Photography

How to Photoshop

How to Photoshop

As creatives we all use Photoshop and we all have varying skills in Photoshop some of us are gods while some of us are mere mortals (bof!). We also have different uses for Photoshop too, some of us might need it for touching up photos while others maybe creating something entirely new on Photoshop. Thankfully […]

An Eye on the World: A Retrospective

An Eye on the World: A Retrospective

There are some fantastic exhibitions coming up at the Dovecot studios this year and the one I am most excited about kicks off at the end of the month. Hands up if you’ve heard of David Peat. No? Well, you’re in for a treat. Peat was a Scottish film-maker and photographer.  His passion was recording […]

Cut food photography by Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnes

Cut food photography by Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnes

In the words of Homer Simpson ‘mmmm cross sectional food’   Cut Food, an interesting, yummy and funny collaborative project by creative photographers Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnes. The cut food project exposes real life cross sectional views of our food, from noodles to coffee its all there. If you have ever wondered what those noodles looked […]

Laneylost

Laneylost

Worcester born photographer Stuart Lane aka Laneylost captures fantastic images of the moment. Laneylost’s journey into the world of photography was actually accidental, he needed some stock images for a website he was building and began taking photographs and from there his collection of images has grown substantially. Laneylost’s preferred style of photographing is ‘in […]

Raja Role-Play

Raja Role-Play

Nikhil Chopra is a diverse artist who blurs the boundaries between theatre, performance, photography, sculpture and painting. Chopra creates fictional characters which form the basis of improvisations and photography, sometimes inhibiting performance characters for days on end (perhaps a contender to Daniel-Day Lewis’ Oscar hat-trick?). Born in Calcutta, in 1974, Chopra’s world of make-believe actually […]

Photographer Bela Borsodi

Photographer Bela Borsodi

Hour and hours of tiny adjustments, tinkering with angles, colours, fruits, tools, vodka and toast and what do you get? A single fantastic picture! Photographer Bela Borsodi has created this great optical illusion titled Terrain, using colours and our (HUMANS!) instinctive ability to spot patterns – our way of creating order in the world to automatically […]

Graduate Photographer

Graduate Photographer

Glasgow School of Art (GSA) Graduate of Communication Design Photography Jade Starmore has created a collection of fantastic images. The collection explores the ‘ideals of female beauty, and looks at the ways women are depicted in the fashion industry.’ says Starmore. The images created by Starmore are striking, above is the ageing Queen. The composition […]

Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are?

  Last weekend kicked off Liverpool’s second international photography biennial, LOOK/13, with a range of events as a precursor to four weeks of talks, tours, exhibitions, workshops and screenings. Both emerging and established photographers have been asked to participate in LOOK/13’s Who Do You Think You Are?, and in the age of the ‘selfie’, questions regarding […]

The Sleep of The Lovers

The Sleep of The Lovers

As our modern lifes are busy as it is and are increasingly polluted with seemingly never-ending to-do lists, an eight-hour-sleep is soon to become an urban legend. So, strugling to find the time for enough sleep, not many of us give much of a thought of how we sleep. Or is it so? Austrian artist […]