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Silent Sunday: Thai Night Life

The post Silent Sunday: Thai Night Life appeared first on BitterSweet.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Thailand, Baking, Bangkok, Portraits, Street Photography, Nightlife, Chiang Mai


Here’s a detailed guide to prepare you for your actor headshots

Your actor headshots, combined with your actor showreel, are the foundations of your actor profile. They are without shadow of a doubt a key marketing tool for your acting career. It’s important to prepare yourself in order to get the most out of your session. If you are reading this it is because you have […] The post appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Actors, Tutorials, Portraits, Studio Photography, Portrait Photography, Headshots, Headshot, Outdoor Portraits, Studio Portrait, Roberto Vivancos


Can you guess which of these faces is real and which is computer-generated?

NVIDIA’s researchers came up with an impressive algorithm that’s able to generate realistic faces. Some of them are so realistic that you may have a hard time figuring out that they were computer-generated. If you’re up for a challenge, there’s now a website where you can test how many fake faces you can distinguish from […] The post Can you guess which of these faces is real and which is computer-generated? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Artificial Intelligence, Nvidia, Algorithm, Ai, Portraits, Neural Networks, Faces, Neural Network


“Hail The Dark Lioness”: An Important Series Addressing Identity Politics And Racial Injustice

South African visual artist, activist, and photographer Zanele Muholi took 365 self-portraits for her series titled ‘Somnyama Ngonyama: Hail the Dark Lioness’, to bring to attention the injustices faced by South African people of color. The book features over ninety of Muholi’s evocative self-portraits, each image drafted from material props in Muholi’s immediate environment. Source
Tags: Photography, Politics, Design, Women, Racial, Portraits, Black, Zanele Muholi, Muholi


Bizarre Scotch Tape Portraits By Wes Naman

Photographer Wes Naman was wrapping Christmas gifts with his assistant and started goofing around with the scotch tape. He immediately had an idea that after a year developed into the scotch tape portrait series, where volunteers put the tape around their faces to create terrifying and just absolutely hilarious expressions. More: Wes Naman h/t: Source
Tags: Design, Bizarre, Portraits, Inspirations, Expressions, Tape, Scotxh, Wes Naman


Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Anti-trolling tricks, stunning still lifes, smart fabrics and more from around the internet Gomi’s Plastic Waste Speaker Made from plastic waste (like bags and bubble wrap), Gomi’s portable speaker is a thoughtful and practical solution to traditionally non-recyclable plastic pollution. With sourced materials from local food wholesalers, each speaker is crafted from roughly 100 plastic bags, and the clever design allows for the speaker to …
Tags: Photography, Design, Sexism, Films, Rotten Tomatoes, Portraits, Sicily, Plastic Waste, Fabric, Linkaboutit, Link About It, The North Face, Zines, Goth, Gomi, Ikebana


Portraits From Sicily’s Red Light District

In a series titled Taliami e te fazzu petra (One gaze and you’ll turn to stone), photographer Salvatore Di Gregorio documents the diversity in one of Sicily’s most complicated neighborhoods, San Berillo. Home to the city’s red light district, the area’s characters are glammed and glittered, and unabashed about San Berillo’s history. Di Gregorio tells It’s Nice That the series was never intended to be political, …
Tags: Photography, Design, Culture, Portraits, Sicily, Linkaboutit, Red light District, Photo Series, Di Gregorio, Salvatore Di Gregorio, San Berillo Home, San Berillo


The Atlas of Beauty : 500 Portraits Photography Book Review

The Atlas of Beauty features stunning and mesmerizing portraits taken by Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc, who spent 6 years on the road documenting portraits of some 500 women from over 50 countries. Noroc’s colorful and moving portraits feature women in their local communities, ranging from the Amazon rainforest to London city streets, and from markets in India to parks in Harlem, visually juxtaposing the varied physical and social worlds these women inhabit. Besides the wonderful photog...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, London, India, Book Reviews, Fashion photography, Anime, Portraits, Harlem, Amazon UK, Mihaela Noroc, Noroc, Photography Book, Amazon Japan, Art Book Review, Monica Belluci


