Take a look at why you need a little monochrome madness. Stripped to its essence, a monochrome photograph forces you to be creative, to interpret the world as you will in this most unrealistic way of seeing.
Sometimes, blur is beautiful. Find out how to make creative photos with bokeh.
Get mad about monochrome! Find out ways to make your black and white images speak volumes, this week in our Imagine That Photography Tribe Week 10 Module.
We’ve got street photography, landscape, abstraction, nature photography and some macro. Check out this beautiful collection of images from our Week 8 Module, “Finding Your Balance.”
Here’s a simple way to set up and shoot some natural light portraits. All you need is some light streaming through a window and you’ll be channeling Rembrandt.
Photo Essay: A Lens in Little India, Singapore by Vincent Ng, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Lunch Break at Uni Texas, Austin by Cyndi Louden, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Seeing Cebu by Einstein Lavina, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Missoula on My Mind by Cynthia Swidler, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Getting the Car to Go by Schalk Ras, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Exploring Koh Sark Island, Thailand by Ker Geok Lan, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Just a couple days ago, I traveled without a dSLR. And fell in love with photography all over again. Find out why the iPhone is one of the handiest cameras around.
Images are more exciting when they’re not symmetrical. Find out why, and how to create dynamic balance in your images in this week’s module.
Module 6 showed some creative composition with fixed lighting. Interpretations were creative! Check it out.
The challenge in travel photography is to get a sense of place. Learn some techniques for storytelling shots that will transform the way you see the place where you live, in this ambitious module from Imagine That!