5 Tips for a Newbie Photographer: How to Make Your Photos Look Simple But Professional

Photography for beginners Learning how to take a great photo takes some instinct and natural talent. As an academic pursuit, this might seem as challenging as writing an essay. But rest assured that taking a fantastic picture doesn’t require that you be a seasoned photographer. After all, even the best photographers started off as students…

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3 Tips to Create Stunning Black and White Photos

Black and white photography has a long and storied history, and till today many photographers consider it an excellent medium. Because of that many photographers often convert their color photos to black and white using filters that are built-in to digital cameras, or using photo editors. Irrespective of the method that you’re using, there are…

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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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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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Sonja du Toit’s Eerie Photography

Freelance photographer and graphic designer Sonja du Toit shoots powerful and dark images in her studio based in South Africa. With an inclination towards gothic art, her pieces capture mostly mysterious and eerie portraits. Like this series, an episode of  an other-worldly, fantasy like “lady octopus”, who seems to be absorbed or transformed in the…

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Francesca Marcaccio Captures Unconcious Nostalgia in Floating Nest Project

Floating Nest is a project by Francesca Marcaccio which explores the relation between the nostalgia of leaving home and the objects that we attach ourselves to in our intimate spaces. By photographing people in bedrooms, their most private spaces, the artist aims to portray how they use their personal belongings in order to define their personal…

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Digital Paintings by Dorothee Golz

Dorothee Golz, Vienna-based photographer, sculptor, illustrator and artist is the author behind “Digital paintings”, a series combining famous portraits from the Renaissance era onto bodies and settings from nowadays. The reality from the two time periods are compared and combined in a series of challenging paintings that would fit the most avid art fan and…

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New Fashion Shoots by Barbaros Cangürgel: Maleficent and Gas in the Park

Barbaros Cangürgel is one of the many artists we’ve covered on Mole Empire. A cinema student based in Turkey, Barbaros has come to our attention with his contemplative photography, which he calls “visual data”. Today we’re featuring two of his most recent photographic series: “Walt Disney” and “Gas in the Park”. If you liked the…

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The Animal Print

There are many times when you want to show the wild animal that lives inside of you. It may be when you’re posing for one of those hot Nashville photographers, or just when you want to party in a club. Every girl has those crazy moments when she wants to look hot, confident and loud….

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Females and Flowers in “Fiorile” by Cristiana Gasparotto

Cristiana Gasparotto is an Italian born photographer who currently lives and works in Madrid. With a background in history and literature, the artist found in photography a powerful and appropriate medium for her emotional experiences. Some time ago, I started to observe the light through my camera and explore new personal territories to investigate the…

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