Photo Adventures is an activity book by photographer and professional fun-maker Jan von Holleben, who reveals the secret to bending reality using nothing more than a simple smartphone and a playful approach. With the aid of props lying about the house, and a generous dose of imagination, children will discover how to fly like a superhero by turning the ground into the sky; create a brain portrait of what s hiding in their heads by re-photographing an existing photo; put their parents up a pole using tricks of perspective; devise an impossible pinball machine by combining some junk with a tight picture crop; and transform siblings into one-eyed, three-legged monsters with only a mirror and a sharp camera angle!
Featuring pro tips and secret tricks from von Holleben, whose trademark photos fill the book with energy, colour and creative inspiration, Photo Adventures shows that there s more to photography than tech wizardry or applying a filter. Using just a camera phone or basic digital camera, Jan s addictively playful projects are readily accessible, not to mention enormous fun, for the whole family
Table of Contents
Dreams of Flying Brain X-Rays Totems Superpunk Hairdos Fear of Falling Faraway Lands Twisted Bodies Mirror Monsters Fashion Victims Welcome to the Machine Wild Things Horror Show Collections In the Shadows Technical Tips Photo Words
Enormous fun --Primary Times
About the Author
Jan von Holleben is a German photographer living and working in Berlin. His photographs illustrate over ten books for children, and his commercial clients include Die Zeit, Der Spiegel, Dazed & Confused, Creative Review and The Face. Monte Packham is a writer and photographer based in Munich and the author of ABC Photography.