5 Factors that can Influence Your Photography

Whilst photographers in Winnipeg may be in the dozens, but not everyone with a camera is a professional or knows how to toy with it. There are a lot of things that need to be taken care of for one to be able to click a memorable shot. It’s not just fitting the lens and…

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3 Important Areas to Consider When Resizing a Photo

Do you need to resize one of the photos that you snapped? Perhaps you intend to publish some of your photographs online and need to fit them into a certain set of dimensions, or maybe you want to submit them to a photography competition where all photos must be of a particular size? While there…

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Artist Interview: Alessio Trerotoli, Ubran Melodies and beyond

It always has been a pleasure to promote brilliant artists and a privilege to discover new talents. We met Alessio and his work through our submission art section.  He is an Italian photographer who travels around the world and creates stunning street photography. His latest project is called Urban Melodies and captures the beauty of…

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The Raw Beauty of Motherhood – The Honest Body Project by Natalie McCain

Maternity and Motherhood are two of the most beautiful stages in a woman’s life. Creating, carrying and protecting a human being until it’s ready to face the outside world is something so ravishing that it should be celebrated everyday. However, it appears that our society today, instead of applauding mothers and telling them what astonishing…

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Strobe Lightning Patterns in Photography

When it comes to photography, some might think it is a fairly limited passion. If you are one of those people, we have some news flash. Photography is a complex art and it takes time, talent and perseverance to master it. We’ve met so many photographers with a great eye and creative ideas. We’ve seen…

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Project Highlight: Shot Proof

We’ve met Rachel through a previous submission, her Polaroid inspired project was a great find. She manages to find a universal language trough her art. Her work resonates with people and finds a common ground for appreciation. We really liked her latest series: a mix of emotions, cleverness and talent that tackle a really sensitive…

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Project Highlight: Polavoid, Juxtaposed Photographs

One of the recent received submissions was from Rachael Elizabeth Broadhurst. She’s a photographer based in the South West of England. She specializes in wedding photography, event photography and exhibition art pieces. She founded Martian Arts Images, a bespoke photography service. She has been featured in many profile magazines, she collaborated with big companies and…

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Artist Interview: Katharina Fitz About Photography in a Socio-Political Context

When artists present us their work they introduce us into a new world, a different perspective, a new approach. We’re thrilled when you submit art to be featured on our blog and we are more than happy to get to know you as an artist. On one of these fortunate encounters we’ve met Katharina Fitz,…

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Artist Interview: Keiko McCartney with Insights on Photography

It was our pleasure to discover Keiko’s work when she first submitted her work to be featured on our blog. She’s Spanish, she’s 22 years old and has an extraordinary talent for photography. Currently she’s a freelance photographer and writer. To find out more about her journey and discover her amazing work, she was kind…

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Lit Up Bodysapes Turned Into Amazing Photography

In life usually there are two approaches. In the first one you spent a lot of time, you make efforts to understand and have an aching desire to find your calling and for some it work for some it does not. The second approach is how I like to call it the “lucky strike”. Meaning…

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Turning The Human Body Into 2D Painting

The trend in the art world shifts towards art installations which conquer space. From prints to paintings, nail art and many more, there was a serious struggle to build 3D art. And among this revolution of escaping the canvas and what several have thought to be restraints, there are a few artist who think in…

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Willard Suitcases, Unpacking The Lives Of Asylum Patients

Jon Crispin’s photographic effort is quite peculiar. He started two Kickstarter campaign to help him achieve in what is one of the most emotional galleries about asylum patients. Willard Psychiatric Center was closed in 1995 by New York State Office of Mental Health and was transformed in a rehabilitation center. During this shift one employee…

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