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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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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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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...

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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...

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A Kind of Magic: Freddie Mercury through Richard Young's lens

To mark last week’s release of Bohemian Rhapsody, the cinematic tale of Freddie Mercury and Queen, we spoke to photographer Richard Young about documenting the singer’s dazzling live performances, lavish parties, and quiet, candid...

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Events

Are you in need of the Tapestry Treatment?

Ready for a Halloween Makeover? Enter for a chance to win the Tapestry Treatment and a £75 Selfridges voucher We're offering the opportunity to have your image transformed this Halloween using the magic of post production! No dressing up or props...

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Inspiration

Don’t let the obsession kill you

Ever since I remember I was always obsessed with something. The first obsession I remember taking over me was collecting Lego sets at a very young age. It drove my dad insane, because living in post-communist Poland western Lego sets were pretty...

Posted by: Przemek
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News

What happens when you blow the doors open?

Picfair is a revolutionary combination of experiments that might just change an entire industry. The first experiment is in openness. Image licensing has been a closed door for decades - despite living through the biggest proliferation of images in...

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Advice

Which roll?

So you've just gotten your first 35mm camera and you want to start shooting; Which type of film do you use, is there a difference between them, and what film is still being made? For most first-time film users, it's an easy shout to go the 35mm...

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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Up close and personal with Nastia Cloutier

Nastia Cloutier-Ignatiev is a 19 year old portrait, fashion and beauty photographer based in Montreal. Despite her young age, she already has a roster of successful clients and an impressive Instagram following all captivated by her unique, highly...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Exploring a dark romanticism with Elizaveta Porodina

In her experimental fashion and fine art photography, Elizaveta Porodina effortlessly extracts the underlying emotions from her subjects to produce captivating images that make her the modern-day master of dark romanticism. Based in Munich,...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Inspiration

Paperboyo: Clearly cut out for success

Richard McCormack - aka @Paperboyo on Instagram - is a man on a mission; a mission to interpret famous landmarks in an original and ingenious way. Like a non-permanent graffiti artist, he is the cardboard cut-out equivalent of Banksy. Certainly his...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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Events

The LPA Futures Photographers

LPA Futures is a division of the Lisa Pritchard Agency which supports and promotes the next generation of commercial photographers. We had a fantastic response to this year’s competition and the standard of entries was exceptionally high across...

Posted by: Lisa Pritchard
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Trends

Marketing for Success

Ukranian photographer Tetiana has all the correct ingredients for successful photography. Specialising in images of delicious looking food she also dabbles in still life photography and her portfolio is a nod to current popular themes which she...

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Trends

Ant Tales

Stock Photographer Andrey Pavlov has one of the most thematically dedicated and unique Fotolia portfolios specialising in the photography of ants in fairytale like situations. Unbelievably, despite the photos looking as if they have been photoshopped...

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Trends

Sports in the Future: over to you

Win fantastic prizes by challenging this month’s TEN collaborative design duo: German photographer Paul Ripke and British digital illustrator Nik Ainley.There are two aspects to the competition: one for photographers, the other for graphic...

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Trends

TEN Collection S3 Interview with Paul Ripke

Hamburg-based photographer Paul Ripke is a self-confessed autodidact, having never formally studied his craft - he’s completely self-taught.Perhaps this is why he’s so practical about his photography, telling us from the start that,...

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News

Bailey's Stardust

David Bailey was appointed as fashion photographer for British Vogue in 1960 where he shot over 800 pages of fashion editorial in just one year and along with Terence Donovan and Brain Duffy, captured the essence of the 'Swinging London' of the 60's....

Posted by: Jessica Hazel
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Inspiration

Shake It, Shake It! Hilarious High-Speed Photographs of Dogs

Photographer Carli Davidson just released a book of her dog shaking high-speed photography appropriately enough called "Shake." We love dogs in the office here, so we thought it would be fitting to do a little humorous post on them. Cat related...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

I Can't Believe This Is One Photograph.

We all know Photoshop, and we all know that no photo nowadays can be guaranteed to be in its original form. The image below is a perfect example of this. That’s four separate images edited into one right? It’s obviously photoshopped, and...

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Inspiration

Photographer Seamlessly Connects Landscapes and Clothes

British photographer Joseph Ford, has created an excellent series of images that join clothing and aerial landscape photos into one. With the help of art director Stephanie Buisseret and stylists Mario Faundez and Almut Vogel some shots amazingly...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

Menno Aden's light bulb view

Rooms devoid of humans take on a life of their own under the watchful gaze of Menno Aden's camera, situated in the same position as a lightbulb, casting light and maintaining a unique perspective on a space. Photobooths, shops, bedrooms and lifts...

Posted by: Jessica Hazel
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Inspiration

Michael Wolf's Mega Cities

By Jessica Hazel Michael Wolf is a photographer who was born in Munich and now lives in Hong Kong. His life's work is focused on life in mega cities, inspired by the time he has spent in Hong Kong since moving there in 1994. From 1994-2001 Wolf...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

#Trends. Cam-whoring

by Jessica Hazel. According to the Urban Dictionary the term 'Cam-Whoring' can have one of three possible meanings: 1. 'To take pictures of either yourself and/or with your friends excessively'. 2. 'The act of taking pictures of oneself with...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

Clare Bishop

- View Clare's Creativepool profile here Website: clarelouisebishop.com "Clare is a creative retoucher based in London. Having for sometime worked for creative studios around London, both freelance and in-house, she made the daunting leap of starting...

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Features

Spotlight - Chris Hannah - Art Director

- View Chris's Creativepool profile ‘Network, but don't be pushy. You're more likely to find work through people you know' How long have you been a Freelancer for? Around three years. Describe your work in one sentence. Freelance Art...

Posted by: Creativepool

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