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10 Raw Photos That Show What an Open Relationship Is Really Like Artist Keren Moscovitch understands how complicated open relationships are — she's been in one. Moscovitch told Refinery29 her photo series "Me Into You" is meant to capture all the emotions that come with being non-monogamous. "My partner and I had been in a monogamous relationship for several years, and we were beginning to blur the boundaries of our intimate life by opening the relationship to other participants," she told R29. "We played with swinging, kink, and polyamory, with the intention of getting closer and more open about who we each were as individuals." Advertisement - Continue Reading Below On her website, she further explains her photos look at "natural expression of sensuality in a society overrun with taboos, in which the human body becomes compartmentalized and moralized.

HMAb — HeatherMortonArt buyer One of my favourite things about this show is that it includes so much variety. Subject matter, technique and of course style- the show is a lovely mixture. Plus, it represents photographers in very different places in their careers. Established shooters like Lee Towndrow are showing fantastic work that warrants more attention. But it’s also thrilling to be include new shooters like Rodrigo Daguerre. Rodrigo’s work caught my attention during my visits to Sheridan last year and I mentioned him in a blog post here (in that blog post I also mentioned Rebecca Baran’s great Assistant Workshop. Quick Fix When was my Zenit made? Look at the serial number. The first two digits indicate the year when your Zenit was made. For instance 67039703 means the Zenit was made in 1967, 83083999 was made in 1983. This also works for the lenses made by KMZ. You can recognize KMZ made equipment by these signs.

Learn GIMP: From Greenhorn to Guru in 19 Lessons fmgbain GIMP is a very popular graphic program, and though not as popular as Photoshop, there are a good many designers who use it as their first choice. While it has some universal features shared by many other graphic programs, as we discussed in the Linux Design Tools: High-end Design on a Low-end Budget? DPA BLOG: PHOTOS:#NIGERIAN ARTISTE ORESEGUN OLUMIDE DISPLAYS HIS DRAWING THAT BEATS THE MONALISA PAINTING All the images below are drawn by hand!!! by Hand, hand and brush by a YabaTech graduate... Photo Of The artist, Oresegun Olumide: Conscientious Articles Contemporary Photographers Diane Meyer May 6, 2013 – According to the artist, Diane Meyer’s Time Spent That Might Otherwise Be Forgotten “is based on photographs taken at various points in my life and arranged by location. Sections of the images have been obscured through a layer of embroidered pixels sewn directly into the photograph. The embroidery deteriorates sections of the original photograph forming a new pixelated layer of the original scene.

29 of The Most Influential Images of All Time 1. Taken by Mike Well, this picture shows us the hand of an Ugandan Boy held by a missionary. This image strikes us a reminder about the disparity in this world. 2. It shows 9-year old girl fleeing from a village in Vietnam, after a napalm bomb was accidentally dropped on it by a plane of the Vietnam Air Force. Shooting an entire thriller movie in one take “One city. One night. One take.” If the high-concept tagline for acclaimed new German thriller Victoria is quick and punchy, then all the greater to contrast the extended, torturous logistics of shooting a 138-minute film in one continuous shot. Yet that’s the feat director Sebastian Schipper’s team have dazzled audiences with since the film debuted last year – and no wonder. There’s the narrative suspense in which the eponymous young Spanish music student (luminous Laia Costa) gets unwittingly co-opted by charming German rogues into robbing a bank; and the breathless meta-tension induced watching these crazy filmmakers (take a bow, cinematographer Sturla Brandth Grøvlen) attempt the seemingly impossible.

Roger Ballen In the fall of 2005, Phaidon press produced its second book by the artist, entitled 'Shadow Chamber'.[2] The book focuses on interactions between people, animals, and/or objects. Ballen’s recent work enters into a new realm of photography — the images are painterly and sculptural in ways not immediately associated with photographs.[3] Through collaboration on some of Die Antwoord's music videos, which have received more than 30 million hits on YouTube, Ballen's paintings and sculpture have gained broader exposure globally.[4][5] Yolandi Visser said about him: "Mr.

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