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Gregory crewdson

Gregory crewdson
[abonnement gratuit] Gregory Crewdson est né en 1962 à New York photographie l’Amérique rurale dès ses débuts en 1985 Son travail est présent dans de nombreux musées américains Les images utilisées dans cet article sont tirées du très beau livre Gregory Crewdson: 1985-2005 Sous la direction de Stephan Berg Relié: 242 pages Editeur : Hatje Cantz Publishers Édition : Bilingue anglais-allemand (17 octobre 2005) ISBN-13: 978-3775716222 Sorti en novembre 2008 en français (et superbe) Sous la Surface des Roses Gregory Crewdson Pour l'acheter, cliquez sur ce lien Veuillez noter : Il nous est extrêmement difficile de réunir les autorisations nécessaires à la présentation des photographies originales dans le texte et nous n'avons pas de budget pour la rémunération des ayant-droits. Comment fonctionnent les images de Gregory Crewdson ? Au départ, le parti est le même que celui de Jeff Wall : on est dans une scène de film. L’écœurement du réel Des méthodes inspirées du cinéma

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Michael Tittel: Behavior This week we are sharing work submitted to Lenscratch… It does not happen often, but every now and then I will catch someone sneaking a candid of me in public. It is the photographer in me that relates to the strides taken for the perfect image, and because of this I always pretend I cannot see them. I shake their presence off in hopes that I embodied what they needed, that in some way I managed to help them in their quest for a perfect image. Michael Tittel’s photographs satisfy my curiosity for all the photos of me I do not know, that I have not seen.

Back to the Slums of His Youth, to Defuse the Ebola Time Bomb MONROVIA, Liberia — The girl in the pink shirt lay motionless on a sidewalk, flat on her stomach, an orange drink next to her, unfinished. People gathered on the other side of the street, careful to keep their distance. Dr. Mosoka Fallah waded in. Details about the girl spilled out of the crowd in a dizzying torrent, gaining urgency with the siren of an approaching ambulance. Danny Santos II - Freelance Photographer in Singapore When I’m out on the streets, I often encounter faces that make me look twice; faces that stand out in the crowd without trying; faces that are out of the ordinary. They range from the exquisitely beautiful to the strangely wonderful. I started to approach these strangers for permission to take a photo of them. Some said no, but most said yes. After taking their portrait, I’d say ‘thank you’ and walk on along.

Paul McDonough: “New York City 1968-1972” documents the quirky nature of New York street photography (PHOTOS). © Paul McDonough. Courtesy Sasha Wolf Gallery, New York City. Photographer Paul McDonough has a knack for catching passing, off-kilter incongruities on the New York City streets. He arrived in the city in 1967 and started taking photographs of unique moments happening around him; the New York City 1968-1972 series is said to be his first as a photographer. Capturing weirdness on the streets of New York City might seem like an easy feat, but McDonough has a rare ability to capture a confluence of gestures in the exact moment in which a great photograph happens. Summer Over the City The photographer George Steinmetz, whom Lauren Collins Profiled in the magazine in 2010, has shot his iconic aerial photographs from the skies over more than seventy countries, including China, Israel, and Libya. For the past year, however, Steinmetz, who lives in suburban New Jersey, has remained closer to home, trading his paraglider for a helicopter to explore New York City and its surroundings. As winter turned to summer, Steinmetz’s desolate, snow-covered scenes–the Coney Island carousel, a lot filled with Richard Serra sculptures–became vibrant landscapes replete with picnickers, athletes, and High Line promenaders. The photographs of familiar places in the city are mesmerizing in their detail: a ballet dancer in Central Park, a tennis player mid-leap, the reactions of sunbathers at Chelsea Piers. “There is so much I don’t notice until I’m editing,” Steinmetz said. Domino Sugar Factory, Brooklyn40°42′49″ N, 73°58′5″ W

Thoughtful Photography Sunset at the Esplanade, 2014. All Rights Reserved. Photography is a medium that is famous for freezing time. The word snapshot suggests that a tiny slice of time is recorded for posterity. STEVEN KLEIN STUDIO In between songs, Gaga offered some playful, theatrical banter in her best whispery-baby Marilyn Monroe impression. She made sure to point out her genuine pleasure in seeing in the balcony collaborator Tony Bennett (with whom she’s releasing an album of duets with later this year), and director/photographer Steven Klein, who was behind her “Alejandro” video. She climbed a rose-draped ladder to Tony at one point and later remarked on how moving it was to see her dad and Steven Klein meet and hug backstage. Being the theatrical, bawdy star she is, she ended her very genuine anecdote on Klein and her father by saying “Daddy, he’s the nice man who took that pretty picture of my pussy!” in a heightened version of the whispery-baby voice.

Brice Portolano Photographe Brice Portolano is a self-taught photographer currently based in Paris, France. His work is mainly inspired by the man/nature relationship and leads him to meet and follow in their explorations adventurers who have a strong bond with nature. Contact:

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