Billions of people around the world are self-isolating to slow the spread of Coronavirus. However, it’s not just our physical wellbeing at risk, but also our mental health. Stu McKenzie has pioneered a new project to help veterans with PTSD, which could also help those suffering from anxiety and depression during the quarantine.
The coronavirus lockdown has many of us searching for creative outlets, and if you’re looking to add to your portfolio during this tense period, Animal Crossing may be the solution. Photographer Jessica Kobeissi takes us behind the scenes of her latest shoot and offers us an insight into how she works while raising questions about her sanity.
He didn’t go to film school. He didn’t have any formal education in photography or filmmaking. He had a humble nine-to-five job. He didn’t start pursuing filmmaking in his twenties, but later. And he will teach you how to smash a Ferrari on a budget.
While stuck at home, self portraits are a great way to practice photography and editing. So watch this video by a grand master of those two thing, Brooke Shaden, for some insight and a glance at her workflow.
One of the best climbing photographs that I’ve ever taken came out of my recent trip to Switzerland. Here’s how I edited it using Lightroom, deploying a few subtle techniques using adjustment brushes to make the most of the colors and dramatic conditions.
One of the bizarrest effects of the coronavirus outbreak is the haunting absence of people in ordinarily busy public places. One Australian photographer set out for some street photographer during this time.
Considering that a fairly large portion of you may find yourself, like me, staying home due to current events, I thought it might be a nice moment to discuss one of the best ways you could be spending your time.