Grace Almera merges fine art conceptual fantasy and fashion photography to bring surreal dream worlds to life. Here’s how she blends imaginative concepts with elaborate costumes to tell stories of far-off places and fairy tale characters.
I can’t tell you how many times just trying one thing can make the difference. It could be just asking someone, experimenting with something, or just having fun, but just trying something new can take you away on down the road.
My main habits are paying attention, both to life and my emotions that accompany it – that’s the main source of my inspiration for my art. I want my art to be a by-product of living, not the focus, and I think that’s where it’s easy to get lost.
Grant Legan has shot for GQ, J. Crew, and Coach, making him a fashionable forerunner among today’s most prolific traveling visual storytellers. We discuss the differences between the creative community in LA and Chicago, and his next career move.
O. Luna Navarro opens up about her journey into photography that began in her home country of Venezuela. Her work has led to mentorship opportunities with Jason Kibbler in New York, and shoots around the world.
Felix Hernandez creates imaginative photos inspired by his “pre-programmed” dreams. He believes great images are not created with great gear, but with great imagination, and explains how he dreams up his ideas.
Kate Woodman defines her style as cinematic conceptual photography. While most of her paid commissions are in fashion and portraiture, Kate hesitates to identify as a fashion photographer. She’s less interested in fashion trends and more interested in telling a story.
While most of his portfolio reveals photos of musical artists in the heat of performance, another project has been stealing this photographer’s time. Read our interview with Justin Eisner to find out what he’s been doing with an old box of his grandfather’s slides.
Specializing in portraits of people’s everyday lives across Asia, Dewi Natalia strives to capture beauty across different cultures to change the way we see each other. Today, we talk to Dewi about her goals and her creative process as she travels and shoots.
As an artist and designer, April has altered the user experience of the fortune cookie, caused unsuspecting pedestrians to look twice at street signage, and coded a bot to tweet out food-inspired romance.
Photojournalist Matthew James Harrison has worked with the BBC, National Geographic, Nike, and Adidas. Here, Matthew offers photography business tips like how to start new endeavors, and how and when to turn down work.
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