If you haven’t checked it out yet, Lattice is our new community where you can discover, share and connect with some of the most amazing photography around. Get inspired by the images and celebrate the talented photographers (including you!) behind what you love. It’s that simple.
We recently caught up with photographers and photo lovers to find out what they’re liking about the new community. Take a look at the 6 big reasons they gave us.
1. You can discover & share great photography.
“I think Lattice is a great way of sharing work and highlighting related images on themes or concepts. It’s a lot of fun and a excellent way to explore the work being done by PhotoShelter photographers.”
~Jack Kurtz, Photojournalist
View Jack’s Board: Myanmar
2. You can view photos differently.
“I love how Lattice lets you view an elegant grid of images and quickly search through a range of photographs. I also found it’s quite fun to curate around a single theme or topic and see the different ways photographers approach the same subject matter.”
~ Neil Binkley, Photo Consultant & Creative Director
View Neil’s Board: SurfSkateSnowboard
3. You can stay on top of photo trends.
“As a curator, people send you submissions to review, which is much easier than searching for images yourself. Lattice is also a great learning tool and a creative stimulant. I get to see the latest in material and photo trends, and I find that I’m learning a lot.”
~Alan Look, Sports Photographer
View Alan’s Lattice Board: Feathered Raptors
4. You can get the creative juices flowing.
“Lattice helps me discover photographs that inspire me to explore new ways of using a camera to capture the personality of a place. It gets the creative juices flowing.”
~Bill Ferris, Fine Art Landscape Photographer
View Bill’s Lattice Board: National Parks
5. You can get connected.
“As a magazine editor, I use Lattice to search for and curate photos for my publications. And because Lattice is part of PhotoShelter, I know all of the images are properly attributed and I can get in touch with photographers easily about publishing their work.”
~Christopher Robinson, Editor, Outdoor Photographer
View Chris’ Lattice Board: Underwater Macro
6. You can join serious photographers.
“Even cooler is Photoshelter’s new community: Lattice. The most serious of photographers we feel are there.”
~Chris Gampat, Editor-in-Chief, The Phoblographer
View Chris’ Lattice Board: Beautiful Pinholes
Want to start exploring?