They’re the people who run around cities, jumping over walls, climbing the outsides of buildings, and generally doing ‘impossible’ stuff. Their ‘sport’ is called “Le Parkour” or “FreeRunning” and the practitioners are called ‘Traceurs’. Their goal is to get from point A to point B in the most graceful and efficient way physically possible.Read More »Learn Creativity From Parkour Athletes Training Methods
How do you get inspiration for your photography? How do you stay creative? How do you get ‘creative’ to start with?
I’m hoping to open up some answers here, but you’re welcome to help me add to this list in the comments section.Read More »8 Good Habits for Creative Photographers
We develop intagible skills by doing things… Practical projects teach us in a way that theory can not. While both go hand-in-hand to develop a well-rounded understanding of a craft, often the practical aspect is left out when discussing photography skill development online.
With this series of projects in photography, we hope that we will be able to grow your imagination, excite your imagination and help you to see differently. We hope that you create amazing images as you explore the possibilities that these projects offer, and come back to share your amazing creations with us.Read More »Develop Your Skills, With Photography Projects
Have you ever noticed the way in which you seem to be able to focus on just one object of a scene (say a spoon on a table or a shop’s signboard on a street) when in fact your eyes are covering an entire scene? No? Make a mental note of the way you look at things the next time you walk down a busy street or drive down a busy road.Read More »Zoom Out in Your Mind