Get to know photographer and group leader Laurie Cohen, in this new Q&A. This is the first in a new series of photographer interviews for Think Orange.
Chefchaouen, Morocco, known as the Blue City, is renowned for its buildings and streets painted in striking tones of blue, is perfect for photographers.
For portraits, street photography, documentary and environmental portrait photographers, Israel has it all. See the faces of Israel captured by Laurie Cohen.
Sometimes, the work of other photographers can leave lasting impressions. I can think of no better example than the remarkable legacy of Saul Leiter.
One of the most challenging, yet fascinating genres of photography is street photography. Read photographer Laurie Cohen’s advice on the Think Orange blog.
WORLD PHOTO DAY – This past Saturday we celebrated WORLD PHOTO DAY by paying tribute to our amazing team of talented photographers from around the world. Our campaign ran throughout the day on Facebook and Instagram and was so successful that we decided to share the collection on Think Orange™. Please explore and enjoy, and feel free to share.
PHOTOGRAPHING MODERNIST BARCELONA – Anyone that knows me knows that apart from my love of photography, there is nothing I love more than a bit of nostalgia. With this in mind, I thought it a good idea to write a few lines about combining two of my favorite subjects – Photography and the Modernist movement. More importantly however, is how to create interesting images by using your own creativity and artistic vision, instead of just capturing postcard type shots. Having lived in Barcelona for 15 years, my appreciation of Modernist works has only increased, and it is the Catalan form of Modernism in particular that I find so photogenic.