Eggs, forks and light painting…Shawn Ducharme makes art out of a simple composition. Get some behind-the-scenes insight as Rachel interviews Shawn about his photograph.
Browsing: Get Pushed
Times Square is perhaps not the easiest location to shoot, especially in the middle of traffic, but Ari Friedman’s contribution for Get Pushed pulled it off quite well. Through Ari’s patience and his work with layering of multiple photos, the finished image is stunning. Rachel Interviews Ari on the photo and his process.
For this month’s Get Pushed, we’re featuring a beautiful image by Niall McCracken, who was challenged to photograph a pretty pink flower. We’ll get into Niall’s mind and process during the creation of this photograph.
From the Get Pushed Group’s 33rd round comes the mask work of Bart Martens as he merged a texture into a photo to create this beautiful composition. We had an opportunity to pick his brain.
For Round 32 of Get Pushed, we feature an outstanding image by Neil Pascual. We’ve asked Neil a few questions about his process in taking the shot.
Diving into the mind of Bennett Johnson, our Get Pushed Round 31 wrap-up explores this multiplicity self-portrait.
Wrapping up round 30 of Get Pushed, we take a look at the works and technical mind of Matt Lincoln. We interview Matt about the creation of his composite photograph.
Get Pushed Group Moderator, Rachel Melton, looks back at 2012 to discuss how the popular Flickr Group has helped to challenge and improve her photography. It’s a story not unlike that of the many members of the group.
In this month’s Get Pushed summary, Diana Sussellman discusses her contribution, a Film Noir photograph featuring a Dutch Tilt. Read on to learn about the Dutch Tilt, Diana’s inspiration and personal editing.