This zine is the first collaboration between myself and my daughter Maggie, incorporating her unique writing style and images I shot of our adventures around the world! It’s one of those rare things I made that seems to have connected to an audience outside of fans of particular models.
For more zine ideas, check out this video I made on Photo Zines…
…and learn how to make your first zine on your own with this coupon for my Udemy course on the topic!
Let me tell you all about my favorite instant film book, “The Polaroid Years”, and how I draw inspiration from crazy, wild art photography contained within! If you’re interested in creating strange and amazing art pieces with your instant film camera of choice, get out your notepad and take some notes!
Help support this channel at Patreon and get daily creative instant film shots, weekly model sets, tutorials and more!
I’m proud to announce a new course on my Udemy channel, The Business of Being an Indie Artist!
Independent artists are often left to their own devices when it comes to management of their income streams and business choices, and without some guidance, they may find themselves twisting in the wind.
In my 20 years as an artist I’ve presented/ sold/ exhibited my own craft, been a hired freelancer for others, and worked in arts administration/ education/ retail/ exhibition spaces. I have found ways to survive and live a comfortable life for my family as an independent artist, and wanted to make a course that could help others along their path. I know exactly what it is like to leave art school and think “what now?”, having paid student loans to learn a trade that has no apparent career path.
Fortunately, we live in a time where an individual, independent artist can be in touch with a worldwide audience, apply for support from a network of artist grants and residencies, have access to public studio spaces or create worlds entirely from their own home digital tools – we cover these options and more for the independent artist in this course.
The course sale is only $9.99 with this Udemy coupon for the next 48 hours!
Photo zines! Small, self published presentations of your photographic works – how and why to make them? I tell you about my experience with copy machine photo zines and Blurb trade books and show you samples of both, then get into why zines are a great option for presenting your photography in a physical way to your audience.
Help support our studio with tutorials and model sets for subscribers at our Patreon and view more tutorials on our Skillshare channel!
Kelly Eden + The Lego Shoot – let me tell you all about my attempts to make Lego clothes out of Lego Friends pieces for a photoshoot with model Kelly Eden! Kelly is a model known for a very particular vibe/ color scheme, and this was definitely a shoot where I played off of a model’s pre-existing style rather than building it from the ground up. It’s also an opportunity to make use of all the Lego Friends Legos my daughter had laying around.
Help support the art making of our studio and see full model shoot sets at Patreon!
Quick Cuts In Adobe Photoshop Mix! I use this app on my iPhone to quickly select and mask out objects whenever I’m away from home, taking care of a lot of the drudge work that actually takes longer on my desktop Photoshop. Here I show you how I get parts of action figures and animals for my animations using Adobe Photoshop Mix.
Help support tutorials and weird videos, and receive weekly model shoot sets via Patreon http://www.patreon.com/davidmiller
and view more tutorials on our Skillshare channel http://www.skillshare.com/r/davidmiller