News, January, 2018

Atl TBP / On Demand Fashion Photography Workshops

A new initiative, ALT TBP lets anyone request for an artist to conduct a 4-5 day workshop in Dubai, only focusing on fashion photography. Based on a voting system, that will allow people to select an artist and send a request to join in the workshop. The voters will get 15% discount on the full fees. These workshops will be for mid-to-advance level photographers and will be focusing on aesthetic, lighting, retouching and creating editorial ideas.

To launch the the program first workshops will be conducted by Samuli Karala & Mann.

More information will be available on thingsbypeople.com/alttbp

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Thinking, January, 2018

New Age of Working

Do you like working in your "office"? Thats a question for todays creatives, who would love to be in a space, which is not an office.

News, January, 2018

Take it for a day read

Call it a true story, a book with images or fiction. This work is very fulfilling to the soul. Shot by McQueen's backstage photographer Anne Deniau, it says so much about McQueen's life, his career and his personality and his dark side, often seen in his work. The Black & White book of raw photos, highlights true emotions of models backstage. We keep this book in our office, if you are ever around, you should take it for a day read.

Update, January, 2018

Best Nine of 2017

We were not shocked to see the most liked images during our 2017 posts on Instagram @tbpwall.

86,566 likes were made on our account in 2017 giving these 9 the top liked photos. Toped up the below 3.

Cover Story, 2018

Björk for Glamour Iceland by Silja Magg

From the series of Masked Björk here comes another one for Iceland Glamour! Shot by the photographer Silja Magg, this works of her truly captures raw encapsulated personalty of Björk. The cover that that hides the face of known artist pretty much says about how social media and internet is influencing brands, magazines and big names, as in how they represents themselves by creating ground breaking imagery.

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