Still Life photography may have a simple definition, but the preparation necessary for creating great imagery in this field is anything but. Check out the best ways to approach this genre of photography — and what photo editors look for when hiring for these types of shoots.
Brooklyn-based Janelle Bendycki’s work with Abercrombie Kids captures candid conversations with kids about what Black History Month means to them. The images showcase a collaboration between Abercrombie Kids and young artist Morrah Burton-Edwards while serving as a powerful vehicle for continued discussions about racial equity and representation.
Greenville, South Carolina’s Studio Dispatch (Will Crooks, and Tara Davis) is a creative duo with an affinity for bright colors. In their latest work for Feetures, the team captures the brand’s new Prism and Garden Party line of socks in-studio, using their signature style and colorful backdrops to give the products a fresh, light-hearted creative direction.
The ‘Crescent City’ is known for its jazz music and historic architecture, but its true character is embodied by its uniquely southern food and the experiences it offers on its streets. In his new book project, Dick Patrick gives us an insider look at his hometown through a New Orleans native’s eyes.
Blake Jorgenson teams up with Wonderful Machine consultants to compile an extensive list of more than 100 new contacts. The Vancouver-based photographer ended up pitching a recent RAM Truck commission to many of these prospective clients.
Celebrating one year of Creative Coaching, Jemma Dilag talks about their time working with Woodstock, Georgia-based photographer Andrew Waters. After a year of working on self-assigned projects and tightening up his website, Andrew and Jemma are now shifting gears to focus on marketing!
As in February, we saw gains across most of the basic site metrics during the month of March, the last month our site was hosted on Expression Engine. Starting at the beginning of April, we’ve switched over to WordPress.