Blend Textures In Your Instagram Photography

If you are look­ing to add a bit more extra (or explore a bit) with your Pho­tog­ra­phy, specif­i­cal­ly with Insta­gram, read on. It took me a while to track down these sources so I hope they help you find more cre­ative ways in using Insta­gram; and in the process, learn and grow more with your Pho­tog­ra­phy style.

For this post, I will be intro­duc­ing three peo­ple who are con­tribut­ing to the com­mu­ni­ty by cre­at­ing and dis­trib­ut­ing free texture/pattern/overlay packs. You prob­a­bly have seen a lot of amaz­ing images late­ly using these or a com­bi­na­tion there of.

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Kapitza Geometric Book

Kapitza, an inde­pen­dent Design com­pa­ny based in East Lon­don, recent­ly pub­lished their new book enti­tled, Geo­met­ric.

Geo­met­ric is a unique pat­tern resource book fea­tur­ing an excit­ing col­lec­tion of 264 colour­ful and mono­chrome pat­tern illus­tra­tions. Get inspired by Kapitza’s pat­tern art, all cre­at­ed with the 100 Geo­met­ric pat­tern fonts includ­ed on the CD for Mac and Win­dows. Now design­ing your own pat­terns is as easy as typ­ing – but with much more excit­ing results.

336 pages, 264 pat­tern illus­tra­tions
CD incl. 100 pat­tern fonts (Mac, PC)
ISBN 978–3‑87439–767‑4

Pret­ty col­or­ful right? Add those pat­terns and shapes, and you have a visu­al feast right in front of you. It is cur­rent­ly sell­ing for only 55-pounds… about $81.55 (at the time of this post). You may grab it by going to their online store here.

Nixon Modical Rotolog Watch

Cool, unique watch that I saw while brows­ing.

Get pre­ci­sion tim­ing in Nixon’s Mod­i­cal Rotolog Watch with lat­est style sport­ing a funky pat­terned enam­el coat­ing. Whether your steeze is hip-hop or punk the Mod­i­cal’s cus­tom 30 meter stain­less steel with hard­ened min­er­al crys­tal case­back and stain­less steel straps show Nixon’s top of the line crafts­man­ship with diverse design. The Japan­ese Quartz time move­ment with led is eas­i­ly read from a roll dial on the right side of the cas­ing so you won’t be late for your skate ses­sion or cof­fee shop hang­out or what­ev­er. Use this watch in the dark with its back­ing light cause even though we’re oh so total­ly dif­fer­ent nobody has night vision, right?

MSRP is $449.95. But I saw it for about 50%-off at a deal site (now gone).