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Watercolor Painting for Beginners

Watercolor Painting for Beginners Starting a new hobby in watercolor painting doesn’t need to be daunting; watercolor is a versatile painting medium that’s been around even before the invention of watercolor sets in the 18th century or the influence of the English school that helped popularize the craft in continental Europe. With just a few simple art supplies and […]

7 New Wedding & Portrait Photography Trends for 2019

7 New Wedding & Portrait Photography Trends for 2019 If there’s a single physical place to go to uncover the year’s portrait photography and wedding photography trends, it’s WPPI. The Wedding and Portrait Photographers International Conference takes over Las Vegas at the end of February, bringing photographers from budding new professionals to well-known creatives together in one place. The […]

Two Dozen Free Wedding Dress Patterns and Tutorials

Two Dozen Free Wedding Dress Patterns and Tutorials Yes, you can DIY your wedding dress! If you’re the crafty type, and you’ve got a good bit of ingenuity, you can find yourself walking down the aisle not in a mass-produced, factory-made wedding dress, but in your very own hand-sewn, custom-made original. Whether you’re upcycling, remaking, […]

8 Outdoor Photographers You Should Know

8 Outdoor Photographers You Should Know source: Ian Shive Outdoor photography is a powerful medium. It can capture incredible natural locations many people don’t get to see in person. It can enact policy change to preserve the great outdoors. And it can remind us of everything there is to be thankful for. While there are some big names that […]

Call For Photo Submissions: National Geographic Photographer Frans Lanting Wants to Critique Your Bird Photography

Call For Photo Submissions: National Geographic Photographer Frans Lanting Wants to Critique Your Bird Photography World-renowned National Geographic photographer, Frans Lanting is a master at telling a visual story with his photos. For three decades he has documented wildlife from the Amazon to Antarctica to promote understanding about the Earth and its natural history through images that […]

Using Design Thinking to Turn Challenges into Opportunities

Using Design Thinking to Turn Challenges into Opportunities We’ve all heard the term “design thinking,” freely bandied about, but what does it really mean and can only creative people apply this in their work? “No,” says designer, educator, author Matthew Jervis, founder of Make It Creativity. Every person has the capacity to be creative—not just […]

Modern-Day Rosies: Deanne Fitzmaurice Re-Envisions the Iconic Symbol of Women Empowerment

Modern-Day Rosies: Deanne Fitzmaurice Re-Envisions the Iconic Symbol of Women Empowerment STACEY CORCORAN, an electrician at the Nippon Sharyo railcar manufacturing facility in Rochelle, Illinois. Photo by Deanne Fitzmaurice Some ladies have all the luck drive. Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, filmmaker, and co-founder of Think Tank Bags, Deanne Fitzmaurice, is known for pushing the boundaries of […]

14 Vintage Photos of Real-Life Rosie the Riveters

14 Vintage Photos of Real-Life Rosie the Riveters Rosie the Riveter was based on a real woman — actually, a lot of them. The US cultural icon represented the many American women who found factory work during WWII, producing war supplies and other munitions, including aircraft. During this time, the female workforce more than doubled, as […]

Sue Bryce Shares Her Favorite Pose Ever

Sue Bryce Shares Her Favorite Pose Ever Most people are neither comfortable nor particularly experienced in front of the camera. Which means that, in order to take the very best photo of your subject, you, as a photographer, need to be able to give the kind of direction that makes sense and churns out consistently […]