Archive for July, 2011

Cole Barash New Website Launch

Click Image To Check His New Site


Jeff Proctor is having an art show!

Mr. Jeff Proctor has a solo show opening First Thursday, August 4th at Breeze Block Gallery. Come on down and support him!

If you want to see more of his work, check out is website.


Artists Republic For Tomorrow

Mark your calendars! This should be an awesome show.

Wish i could join!

 


Hernan Paganini Designing Product Photography

As someone who spends a lot of time in the studio with stylists and product I completely sympathies with the countless hours of folding and throwing, re-folding, creasing and bending to make this still life item feel as if it is moving naturally and perfectly at the same time. A weird way to think about fabric and other interesting textures but its the life of a product photographer and stylist. However difficult it is to make the product hang/fold perfectly, conceptualizing ways to show the product without being on a person or mannequin is the hardest part of the job. Hernan Paganini’s series for Catalogue Magazine takes an awesome and fresh approach to product as still life art. He approached each item as a piece of art itself, then built individual installations per item with colors and textures that reflect and compliment the individual piece resulting in a series both designers and photogrpahers can appreciate!



Camera Bag TV

This is an amazing video series that gives a glimpse behind the work of photographers from around the world. They interview both new and iconic photographers, a ton of eye candy and tips if you listen closely. it is truly inspiring, they have interviews with photographers such as, Tim Barber, Jimmy Fontaine, Dan Martensen, Frank Ockenfels, Magdalena Wosinska and more!


HCSC Session 2: SUCCESS!

Looks like the second session of Mt Hood’s HCSC rocked! Only a few more sessions to go till photo camp.

HCSC 2011: Session 2 Recap from High Cascade Snowboard Camp on Vimeo.


Photography For Dummies

With a visually appealing layout for those creatives who want to know what the different functions of your camera actually do. Seriously, take the camera off auto and make the photo your own. Check more out at Living In The Stills.