John Wilhelm features intricate compositions of wacky scenarios in his photos — everything from riding on the back of a rabbit through the snow to battling an octopus during bath time.
“If you’re so worried about the final image, you’re not going to get it. If you’re in the moment, for the sake of being in the moment, you’re going to get the image you really want.” Read more about Jarrod Renaud in today’s excerpt from The Photographic Journal interview.
The theme for this week’s #TwitterTuesday was #Hugs.
“We believe in a world changed through community and collaboration in the arts.” February’s Concept Collaboration, “The Spiral,” shows how to break from the mundane and routine.
The theme for last week’s #FlickrFriday was: #Dilemma. We got a lot of great submissions! Thank you all for the great photos, and here are […]
Troy Holden has a deep connection to the history of street photography in San Francisco, where he has met and been inspired by icons of the genre.
Jason Travis is the artist behind “Persona,” a long-running photo series that features a portrait of an individual alongside a tabletop view of the contents of that person’s bag, neatly organized. Watch The Weekly Flickr to learn more about this fascinating project.
You took off your shoes for #TwitterTuesday! Here is a selection of our favorites.
It’s Twitter Tuesday! We want to see pictures that really sweep us off our feet. Foot, feet, footstep, footprint… Take off your shoes, scan your […]