Christian Kozowyk on tumblr: christiankozowyk
Big news guys- Our new design will launch in October 2014!
Features of the new responsive HTML5 redesign of Dripbook.com are as follows :
- New clean design and layout to highlight image + video display
- Responsive HTML5 design optimized for desktop, tablet, and mobile
- Large image and video display with full-screen options
- Minimal exposed navigation makes portfolios on Dripbook like those on a stand-alone website
- New modern Splash page design
- Next / back image navigation with keyboard on desktop
Artists using Dripbook don’t need to do anything - all portfolios, images, and video will be automatically displayed in the new design. Exported websites and other exported displays like the free iPad + iPhone and Android Apps will all remain just as they are now.
You can compare these two image examples with the following links to the accounts of Monica Chamorro Retoucher and Kory Kennedy:
This is going to be the best portfolio presentation platform out there… I hope you’re as excited as we are!
Jörg Colberg’s influential Conscientious photo blog is now accepting submissions for the sixth edition of its portfolio competition.
Check out this interview with Mark Condon!
He is the founder of ShotKit, a website that showcases exciting photographers and the equipment they keep in their camera bags.
Featured in Photography
Karsten Koch - Hamburg, Germany - Karsten Koch is represented by Kelly Kellerhoff from Berlin and specializes in people and lifestyle. His angles are charged with emotion, interaction, and a close proximity to the subject. Karsten has also worked with film for several years and sees an important relationship between still and motion photography. Some of Karsten’s clients include Edeka, Fishbone, Robinson Club, Vitakraft, 1-2-FLY, Volksbank, Fit for Fun, and Fanta.
Featured in Illustration
9 Surf Studios - Asbury Park, New Jersey - Tom White of 9 Surf Studios is a designer and illustrator who specializes in branding, marketing, and storytelling. He combines the use of typography, illustration, photography, and image design to create visual solutions for companies, agencies, studios, and publishers in the fields of healthcare, business, sci-tech, education, sports, food and beverage, and publishing. The “M” section of his client list says it best: Madison Square Garden, Marquette University, Martin Guitars, McAfee, McDonald’s, McGraw-Hill, Merck, MIT, and Mount Sinai Hospital.
Featured in Hair Styling
Kevin Hughes - Hollywood, California - Kevin Hughes is a Los Angeles-based editorial hair stylist with 25 years of experience in the field. His passion for creativity is endless and contagious. He believes in treating others the way he would want to be treated and that has led to a very successful career. He always keeps an open mind and truly loves his craft. He has had the pleasure of working with celebrities like Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton, Erin Wasson, and Casey Wilson.
“1) Tell us a little bit about NYCFotoWorks.
NYCFotoWorks is a collaborative effort between myself and former documentary photographer Marc Asnin that we founded in 2009. Our aim is to bring trendsetters in the industry together in an efficient and enjoyable way to meet 1-on-1 with professional photographers from around the world. We’re focused on bringing talented people together in hopes of creating collaborative connections.”
Head to our blog to read more!
Scott Peterson on tumblr: scottpetersonproductions
Brittany Bucknor on tumblr: brittanybucknor
Fram Petit, Photography
Kotryna Zukauskaite, illustration
John Cizmas, Photography
Black Magic Retouch, Retouching
Annabelle Petit, Makeup
Bill Lusk, Photography
Mauricio Restrepo, Art Direction
Lissa Hahn, Photography
Akane Nakamura, Illustration
Kirsten Ulve, Illustration
Beginning a new series discussing the ins and outs of photography with Dripbook photographers from all around the world, we interviewed Jo Duck of Melbourne, Australia.
LOL this is hilarious!
"Researchers at Brown University recently developed an algorithm that allows you to manipulate the weather in your photos by simply typing out commands." - Maaz Khan of DIY Photography