Psychology And Photography

It's called, aptly enough, Psychology for Photographers, and it covers all sorts of psychological issues of interest to creatives.
By William Sawalich
I often say that I would be a better photographer had I studied psychology in college. The myriad ways people react to having a camera pointed in their direction always astounds me, and I think that if I had some amount of expertise in psychology I might be able to…

Stunning Portraits From The Kingdom Of Girls

This photographer is young herself, and she's off to a tremendous start.
By William Sawalich
Here comes some of the most beautiful photography you're likely to see this year. Courtesy of the New York Times and Berlin-based photographer Karolin Klüppel, who photographed the people of the tiny village of Mawlynnong along India's northeastern border. The town is full of gorgeous amenities: tropical gardens, ancient root…

Feathers From The Human Form

It's frankly astounding that Musco is able to render something as large and varied in form as the human body into something as tiny and delicate as a floating feather.
By William Sawalich
One of the most interesting things about this technological age in which we're living is all of the new ways creative people have found to make art. Take artist Angelo Musco, for instance. He makes beautiful digital images of floating feathers. They are painstakingly detailed specimens—except that a closer look…

Beautiful Multiple Exposure Photographs

There Mugnai shared a collection of 20 of the best double exposure image makers—all of them photographers. So if you're interested in seeing more of this uniquely photographic way of making images, check out Mugnai's blog.
By William Sawalich
I think multiple exposure images are particularly beautiful—especially when they're done well. I recently came across a series of popular double exposure images that seemed a little too good to be true. So after some digging, I was able to finally find where the artist—whose beautiful work had rightfully gone…

How Social Media Transformed Photography

So when I found this article by Avril DeLaney of ImageBrief, published in How Design magazine, I was of course eager to take a look.
By William Sawalich
I spend a lot of my time surrounded by photography: making photographs, thinking about photographs, looking at other people's photographs, writing about photographs… Still, like many other photographers who are right in the middle of this unique time in the history of photography, I have a hard time making sense…

Richard Prince Art At 99.9% Off

My guess is that Prince would actually get a chuckle out of Mooney's re-appropriation, and he'd likely approve of the endeavor; that is, after all, his modus operandi.
By William Sawalich
Last week I wrote about Richard Prince's most recent subversion of commonly accepted artistic practices, as he printed and sold—with the addition of his own commentary—the Instagram images of other artists and photographers for exorbitant sums of money. Some of the works sold for as much as $100,000. One of…
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