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Le World Press confirme le prix d’un sujet mis en scène

Le World Press confirme le prix d’un sujet mis en scène | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
Après trois jours d’enquête et de dialogue entre le World Press Photo, le photographe Giovanni Troilo et la mairie de Charleroi, la fondation néerlandaise a décidé de confirmer le prix du photographe italien. Les photos de Giovanni Troilo étaient bien des mises en scène comme le démontre le témoignage d’un de ses modèles, Philippe Genion, en commentaire de l’article d’OAI13

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Perhaps now we can accept that "objectivity" is something that is only a theoretical "feel good" notion, that no one has ever seen in the real world.

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It's Nice That : Bruce Gilden's brilliantly photographed ladies "scream a story"

It's Nice That : Bruce Gilden's brilliantly photographed ladies "scream a story" | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
Bruce Gilden's brilliantly photographed ladies "scream a story"
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La photo doit-elle bousculer l’espace d’exposition ?

La photo doit-elle bousculer l’espace d’exposition ? | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
Les expos photos : il y a celles qui alignent sagement les images à la queue leu-leu sur les murs. Et il y a celles qui semblent vouloir à toute force échapper à cette forme classique de présentation.

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Germaine Krull (1897-1985)

Germaine Krull (1897-1985) | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

"Germaine Krull (1897-1985) est une des photographes les plus connues de l’histoire de la photographie, pour sa participation aux avant-gardes des années 1920-1940, et l’une des femmes-photographes les plus célèbres. La publication de son portfolio Métal en 1928, sa présence à l’exposition « Film und Foto » en 1929 sont les événements le plus souvent rappelés, qui l’inscrivent de fait comme l’une des égéries de la « modernité » photographique.
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L’exposition « Germaine Krull » propose une nouvelle lecture de son œuvre en rééquilibrant une vision artistique intégrée à l’avant-garde et une fonction médiatique et illustrative (de laquelle se nourrissent aussi les mouvements modernes comme le surréalisme ou le constructivisme).
Le parcours proposé par l’exposition concernera principalement la période de pleine activité photographique 1926-1933, en évoquant aussi son travail au service de la France Libre, jusqu’en 1945 et la période ultérieure, lorsqu’elle vit en Asie.[...]"

 

Germaine Krull (1897-1985)

Un destin de photographe

du 02 juin au 27 septembre 2015

Jeu de Paume, Paris




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Film vs. Digital: A Comparison of the Advantages and Disadvantages

Film vs. Digital: A Comparison of the Advantages and Disadvantages | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

"In a world in which photographs are primarily taken with digital image sensors, there are a growing number of photographers who are newly interested in film formats of the past."


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Interesting Content's curator insight, May 27, 2015 11:35 PM

Although it is becoming more common to use smartphones and digital cameras to take pictures, there are still some advantages to using traditional film. This article explores a few of those advantages, as well as common disadvantages. 

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Mary Ellen Mark (1940-2015) | The Art of Photography

Mary Ellen Mark (1940-2015) | The Art of Photography | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

Mary Ellen Mark grew up in Philadelphia in the 1940’s. She received a BFA in painting and art history from the University of Philadelphia in 1962. It was there that she met and became friends with Harold Feinstein who was teaching at the Annenberg School for Communication. After graduating, she worked briefly as a drafter for a city planning office. She quickly realized that she had no interest in drawing for a living. She had already embraced photography and decided to enroll in the masters’ program at Annenberg and she graduated in 1964. The following year, Mary Ellen received a Fulbright scholarship to photograph in Turkey. Early elements of her style began to emerge as she documented local people and began to embrace an intimate style of environmental type portraits that brought her subjects into a relationship with the viewer. Her travels included other countries and cultures as well and began to plant the seeds for future projects........


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Boost of British: An Interview with James Hyman

Boost of British: An Interview with James Hyman | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

Hyman is a unique figure in the British photography scene–a dealer, collector, and former academic, he has a finger in many pies. As such, he is perfectly placed to discuss a broad spectrum of issues that concern British photography and the photo world in general.


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"People consume photography in this country; they just don’t collect it. I think that’s to do with the history. In France, photography was the key art form in Surrealism; in America, Californians like Weston and Adams perfected prints that were beautifully mounted, signed and editioned. But in England, photographers like Bert Hardy andGrace Robertson showed their work in magazines."

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Views & Reviews Martin Parr on Paris Ihei Kimura 木村伊兵衛 Photography

Views & Reviews Martin Parr on Paris Ihei Kimura 木村伊兵衛 Photography | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

Ihei Kimura… was Japan’s leading photographer of the immediate postwar period, and represented the dominant photographic aesthetic of that era: social documentary based on a broadly humanistic approach… Kimura… [was] influenced by classic photojournalism in the Cartier-Bresson mode, and [was] keen to set Japanese photography on a much more professional basis…


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"Ihei Kimura first attracted the world’s gaze when his photo collection of Paris,“Pari”, was released. At that time, he was traveling through several European cities and providing his photographic works to camera magazines. His color-photographs of Paris surprised everyone."

