London based photographer, Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, has created a 12 month calendar inspired by retro calendars featuring 1940s pinup girls. Except the girls aren’t wearing clothes—they’re wearing milk! Very fast milk.
Frozen with high speed strobes, each image is layered from hundreds of photographs capturing splashes on real models using real milk. Inspired by iconic images from artists like Gil Elvgren, Wieczorkiewicz shoots up to 200 frames to complete an image. The frames are then layered in Photoshop and combined seamlessly to complete the dress.
In this short video, photojournalist Richard I’Anson explains what to look for, how to prepare for travel and the shot, and how to take great travel photographs.
Photographer and IT analyst Vangelis Bagiatis was born in 1978 and lives and works in Athens, Greece. He dedicates most of his free time to photography.
His recent work creates moody, abstract, surreal scenes with a Lensbaby Composer, which seems like the ideal tool to realise his creative inspiration.
Here are more of Bagiatis’ atmospheric images for your viewing pleasure… be sure to click to view larger versions…
Like to learn how to photograph food like a pro? Then check out this short video tutorial from David Loftus for some great introductory tips about styling and composition:
Whether you’re a professional photographer, an enthusiastic amateur, or simply a curious person with an iPhone and the desire to experiment with photography, this book is for you.
Craft & Vision has just released their new FREE photography eBook, Craft & Vision 2: More Great Ways to Make Stronger Photographs!
This 45-page PDF eBook was put together by six excellent Craft & Vision authors as a gift to the photography community they so passionately serve. Inside you’ll find articles highlighting unique ways to improve your photography: