Just point and shoot? Even though smartphones make it extremely easy to take an endless number of photos in any situation, there are a few rules you should follow for the best results.
When will you be able to upload videos to Unsplash? I don’t know. But it’s not like they wouldn’t want you to.
Of course, the main reason you should take pictures is to create works that you are happy with. But when they are then seen or even used by others – that is a particularly nice feeling. I talk to food photographer Micheile about her story on Unsplash.
Any moment can be a good time to give your workplace a major overhaul. Especially in times when the home office has become much more relevant, you should furnish a place where you spend a lot of time as nicely and practically as possible. Here are a few inspirations how that could look like.
The Unsplash Book is a piece of contemporary history. But unfortunately, the print run was severely limited. What about a new edition five years after its publication?
Are you completely bored again or do you have a task in front of you that you would like to put off for a few minutes longer? Then maybe you should pay the Inspirobot a visit.
Susan calls herself an amateur photographer, but you wouldn’t think that to look at her Unsplash portfolio – and you’d be even less likely to guess that she’s shot every photo so far with a Pixel 3a. She talks to me about what she likes about Unsplash and mobile photography, how it’s helped her cope with the pandemic, and reveals a few tricks how she uses her smartphone.
In total, more than 4.6 million photos have been uploaded to Unsplash, but yet the platform is only celebrating 3 million photos – how does that fit together?
Although he only does photography in his spare time, Claudio has spent tens of thousands of francs on his equipment over the years. He talked to me about the three cameras and no less than ten lenses he currently uses to take the photos that are viewed millions of times on Unsplash.
It can’t be that hard.