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Andrew Sanderson: The Single Image

Andrew Sanderson: The Single Image | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago Andrew Sanderson reached out to me. He had read an interview I had written for rfotofolio where I mentioned the confinement of the photographic project–20 images and a statement, wrapped up in a neat bow.

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"In the last ten years, there has been a shift away from creating single images to creating work in projects, shot with intention, created around a conceptual idea or a way of examining the world. My belief is that this shift has come from a variety of reasons."

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Above the Foggy Lineup by Toby Harriman

Above the Foggy Lineup by Toby Harriman | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
Above the Foggy Lineup by Toby Harriman

Above the Foggy Lineup - Aerial over San Francisco.

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Daido Moriyama’s Two Cities

Daido Moriyama’s Two Cities | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
When I had first looked at Moriyama’s Okinawa it was to photograph the cover of the book on the ICP copy-stand. The clear, black and white contrast on the cover led me to quickly flip through the book before deeply looking into it.

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Mario Pires's curator insight, May 26, 2015 7:22 AM

"After comparing Moriyama’s two books I realized that the closeness I had felt with one of them was contrasted by the wonder I had for the other. The original appeal of Moriyama’s black and white balanced style led me to enjoy his two books for their balance to me. I was able to romanticize one part of the world with Okinawa, and then appreciate my home with ’71 NY."

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About Photography: Useful photography apps for your Android smart phone

About Photography: Useful photography apps for your Android smart phone | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

"These days there is an APP for everything. So I began to wonder if there were any handy photography utilities that might be convenient to have with me at all times. Two items that immediately came to mind were a light meter and manual flash calculator. I sometimes take my old film cameras out for fun and carry a small Sekonic light meter with me. Having an accurate meter APP on my phone means I could leave the meter at home. On occasion an hand held light meter reading could be helpful even with my DSLR or mirrorless cameras, especially in situations where I think the light is fooling the through-the-lens meter."


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ESRA - Bruxelles | Bruxelles

ESRA - Bruxelles | Bruxelles | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

Après Paris, Nice, Rennes et New-York, le Groupe ESRA, Ecole Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle, ouvre un établissement à Bruxelles. Vous rêvez de travailler dans la production et réalisation de films, de séries télévisées, de clips musicaux ou de spots publicitaires ? Venez découvrir cette école renommée lors de la Journée Portes Ouvertes du 4 avril 2015.


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Après Paris, Nice, Rennes et New-York, le Groupe ESRA, Ecole Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle, ouvre un établissement à Bruxelles.

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BEFORE THEY PASS AWAY | Photographer: Jimmy Nelson

BEFORE THEY PASS AWAY | Photographer: Jimmy Nelson | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

"The wigmen of the Huli people aren’t like Western toupee manufacturers. They are wizards who only work with people who have fine heads of hair. What a traditional wigman does is use ancient magic to make hair grow faster than normal so it can be cut off and turned into a wig. Evidently, magic – like hair restorer – doesn’t work if the hair is long gone." - Jimmy Nelson


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Jimmy Nelson is a British photojournalist and photographer known for his portraits of tribal and indigenous peoples. 

 

In 2009 Nelson started to work on his biggest project to-date, Before they Pass Away. He travelled for 3 years and photographed more than 35 indigenous tribes around the world in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, and the South Pacific, using a 50-year-old 4x5in camera.[5] Nelson said that the project was "inspired by Edward Sheriff Curtis and his great photographs of Native Americans". The tribes that Nelson photographed include the Huli and Kalam tribes of New Guinea, the Tsaatan of Mongolia and the Mursi people of the Omo River valley in southern Ethiopia. Jimmy borrowed the funds from a Dutch billionaire, Marcel Boekhoorn.

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Abandoned Buildings by Matthias Haker

Abandoned Buildings by Matthias Haker | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

A festival of abadoned building photography by Matthias Haker.

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Differences between eye and camera: practical implications | Ming Thein

Differences between eye and camera: practical implications | Ming Thein | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

Many photographs do not work. Subsequently, we find out they do not work because there is a difference between what you saw and what your audience sees in the image. Sometimes this comes down to lack of skill in translating an idea, but often it’s more subtle than that: the camera doesn’t see what we see, and we need to be both highly aware of that and how to compensate for it. Yesterday’s photoessay is a good example: it’s no big deal to make a monochrome image, but our eyes only perceive a lack of color under very exceptional circumstances. Yet it’s these differences that make some images stand out, and others not really ‘work’. There are a few important properties of the eye/brain combination to note: firstly, we have an incredibly wide dynamic range, but it isn’t linear. Highlights seldom clip to white or oversaturate, though blacks go black fairly quickly. Also, our vision switches to luminance-sensitive rods at lower brightness levels, meaning that the darker it gets, the more desaturated and flat things appear. A camera mostly maintains linear tonal response across the entire tonal range, and thus the final output will look different to both what we see and our idea of how a scene of that given brightness should look.......


