Exploring Photographic Style: The Power of “Wonderlust” Imagery Free class
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What Feeling Are You Trying to Evoke?1:51
Wonderlust: Playing with Color Texture Scale and Composition8:59
Point of View: Making Your Images Personal4:20
Yesterday's Mistakes = Today's Trends4:39
About This Class
Trends change. Styles evolve. Techniques once considered "mistakes" are now powerful visual trends. What do we crave now?
Join Andrew "Dizz" Delaney — Director of Creative Content at Getty Images — for a 25-minute class on "wonderlust" photography and how it's shaping art today. You'll learn how to:
- identify color, scale, and composition
- curate "wonderlust" images
- bring these images into your Instagram or marketing
- capture this style on your own
Perfect for designers, photographers, and everyone who loves powerful visuals, you'll learn timeless tips for evaluating, curating, and even creating great images that evoke emotion.
Explore millions of royalty-free images, illustrations, videos, and music clips at iStock by Getty Images. New customers save 20% on credits with the coupon code SKILLS20. Sign up here by April 30, 2016.
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Why are some pictures awesome? What is it that makes us want to live the lives of the people depicted in them? Or make us want to go travel? This is a very interesting video series exploring the concept of 'wanderlust'. Highly recommended!
Andrew is part of the team responsible for the creation and development of Getty Images’ creative content in the Americas, ensuring that customers find the right content at the right price point every time they search www.gettyimages.com. Working closely with photographers, filmmakers and art directors from across the globe and utilizing Getty Images’ Creative Research, Andrew plays a critical role in ensuring that Getty Images and iStock continually evolve to meet the changing needs of Creative’s around the world.
Andrew began his career in 1989 with Tony Stone Images in London and moved to the U.S. in 1998. By 2006, he was Director of Photography for Getty Images’ Creative stills, based in Los Angeles. Now located in NY, he works across all Getty Images’ Video and Photography collections. Andrew’s two decades of art directing and managing stock content in Europe and the USA fuel his expertise in creative trends and visual approaches.