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Filip Van Roe. DAVID MARTIN CASTAN. Tobias Gawrisch (xplor-creativity) Photos - 500px. Piet De Kersgieter / fotograaf_filmmaker. ARI VERSLUIS. Loulou beavers Photography. Sally Mann. Nicolasdhervillers. Interview with Todd Hido. 2014 Aqva - labokoff.com. Michael Kenna. Creative vision, quality, and craft in photography and digital art. Paris Roof Tops Photographed by Michael Wolf. For more than 15 years, Munich-born photographer Michael Wolf has been observing life in the cities, which has resulted in a unique and iconic body of work.
After moving to Hong Kong in 1994, he created a number of photo series about life in the sprawling, rapidly modernising cities around the region. In ‘Architecture of Density‘, he focused on the dizzying high-rise apartment buildings in Hong Kong, while in ‘Tokyo Compressions‘ he explored the claustrophobic nature of Tokyo subways during peak hours of daily commute. When Wolf’s wife, an established photo editor, wanted the family to move to Paris in 2008, the photographer decided to turn his lens away from the obvious sites and cliches synonymous with the ‘City of Lights’. Instead, he turned his finely tuned eye to Paris Rooftops, focusing on capturing interesting geometry compositions, muted colours, old walls with small pops of antennas and terracotta chimneys. You might also like exploring his Paris Tree Shadows series.
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Exhibition Scope Basel 2015 - artist, news & exhibitions - photography-now.com. Duncan Miller Gallery is proud to present a solo booth of the works of Christopher Colville at the Scope Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland (June 17-21) Colville’s “photographs” are made with process instead of camera.
He places pieces of silver gelatin photographic paper on the desert floor near his home in Arizona on dark, moonless nights. Then using found and brought objects, he assembles compositions on top of the paper. He sprinkles gunpowder atop of the composition, lights a fuse and runs. Untitled. Born in Paris in 1928 to Russian parents, Erwitt spent his childhood in Milan, then emigrated to the US, via France, with his family in 1939.
As a teenager living in Hollywood, he developed an interest in photography and worked in a commercial darkroom before experimenting with photography at Los Angeles City College. In 1948 he moved to New York and exchanged janitorial work for film classes at the New School for Social Research. Joris Luyten photography for food, floral, people, products and travel.
Dhervillers nicolas. Ali Gholi Agha Bath by Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji. Tutorials Archives - PetaPixel. How I Shot a Triple Transit of Jupiter’s Moons from My Driveway With My DSLR A few days ago I was lucky enough to capture Jupiter’s triple moon transit right from my driveway in Denver.
Read more… How I Made Myself a DIY Spider Light for $40 I recently made myself a DIY Spider Light as a thrifty alternative to the Spiderlite that costs hundreds of dollars. The entire project ended up costing $40 per light and can be built entirely with parts from a local home improvement store. Photographer Ruth Bernhard - Original Photographs. Michael Kenna. Shooting photographs, drawing lines…
Artsy Abandoned Street Photographs - Bert Danckaert Photography Makes City Streets Into Works of Art. Baan - photography. BRASSAI / Biography & Images - Atget Photography.com / Books. BRASSAI took his name from the town of his birth, Brasso, in Transylvania, then part of Hungary, later of Roumania, and famous as the home of Court Dracula.
He studied art at the academies of Budapest and Berlin before coming to Paris in the mid-twenties. He was completely disinterested in photography, if not scornful of it, until he saw the work being done by his acquaintance Andre Kertesz, which inspired him to take up the medium himself. In the early thirties he set about photographing the night of Paris, especially at its more colorful and more disreputable levels. The results this project --- a fascinatingly tawdry collection of prostitutes, pimps, madams, transvestites, apaches, and assorted cold-eyed pleasure-seekers --- was published in 1933 as Paris de Nuit, one of the most remarkable of all photographic books. Making photographs in the dark bistros and darker streets presented a difficult technical problem. From "Looking at Photographs. Architectural Photography Tips with Brad Feinknopf. Editor’s note: This is a guest contribution by Murat.
Murat interviews architectural photographers on a regular basis. Visit daminion.net to read interviews with other architectural photographers, each containing samples of their best work, their achievements and failures, professional marketing secret, tips and more! The thing that impresses me most about good architectural photography is its ability to imbue inanimate subjects – buildings and other manmade structures – with a life and soul of their own. Over at my blog, I interview architectural photographers on a regular basis. And today, I want to bring to your attention (in my opinion) one of the greatest architectural photographers, Brad Feinknopf.
11. Rut Blees Luxemburg. Location: London German born and London-based photographer Rut Blees Luxemburg's large-scale photographic works explore the construction of public spaces of the city.
Her work takes on a nocturnal tone, and with it a sort of strangeness. Luxemburg makes use of long exposures to capture the eerie light of the urban evening. Her investigations of structures we take for granted (highways, streets, street signs, street lamps etc.) become all the more memorable and contemporary in the strange green and orange wash of city flood lights. The eye of Friederike von Rauch. "I try to avoid the sun.
