New marvelous portraits by Kai Böttcher, multi-talented photographer and digital artist, who currently studies Virtual Design at Kaiserslautern, Germany. Kai shoots gorgeous beauty and lifestyle portraits with great colors, incredible bokeh, amazing tones and lights. Pretty awesome!
We all want to expand our knowledge, learn something new, prove our worth and move up the ladder. How do you get started? Knowing the right company that fits your culture, passion, and industry is the first step. But once you find the right company, how do you work your way up? Source: Take these … Continue reading Take these steps to grow your career in the new year
Julien Gaquère, alias Jigé , is a self-taught artist who works at the Jouret workshop in Roubaix. His drawings in multiple shapes and colors are sometimes figurative, sometimes abstract, where characters and strange animals intertwine. Source: Cute and Colorful Characters by Jigé
The contact sheet has a rich place in the history of photography. Long before the days of digital, the positive print of negatives allowed you to see all of the images on a roll of film as a page of thumbnails. Source: Photographer Transforms Everyday Subjects Into Fractured Versions of Themselves
De-stress - Get outdoors: Yes the weather outside is frightful, but that’s no reason to stay cooped up in the house or office. New Jersey is home to more than 50 state parks and numerous other sites for outdoor activities. On any smaller scale, a dose of fresh air can help to relieve stress and … Continue reading 10 Ways to De-stress in the New Year
Description & details Here we have a nice collection of 30 free icons that capture the beauty and diversity of people and cultures around the world. All icons were crafted with great attention to details and come in multiple sizes and formats. If you enjoy this free sample, be sure to check out the full collection of Diversity Avatars. Format: … Continue reading Diversity Avatars: 30 Free Icons
I created these illustrations from a number of old newspapers from the 1960's. The images have been isolated from travel sections of newspapers. They are lovely and clean when viewed on their own.
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Dedicated to the love of my life. Enjoying every trip we make together and full of anticipation to our first travel to Scotland in April. Btw. the title is from one of my favourite songs of all time. "Such Great Heights" from The Postal Service.
Amirhossein by Babak Fatholahi Portrait with iranian actor , Amirhossein Fathi Photo - BabakFatholahi Join me on instagram / Behance / My Facebook Page Babak Fatholahi: Photos Source: Amirhossein by Babak Fatholahi
The Tear by Bob Cargin Photography Copyright Bob Cargin Bob Cargin Photography: Photos Source: The Tear by Bob Cargin Photography
Smile Inducing Portrait Photography ibby Jan 13, 2017 Our heartstrings received a big tug when we came upon a collection of portrait photography shot by Turkish travel photographer Mehmet Genç . We're a bit late to pick up on the work but couldn't resist sharing such a moving project that will surely bring a smile … Continue reading Smile Inducing Portrait Photography
Hello and Happy New Year to you all. I am going to keep the writing here somewhat brief. I will let the images do most of the speaking for me. I moved further up in Longitude with regards to the skin tones this month. Here are the reference photos I used. Source: Portraits and Skin … Continue reading Portraits and Skin Tones Part 2
I found a new piece of street art on the corner of Goddard Street and Bailey Street, Newtown. I would love to know who she is, I was thinking Etta James or Nina Simone. Any help here would be greatly appreciated.
Originally posted in 2014 I first thought of the benefits of a studio dog when I visited The Distillery in Surry Hills, and I met Noftus, their golden retriever studio dog. He was so friendly, well behaved and played well with others, I thought 'We can do that'. Toby was already two years old by … Continue reading The Benefits of a Studio Dog