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Photo Innovation: sedition Selling Fine-Art Photos for the Screen

Photo Innovation: sedition Selling Fine-Art Photos for the Screen | photography | Scoop.it

British art star Damien Hirst has sold some of his iconic spot paintings for more than a million dollars. But London-based s[edition] sells Hirst’s spot art for just $21. What collectors get for $21 is not a one-of-a-kind painting but a “digital limited edition,” a high-resolution digital file limited to 10,000 copies and capable of being displayed on any electronic screen from a smartphone to a flat-screen TV.


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This may be  the beginning of a market that lesser known photographers could tap into.  The photographers version of an ebook. Selling  images at a low price but in a high numbered edition, and with  very low investment  of money or time (except color management).

 

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Fine art for the screen, This is interesting for two reasons, Screens as a delivery medium for quality fine art in terms of resolution and content, and a technology that can prevent image theft.

James Sherwood-Rogers's curator insight, January 7, 2014 10:31 AM

Art is one of the most advanced marketing industries and Damian Hirst is to the Art World what Steve Jobs was to Electronics. Commercial astute, marketing savvy and design/aesthetic oriented. 

 

As his Dot Painting Products have plateuaed and saturated demand in each sector, he has breathed new life into them by replatforming them, squeezing all possible value out of them. From original paintings, to edition paintings, to edition prints, to books and products with dots, and now another version, at an even lower price.  

 

He has continuelously experimented with new distribution models, eschewing the standard gallery or 'channel' sales route for a direct approach via auctions, and then direct via his own gallery.

 

He once said he was 'Amazed what it was possible to achieve with an E in O Level Art'. At the time he was talking about Art. Bearing in mind he is now the richest artist that has ever lived, he could equally as well have been talking about his extraordinary commercial prowess.

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Photographie : les couleurs américaines de Bernard Plossu

Photographie : les couleurs américaines de Bernard Plossu | photography | Scoop.it
Rencontre avec le photographe Bernard Plossu, qui expose une très belle série sur le sud-ouest américain aux Rencontres d'Arles.
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Garry Winogrand

Chroniqueur de l’Amérique de l’après-guerre, Winogrand est encore mal connu, tant il a laissé de travail à accomplir — au moment de sa mort prématurée
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Looking Back: Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, and Robert Frank in New York City | Open Letters Monthly - an Arts and Literature Review

Looking Back: Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, and Robert Frank in New York City | Open Letters Monthly - an Arts and Literature Review | photography | Scoop.it
Diane Arbus’s photographs are weird. Their subjects are weird. She herself was weird. A new exhibit takes us back to the origins of that strangeness –and asks
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Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, and Robert Frank all showing in NYC this summer. 

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Maja Hoffmann, la reine d’Arles

Maja Hoffmann, la reine d’Arles | photography | Scoop.it
En attirant l’intelligentsia artistique comme Gehry et Millepied, la richissime mécène remodèle la ville des Rencontres photographiques et de la Fondation LUMA.

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Great news for the region. Hopefully it can do for Arles what the Guggenheim did for Bilbao.

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le moma lance ses cours de photographie sur la toile (et c'est gratuit) | read | i-D

Oubliez deux minutes Instagram, achetez une ou deux pellicules et laissez-vous guider par l'un des plus prestigieux musées du monde – devant votre écran.

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#Photographie : Fujifilm arrête les films instantanés couleur peel apart FP-100C

#Photographie : Fujifilm arrête les films instantanés couleur peel apart FP-100C | photography | Scoop.it
Signe du déclin du marché de la photographie argentique, Fujilm annonce d’années en années l’arrêt de sa production de certains films argentiques et instantanés.
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Initiation Labo photo argentique noir et blanc

Initiation Labo photo argentique noir et blanc | photography | Scoop.it
Initiation Labo photo argentique noir et blanc - 2 jours             Prochain workshop : - Samedi 1er et dimanche 2 Mars 2014 de 9h30-13h et 14h -17h30. Il s’agira d’...

