Anonymous Art Producer: I nominate Mark Tucker. Mark is quite simply a master story-teller. In a single frame he is able to capture the essence of his subject. His portraits are timeless and evocative. Mark’s keen eye always finds that one-in-a-million face and light it perfectly. The result is always an image comprised equally of candor, soul and emotion.
Recently, Canon announced the availability of the long-awaited 25p 4K firmware for its filmmaking-focused DSLR, the Canon 1DC (watch my Canon 1DC review video here and our comparison to the Sony F55 h...
Some Views of Africa is a show devoted to artists from various African countries: South Africa, Cameroon, Ghana, and Ruanda. From their works emerges a variegated continent, one that is undergoing a vigorous transformation.
The Green Line is Daniel Gordon’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, presented by M+B Gallery. The exhibition title is a nod to Matisse’s well-known 1905 portrait of the artist’s wife and is visually referenced in several of Gordon’s works.
This week we celebrate the birth of Dorothea Lange and the photojournalistic work she documented throughout the Great Depression in America. Head on past the break for a quick peek into her life and career as a photographer.
This article will compare cameras that cost less than $10,000 that claim to shoot RAW video. The goal is to compare features to price, to estimate true value for money. This will give us a better understanding of what we’re getting into before we make that decisive purchase.