Came across this via…wait for it….Facebook – surprise surprise! It’s from 9GAG, a random, “just for fun”, website. It shows the 3 most powerful social networking sites with a World War 2 propaganda twist. I like it! It has taken a modern subject and “advertised” it in a historical way.
(Disclaimer – this is not my work. I have just blogged this. I am unable to credit the author as it does not state who created this work on the 9GAG site. If you are able to find the credit then please let me know and I will amend.)
Theme: 1960’s A Walk In The Park
Photographer Piers Cunliffe | www.pierscunliffephotography.co.uk
Photography Assistant Lee Martland | www.leemartland.co.uk
Photography Assistant & 2nd Photographer April Barrie | www.aprilsamantha.co.uk
Art Director & Stylist: David Hill-Souch | www.shootdhs.co.uk
MUA: Sophie Bee | www.sophiebee.com
Hair: Artizan | www.artizan.co.uk
Client: Scarlet Vintage | www.scarletvintage.co.uk
5 Queen Street, Bath, BA1 1HE
Have just completed a family portrait session with the Deverells. It was a really fun day out in their garden, the kids did what they did best…played, while Sara and Rob looked on with huge smiles on their faces. So I will let you see for yourselves how fun and vibrant this family is.
A friend tweeted this and I thought I would share it with you too.
“Here’s a beautifully designed cheat sheet by Miguel Yatco that you can use to introduce people to the fundamental concepts in photography.”
I really like it and would have it as a poster on my wall, but not for $50. The design is retro and fits in the period of when Kodak started to make cameras readily available to the consumer market, such as the Box Brownie.