LPCH is currently on hiatus due to some family issues and won’t be accepting submissions at this time. Thanks for all your support.
We love photography! We want to see your photos! We also want to know how you take your photos or read your story about, or an interview with, a photographer and see a series of photos you did on something interesting. Show us!
Issue 3 will not only be available as a printed version, but also as an inexpensive, downloadable pdf suitable for viewing on handheld devices. The links in the pdf stay clickable, so it’s a great way to get people to see your stuff online.
Submission deadline is May 1st.
We love Valentine’s Day! We love love etc. etc. And we’re so in love with these robot with Lego heart Valentine’s Day Postcards. Print on heavy paper and cut apart. The best part is postcard postage is only 28 cents! (If you don’t have time to send them yourself, Leah with do it for you! Purchase full-service Valentines on Etsy.)
Kate Kotler interviewed comedienne and Tummel-er Heather Gold for LPCH Issue 2. Here’s an excerpt =
Gold – […] I learned this stuff from making every mistake you can make. I went through a ten-year coming out process. On many levels. It took a long time for me to be okay with myself.
Bottom line is that you’re different. People need other people to be like them to be comfortable … sometimes. I think [it’s] challenging …emotionally being okay with someone who is not the same as you. And, I think that’s a parent-child dynamic, too. I’m hoping to become a parent, and we’ll see if this process works -knock, knock. Even if you’re not gay – the odds of you wanting stuff your parents don’t see or want for you – are pretty universal.
[But really], it was much harder to come out as an artist than a lesbian. For me to accept that about myself. Because it’s financially challenging and obviously I have an education and people were like “Why are you doing this? You could be doing that.” It’s not often you meet people who will be like it’s great that you’re doing [stand-up comedy].”
Catch the entire interview (and much, much more!) in Issue 2!
Better late than never – due last fall, out for Spring. But who cares when it’s this wonderful!
LP Creative Humans Issue 2:
Better late than never, Issue 2 of Creative Humans Magazine is here!
Do you peruse DIY Photography? If not, you are missing out. Udi Tirosh has sweet kernels of knowledge just waiting to be tasted. Ok, enough of the food weird. But, seriously, check it out. Here is a HowTo on making a Softbox.
Resurrection Fern is one of my favorite sites. She takes lots of photos and wraps chosen rocks in little lacy jackets. It’s like taking a peak into her fanciful world.
Check out the HowTo on her blog.
When I was eight, this is definitely something I would have made. Actually, I might make it now. For my kids. Just kidding. For me. Check out the tutorial on Criminal Crafts.
If you are someone taking pictures of food, you need to read Food Photography & Food Styling Tips – Working the Plate on Culinary Travels.