It’s not all that often that you come to a moment in life when you end up feeling stuck, gasping for a breath of fresh air while every cell in your body keeps telling you to make a change. Believe it or not, it happens to us visual tinkerers too, as I learned not too long ago.
Children love creating art. They do it intuitively, just pouring their imagination out with any medium they are given. It’s pure fun for them, nothing else. But for us adults, things are different. We care very much about the results, we have certain expectations, and when we fail, we feel bad. And why would we do something that makes us feel bad? So we stop creating at all, to avoid unnecessary pain.
Most people get the gist of how to use ISO ratings in their photography, but what are they? Where do these numbers come from, and what’s difference between ISO in film and digital? In this tutorial we explore the history and technical underpinnings of the system. If you’ve ever wondered what ISO means or how it works, this one’s for you!
Does Pain + Art = Greatness? Artists are masochists. We revel in the beauty of pain more than any other profession in the world. It’s an experience we create for our viewers that is almost palpable. And it is in this experience that we connect to each other, creating everlasting bonds with our audience.