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Le jour où Raymond Depardon a sauvé la web-photographie

Le jour où Raymond Depardon a sauvé la web-photographie | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
C'est arrivé un 31 décembre 2014. À quelques heures du nouvel an, le monde a subitement changé grâce à ces quelques mots de Raymond Depardon : "Je t

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Take My Body este Natal | Arlindo Pinto|Fotografia

Take My Body este Natal | Arlindo Pinto|Fotografia | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
Take My Body este Natal Encontra-se já no mercado, “Take My Body”, um fotozine editado pela Hugglybooks em papel reciclado de 150g, com algumas das imagens
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You can now buy the fotozine "Take My Body"... don't miss it!

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14 Lessons Mark Cohen Has Taught Me About Street Photography

14 Lessons Mark Cohen Has Taught Me About Street Photography | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
All photographs in this article are copyrighted by Mark Cohen.
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Beyond Full Moon Photography

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The rising full moon is a shot on many photographers’ bucket lists, but how many of us remember that the moon is even there on those other 28 days of the lunar month?
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Landscape Photography and Hyperfocal Distance

Landscape Photography and Hyperfocal Distance | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
I can remember when autofocus was relatively new and many photographers distrusted it. Now it’s the other way around – autofocus has become so good and so ubiquitous that manual focus lenses are a rarity.
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“The Image Story” takes you behind the scenes with dozens of different images ... - imaging resource

“The Image Story” takes you behind the scenes with dozens of different images ... - imaging resource | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
“The Image Story” takes you behind the scenes with dozens of different images ...
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Behind every image there is a story. Not just the the final product, once it's ready for everyone to see, but every step leading up to that point.
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Do You Need to Upgrade to the Latest Camera?

Do You Need to Upgrade to the Latest Camera? | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
Do You Need to Upgrade to the Latest Camera? Discussions are full of the benefits of upgrading to the latest and greatest camera. But do you really need it?
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Using Gobos To Create Dramatic Lighting - Digital Photography School

Using Gobos To Create Dramatic Lighting - Digital Photography School | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
When lighting a subject, one of the things you want to try to do is create drama, or a context, using the light. This often means modifying your light source. One of the easiest ways to modify your flash to create a context, or drama, is to use a gobo. Gobos are templates that go […]
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Photographers

Voyeur, hunter and investigator are just a few of the roles that have characterized the photographer when depicted in modern cinema. In Photographers, hundreds of…
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Walking on Eggshells: Borrowing Culture in the Remix Age

"Walking on Eggshells" is a 24-minute documentary about appropriation, creative influence, re-use and intellectual property in the remix age. It is a conversation…
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Portrait Photography by Patricia Eichert

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Patricia Eichert works and lives in Wuppertal and Antwerpen. She shoots regularly on commission for commercial and editorial clients and specialises in people, portraits and fashion photography. As a photographer Patricia Eichert stages moments.

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You'll Be Shocked at What These Editors Are Editing Out of Their Photos (NSFW)

You'll Be Shocked at What These Editors Are Editing Out of Their Photos (NSFW) | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
This isn't about shaming naturally thin women, it's about (1) calling out an industry that requires women to be unhealthy and then hides the harmful consequences and (2) acknowledging that even people who are a part of that industry don't...
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Margaret Waage's curator insight, January 8, 2014 8:13 AM

What is edited out is a more accurate reflection of subject.

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Nan Goldin on Fashion, Catholic Art and Photographs that Make You Cry | AMERICAN SUBURB X

Nan Goldin on Fashion, Catholic Art and Photographs that Make You Cry | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography Corner | Scoop.it

“No place could be less sympathetic to my politics than America. My work is received more intelligently in Europe.”
Caroline Simpson Interviews Nan Goldin, for Pure Magazine, 2002


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Mario Pires's curator insight, January 4, 2015 6:34 AM

"I’ve become really interested in the landscape but not as landscape but more as it relates to mood and how we live and how the outside impacts on the inside. I didn’t really look at the outside world during the years I was photographing the Ballad as I was locked inside my house and I lived totally inside. The only time I went out was to go to bars at night and all the pictures were taken with a flash because there was no light at all. However now I’m very interested in light. It’s the first time that my work has become at all metaphorical – or allegorical."

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29 Spectacular Images of Carnival and Amusement Park Rides

29 Spectacular Images of Carnival and Amusement Park Rides | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
Who doesn’t love amusement park rides? Even if they make you dizzy or nauseous they are still fun to watch and even more fun to photograph!
Here are 29 carnival and amusement park ride images for a little fun this week!
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The 16 Most Photogenic Everyday Objects, Part Two

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In part 1, I spoke about 16 of my favorite everyday objects to include in photographs.  These objects won’t always make a photo, but when included they will almost always make the scene more photogenic.
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“State of Mind”: Interview with Nuno Moreira

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Eric’s Note: Nuno Moreira is a visual artist living and working in Tokyo, originally from Lisbon, Portugal.
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NASA - Incredible Space Images: The Creation of Space Sensors

Behind those stunning NASA images are specialized detectors developed, fabricated, and packaged here at the Goddard Space Flight Center. Tour the Detector De...
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Accent Lighting for Portraits

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Tthanks to the wonderful Bridgette for her work as the make-up artist in this image
Studio lighting continues to mystify and bewilder many developing photographers.
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Understanding the Sunny 16 Rule

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Photographers! Let's talk a little about this! Understanding the Sunny 16 Rule
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Weddings Through The Eyes of a "Noob": Lessons I Learned - Digital Photography School

Weddings Through The Eyes of a "Noob": Lessons I Learned - Digital Photography School | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
Throughout the first 20 years of my career in photography, I’d photographed a lot of different things- NHL All-Star games, Major League Baseball, NFL Football. I’d photographed portraits, boudoir, model portfolios. Landscape photography became a passion of mine. One thing I never photographed was a wedding.  When I began my career, I assisted on exactly […]
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Mishka Henner

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The website of Mishka Henner including No Man's Land, Dutch Landscapes, Less Americains, Astronomical, Photography Is and Photographers
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Top 10 Ways to Sabotage your Professional Photography Aspirations

Top 10 Ways to Sabotage your Professional Photography Aspirations | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
Through the various classes and workshops I teach, I inevitably run into a number of students with professional photography aspirations.
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Stunning images show a photographer following his girlfriend around the world - Fox News

Stunning images show a photographer following his girlfriend around the world - Fox News | Photography Corner | Scoop.it
Stunning images show a photographer following his girlfriend around the world Fox News Now, the Moscow-based couple have a fresh batch of images in the series that feature places like Madrid, Istanbul, Miami and London -- and have a new book coming...
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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 Corner | 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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Mario Pires's curator insight, January 7, 2014 6:55 AM

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.