36-year-old architecture graduate Yener Torun started photographing buildings as an Instagram experiment in 2013. Inspired by minimalist photographers, he began with black and white imagery if you can believe it. After a surplus of positive feedback, he was motivated to take things to the next level.
Author: Tara Campbell
As the face of traditional office work continues to evolve into a more modern, tech industry space, the imagery we choose for our projects and campaigns should mirror those shifts. When perusing for visuals, however, it can feel challenging to differentiate yourself when a lot of stock business imagery is painfully generic (cue a couple of suits shaking hands in front of an embarrassingly fake graph). Rest assured, there is hope for enjoying the process of designing office work campaigns. Follow these cues for a better business experience and create projects that stand out from the crowd.
In the last decade, we’ve all likely taken note of the movement in the media to showcase a more realistic and inclusive representation of human bodies. We are finally beginning to see less gratuitous photoshopping to remove cellulite, blemishes, and even ribs to give the impression of a “perfect” body type (will we all laugh at how ridiculous this movement was in 20 years?). In its place, we are seeing more untouched imagery and a wider-reaching representation of normal, everyday bodies.
Stocksy photographer & filmmaker Nick Bondarev collabs with Milles Studio for an unforgettable experience with the eagle hunters of Mongolia.
By creating a conceptual vision and following it up with narrative video techniques, Bonninstudio were able to create a compelling and artistic set of stock video clips
Productions like “Mysterious Lights” are a gold mine for creative projects that require the flexibility of stock footage with multiple clips.
Architecture is notoriously challenging to capture in a still photograph. Many argue that one needs to circumnavigate a building and become intimate with its nature in person to truly understand its essence, purpose, and space it occupies.