If you are into photography or you already are a professional photographer, you probably want to have your own studio. Creating the perfect photo studio is a daunting task that largely depends on the photographer. There are many great photo studios that give photographers great results. Having your own photo studio allows you to really focus on the art form and you can take as many pictures as you want.
Everyone wants to be the next Christopher Nolan, or the next Martin Scorsese, or the next Steven Spielberg, but it took them countless hours of practice and learning to develop the skills that helped them become household names for filmmaking. Just like you, they were dedicated to the craft of filmmaking. This dedication takes years to achieve, but it’s not impossible. Natural skill can only get you so far, so
These days people take photos on an almost daily basis. They post pictures of their meals on Facebook or regularly create selfies. Whilst some such pictures are simply used for the moment, others are made to capture enduring memories. They could be anything from photos of newborn babies to the bride and groom on their special day. Added to that are holiday pictures or portraits of friends and pets. Some
Photography is fast becoming one of the world’s most popular hobbies to engage in. Not only does it encourage creativity but it also allows you to capture precious moments and remember them for years to come. Anyone can pick up a camera, point, and click, which is one of the beauties of photography. To become a pro, however, takes much time and dedication. This doesn’t mean it’s out of reach,
Last night, Caitlyn Jenner, Charlize Theron, Demi Moore, Sharon Stone, Rumer Willis, and more attended the exhibit opening of Annenberg Space for Photography’s Vanity Fair: Hollywood Calling – The Stars, The Parties and The Powerbrokers, co-hosted by chairman of the board, president, and CEO of The Annenberg Foundation Wallis Annenberg and editor in chief of Vanity Fair Radhika Jones. The exhibit showcases iconic images, cover shoots, and behind-the-scenes moments from
Los Angeles-based photographer Marcus Hyde held his “Girls On Film” release party at the TIMES10 and Popular Demand Compound in Burbank on Saturday, July 28th. Hyde is recently notable for shooting Fendi’s latest campaign featuring 3 generations of Kardashians. The private event boasted 350 hand-picked guests, a theatre screening of a collection of Hyde’s film work, arcade games, and blown up images from the book. Notable attendees: Kim Kardashian, Kanye
Diesel and Scott Lipps hosted a viewing party to celebrate the photography exhibition “Rocks Not Dead” at Sunset Tower. Rock Royalty and Young Hollywood gathered to preview the exhibition, featuring photographs taken by Scott Lipps of Courtney Love, Anthony Kiedis, The Kills, The Struts, Brandon Boyd, Wild Belle, Cassie, James Goldstein, Keanu Reeves and Matt Sorum (check out the photos HERE). This partnership stems from a long-standing relationship between Diesel
Last night, adidas Originals and celebrated streetwear retailer, UNDFTD, kicked-off a week-long residency ‘Forever Developing’ — a photographic survey that features the curated works of 12 Los Angeles creatives. In collaboration with street photographers Brian Willette, Cole Younger and Marilyn Hue, the 12 emerging artists were challenged to create their own unique stories with a one film camera and one roll of film, all in one day. The resulting ‘Forever
This past weekend, adidas Originals launched the first installment of its two-part ‘NMD’ Immersive Photo Gallery Experience curated by the legendary street photographer, Estevan Oriol in Los Angeles. Representing the future of urban exploration, adidas Originals’ NMD embodies the spirit of the nomad and those who use the streets as their canvas. With the aim to empower future street photographers, Oriol and colleagues Brian Willette and Cole Younger took to
The launch of Nu Muses was the talk of the town in Miami during Art Basel. The event began at 6:30pm when all 12 of the NU MUSES arrived to walk the black carpet. Both Steve Shaw and David Bellemere stepped in the photos with the girls all smiling and laughing. As you walked into the gallery, the black curtained tunnel lead you to the 24 stunning images blown up.