mood

Leveraging Visual Language and the How to Capture ‘Mood’ in a Photo

I often hear photographers express frustration with their images, saying something like, "My photographs don't capture what I really see." But cameras actually do a great job of capturing what things look like. I think what people really mean is that their photographs don't capture what they felt when they made the exposure.

Tably is an AI Camera App That Reveals Your Cat’s Mood

Think you have a good pulse on how your cat is feeling? Tably is a new AI-powered app that can help confirm whether your suspicions are correct. Simply use your smartphone camera to take a picture of your feline friend and the app will use machine learning to decode its mood.

6 Lightroom Tips to Create Moody Landscape Photos

It seems the moody edit trend has been going strong for quite a few years now and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down. There’s probably not a better time of the year to capture moody landscape photos than the winter months.

Tutorial: How to Light One Room with Three Different Atmospheres

Dedolight celebrated its 30th anniversary this year by holding an international competition in which competitors create the best tutorials they can for passing on their lighting knowledge.

The video above is the entry by the Freiburg, Germany-based film production company Dugly Habits. It's a creative 15-minute tutorial in which the instructor steps into a room and shows how you can create three drastically different environments in it by changing how its lit.

Black-and-White Photos That Capture the Feeling of Winter Mornings in Montreal

Lightly falling snow and rain, silent figures walking on sidewalks, a chilly breeze, and the quiet breeze. Those are some of the things captured by photographer Julien Coquentin for his project "Early Sunday Morning." Between 2010 and 2012, Coquentin shot photographs documenting the feeling of winter mornings in the city of Montreal, Canada.