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Archive for October, 2010
Meet J.R., an anonymous photographer who embeds his work into neighbourhoods and villages around the world; photographing the people who live there and learning about their life stories. He was chosen as the 2011 Ted Prize Winner (to be formally announced March 2, 2011) due to his “creativity, vision, leadership, and persuasion”. Watch the inspiring video after the jump.
Does this photograph taken in 1838 of the Boulevard du Temple in Paris by Louis Daguerre the first photograph of a human being?
There’s a good chance you have seen his work before, considering he’s been on numerous television broadcasts, radio shows, and been in countless magazines, newspapers, and exhibitions. A short bio, more photos, and link to his website after the jump.
Stuck in a rut when it comes to editing your photos? Looking for some fresh ideas? Then this is the article for you. 1 photograph, 125+ different edits. The majority of these looks can be created with any photo editing software. More than anything, this article is meant to inspire you to try different editing techniques. Here is Part 2.
The following is a fantastic Tilt Shift video titled “Bath Tub IV” by Keith Loutit. For those who don’t know, tilt shift refers to a photographic technique, or post production technique which significantly narrows the field of view in a photograph, or in this case, a video. A miniature world is the resulting effect. To fully understand, watch the video after the jump.