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Le Getty Museum met en ligne 77 000 images sur l'art italien et les tapisseries à télécharger et utiliser gratuitement Certes, le site internet du Getty Museum proposait déjà aux internautes près de 10 000 images d'archives (photos de peintures, de manuscrits ou de sculptures) en téléchargement légal et gratuit. The Getty Iris annonce que 77 000 nouvelles photos haute-définition sur l'art et l'architecture en Italie, viennent enrichir cette collection en ligne. La plupart de ces clichés proviennent du fonds Foto Arte Minore rassemblant les oeuvres du photographe Max Hutzel (1913-1988), souvent méconnues des chercheurs. Elles constituent pourtant une mine de renseignements historiographiques d'une incroyable richesse, notamment sur les monuments et les églises italiens du 20ème siècle. Dans certains cas, ces photos sont même les seuls témoins d'oeuvres ou de structures aujourd'hui démolies, endommagées, volées ou reconstruites. 5 000 photos de tapisseries

From Tate to the Louvre, the world's best museums and galleries online | Art and design Best all-rounders Tate, UK Tate galleries were among the first to recognise the value of the internet – both for engaging with visitors, and for offering multimedia exhibition guides. Their clear, easy-to-use website includes a wide range of blogs; a dedicated Tate Channel of artist video interviews and short films; and no fewer than 16 apps. These are mostly free, and range from the educational, such as the Tate Guide to Modern Art Terms, to the just-for-fun: the Muybridgizer allows you to create an Eadweard Muybridge-style animation using your iPhone camera. Most apps are only available for iPad and iPhone, but Tate is slowly developing availability for Android: I downloaded their guide to the current Roy Lichtenstein show at Tate Modern to my Samsung smartphone, and flicked through a selection of his paintings and scrapbooks from my desk. Museum of Modern Art, New York Best for audio guides Louvre, Paris Prado, Madrid Best for sheer beauty Gagosian galleries, worldwide Least digitally savvy

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Analyser une image mobile (cinéma) Voici les principales techniques cinématographiques à prendre en compte pour analyser un film. Angle de prise de vue : l'angle de prise de vue désigne la place de la caméra par rapport au sujet filmé. Si la caméra est placée à l'horizontale, l'angle est dit « normal », par opposition à :- la plongée : la caméra est placée au-dessus du sujet filmé. Cet angle de prise de vue peut avoir comme effet d'« écraser » le personnage, de le montrer comme étant fragile, vulnérable, dépassé par les événements, etc. ;- la contre-plongée : la caméra est placée au-dessous du sujet filmé. Cet angle de prise de vue peut donner l'impression que le personnage est puissant, dominateur, impressionnant, sûr de lui, etc. Panoramique : le pied de la caméra est fixe mais la tête (la caméra elle-même) est mobile : elle peut être tournée vers la gauche ou vers la droite, être inclinée vers le haut ou vers le bas. Le champ visuel et les plans 1. 2. Le son et la lumière 3. Mais pourquoi rajouter des sons ? 4.

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LACMA | What Do Cats Have to Do With It? Welcome to Our New Collections Website | Unframed The LACMA Blog Two years ago, we launched an experiment: an online image library where we made 2,000 high-resolution images of artworks that the museum deemed to be in the public domain available for download without any restrictions. This week, we’ve exceeded ourselves with the launch of our new collections website, giving away ten times the number of images we offered in the initial image library. Nearly 20,000 high-quality images of art from our collection are available to download and use as you see fit (that’s about a quarter of all the art represented on the site). Just look for the “download” option beneath the photo of the artwork. Why would a museum give away images of its art? The new collections website does more than just give images away. One of my favorite features is the “On View” facet. And apparently a great many of you are thinking about cats, because “cat” has regularly come up in our web usage report as a highly popular search term. Enjoy! Amy Heibel P.S. Like this: Like Loading...

Images d’Art DOSSIER : Faites de vos citations des oeuvres d'art ! Animated Gif Capture : extension Chrome pour créer un GIF à partir d'une capture vidéo Litterature | Livres audio gratuits à écouter et télécharger Rijksstudio: Make Your Own Masterpiece! Peter Gorgels, The Netherlands Abstract In anticipation of its reopening on April 13, 2013, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam launched Rijksstudio, the new online presentation of 125,000 works in the collection. Keywords: collections; image culture; user generated content; responsive design; deep zoom technology; online / offline campaign 1. The main building of the Rijksmuseum will reopen on April 13, 2013, following a major renovation. Rijksstudio is an innovative digital application that makes a large part of the museum’s collection available to all, absolutely free of charge. Figure 1: Tattoo by Droog, based on the 17th century painting Still Life with Flowers by Jan Davidsz. de Heem Rijksstudio is a unique project by virtue of the quality of images, interaction with the public, and concept of “closeness” forming the guiding principle of Rijksstudio, which is borne out at various levels. A focus on the image. Figure 2: Rijksstudio at the Rijksmuseum 2. Online collections Apps and websites 3.

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