The simple visual tool is a great way to make content more interesting, appealing and engaging for your audience without having to rely on creative content ideas. It also helps you to add social elements that are particularly relevant for your target audience – again without creativity or coding skills.
The tool works by combining the images of David Lazar with a visual essay about photography and its connection to art.
We have created a visual tool to help photographers make better decisions while taking photos. This visual tool is the result of our collaboration with photographer David Lazar, who has been working with us for more than 10 years now.
This tool makes it easy to create images of a certain subject. By simply clicking on an image, you can get a perfect still shot of it.
When people see a picture of a beautiful woman, they tend to learn her name and go on to learn more about who she is. The same thing happens when you see a pretty lady, you start to remember her name and find out much more information (her photo, bio, etc.)
Together with photographer David Lazar, we have created a beautiful visual tool that allows you to select your photo, add text and get back a stunning collage of it.
Visual tools are becoming the most popular form of content generation. They make the content creation process more efficient and quicker.
In 2016, David Lazar, creative director of David Lazar Photography, created a tool called “Vibes”. The idea behind the tool was to help people understand what they want to see when they look at a picture, and give them insights into their own experience.
For example: If you are looking at a photo of a beach on your Instagram feed and you just want to know where the sand is located on the beach so that you can find it in photos of other beaches later on. Vibes will show you this information for you and by simulating the process yourself with your phone camera app, it gives you exactly what you want.
“Visual tool” is our first visual writing tool. It’s a part of “Streets and Voices”, a company that we founded together with photographer David Lazar. The idea came from: 1) to document the world in a way that doesn’t rely on photography or its tools; 2) to find creative ways to share pictures as well as stories from around the world; 3) to make people feel closer together. In short, “visual tool” is about making people smile.”