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Inspiration

Women in Photography: Diane Arbus

“My favourite thing, is to go where I’ve never been” Diane Arbus has been called sensational, bizarre, unique. Her distinctive and unusual subjects and gritty techniques make her images instantly recognisable, even amongst the...

Posted by: Lobster
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Inspiration

Women in Photography: Dorothea Lange

“That frame of mind that you need to make fine pictures of a very wonderful subject, you cannot do it by not being lost yourself.” No other photographer captured the struggles, emotions and consequences of the great depression era than...

Posted by: Lobster
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Inspiration

Women in Photography: Gerda Taro

Gerda Taro is a name that many do not know, but perhaps one that they should. Born Gerta Pohorylle to a Jewish family in Stuttgart, Gerda would become one of the first female photojournalists to cover a war from the frontlines, and tragically would...

Posted by: Lobster
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Inspiration

Traiblazers: Striking still life photography with Matthew Town

After graduating, Matthew Town’s portrait work was published in the British Journal of Photography, The Guardian and exhibited in Daniel Cooney’s emerging artist exhibition in New York. Impresive. But slowly Matthew's interest was turning...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Everyday truths in the photography of Sophie Harris-Taylor

Sophie Harris-Taylor is an emerging photographer from London whose work explores both the relationships we have with ourselves and those we have with others. Truth and honesty are common themes in her work, as reflected in her decision to shoot only...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Creative Review Photography Annual now open for entries

We're very happy to announce that Creativepool have come on board as a media partner for the CR Photography Annual this year. The Creative Review Photography Annual 2015 is now open for entries, accepting work from students and independent...

Posted by: Creative Review
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Advice

Photography 411: Orientation and viewpoint

It might seem obvious, which way up to hold your camera, but there’s a lot more to orientation and viewpoint than simply not taking too many pictures of your feet. Change where you are in relation to your subject or how you frame them and you...

Posted by: Fotolia
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Inspiration

Macro photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

Russian based photographer Alexey Kljatov takes us on an incredible magical journey to discover the true beauty and uniqueness of every snowflakes. Capturing individual snowflakes on a glass surface or woollen fabrics and then lighting them by an...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

Now And Then. Photography of NYC

Marc Hermann is a professional news photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. After several years of casually dabbling in video and post-production, Hermann picked up a still camera in 1996, at the age of 14, and has been hooked ever since....

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

Amazing Macro Photography Of The Human Eye

When I think of an eye, (which I find to be the most interesting part of the human body), I think of a smooth, flat surface... I am very wrong! Photographer Suren Manvelyan shows us just how textured they can be with this unique series of images....

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

Incredible Photography Self Portraits by 14-Year-Old Boy

We are blown away by talent! Especially when it comes from a teenager! Zev from Massachusetts is only 14-years-old and is already taking the photography world by storm with his unique and simply stunning photo manipulations. Going by the nickname...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

CP Loves... Eye of the beholder. History's most powerful photography.

by Magnus Shaw The internet is full of hyperbole. Social media in particular. 'The funniest video ever!', 'The best song of all time!' - in a rush to draw attention to their tiny corner of the web, users understandably become overexcited and...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Advertising

Top Hires of the Week

Leo Burnett Melbourne Leo Burnett Melbourne has announced a new line-up in its creative department with the appointment of four new Creative Directors - deepening the agency's core offering as a creative solutions company. Chris Jovanov, Jess...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Account Wins of the Week

innovision - Pride in London Pride in London has appointed innovision as its new production partner for 2018. The exciting new partnership follows confirmation from the Mayor of London that Pride in London has been re-appointed to organise The...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Design

Rebrand Roundup: New designers, the RAF, feeling super and other stories

Village Green - New Designers Graduate show New Designers has unveiled a new visual identity, featuring imagery that depicts a mishmash of brightly coloured materials and objects. Now in its 33rd year, the two-week-long graduate show highlights the...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Events

DWA brings you the April Creative Calendar

In this topsy-turvy world, deciding when and where to invest one’s time and energy is of critical importance. Especially for creatives and other entrepreneurs where the need to be strategic and innovative is constant, conferences, festivals and...

Posted by: The Darnell Works Agency
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Advertising

Top Hires of the Week

Sibling Rivalry Award-winning production company Sibling Rivalry has bolstered its directorial roster by signing on renowned commercial, documentary and short narrative filmmaker, Sandra Winther. With a style that melds documentary and narrative...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Design

GIFs, Cinemagraphs & Ballerinas

The GIF turned 30 last year and yet this simplistic medium continues to evolve and amaze. At first GIF's, relegated to flashy, pixelated pop-up ads that made your eyes bleed, were shunned by any sophisticated designer. Now, advancements in mobile,...

Posted by: Phillip Powdrill

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