Featuring a photo from Noah Feldklipp, we discuss how creepiness in photography can be enhanced by taking advantage of or playing to deeply rooted culture; pop-culture, specifically. It is the photography equivalent to fan-fiction.
Let’s get creepy by capturing repetition in a way where the light plays tricks with us and things are disorienting. Like this month’s photo by David Van Bael which is mesmerizing and haunting at the same time.
We explore ruins and abandoned structures for this month’s common photo theme. We learn to see the inner beauty of the otherwise ugly spaces littered with rust, peeling paint and dirt.
Light can be used to tell a story, but understanding how best to capture it in a photograph requires us to understand exactly how light behaves. Hint: It’s not always obvious. To help us illustrate a great way to use light in a photograph, we are featuring a photo, “RM 2-091” by Gary Heller, who’s work inspires us.
‘Smelter Rooms’ by David ClarkDavid Clark has been lingering around the [email protected] Group almost…
Many of you have heard me rave about Tom Kirsh’s work many times in the…