Spencer Murphy on. Do you think theory sometimes overshadows the artist’s creative process when working on a visual project?
Being able to contextualise and speak about your work is definitely important but you see students getting tied up in knots by this all the time. In truth most photographers I know work in reverse and sign off their supporting text once they have a solid body of work. Too much emphasis on theory would stifle my creative process but each artist works differently - as do viewers. I like art that really makes me think but I don't like to rely on an explanation for me to understand it. Canadian Photographer Captures Wanderlust In Magnificent Landscapes. Elizabeth Gadd is a self-taught 21-year-old photographer from Vancouver, Canada.
Her signature style is to photograph wanderers and adventurers in magnificent landscapes. Having been raised in scenic surroundings with mountains, forests and fields, she loves to wander and explore. Eventually, she started taking her camera with her.
Cameras reviews, comparisons. See 22 of This Year’s Best Portraits. Each year, the National Portrait Gallery in London presents its selection of what it considers to be the best achievements in portraiture.
And each year, not everyone agrees with the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize’s final selection, which features 50 portrait images, as well as four shortlisted photographs that compete for a $20,000 cash prize. In past years, groups of photographers have joined forces to denounce the National Portrait Gallery’s process and perceived bias, which is alleged to favor a certain type of conservative imagery. Since 2011, for example, the Portrait Salon photography prize has been selecting its own winners from the pool of rejected Taylor Wessing entrants.
Incredible Photos of People Living Off The Grid Who Abandoned Civilization for Life in the Wilderness. Photographer Antoine Bruy not only traveled and lived with off-grid families for three years, but captured captivating photos of their Walden-esque existence.
When screeching city noises and demands from the 9-5 job become too much, most people can only dream of what quiet isolation in the rural countryside could be like. But French photographer Antoine Bruy turned that dream into a reality by hitchhiking across Europe from 2010 to 2013. The artist wandered through remote mountain regions without any fixed destination or route in mind, but along the way met several individuals who had willingly abandoned hectic city life in exchange for retreat in the deep wilderness. Gregg Segal photographs people with a week’s worth of their trash in his series, “7 Days of Garbage.” Gregg Segal The United States has a trash problem.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average American produces more than 4 pounds of garbage per day. That’s more than double the amount produced in 1960, and it’s 50 percent more than the amount produced by Western Europeans. In January, photographer Gregg Segal decided to put some imagery to those numbers. One Photo a Day. International Center of Photography.
Workshop with Brenda Ann Kenneally. The Hinterlands has organised a 6-day intensive workshop in Devon with highly-acclaimed photographer Brenda Ann Kenneally.
For her first UK workshop, Kenneally will deliver her own bespoke programme designed to unravel the inner workings of photographic practice in order to discover photographers’ individual voices. Included in the workshop are: one-on-one sessions with Keneally to discuss exisiting work or work in progress, daily photographic tasks set in the local area, group discussion and brainstorming, evening talks with guest speakers and practical production and technical guidance. Anatomy was never so colorful: Lorenzo Vitturi's latest work. A 2010 short documentary about the Ridley Road Market by Adam Ryzman.
The Ridley Road Market Exotic fruit and vegs, meat and fish, clothes and fabrics in Africa-inspired patterns and bright colours; sellers promoting their products using the oldest of marketing techniques: yelling at passers-by to take a look at their goods; and people walking around the stalls, considering their purchases. Wonderland by Kirsty Mitchell: heart-breakingly beautiful photographic series in memory of an extraordinary life. Kirsty Mitchell's Wonderland series has been three years in the makingAll costumes, wigs and sets were constructed on a shoestring budgetSome images took up to five months to createShe would often wait an entire year to find the perfect natural setting for her shots By Stephanie Hirschmiller Published: 14:11 GMT, 17 May 2012 | Updated: 09:34 GMT, 18 May 2012.
Stunning Nude Photo Series Challenges What It Means To Be 'Attractive' (NSFW) What is "attractiveness"?
Artist Gracie Hagen devised one way of addressing the question. In an effort to explore distance between media-propagated imagery -- the ones that star photoshopped men and women with impossibly pristine bodies -- and the genuine reality of our own flesh, she embarked on a project titled "Illusions of the Body. " Recruiting mostly women and a few men of various sizes and shapes, Hagen photographed her models in two separate poses. A Husband Took These Photos Of His Wife And Captured Love And Loss Beautifully. News » ISSP. Gitzo GH2781T Series 2 Traveler Ball Head. The Gitzo GH2781TQR Series 2 Traveler Center Ball Head w/ Quick Release is a compact tripod head, only 4.49" (11.4 cm) tall, and weighs 14.4 oz (408.2 g), making it the ideal support for photographers on the go.
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Photography Magazine - Aperture Foundation. Issue #31/ ref. Issue #31 / ref. The Summer issue of Foam Magazine reflects deeply on relationships between photography and reference. Ref. presents eight portfolios which refer each in their own way to other photos, a specific visual style or language, or to stereotypical visual elements that we recognize from other photographic genres. They are all portfolios that recognize that nothing exists in splendid isolation. Included is a major portion of the project Then & Now by the prominent American artist Ed Ruscha. After the creation of Every Building on Sunset Strip, an icon of conceptual art, Ruscha photographed every building of Hollywood Boulevard in 1973. British Journal of Photography. Photography news, events, photoshop tips. Raw Energy Asmita Kapadia We discovered the landscape and architectural work of Asmita Kapadia in our Photography Group.
Here she shares more of her stunning portfolio and talks about women in her profession. Contemporary photography magazine.