The Photographers Society PHOTOGRAPHER FOCUS · Luca Adamo If you ask me for it, I will say that Luca Adamo makes mainly street photography. But it is not easy to define in a univocal way which can be understood as such: it is not even possible to find among photographers who love the genre even an uniform idea about the elements or traits that can define it. For some, it is as simple as picking up the camera, go out and find moments; these everyday situations in which people who pass beside us are usually involved. It would treat then a picture of the everyday, often close to the portrait, even the reportage, in which the person is the axis -conscious or unconscious— without which the capture has no sense. Luca’s approach to the photographed reality in the urban environment is fully emotional: in his photography he treasures unique everyday fragments. And paradoxically, although the human figure is broadly absent from his shots there is in them a huge dose of humanity.
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Go Dutch to make a better photograph - home - A Better Photograph In making photographs, our normal inclination is to make the horizon level. And in fact, many cameras now a menu item that allows the display of a built-in level to assist with that. But sometimes, skewing the horizon line in the photograph can add impact to an image. In cinematography, Dutch angle means tilting the camera to create a sense of exoticness or unease. It's a technique that has been used often in film, and photographers use the technique as well. Beyond the pyschological effects it can engender, I like to use it to add more of a graphic quality to the composition, or make an image seem more candid. And here are a couple of other examples of using the Dutch angle. So the next time you do a shoot, play a little bit with the horizon line.
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CS 178 - Digital Photography Course materials Course schedule (click here for the lecture notes) Course description (meeting time, units, prereqs, etc.) Course outline (textbooks, coursework, grading policies, etc.) Archive of class business (the "What's new?" Tutorials - Newest Tutorials The Photojojo Store! - the Most Awesome Photo Gifts and Gear for Photographers Meet Echograph, the Instagram of Animated GIFs | Wired Design You’ve been warned: You’ll soon see images like the ones in this post — part moving, part still — everywhere. Animated GIFs are making a comeback, and Echograph, a new iPad app, is taking them to the next level. Remember how the newspaper photos in the Harry Potter movies came alive? Here’s how it works: You shoot a video, select a five-second clip, and choose one still as the main frame. Echograph is the creation of Nick Alt, founder and CEO of Clear Media, a Southern California-based 10-person creative agency that does work for Mattel, Chik-Fil-A, and Macy’s while also developing their own products. Alt’s team actively uses a variety of photo-sharing services like Facebook and Instagram, but wanted something more. Echograph grew out of his interest in Lomography and other old-school photo techniques that encouraged shutterbugs to choose images carefully, with a story in mind, rather than shooting mindlessly.