Family Photo Outfit Ideas! Bright Lemon Yellow Paired with Whites and Navy

Spring Family Photo Color Ideas! First keep it on the down low cost-wise. AMIRIGHT? EverydaySavvy has a whole series of fashion ideas with color schemes to dream about! OLD NAVY. (Click here to find the Navy blue sweater that will go with everything in the picture!) Second keep it chill on the color scheme. Not a lot of patterns, and only 2 or 3 main colors– but definitely a POP of color! I always suggest families mix up the jeans and non-jeans, make someone wear either a skirt or khaki pants. ...
Tags: Navy, Blogging, Old Navy, Portraits, EverydaySavvy


How to eliminate reflections on glass when shooting with flash

Usually, when we hear about reflection issues with photography, especially with flash, it’s on glasses. The type people wear on their faces. We’ve posted about that on here before. This time, we’re dealing with regular flat glass. Like that found in windows and doors. The same principles apply, although you do have a few more […] The post How to eliminate reflections on glass when shooting with flash appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Glasses, Photography, Tutorials, Glass, Flash, Portraits, Reflections, Portrait Photography, Rob Hall


Advanced Love

The creator of the delightful Advanced Style project, Ari Seth Cohen has released a new book—Advanced Love—and it celebrates long-lasting partnerships through tender portraits. With 40 profiles of couples (complete with how-they-met stories and relationship advice), the book honors the timelessness of love between all genders, all over the world.
Tags: Books, Photography, Design, Photo Books, Portraits, Ari Seth Cohen, Advanced Love


This Photographer Captures Berlin’s Club Crowd

This Instagram account has only been around for two months and already managed to become an insider amongst the techno crowd in Berlin – meet @nachtclubsberlin! This account is dedicated to showcasing spontaneous pictures of all kinds of party people before and after clubbing in the biggest techno clubs of Berlin. Behind the camera, we met photographer Sabrina Jeblaoui. The former Parisian fell in love with Berlin upon visiting the city several times in the past until she decided to move here on...
Tags: Photography, Fashion, Berlin, People, Paris, Party, Portraits, Techno, Berghain, Sabrina, Sabrina Jeblaoui


Forget painting-style transfers, this A.I. creates realistic portraits of fake people

Do these images look computer-generated? Nvidia researchers recently published a paper on a new variation on style transfer artificial intelligence that's able to generate entirely new portraits. The post Forget painting-style transfers, this A.I. creates realistic portraits of fake people appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Nvidia, Portraits, Emerging Tech, Nivida, Generative Adversarial Network


Forget painterly style transfers, this A.I. creates realistic portraits of fake people

Do these images look computer-generated? Nvidia researchers recently published a paper on a new variation on style transfer artificial intelligence that's able to generate entirely new portraits. The post Forget painterly style transfers, this A.I. creates realistic portraits of fake people appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Nvidia, Portraits, Emerging Tech, Nivida, Generative Adversarial Network


Photographer captures abstract portraits of bodysurfers as they hit the ocean waves

Do you like unusual, abstract portraits? Underwater photography? Or black and white images? Australian photographer Trent Mitchell brings these genres together in a magnificent series titled Inner Atlas. They show bodysurfers beneath the ocean waves, and they’ll take your breath away. DIYP chatted with Trent a bit about the project and all the challenges he […] The post Photographer captures abstract portraits of bodysurfers as they hit the ocean waves appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Australia, Inspiration, Black And White, Surf, Surfing, Underwater, Portraits, Underwater Photography, Abstract, Trent, Surf Photography, DIYP, Underwater Photographer, Trent Mitchell


