This series purely looks at the color of the record sleeves grouping music by color alone, mixing rich cross genres of sound together. The unseen collection of music, avoids the need to name or identify to influence or be known.
In my works I want to show beauty of people in Harmony with Nature and city I live in. Idea (or fantasy) comes into my head (sometimes in the night). I think about it for a long time – 2 weeks, one month, six months, one year or much more time.
Les applications photographiques pour téléphone – il en existe aujourd’hui des dizaines – ont réellement trouvé leurs usagers en 2010 avec l’iPhone 4 et ses concurrents dotés d’un appareil photo de meilleure résolution (cinq et huit millions de pixels), d’un flash LED et du système HDR3. Que ces « applis » soient une mode ou une réelle métamorphose de l’activité photographique, qu’une fois passé l’envoûtement initial ne subsiste que le procédé rebattu et criard
“Drift” is a series of moving and still images. Collected during travels through Canada, France, Japan, England, Belgium and the USA, these photographs catalogue the shifting light and color of the world’s oceans and shorelines.
Photo books are not just something to look at, they are an essential item for anyone who is seriously interested in photography. So lets see why photo books can help you to become a more passionate photographer.
My photography is based on the idea that reality is an ambivalent structure, a mental frontier between things. An undefined border separating concrete and elusive fields, materiality and the invisible.
A new book, Photographs Not Taken, conceived and edited by photographer Will Steacy compiles personal essays written by more than 60 photographers about a time when they didn’t or just couldn’t use their camera. On the eve of the one-year anniversary of Tim Hetherington’s tragic death in Misrata, Libya, we present one of the most eloquent chapters from the book, in which the photographer offers his thoughts on depicting the dead in photographs and the questioning moment he had after making a picture of a dead soldier in Afhganistan.
Photography is photography, so far as I'm concerned; there is no significant difference for me between making a film photograph or a digital one. I honestly don't care about the medium, just the message.
“Speaking from his heart, without the camera swinging from his neck, Marco Vernaschi articulates his reasons for being a photographer. ‘I had started to question what being a photographer is actually about and the path my work was taking.
Back to the Future by Irina Werning is the ultimate "now and then" photographic projects. She recreated family snapshot photographing the same people 20, 25 years after, dressed and posing in the same way.
“Zirbenland basically deals with life in rural Austria and the notion of documentary vs. staged photographyIt consists of 70 images or so, it starts from birth and ends with death, it will be extended over the coming years, and was produced during an artist in residence program last autumn.”
From town to town with a bag slung over his shoulder, Christopher Héry found his subjects by walking without any particular direction. He only takes pictures with his model’s permission, and only one or two, never more.
On the long flight from Los Angeles to London I undertook last week (which at the time of this posting going live, I will be completing in the reverse) I reread “The Photograph as Post-Industrial Object” by Vilém Flusser.
The Museum für Fotographie in Berlin presents a major exhibition of postwar Japanese photography entitled Metamorphosis of Japan after the War. Photography 1945 – 1964, curated by Tsuguo Tada and Marc Feustel.
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