Cubist, Inception-esque, so-freakin’-cool! Call it what you will.
He collages Picasso-esque buildings by digitally breaking up buildings and rotating the pieces into a totally new structure.
It’s his way of seeing the world anew and pushing the limits of what’s possible. (Awesomely, he made it a reality with this real life deconstructed house!)
If you’re inspired by these deconstructed houses, try your hand at panography, make a digital Picasso, or take advantage of Photoshop CS6′s content-aware fill tool, which lets you pick up and move objects in photos super easily.
Prom, graduation, senior trips. It’s the end of the school year, and you’ve got the pictures to prove all those feats of studying, playing, and saying goodbye!
The only downside to summer? Everyone disperses!
Here’s how to keep in touch with your friends using what you love most — your photos.
Don’t let those photos just sit and gather digital dust. Check out these tips for creative ways to share those kodak moments from the past year and through the summer.
4×6, 5×7, 8×10: ahh, the sacred sizes of photo prints.
Well, not anymore: Photo, meet Mr. Scissor.
Yup, for this DIY, we’re giving you permission to cut up your fave photograph.
But don’t worry, this tutorial isn’t out to hurt your precious photo. We’re gonna show you how cutting your pic up can turn it into a one-of-a-kind photo art piece that you’ll want to display on your wall.
It’s time to think outside the standard ol’ print size.
p.s. Guess what! Our buddies at PosterXXL are having an awesome deal on custom photo iPhone cases. Better nab one before it’s over!
Published on June 7, 2012 — See more DIY
If you give a one-year-old a camera, what would he photograph? The inside of his mouth? A binky? The world from 25 inches off the ground?
The 100 Project will show you. It’s the newest project from the folks who brought you the Disposable Memory Project. They’re sending 100 disposable cameras to 100 people from ages 1 to 100!
Each person will document a week of their life, answering questions like what’s life like through a 99-year-old’s eyes?
They’re on the search for people in every age group, so you can apply to be a part of it! Check out the 100 so far.
The one-year-old’s already published his photos, so the rest of us kiddos better catch up!
Let’s be honest: you’re only excited to look at a clock when you’re waiting for it signal the end of a long day. And those clocks usually aren’t much to look at.
This DIY will make you happy to see what time it is, at any time of the day. Make a clock that uses your fabulous framed photos for each hour.
It’s an easy project that we think you’ll have a fantastic time with.
Digital clocks will be wishing they were analog!
p.s. Our pals at Lensbaby make this *amazing* lens called The Muse. You can squeeze and bend it to move around your photo’s sweet spot of focus!
Published on May 31, 2012 — See more DIY
Leaving the house with your DSLR means never leaving your lenses or extra battery behind.
Now, the same goes for your iPhone!
Published on May 29, 2012 — See more Buy This
Prom photo-ops have traditionally come in two flavors.
1) A camera-wielding parent on the front porch 2) The dude your high school hired arranging your arms into awkward poses.
You can shoot a mean photo, so why not try your hand at playing photographer for the night? For a kickstart, we put together a guide for prom photos that are as cool and fun as you are.
Learn how to levitate in photos or how to make your own photobooth for a post-prom party.
You only get to go to prom once (or twice, if you’re cool like that). So make photos that’ll wow your date and will be awesome to look at years later!
You never thought it could be, but your iPhone and your DSLR have called a truce.
Thanks to the ioShutter Camera Remote your iPhone’s joining forces with your camera to shoot in six rad ways.
So what is it? It’s a cord/app combo that lets you use your iPhone/iPad/iPod to set up a motion-trigger, sound-trigger, time-lapse, timer, or bulb mode on your camera.
Suddenly, your iPhone’s the best photo assistant you’ve ever had with impeccable taste in music to boot!
p.s. Photojojo’s hiring! We’re seeking a buyer and writer to work with our fun team of photo lovers in San Francisco.
Published on May 21, 2012 — See more Buy This
Getting a once-in-a-lifetime shot is every photographer’s dream, but having those shots tainted by blur can be gut-wrenching.
While you might not be able to choose when these prize shots come your way, you can make sure you’re ready for them with some choice equipment and a little technique.
Your photos will be so sharp you’ll be able to slice tomatoes with them! Odd? Yes. Sharp? Awesome!
Tattoos are reserved for the badasses of the world.
You? You’re a special kind of badass, a photographer with a keen eye for good design.
Tina Roth Eisenberg (SwissMiss) commissioned three artists for The Tattly Camera Tattoo Set, a set of 12 camera-loving temporary tattoos wrapped in a dapper gift box.
Geek out your bad self with old school Polaroid cameras, rangefinders, TLRs and black and white aperture shutters.
Published on May 14, 2012 — See more Buy This
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