These portraits are entirely AI-generated, these people are not real

We’ve seen NVIDIA’s impressive content aware tool and noise removing tool. They have recently developed a generative adversarial network (GAN) which easily customizes styles of realistic faces and creates new faces. That’s right, these super-realistic faces you can see in the lead image are not real at all! The Verge writes that GAN has only […] The post These portraits are entirely AI-generated, these people are not real appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Artificial Intelligence, Nvidia, Ai, Deep Learning, Portraits, Gan, Neural Network


Moment is offering a new telephoto smartphone lens and I'm so there for it

I'm a big fan of Moment's lens system for Android and iOS smartphones. The company is staffed by folks who are just as passionate about mobile photography as I am. More importantly, they seem to understand that having to buy entirely new lenses every time you land a new handset is twelve different kinds of Bullshit. With Moment's second generation lens system, all you need to do when you invest in a new smartphone is plunk down some new cash for a new photo case and you're in business. Their bus...
Tags: Ios, Android, Post, News, Landscapes, Portraits, Moment, Smartphone Photography, Google Pixel, Photograpgy, Street Photgraphy


Mickalene Thomas: I Can’t See You Without Me

Focused on some of her most significant muses, Mickalene Thomas: I Can’t See You Without Me is a gorgeous collection of the Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary artist’s portraits. With plenty of her signature rhinestone-adorned pieces, the selection of work draws inspiration from classic portraiture, popular culture, blaxploitation and beyond. Exploring identity, sexuality, race and agency, Thomas depicts her subjects in a manner that is somehow grounded and tender, but other-worldly …
Tags: Books, Design, Brooklyn, Artists, Paintings, Portraits, Art Books, Thomas, Mickalene Thomas, Wexner Center for the Arts


Google’s Pixel 3 Offers Photographic Breakthrough for Less

The new device takes camera phones to a new, mind-blowing level For the first time in human history, an entire generation does not remember life before photographs could be taken at an exceptional level. We are now more attuned to the quality of photography, and more literate in what that means (and skilled in retouching) than ever before. Photographic literacy is a form of communication, …
Tags: Google, Photography, Design, Tech, Smartphones, Cameras, Portraits, Pixel, Google Pixel, Google Pixel 3


Let Love Reign: Photography Celebrating LGBTQ+ Couples

Tender portraits from before and after same-sex marriage was legal Nine years in the making, Let Love Reign (currently funding on Kickstarter) is a photography book by Catalina Kulczar-Marin with accompanying essays by Megan Shepherd. The 208-page, Bone NYC-designed hardcover features black and white portraits of 50 LGBTQ+ couples from across the United States. Accompanying each is the story of those photographed—from coming out to falling in …
Tags: Books, Photography, Design, Culture, United States, Kickstarter, Lgbtq, Marriage Equality, Portraits, Photography Books, LGBTQ Community, Megan Shepherd, Catalina Kulczar Marin


Faces of Cancer documents emotions of cancer patients

Imelda Bell is a multi award-winning photographer. She is also a rather remarkable woman. The first claim is factual; that she is remarkable is something this lady would certainly dispute. So here’s an idea. I will tell you some of what I know about her and leave you to decide. The journey begins Like most […] The post Faces of Cancer documents emotions of cancer patients appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Cancer, Inspiration, Emotions, Portraits, Faces Of Cancer, Imelda Bell


Rahim Mustafa brings movie worlds into life

Rahim Mustafa in his own words is a fun loving, go-giving British photographer, digital artist and youtuber. DIYP: Tell us a little of how you got into photography, and who your influences are? RM: I got into photography at the tender age of about 36! As a day job, I am a freelance TV editor […] The post Rahim Mustafa brings movie worlds into life appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Flash, Portraits, Adobe Photoshop, Digital Art, Rahim Mustafa


