Hotel Indigo to host free smartphone photography masterclasses - Hospitality & Catering News. InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG)’s boutique brand, Hotel Indigo is launching of a series of smartphone photography masterclasses in partnership with the renowned World Photography Organisation (WPO).
To inspire and educate guests, local residents and photography enthusiasts, expert-led intimate masterclasses will be hosted at select Hotel Indigo properties across Europe this summer, including the UK. Masterclasses in the UK, held at Hotel Indigo® London Kensington – Earl’s Court, Hotel Indigo® Glasgow and the soon-to-open Hotel Indigo® York will be hosted by expert photographer, Dan Rubin who has over 730,000 followers on Instagram (@danrubin) and is the Editor-at-Large for The Photographic Journal.
Do you know all of these smartphone photography... - APOGOGIE ORDINAIRE. Inez and Vinoodh's video for new Rihanna And Kanye West And Paul McCartney song. Maybe it’s because I spent all day Saturday watching Beatles documentaries, or maybe it’s because I’m feeling emotional and loving after a big lunch, but this is great.
If you had told anyone five years ago that Rihanna, Kanye and Paul would team up with fashion photography powerhouse Inez and Vinoodh to create a music video, no one would have believed you. But, it’s happened. Rémi Lefèvre sur Twitter : "#photo The eternal love story between two Twitter bots: @badpng & @pixelsorter. The eternal love story of two algorithms: the... View photo #badpng #pixelsorter #wayspurrchen #twitter bot #algorithm #image 8 hours ago.
30 Magical Photos Of Children Playing Around The World. No matter their cultural background, no matter their economic situation, kids will always find imaginative ways to have fun.
Their wild imaginations and magical childhood moments, when captured on camera by talented photographers, can make for truly wonderful photos. Apogogie ordinaire — Aerial photographs of typical Parisians, by... The ultimate flowchart of when it’s acceptable to... Rare Historical Photos Show 1910s Imperial Russia In Glorious Color. Given how many historical photos are video are shot in black and white, many of us can forget that the past was also in full color – we just don’t get to see it.
However, these photos of Russia in the beginning of the 20th century by photographer Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky give us a rare glimpse into the past in full and glorious color. Color photography, in the way that we understand it, was not possible at the time, but it was possible to create a color image for the viewer by completing three separate photographs. Prokudin-Gorsky had to take three separate photographs of the same subject – once with a red filter over the lens, once with a green filter, and once with a blue filter (red, green, blue – RGB – is a set of color channels used by many digital images as well). Later on, these three monochromatic images would be projected through filters of those same colors onto a screen and superimposed. 1step2theleft : Discover the Delightful Town... The-best-photography-apps-for-iphone-2014-edition-1496689753?utm_content=bufferf8710&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter. Lifehacker. How People React When Complete Strangers Fall Asleep On Them On The Subway.
Most of us are all about compassion towards our fellow man, but would you let a tired stranger rest their head on your shoulder for a quick snooze?
New York-based artist George Ferrandi has put that to the test in her quirky and fun photo project “It felt like I knew you.” The premise of Ferrandi’s project is simple – she pretends to fall asleep on a total stranger on the NY subway system, and her associate Angela Gilland captured their reactions on her phone. Most people were, not surprisingly, surprised. Some commuters, however, let Ferrandi snooze, while others either woke her or moved their seats. Napping on strangers is often a part of public prank videos, but Ferrandi approaches strangers with a somewhat more tender approach; “I focus on the shape of the space between the person sitting next to me and myself.
40 Must-See Photos From The Past. The phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” was coined by American newspaper editor Arthur Brisbane in 1911.
It’s a simple notion that applies to many aspects of our lives, but especially to historical photography. #Photo Incredible series: same little house shot. #Photo Discover Istanbul-based’s Erda Inci’s. The secret to making food irresistible on TV (via. New York City’s Central Park from Above. #photo Franck Allais' oversized toys series looks amazing, via @justlike_awoman. Free the Photos Imports Your Instagram Photos Into Flickr. Art of Composition in Photography- Tips and Examples. Guest Article By : Siddharthan Raman The difference between a Snapshot and Greatshot is a composition.
The way the photographer view the subject is very different. Siddharth talking about Art of Composition in Photography. Please check the below points with examples. You may interested in the following related posts : 1) Point of View Before picturing something always try to view the field as a photograph, which helps us in getting knowledge of what to cover and what not to.
Harbouring a love of Ports - Photo Essay. “A ship is safe at harbor, but that is not what ships are for.”
William Shedd The problem with the weekly twitter photo sharing phenomenon @FriFotos is that the topics chosen are always great. Often when looking through images only expecting to find one or two, numerous suitable pictures spring out, signalling the need for a post. This is especially true of the topic for this week – harbours. The natural haven of Squamish, Canada Another reason the themes are well chosen is because they allow participants creativity to flow. My good friend Melvin founder and driving force behind the mighty Traveldudes website first brought my attention to the quote which starts this post.
Twitter to Add Photo Filters to Compete With Instagram. Jay Mark Johnson’s very unusual camera emphasizes time over space. Jay Mark Johnson.
The abstract-seeming images here are not the result of some wacky Photoshopping. Milan, Palazzo Brera Wild About Travel. It does not have the magnificence of the Florence Uffizi, but the courtyard of Palazzo Brera in Milan is one of the nicest spots of the ‘Fashion Capital’. Originally a convent, built during the Renaissance, Palazzo Brera currently hosts the Art Academy, the Brera Art Collection (with a few significant masterpieces) and the wonderful old library.
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