I don’t mean to say that I want photographers to have problems. But running...– http://jmcolberg.com/weblog/extended/archives/the_ethics_of_street_photography/
I like to believe that what I do actively drives the American economy. My job was literally created by someone who had the passion to start up a brand new company that did not already exist. In doing so, he is able to hire me, which allows me to pay rent, buy groceries and participate in extracurricular activities such as attending a local fitness center. I am an active member of society. I also...
This is one of those albums you listen from start...
The Simplification of Light: Ryan Stewart Nault
eightply: Although the works of Ryan Stewart Nault are not photography, I can closely relate it to photography due to its aesthetic and technical principles. Much like the work of Edward Hopper or David Hockney, Nault’s paintings pay very close attention to light – much like a piece of film would, as it is exposed inside a camera. In “Fresh Faces and the Old West,” the viewer is greeted with...
Because the type of art that will succeed in the future is not predictable in...– http://artworks.arts.gov/?p=15959
Dana Lixenberg: The Celebrity Portrait
eightply: Making the celebrity portrait can bring about feelings of intimidation and fear. The face in the photograph is generally well known, and a poor portrayal can leave a bad taste in the mouths of viewers and the celebrities themselves. The general population wants to see their role models in a good light, painting a healthy picture of a perfect, almost superhuman being that should be...
This is just too good.
The Albert-Hobbs Big Band is the most recent...