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These BTS Photos Show How Wes Andersons Isle of Dogs Was Made

Wes Anderson's stop-motion masterpieceIsle of Dogs wasamong this year's most anticipated and well-received films, primarily for the painstaking work and the incredible level of detail involved. London-based photographer, animator, and filmmaker Ray Lewis shows us exactly how intricate everything is -- from the sets, making of the puppets, and animations -- in a fascinating collection of behind the scenes photos and videos. thephoblographer.com

2018-9-19 22:00

100 Year Old Photos Of Everyday Europe Showing How Different Life Was Before Modern Technology

When we get a chance to look at vintage photos, it always seems that things were completely different back in the day and its just so hard to imagine what life was like back then. 25 years ago Bill Nelson, a vintage photography enthusiast, found a packet of negatives at an estate sale in Minneapolis, Minnesota and has been trying to find as much information about these photos as possible. boredpanda.com

2018-9-13 15:30

Man Found Photos From Europe In 1904, Revealing How Everything Looked Before Modern Technology

When we get a chance to look at vintage photos, it always seems that things were completely different back in the day and its just so hard to imagine what life was like back then. 25 years ago Bill Nelson, a vintage photography enthusiast, found a packet of negatives at an estate sale in Minneapolis, Minnesota and has been trying to find as much information about these photos as possible. boredpanda.com

2018-9-15 15:30

How to Nail Beautiful Portraits When Shooting in Natural Light

Whether you've just started learning how to shoot portraits or a little ahead into it, working with natural light is one of the most useful tricks to have as a portrait photographer. It may not always be as simple as pointing your camera on your subject beside a window, but this quick tutorial by Mark Wallace for Adorama is easy enough to get you started. thephoblographer.com

2018-9-7 13:00

How to Take Beautiful Portraits with a Single Lighting Set Up

When youre shooting portraits in a studio, youd usually pull all the stops and use a lighting set up that requires at least two light sources to properly illuminate your subjects. But when youre looking for something a bit more dramatic or if youre working with limited equipment, really you might want to try using just one light source. thephoblographer.com

2018-9-3 16:00