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What Fashion Will Look Like Post-Pandemic

We’ve got clues in what we wore after the last (flu) pandemic. A stroll through fashion photography from Vogue in the 1920s. For more than a year now, COVID 19 has dominated the news cycle, as well as people’s psyches, the world over. But with a vaccine rollout finally in full swing, people are ever-so-slowly […]

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More Is More: Ripped from the Pages of 1960s Vogue

The 1960s seismic fashion shift—miniskirts, bell bottoms, galactic crystals—left an impact seen clearly on Vogue’s unique radar. Take a look at the edge of fashion in all its glory. It’s hard to know where to start when it comes to the impact the 1960s had on American culture. For starters, the 60s followed two consecutive […]

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ICYMI: 3 Women Filmmakers on the Rise

Women’s contributions in film are undisputed—and under-recognized. A small shout-out we hope goes a long way. It shouldn’t take International Women’s History Month to recognize the contributions and talents of women. That’s so terribly cliché and expected, right? Especially when a company or organization ghosts the efforts and celebration of women throughout the rest of […]

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6 Pro Tips for Filming and Editing Instagram Reels

From beginner to pro, here are six techniques for filming and editing your next Instagram Reel. Let’s get started! In 2016, Instagram introduced Instagram Stories, a feature that set out to dampen Snapchat’s continued growth, and ultimately, it did just that. In 2020, Instagram Reels was revealed, a feature similar to rival the ever-popular video […]

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Licensing Contributor Nithya Rajapandian on capturing the elements through eco-conscious photography

Nithya Rajapandian is a documentary filmmaker and photographer from Chennai, India. Nithya’s photography portfolio includes both stunning landscapes, and creative and conceptual portraiture. Her work blends themes of beauty, both in people and nature, to draw the connection between humans and the natural world around us. Q: Nithya, do you recall your first experience with […]

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We Can’t Believe They’re Not Bunnies: Animals, Babies, and More in Easter Disguise

Bounce into our collection of Not Bunnies. Cuddly, adorable creatures in bunny-disguise. Hare-raisingly funny, they are sure to crack you up! We love dressing things up as other things. So much so that we have entire holidays dedicated to disguises. Whether we’re putting babies, house pets, or inanimate objects in adorable outfits, there’s something inherently […]

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10 tips for avoiding creative burnout

According to a 2020 survey, 75% of workers have experienced burnout on the job, with 40% saying it’s a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re living in an uncertain time, and between schedule changes, remote work, and longer hours, stress feels inevitable, even for people who love their jobs. For photographers, burnout can take […]

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Bringing realness and authenticity to your commercial portfolio

You might not have heard the phrase “perfection fatigue,” but we’ve all experienced it. For decades, many brands have contributed to unrealistic beauty standards through the use of overly retouched photos, but fortunately, in the last few years, the tables have turned. Customers are speaking out about airbrushing and demanding more inclusive marketing—and companies are […]

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Is This the Death of Flat Design?

Why is 3D design becoming more dominant in branding? Jokes aside, the fact that some of the biggest global brands have experienced consumer backlash following minimal makeovers of their logos and icons is another sign that 3D design styles are challenging flat design’s dominance. For 3D-phobic graphic designers and illustrators, the 3D trend is nothing […]