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Street shot of the day: waiting for the sun

Street shot of the day: waiting for the sun | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

Iso 25600. Sony A7s with the Zeiss FE 35mm. The post Street shot of the day: waiting for the sun appeared first on Mike Kobal.


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#Photographie : Mary Ellen Mark, une grande photographe vient de nous quitter

#Photographie : Mary Ellen Mark, une grande photographe vient de nous quitter | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
RT @lense: Mary Ellen Mark : une grande photographe vient de nous quitter
http://t.co/fGv3vBsr7S http://t.co/rsSdvEv7a2

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Above the Foggy Lineup by Toby Harriman

Above the Foggy Lineup by Toby Harriman | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
Above the Foggy Lineup by Toby Harriman

Above the Foggy Lineup - Aerial over San Francisco.

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Photographer Suing Pinterest in Federal Court Over Repeated Copyright Infringement

Photographer Suing Pinterest in Federal Court Over Repeated Copyright Infringement | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
A Seattle-based fine art photographer is suing Pinterest for infringing upon his copyrights and other intellectual property rights. Christopher Boffoli cla
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Photographers, Writers and Friends Remember Mary Ellen Mark

Photographers, Writers and Friends Remember Mary Ellen Mark | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
"You could not be around her and not learn how to see things as she saw them."

Federico Fellini on the set of Satyricon. Rome, 1969.

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Black nude (by Jeanloup Sieff, 1979)

Black nude (by Jeanloup Sieff, 1979) | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

“I’m proud of the two adjectives, superficial and frivolous.” – Jeanloup Sieff


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Interrogating The Notion of Documentary Truth: Stacy Kranitz – ‘As it was give(n) to me’

Interrogating The Notion of Documentary Truth: Stacy Kranitz – ‘As it was give(n) to me’ | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

Charged with sexualized iconography of women, drug use and stereotypical characterizations of Appalachians, her work employs the tropes of the documentary tradition to reimagine and subvert the established form and intent of the genre.


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"When discussing As it was Give(n) to me, I find it necessary to acknowledge the level of consideration and research that has gone into the production of each image. The depth of Kranitz’s work offers a glimpse into the obsessive relationship between the artist and her process. She decisively shuns the fast-paced production model utilized by journalists for that of the long-form documentarians."

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La photo doit-elle bousculer l’espace d’exposition ?

La photo doit-elle bousculer l’espace d’exposition ? | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
Les expos photos : il y a celles qui alignent sagement les images à la queue leu-leu sur les murs. Et il y a celles qui semblent vouloir à toute force échapper à cette forme classique de présentation.

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Mario Pires's curator insight, May 27, 2015 4:20 AM

"Pour que les artistes soient amenés à montrer la photo autrement, il a fallu que celle-ci change de statut et soit traitée non plus comme un tableau photographique à contempler, mais comme un élément ou une matière qui pouvait se plier à de nouvelles formes artistiques. Le passage du médium par l’art conceptuel et ses démarches n’y a pas été étranger : la photo s’échappe hors de son cadre, devient flexible et ne connaît plus de limites."

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Red Giant | Magic Bullet Suite

Red Giant | Magic Bullet Suite | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it
Color correction, finishing and film looks for filmmakers

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Red Giant | Magic Bullet Suite : Color correction, finishing and film looks for filmmakers

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Brazil | Photographer: Steve McCurry

Brazil | Photographer: Steve McCurry | ESA LE 75: Veille Technologique et Artistique. | Scoop.it

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Photo report's curator insight, January 19, 2015 7:26 AM

Chances are you already know Steve McCurry as the man who took one of the most iconic photos of our time. It was of a 12-year-old Afghan refugee girl who’s piercing green eyes told us her harrowing story. The image itself was named “the most recognized photograph” in the history of the National Geographic magazine and her face became famous as the cover photograph on their June 1985 issue. Beyond just that one photo, McCurry has shot over a million images spanning 35 years. More than anything, he is one of a few that has that amazing ability to capture stories of our shared human experience. As he says,


“Most of my images are grounded in people. I look for the unguarded moment, the essential soul peeking out, experience etched on a person’s face. I try to convey what it is like to be that person, a person caught in a broader landscape that you could call the human condition.”


"Looking through his large body of work, we get to experience fantastic faraway places we can only dream about visiting. It’s in his incredible photos that we feel connected to the world at large, appreciating our similarities and our differences, our cultures and our histories, and our past and our present in a truly unique and inspiring way."

 

"To develop this project, the first thing I did was simply to observe the life of people in this part of the world. Through photogenic documentation, I wanted to tell what I had seen, how the farmers grow and harvest the coffee, and their lifestyle. I tried to show their daily habits, I entered their homes and went to the plantations, I wandered through the villages and let the images scroll in front of my eyes, to tell of the faces, the stories and the atmosphere." - Steve McCurry

Claudia Fano's curator insight, February 5, 2015 2:17 PM

This imagination is rare i wish i could think outside the box like this painting.