" The statement of photographer Friederike von Rauch would seem to run counter to the very nature of photography and photographic art, but as one familiarizes oneself with her photos, a richly layered story of perception unfolds. Von Rauch, a German photographer living in Berlin, began as a silversmith and first stepped behind the camera while working as a location scout for large film productions. She works almost exclusively in black and white and always with a traditional analog camera. Philipp Siempelkamp Photographer / Home. Massimo Listri. Adam Mørk. 1. Hufton + Crow. Location: London Photographic duo Hufton and Crow have had their international prestige affirmed by their 2012 win at the World Architectural Photography Awards with their images of MAXXI (Museum of XXI Century Arts).
The image of Pierres Vives by Zaha Hadid Architects feels as massive and dense as the tons of concrete used to make it, despite it being the size of a postcard on one's computer monitor. Their photographs of the Giants Causeway Visitor Center (in Bushmills, UK) make the façade feel like something between Stonehenge and Kubrick's monolith. Their photographs give the viewer room to breathe; the depth of field is so deep, and the horizon line so long that the photographs actually feel like the monumental spaces themselves.
Website Follow @HuftonandCrow. Dancer Freezes Time in Jeffrey Vanhoutte’s Project. Brussels-based photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte created this stunning project featuring an acrobatic dancer displaying various expressive poses that seem to be frozen in time.
The dancer throws clouds of powdered milk up in the air while fulfilling graceful and fluid movements. Jeffrey Vanhoutte captured them in film and photo though as he states it took even longer too clean up the mess than to actually create the images. Todd hido. © John Vink / Magnum Photos. For the record if you master the Flemish language… I was interviewed by Luc Van Eeghem, presenter of the ‘Pompidou’ program at Radio Klara, on the occasion of my exhibition with vintage prints at 44Gallery in Brugge (open on W.E. until May 25th). You can download a podcast HERE (search and click on ‘Pompidou’). The ‘Zinnekes’ (‘Halfbloods’ in the Brussels dialect) parade was drenched in the rain today. The ‘Zinnekes’ Parade is Belgium at its best: absurd, inventive with bits and pieces of anything and cardboard, funny, multi-cultural, with a twist of ‘it is messy but it’ll work out (and it does)’, and rainy.
Bruno mercier photographe - Google Search. Long Exposure Techniques. About. My name is Erik Johansson, I’m a full time photographer and retoucher from Sweden based in Berlin, Germany. I work on both personal- and commissioned projects and sometimes I create street illusions. I don’t capture moments, I capture ideas. To me photography is just a way to collect material to realize the ideas in my mind. Julien lanoo photographs. Julien lanoo photographs. Architectuurfotografie & interieurfotografie / Cafeine / Thomas De Bruyne / Grafiek + Webdesign / Gent. Karin Borghouts. Phillipe Desnerck - Foodphotography. Philipp Siempelkamp Photographer / Home. Massimo Listri. Ciro Totku: Abstract Photography. Brett Weston. Feedlots - Mishka Henner. Feedlots Coronado Feeders, Dalhart, Texas (2013). Archival pigment print,150x180cm.
Keith Carter Photographs. The Longest Photographic Exposures in History - The Latest - itchy i. The tremendous popularity of this article with more than half a million (!) Clicks in one month inspired me to contact the artist Michael Wesely himself. I felt there were questions by readers which I couldn't answer correctly without talking to Michael.
Polaroid Mosaics By Maurizio Galimberti. Marurizio Galimberti is an Italian born photographer who creates abstract mosaic portraits with Polaroid film. Julieanne Kost Photography. Sarah Blee portfolio. Dirk Braeckman. The eye of Friederike von Rauch. Landscape, Travel and Architectural Photography and Workshops by David Clapp - David Clapp Photography. Creative Multiple Exposure Photography by Stephanie Jung. Alfred Stieglitz. Nick Frank. Luigi Ghirri. “Everything has a blighted, faded quality about it now.
Still, if you look at it for a long time, the old charm reemerges. Ted Forbes (tedforbes) on Pinterest. Menu, Paris, 1959 - Saul Leiter - Artists - Jackson Fine Art - Photography - Atlanta. Tokyo Tower Gigapixel Panorama. About this photo This is a 150-gigapixel image shot from the top of the Tokyo Tower. It was shot in September 2012 with the kind assistance from the management of the Tokyo Tower. Menno Aden - Room Portraits. Menno Aden_Room Portraits Works. The House of Gray Malin Photography. Mastering the Art of Intentional Camera Movement. Michael Orton Photography - ICM. ICM - Intentional Camera Motion. Birgit Wolfs. » Loisir. Photographer & Visual Engineer. Brett Weston. Mirjamappelhof.nl. William A. Garnett. William Garnett took his first cross-country flight after serving as a United States Army Signal Corps cameraman during World War II. What he saw below inspired him to learn how to pilot a plane so he could photograph the American landscape.