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Center for Creative Photography- Etats-Unis (Arizona)

Center for Creative Photography- Etats-Unis (Arizona)
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Gallerie STEVENSON - Afrique du sud (Cape Town) Cape Town 26 November 2015 - 16 January 2016 SCHEMA The Cape Town gallery is open throughout the season except on public holidays. Photography: Photography Equipment, Lenses, & Lighting | B&H As the USA's leading photography store, B&H Photo is committed to providing superior knowledge and exceptional equipment for beginners and professionals alike. It makes no difference whether you're a shutterbug who's just starting out or a seasoned shooter with your own studio—our aim is to supply today's photography enthusiast with everything needed to take gorgeous, breathtaking photographs. On film or digitally. In full color or black and white. Any format, every day. Regardless of your photographic proficiency, only B&H delivers the best price... and the best advice. In fact, we're so committed to education that we built an archive of helpful photography news, tips and product reviews to help you choose the best photography tools for your particular needs and creative goals. But if you're shopping for a drone to take your creative aims higher, our in-house specialists can guide you to the best aerial imaging solutions, hands down. Looking to save even more?

Huis Marseille, musée de la photographie-Pays-bas (Amsterdam) In the Future, We Will Photograph Everything and Look at Nothing “Today everything exists to end in a photograph,” Susan Sontag wrote in her seminal 1977 book “On Photography.” This was something I thought about when I recently read that Google was making its one-hundred-and-forty-nine-dollar photo-editing suite, the Google Nik Collection, free. This photo-editing software is as beloved among photographers as, say, Katz’s Deli is among those who dream of pastrami sandwiches. Before Google bought it, in 2012, the collection cost five hundred dollars. My guess is that it wants to kill the software, but it doesn’t want the P.R. nightmare that would follow. “The giveaway is bad news, as it means the software they paid for has almost [certainly] reached the end of the line in terms of updates,” wrote PC World. Google’s comments—disheartening as they might be—reflect the reality of our shifting technologies. To understand Google’s decision, one needs to understand how our relationship with photographs has changed.

Rencontres photographiques de Montpellier Landscape Photography Tips -- National Geographic We've all had the experience: Driving through a beautiful landscape, you stop at every scenic overlook to make photographs sure to capture the grandeur of what you see. You get home, look at the pictures, and find them flat and boring. All the elements that enthralled you at the time are there, but not the feeling. When we look at a landscape, our eyes travel over it and selectively focus on the elements that we find appealing. Time is the most important investment you can make in getting good landscape pictures. If a river or stream flows through the landscape you are shooting, think about the character of it and how to convey that character in the image. Look carefully for reflections in the water. Photographing forests presents a different set of challenges. As with any photograph, find a point of interest. Whether you are shooting toward a forest or shooting from inside it, look for patterns, lines, and other compositional elements you can use.

Centre de la photographie-Suisse (Genève) Instagram Photographers to Follow in All 50 States From Maine to California and Florida to Alaska, more than 90 million Americans have joined Instagram since the photography site launched in 2010. TIME LightBox selects 50 Instagram accounts to follow – one from each and every state. By Olivier Laurent & Lucia De Stefani Alabama Jared Ragland @jaredragland A former photo editor for the White House, Jared Ragland is also a photographer and professor at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. Alaska Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo Corey Arnold might reside in Portland, Ore., but he spends the majority of his time in Bristol Bay, Alaska, where he runs a wild sockeye salmon fishing operation in “an abandoned cannery complex called Graveyard Point,” he says. Arizona Ryan Neal Cordwell @ryannealcordwell Ryan Neal Cordwell is one part of the duo behind the creative design firm Royal & Design in Arizona, and his Instagram feed shows where the creative director gets his inspiration and love for simple, yet carefully composed photographs. Arkansas Nina Robinson

Musée français de la photographie - Bièvres HORAIRESOuverture au public du mercredi au dimanche (sauf jours fériés), de 13h30 à 17h30.Fermeture(s) exceptionnelle(s) : - à partir du 16 avril 2015. TARIFS Droits d'entrée : - 3,00 € (plein tarif) - 2,00 € (tarif réduit : familles nombreuses, étudiants, personnes âgées, personnes handicapées) Gratuit pour les jeunes jusqu'à 18 ans, enseignants, professionnels des musées et des écoles d'art, journalistes, sans emploi, inscrits à l'ANPE, bénéficiaires du RMI, accompagnateurs de groupes, titulaires de la carte ICOM, de la Carte jeune 91 et du "Pass'Essonne". Gratuit pour tous le 3e week-end du mois. Tarifs des visites guidées et ateliers - Visite guidée : 54,20 € (maximum : 25 personnes). - Ateliers : 77,40 € pour 1 atelier, 120 € pour 2 ateliers. ACCÈS Depuis Évry, en voiture : - Autoroute A6 en direction de Paris, sortie en direction de A10 - Palaiseau, continuer sur D444 direction Igny puis Bièvres.

The Power of Photography Photographers use their cameras as tools of exploration, passports to inner sanctums, instruments for change. Their images are proof that photography matters—now more than ever. By Robert Draper Thirty-four years before the birth of this magazine, the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard sourly prophesied a banal fate for the newly popularized art of photography. The National Geographic Society did not set out to test Kierkegaard’s thesis, at least not right away. By wresting a precious particle of the world from time and space and holding it absolutely still, a great photograph can explode the totality of our world, such that we never see it quite the same again. Today photography has become a global cacophony of freeze-frames. When I tell people that I work for this magazine, I see their eyes grow wide, and I know what will happen when I add, as I must: “Sorry, I’m just one of the writers.” Apparently they wouldn’t have it any other way. Robert Draper is a contributing writer.

Auer Foundation for Photography-Hermance ( Suisse) Digital Photography Tips -- National Geographic By Rob Sheppard and Bob Martin Digital cameras today offer superb image quality that competes directly with film. These cameras look and act like traditional cameras with a few extra features. Many things about digital cameras are identical to film cameras, a few things are slightly tweaked from film expectations, and a number of features are unique to digital photography. For quality results from any camera, the basics of photography still apply no matter how an image is captured. The "digital" in digital camera has caused even experienced photographers to worry that this new technology will be difficult to master. Digital cameras come in a variety of forms, from point-and-shoot pocket cameras to advanced digital SLRs. Simple point-and-shoot digital cameras can give surprising quality when they have the right lenses and sensors. Interchangeable-lens, digital SLRs offer all the controls of a 35mm SLR, including lenses that give you a wealth of focal-length possibilities.

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