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Neg Contact - Scanning of Negatives Slides Photographs, Digitizing Negatives, Color Transparencies

Neg Contact - Scanning of Negatives Slides Photographs, Digitizing Negatives, Color Transparencies | photography | Scoop.it
Neg Contact Scanning of Negatives Slides Photographs with Contact Sheets to complete your archives.
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Le front d’Orient à travers les photographies des frères Manaki

Le front d’Orient à travers les photographies des frères Manaki | photography | Scoop.it
Du 8 mars au 18 septembre 2016, l’exposition du Mémorial de Caen fait découvrir le front d’Orient dans la Grande Guerre à travers le fonds d’archives photographiques méconnu des frères Manaki.
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Plusieurs millions de documents à portée de main

Plusieurs millions de documents à portée de main | photography | Scoop.it
Plusieurs millions de documents consultables et téléchargeables gratuitement : livres, manuscrits, cartes et plans, estampes, photographies, affiches, revues, fascicules de presse et journaux, enregistrements sonores, partitions...
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Retour vers l'Argentique

Retour vers l'Argentique | photography | Scoop.it
La photographie numérique s’est tellement imposée à nous depuis une décennie que beaucoup d’entre vous me diront : « mais quelle idée de retourner en arrière ! ». Alors je vais essayer de vous convaincre en « développant » 3 très bonnes raisons de pratiquer cet « art » qui semble en effet dater d’un autre temps pour les plus jeunes.

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One Man’s Race Against Time to Save Another Photographer’s Legacy - The Phoblographer

One Man’s Race Against Time to Save Another Photographer’s Legacy - The Phoblographer | photography | Scoop.it
Cezar Popescu is racing against time to save Costică Acsinte’s photographs before they disappear completely, painstakingly cleaning and scanning every single glass-plate negative in the collection to digitalize, preserve, and archive Acsinte’s life’s work.

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Garry Winogrand - Garry Winogrand: Visions of the Street | LensCulture

Garry Winogrand - Garry Winogrand: Visions of the Street | LensCulture | photography | Scoop.it

The Jeu de Paume presents the first retrospective in twenty-five years of the great American photographer, Garry Winogrand (1928–1984), who chronicled America in the post-war years. Winogrand is still relatively unknown because he left his work unfinished at the time of his death, but he is unquestionably one of the masters of American street photography, on a par with Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander andWilliam Klein.



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Les « monuments » de Frank Gehry

Les « monuments » de Frank Gehry | photography | Scoop.it
C’est à lui que la mécène Maja Hoffmann a fait appel pour concevoir la tour de la fondation LUMA à Arles. Retour sur plusieurs œuvres emblématiques de l’architecte star Frank Gehry.
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7 Shows Not to Miss at Les Recontres d'Arles 2016 - artnet News

7 Shows Not to Miss at Les Recontres d'Arles 2016 - artnet News | photography | Scoop.it
We picked seven of the most intriguing exhibitions currently on view at the annual French photography festival 'Les Recontres d'Arles.'
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Les clichés audacieux et facétieux de Philippe Halsman aux enchères à Drouot

Les clichés audacieux et facétieux de Philippe Halsman aux enchères à Drouot | photography | Scoop.it
A Paris, le Musée du Jeu de Paume terminait le mois dernier, une exposition consacrée au travail du photographe Philippe Halsman, célèbre notamment pour avoir fait bondir devant son objectif les plus grandes stars d'Hollywood. Une collection inédite de 400 de ses clichés, assemblée par Serge Aboukrat, est en vente à Drouot le 1er avril, chez Pierre Bergé & Associés.

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Lomography - How to Develop Photos on Stone in a Darkroom

Lomography - How to Develop Photos on Stone in a Darkroom | photography | Scoop.it
I have always loved the idea of seeing my photos on stone and other natural materials. So, a few months ago, I began googling how it could be done. This is how

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How Photos Were Made Through History, From Daguerreotypes to Digital | Michael Hession | Gizmodo.com

How Photos Were Made Through History, From Daguerreotypes to Digital | Michael Hession | Gizmodo.com | photography | Scoop.it

Making a photograph today is a matter of pressing a button and letting a bunch of electronics do their thing. Before that we had film, and before film we had even more cumbersome processes. Did you know that making photographs once involved materials like egg-whites, asphalt, and platinum? Watch these videos to hear and see how the magic of photography came to be.

