Posts Tagged ‘Photography

New York-based art photographer Erin O’Keefe toys with abstraction in her photography project series ‘The Flatness’, in which “the title of this series of photographs refers to both the material flatness of the photograph itself, as well as the perceptual flattening of the still life space.”

Swiss photographer and artist Fabian Oefner’s work moves between the fields of art and science, capturing natural phenomena that appears in our daily lives in unique and imaginative ways. Here are some samples of his images… Iridient

The Man Who Was Really a Camera: America’s Great Walker Evans (Part One) by Lorette C. Luzajic “I stare and stare at people, shamelessly,” the great American photographer Walker Evans confessed in his book, Many Are Called. Walker Evans (1937) It wasn’t just people that he scrutinized. He saw everything, where others saw nothing. Teaching [...]

Robert Bourdeau’s Unwitting Ode by Lorette C. Luzajic Station Point by Ann Thomas et al. Magenta Publishing for the Arts Canadians love their landscapes. Canadian photographer Robert Bourdeau earned recognition for his sprawling monochromatic pictures of natural terrain, transporting his audience into forest glens and parched gulleys, into the dazzling fractals of leaves and Ontario [...]

This gorgeous time lapse video by Pontus Rudolphson, a school project, took about a half a year of shooting to finish the project. Most of the scenes are shot in various places in Stockholm, Sweden, while some of the sunset scenes are from Thailand. Take a look… Shot with two Nikon D5100 and Sigma 10-20/3,5 [...]

Opening April 25, 2012 is Mariell Amélie’s exhibition  “Forget Me Not – Forglem Meg Ei ” at the Notting Hill Arts Club, featuring dream like portraits of self-reflective moments of solitude made visible through the choice of location, clothing and pose. Here are some samples of her work… This is all that is left Finding [...]

Confessions of an Accidental Photographer by Lorette C. Luzajic My photography is full of mistakes. And I use the most basic, generic of cameras. I don’t know how to use Photoshop. I do use some touchup and cropping tools in iPhoto. I’m not philosophically opposed to alteration or technology as part of art. I’m all [...]

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