The Art of Being Bill: Bill Murray and the Many Faces of Awesome

Stoked to share — my painting of Bill Murray as Dr. Venkman will be featured in a new book: The Art of Being Bill: Bill Murray and the Many Faces of Awesome by Ezra Croft and Jennifer Raiser! This bad boy hits the shelves on August 28th — order your copy on Amazon. My painting …
Tags: Art, Collaboration, Pop Culture, Bill Murray, Ghostbusters, Portraits, MAZON, Collage Painting, General Action, Borbay, Art Books, Pop Art, Coffee Table Books, Venkman, Commission a Portrait, Featured Artist


Photographer specializes in underwater couples portraits

In certain circles, it's become popular for brides to ruin their wedding dress after the wedding, leading to more and more elaborate and risky photos. Pierre Violle specializes in the genre, and he's captures some amazing underwater couples over the years: (more…)
Tags: Photos, Post, Family, Photography, Kids, Couples, News, Underwater, Portraits, Pierre Violle


Five reasons why the 35mm lens can be perfect for travel photography

When you’re taking travel photos, you might want to carry as little gear as possible. It’s great to grab just your camera and one lens so you can walk around the destination without too much baggage. But when limiting yourself to a single lens, which lens should it be? For Julia Trotti, it’s a 35mm […] The post Five reasons why the 35mm lens can be perfect for travel photography appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Travel Photography, Landscapes, Portraits, Landscape Photography, 35mm, 35mm F/1.4, canon 35mm f1.4 mkII, Julia Trotti


Mynxii White's "Revolt" at Leica Gallery, LA: Paying homage to women resisters and the importance of defiance

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick It is an impossible feat to document—or to know, name or even catalog—all of the resisters whose actions led to revolutions, both big and small. And yet some of these women have left a personal impact on photographer...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Art, Photography, Politics, Design, La, Culture, Protests, Galleries, Portraits, Losangeles, Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick, Leicagallery, Mynxiiwhite, Mynxii White, Leica Gallery LA


Rural China is incredibly beautiful

China has some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in the world, but it is the people that really draw me to the country. One of my favorite things to do is sit, watch, and photograph people in rural China going about their daily activities. It’s also a great way to make some friends along the way. 1 The small village of Xingping lies a few hours outside of Guilin and is home to many of the traditional cormorant fishermen of China - cormorant fish...
Tags: Travel, China, Earth, Chinese Culture, Chile, Portraits, All, Guilin, Chongqing, Huang, Katie Scott Aiton, Central China, Hunan, Yunnan, Rural China, Fenghuang


Expressive Digital Art Portraits by Bulgarian Artist Darina Georgieva

Expressive artist and painter Darina Georgieva’s lovely digital art portraits of some famous faces are characterized by the artist’s broad brushstrokes and neon-ish colors. A trained artist, Darina, after graduating from the school of Applied Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria, moved to France and then to Belgium to study Fine Arts. She ended up doing her Master’s degree in Spain, where she currently lives and creates her works. She states, Gathering diverse impressions and gaining experience from ...
Tags: Art, Europe, France, Spain, Belgium, Portraits, Faces, Sofia, Sofia Bulgaria, Brussels Belgium, Digital Art, Darina, Darina Georgieva, Digital Illustrations, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts


Link About It: Customizable 3D Lighting for Portrait Mode Pics

Thanks to some very clever tech, the team at Apollo have created a 3D lighting app logically named Portrait Lighting that will unlock the potential of your Portrait mode photos. Only available for iPhone X, 8 Plus and 7 Plus (as earlier versions don...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Apps, Photography, Design, Tech, Smartphones, Phones, Portraits, Linkaboutit


Link About It: Photographer Tim Walker's Gully Queens Series for LGBTQ Charity

Since finding out about the prejudice against gay people in Jamaica, Tim Walker decided to photograph the country's Gully Queens for a good cause. In a 2015 survey, Jamaica's J-FLAG found that 93% of the population believed the statement "homosexuality...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Culture, Charities, Jamaica, Lgbtq, Portraits, Photographer, Linkaboutit, Photoseries, Tim Walker, Gullyqueens, Gully Queens