Pretty sure if you 👀 up the word “summer” in the dictionary you’ll find this image. Josie, 2019 TLF camper, created this stunner during her camp session last year. ❤️ Online camps, for middle + high schoolers, start on Monday. Link in bio!
Neil Carpenter took our online Night and Low Light Photography class last month. These images are wow, @neil.b.carpenter! Next session for this class starts next week.
Join us! Link in bio.
Night and Low Light Photo Online Class
Starts May 21st
File this under things to look forward to, Self-Portraits at Home with @civilward, a new TLF class that starts May 29th. This class is centered around taking captivating self-portraits at home with available lighting at hand: no speed lights or special equipment, just household lamps with tungsten bulbs.
Link w/ details + to register in bio.
Learn more about further design options – with Eclipse photometric accessories. Matthew Cobham explains the diverse lenses and accessories for additional light distributions, adapted spectra and greater visual comfort. A great feature of course is that you can tool-free mount all of the accessories. Supplement your light distribution with up to 3 components.
Micah Cash is teaching our online smartphone photography mini-workshop on May 11. (That’s Monday for folks who can keep track of what day it is right now.)
So, who is this @micahcash? We met Micah in 2015 as one of our Annuale winners. His work has been exhibited throughout N. America and Europe. He has also published two books, the latest book, “Waffle House Vistas,” was published by @bittersoutherner.
It’s true, we’re complete fangirls of Micah and his work.
Come hang out with us on Monday—meet Micah and learn all the smartphone photography tips and tricks. Link in bio.
È tutta una questione di #texture
Quando si progetta una partecipazione, non si guarda solo alla grafica, si sta in realtà progettando una “sensazione”.
E le sensazioni non solo arrivano dalla vista, ma anche dal tatto.
Ecco perché le texture, il tocco dei materiali, delle stampe, non sono mai da sottovalutare; ed ecco perché spesso si sovrappongono materiali diversi.
E spesso è proprio la texture che fa la differenza fra un prodotto di qualità e uno mediocre.