Tokyo street photographer Hidetaka Onoyama.
Bio and inspiring photos of European landscape photographer Martin Rak.
A wildly talented urban exploration photographer from Vienna, Frank has graced this blog twice with two beautifully eerie urban exploration articles from abandoned Europe. To summarize his e-mail, Frank just got back from an urban exploration photo trip to abandoned Italy and would love to share.
I got sucked into HDR by the pit of Hell. One day last year while avoiding work on the internet, I saw Trey Ratcliff’s image of The Icy Pit of Hell and was completely awed by his HDR. I’d never heard of HDR before, but I got bitten by the bug big time, and spent the next few weeks learning as much as possible from Trey’s Stuck in Customs website. Then I discovered the super-cool Blame the Monkey site of Elia Locardi, who is now my main HDR inspiration. My hard drives started filling up even quicker than before. I blame bracketing for this, and the Monkey.