New York Times Bert Stern, Elite Photographer Known for Images of Marilyn Monroe, Dies at 83 New York Times Bert Stern, an elite commercial photographer who helped redefine advertising and fashion art in the 1950s and '60s but is perhaps best known...
I went to Paris last week for business, but had a free evening to spend with a friend there. We decided to do some long exposure photography.
Normally long exposures are useful to blur out moving water in landscapes. Here we actually "blurred" out people, sometimes even removing them entirely! It's quite a funny feeling when you look at your picture after the long exposure. (@danielpfund)
Javier Arias's insight:
Os dejamos este tutorial de Daniel Pfund sobre cómo hacer fotos con la X-Pro1 con largas exposiciones via @danielpfund El equipo de fotografiando.com realizará este tutorial y en breve os mostraremos los resultados aquí en nuestro blog.
Vivian Maier era una apasionada de la fotografía, las más de 100,000 instantáneas que capturó a lo largo de su vida, y que nunca pudo revelar por falta de dinero, lo dicen. Vivian no fue más que una humilde niñera que falleció en la pobreza en 2009.
Eric's Note: Federico Chiesa was born in a small town in Tuscany, Italy, in 1979. He studied commercial photography at "I.E.D" in 2005 and now works as a professional advertising photographer and retoucher.
"I first became seriously interested in photography over 50 years ago. My current style is mostly impressionistic. I love taking the raw original and working with it to create an atmosphere and emotion rather than a realistic documentation." ~ Suzanne Cummings
We love cheatsheets as one can refer to them and make quick amendments to better our skills. Since many loved our last compilation of cheatsheet for designers, we’ve decided to compile another set of cheatsheets, this time for photographers.
These intimate, up-close portraits of people in the streets of Tokyo speak for themselves. We love the direct gaze, the honesty and tough humanity of these photographs. One can only imagine the stories behind these time-worn faces.
I made this 1 hour documentary for the 50th anniversary of the great photo essay journal, Life Magazine. It was a thrill to interview so many brilliant photo...
Javier Arias's insight:
Interensantísimo documental de casi 1 hora que conmemora el 50 Aniversario de la Revista Life. En él se entrevistan a algunos de los mejores fotoperiodistas de Life como Alfred Eisenstadt, Gordon Parks y mucho otros narradores de la historia del siglo XX. Autor del documental Hoffman)
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