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."
鳥兒吱吱叫著飛越漆黑的長空， 人們沉默無言， 我的血也等到痛了！ 某一個晚上，我 … read more »
The author is a Hong Kong photojournalist. The article is the author's reflection of the role of photojournalist, specifically, those who work in the war zone. She talked about James Nachtwey. People critized Nachtwey's war zone photos, but they didn't see the human side of Nachtwey in the war zone./ conflict regions. He would put down the job and save the people in danger. So when the author did her job and pushed down the shutter for a cruel fighting scene, she immediately thought about Nachtwey. Taking the photo, or saving the person in front of her was more important? Finally, the author would like to use the article to pay tribute to the fallen colleague a week ago.
Sad. Not only because the role of photojournalists in the conflict regions, but also they become the target for the extremlists to fight for their enemy.
Just discover this website. I like it because the photographers use not only photos but also essay to reflect what they feel and think at a particular period of time. Both media works together quite well. Really enjoy reading the essay and looking at the photos.
Unfortunately often it happens that the result we get is far from our expectations, and we end up classifying the long exposure as a demoniacal technique. However, following this step-by-step guide to long exposure photography, you'll see how easy it is to get a good result on the first attempt (or almost).
The background and surroundings for these abandoned properties couldn’t be anymore beautiful. The Nordic country of Iceland is 40,000 square miles of gorgeous terrain. This piece covers everything from an abandoned bulldozer to a plane from the US Navy. Several years ago the plane was in route to the military base in Keflavik.. The DC-3 […]
What catch my eyes most are the stunning sky in each photo. The cloud in the sky is so dramatic. Is it just "luck" that the photographer happened to be there? Or he has waited for a while to catch these stunning sky scenes?
Critically acclaimed Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the 1950s and 60s taking gritty and darkly beautiful photos of street life in Hong Kong. His photographs, to be published in his new book “Fan Ho:A Hong Kong Memoir,” reach back through time and space to connect us to the everyday sights of this bustling metropolis in a way that many of us have never seen before.
A few more photos from Fan Ho, a Hong Kong photographer that we curated last time.
近日，新酒店「中環‧石板街」，於店內擺設了10張攝影大師何藩的作品，相片中盡是橫 … read more »
Ho Fan is a famous Hong Kong photographer. Most of his works were taken during the 50s an 60s. I like the light, shadow, and subjects in his photos. HIs subjects were usually common people, streets, neightbourhood of the old hong kong city. Looking at his photos now, will almost bring viewers back to the 50s and 60s. We can feel that atmoshpere from the photos.
He is a kind of street photographer; however, he would wait for a while for the decisive moment. Ho Fan is now 80s years old and lives in the US.
Truth is a brilliant invention, much like Photography. And Flux Realities: A Showcase of Chinese Contemporary Photography, a new exhibition at the ArtScience
What do you think about these Chinese photographers? It's no doubt they have the skills. However, how about the subject matter? Or do they reflect the society? to be fair, it's just my belief and personal preference of what photography is about.
Robin Williams tragic death has left the entire world in shock, grieving for a man whose entire professional life was dedicated to bringing joy to others.
I experienced depression in the past, though it's not serious. I did find meditation help me a lot. If anyone has a similar issue, or just want to stay health, try it out. Mindfulness meditation is always good trainings to see the impermanent world. keep our mind stable.
One of the greatest pleasures for summer stargazers is viewing the splendor of the Milky Way. Despite the fact that we live in this vast island of billions of stars, most inhabitants of Earth have never seen the clouds of our Milky Way.
This is not an article about photography, but its info will be a gt help to those who like to take photo of the Milky Way.
For landscape photography you definitely need some patience, some “sitzfleisch.” I heard this statement many times when I was starting out in photography. There’s probably something to it, and by the end of this article we’ll state once more that luck comes to the well-prepared. So read on, head out, and help your luck to find you!
View Brazilian fans and players brokenhearted over World Cup exit pictures on Yahoo Sports Canada. See Brazilian fans and players brokenhearted over World Cup exit photos and find more pictures in our photo galleries.
Neither Brazil nor Germany is my favourite team. However, seeing a nation that is so proud of football to lose a game like that, I feel sad. It's depressing specially when you see both the Brazilians and players cried. The cruel thing is they still need to play one more game. I feel the joy of world cup has gone now. A sad moment for photojournalists.