The series, produced by George Eastman House, takes you through just how photographs were invented and refined, starting from the very first experiments with the camera obscura and light-sensitive silver salts. It's incredible fascinating to see the actual processes demonstrated on camera. It's also pretty important, I think, to have a rudimentary knowledge of how such an influential technology works. Here they all are:


Click headline to watch the series of video clips--


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Jack-Connor Hinchliffe's curator insight, April 15, 2015 1:24 AM

Its interesting to see the difference in recording of history through photographs. Will this again develop as time progresses, perhaps through recording direct through eyes or such like?

Marcus Ja'mol Norman's curator insight, April 17, 2015 1:25 PM

Crazy to see the progession of pictures within 100 years

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Forum photo argentique - Yashica Mat

Forum photo argentique - Yashica Mat | photography | Scoop.it
La photographie argentique et l'appareil photo argentique. - Yashica Mat

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L’histoire de la photographie expliquée en 5 minutes

L’histoire de la photographie expliquée en 5 minutes | photography | Scoop.it
Comment est née et a évolué la photographie ? C’est ce que nous vous proposons de découvrir aujourd’hui avec cette courte vidéo en anglais du site COOPH qui retrace les grandes étapes de la photographie, de ses débuts à nos jours.
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[Mystère #206]Le crash de trains loupé de Crush au Texas - La boite verte

[Mystère #206]Le crash de trains loupé de Crush au Texas - La boite verte | photography | Scoop.it
-Le gagnant : Bravo à Gurvan qui a trouvé en premier cette semaine. Ils ont aussi trouvé mais trop tard : Gaël, zbl, Goberge, Laurent, Laganache, Karl, amertun, Juline, Fredo, Matt, Jean, Olivier, Edeon, Olivier.
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Philip-­Lorca diCorcia: Reflections on 'Streetwork' 1993-­1997 | ASX

Philip-­Lorca diCorcia: Reflections on 'Streetwork' 1993-­1997 | ASX | photography | Scoop.it
The content may criticize the media or the state or the history of photography, but I would be disappointed if the work were reducible to any one of those things.

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"Reality, as I witness it on the street, is a humbling thing. Maybe that is why artists escape into the realm of “subjectivity”? Photographers seem to escape it with the reductive “objectivity.” I would like to give each its measure: the process of finding the proper proportion continues still."

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"Reality, as I witness it on the street, is a humbling thing. Maybe that is why artists escape into the realm of “subjectivity”? Photographers seem to escape it with the reductive “objectivity.” I would like to give each its measure: the process of finding the proper proportion continues still."

Jacques Clayssen's curator insight, August 9, 2015 3:50 AM

"Reality, as I witness it on the street, is a humbling thing. Maybe that is why artists escape into the realm of “subjectivity”? Photographers seem to escape it with the reductive “objectivity.” I would like to give each its measure: the process of finding the proper proportion continues still."

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Flashback: New York City, 1978-1980 - Gothamist

Flashback: New York City, 1978-1980 - Gothamist | photography | Scoop.it

A new set of old photos has been unearthed and digitized (hat tip to Forgotten NY for alerting us). The man behind the lens writes: "I have first added photo galleries made from scans of color slides taken from August, 1978 to May, 1980. These represent all the noteworthy shots I have on slides. In the future, I will be scanning my color negative collection, which is a lot more vast, spanning from late 1974 to recent years." He's captured everything from rollerskaters on Midtown sidewalks to BBQs in Woodhaven... Enjoy!


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Eamonn Doyle - i, Dublin street portraits | LensCulture

Eamonn Doyle - i, Dublin street portraits | LensCulture | photography | Scoop.it
The question then became: is it possible to take photographs of these people in such a way that will honour their essential, even existential, distance from me? Is it possible to photograph them in a way that says ‘I won’t gain knowledge of them by photographing them, but maybe something will come from the attempt to, maybe even from the failure to?’
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