Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Lola Alvarez Bravo by Lorette C. Luzajic Most photographers are known for mastery of a particular aspect of the art – lighting, composition, subject matter, style and design, creativity, perspective, portraits, and so forth. When a photographer’s strength is every one of these, you have the formidable Mexican Lola Alvarez Bravo. For fifty years, Lola [...]

From Bold Creative Studio comes this wonderful tilt-shift video titled ’The Village’. Don’t know what tilt-shift is? It’s the use of camera movements on small- and medium-format cameras which simulate a miniature scene. Check it out…

British Journal of Photography’s news and online editor Olivier Laurent speaks to Moby about his first photography book – Destroyed, which was released with his new album of the same name. Moby shot the 60 photographs in Moby: Destroyed which captures his life on tour, displaying feelings of crowdedness to isolation. Moby states “I’m able to [...]

Urko Suaya’s eye for dramatic creativity produces the most amazing fashion photography, of which you have seen before, but just don’t know it. Models feet in the air, angular poses, and an emphasis on telling a story permeate these fashion layouts that bring the shoes and clothing they advertise off the hanger and into a [...]

Canadian photographer Yacine M’Seffar explains that Silver Metamorphosis is part of an ongoing project where he transforms his subjects from organic to metallic. This process brings out textures shapes and designs that a straight photograph often does not. In the process, the transformation of the subjects turn from what could be considered ugly, into precious [...]

Currently running at Haines Gallery in San Francisco through June 4, 2011, is David Maisel ‘History’s Shadow’ exhibition. Bay Area artist David Maisel new photography series, highlights the dual processes of memory and excavation, which are derived from x-rays of art objects from antiquity. Maisel sourced x-rays from the archives of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, culling [...]

Ed Burtynsky’s Oil at the Royal Ontario Museum By Lorette C. Luzajic “Beautiful art about an ugly world” is how poet R.M. Vaughan described the work of Ed Burtynsky. Burtynsky’s internationally celebrated photography is on display until July 3 at the Royal Ontario Museum in an exhibit simply titled Oil. “No arguing with the messages [...]


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