It’ll be clear when looking at the forthcoming images that there is a lot going on in conceptual street/landscape/portrait photographer Morgan Levy’s work. Many of her images will seem caught in an impenetrable stillness.
"Though I often work in picturesque places, the intent isn’t to depict beautiful landscapes. It’s to find and create an image (or the raw material from which to composite an image) that represents or evokes a specific idea or thought. Using landscape to successfully convey ideas is challenging. And I don’t always succeed." This is exactly what I want to learn!
"I’m attracted to ambiguous undertones. If a subject smiles in a photograph, the viewer thinks he or she understands something about this person or this moment. Expressions I’m drawn to are ones where the answer isn’t obvious, where the viewer is left wondering. This is what I mean by a “pregnant pause”: a moment embedded with meaning and significance that is somewhat withheld."
Ansel Adams is best known for his breathtaking landscape photos, but he photographed much more than nature during his decades-long career. In 1943, already
Although this series are about Japanese relocation camp in WWII, I can see the trace of landscape e.g. Mt in the photos as backgrd. Also see the Master's skills beyond landscape. Might be Ansel would be a good street photographer as well if he took that path. We can see his skills on that through this series.
Young boy found lying face-down on a beach near Turkish resort of Bodrum was one of at least 12 Syrians who drowned attempting to reach Greece• Warning: this article contains images that readers may find distressing
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I don't think "instagram photographers" is a proper label to these photographers. Instagram is just a media to tell the story & to create the art. If we look at the photos, we can see the solid skills of composition and lighting,etc from these photographers. They probably can create the same quality of work regardless of the media.
‘My eldest son went to see this picture in an exhibition… it really upset him. I think it made him realise how poor we were’
This is an unique story. I think 99.9% we would hear a photo from the photographer's perspective. It's very rarely to hear the thought from the subject in the photo. This is a very touching interview and retrospective from the subject in the photo.
Photography has never been as popular as it is today. People of all ages learn photography in various schools and online universities, and lots of talented photographers have a wonderful opportunity to reveal themselves not only as artists, but also as teachers. Like all creatives, photographers can sometimes experience creative block or a lack of …
Guest blogger Helen Bradley (from www.projectwoman.com) shows how to use the LAB color mode in Photoshop to give a punch to your photos. I like to see lovely saturated color in my photos but sometimes the color I capture just doesn’t do justice to the subject and it isn’t what I remember the scene looked …
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