The illiterate of the future, it has been said, will not be the man who cannot read the alphabet, but the one who cannot take a photograph. But must we not also count as illiterate the photographer who cannot read his own pictures?
The five days at Pied Dore (12th July to 16th of July) situated on the countryside of Vendee, will focus on a ongoing project and/or the primary interests of the photographer. The starting point is the question "who am I". I would like you to work on a storyline that is the most important to you right now, photograph and work on the individual private space, transform the images inside you on paper; work with the startingpoint on your identity. Turn the skin inside out
The five days at Pied Dore (12th July to 16th of July) situated on the countryside of Vendee, will focus on a ongoing project and/or the primary interests of the photographer. The starting point is the question "who am I" We will work on our identities, transform our dreams and fears into images. We will photograph and work on the individual private space. Turn the skin inside out.
In memoriam of incredible photographers who left us in 2015. We will always remember their work and the man/woman behind the camera. You might not know them all but each one is worthy of remembrance for pursuing till the end the passion we share with them: photography.
As big fans of this year's theme of stepping up global commitment to achieving gender parity, we would like to share with you some of our most recent work advancing this important cause.
In late January, Too Young To Wed (TYTW) held our first-ever Adolescent Girls' Photography Workshop in collaboration with the Samburu Girls Foundation in Maralal, Kenya. The workshop, with support from Fuji Film, combined photography and storytelling training to help traditionally marginalized girls better realize their self-worth and find their voice. The results were astounding. Not only were the (…)
A Masterklass unique in its approach of contemporay photography, proposing a one year series of group and individual encounters. The specificity lays in the fact that each participant is being offered an individual program lead by two masters of photography, both as renowned as appreciated internationally, Nestan NIJARADZE and Klavdij SLUBAN.
Le Masterklass takes place in the heart of Paris, in a spacious and luminous artist loft from December 2015 to November 2016.
Le Masterklass is made of 4 group meetings throughout the year, but most specially of an individual coaching, according to the (…)
If you think archives are and old and out of date, think again. A collection owned by the american government is now available online for the public! Everyone now has the possibility to navigate on this platform from the confort of their own home, thanks to interactive tools. This program is called "Photogrammar", that was developed at Yale University.
Plexus Co.,Ltd and euphonic,inc. is proudly announcing the release of the e-Book version of Daido Moriyama's "LABYRINTH" as " LABYRINTH -Complete Edition-" on iBookstore from June 3rd, 2015. Amazon Kindle version starts sale from July 6th.
LABYRINTH -Complete Edition- reveals more than 3,000 shots of unseen photos, which was not print- ed on the original version of the book. The negative film of each page was precisely selected and aligned by Daido Moriyama himself and was printed as a Contact Sheet.
Cameras are more and more complicated and we are tempted to play with all the buttons. But sometimes less is more or at least there are a few basic rules we should try to stick to in order to get the best images possible. In this article we have selected 10 tips that we suggest you follow to optimize your camera (and time!).
We have reached the conclusion of the final 5 photographers on this list. The photographers were chosen because of their impressive bodies of work, and the impact they've left on the photographic medium. All of the photographers mentioned on this list have progressively moved photography forward, taking it from camera obscura to a respected fine art.
What makes a photographer iconic or famous has to do with the powerful and moving photographs they create. When you think of Dorothea Lange you instantly recall 'Migrant Mother' or with Ansel Adams you think of 'The Tetons and the Snake River' (…)
This is the second installment of the "Top 25 Famous Photographers and Their Cameras." The photographers here represent a variety of different disciplines: fashion, street, landscape, portraits, and still life's. The work contributed by these icons feature perfect black and whites, rich tonal colors, and portraits that have been burned into our collective consciousness.
We know it's not the camera that makes the photographer, it's the photographer that makes the camera. It got me thinking about all the famous photographers and the cameras they used to capture their iconic photos. Although most of them are gone now, I've compiled an exhaustive list of the top 25 most famous photographers and their cameras of choice.
This is Part 1 (in no order particular order) of 3.
Launched in February 2015, britishphotography.org is a new, free, public resource for British photography. Providing access to a comprehensive range of British photography through the privately-owned works in the Hyman Collection, the site also serves as a portal to other British photography websites and resources.
In memoriam of incredible photographers who left us in 2014. We will always remember their work and the man/woman behind the camera. You might not know them all but each one is worthy of remembrance for pursuing till the end the passion we share with them: photography.
There are many similarities between a camera lens and the human eye. Of course, they both have distinct features too.
Join us as we take a look at the makeup of each, their way of functioning and what makes them unique.
In memoriam of incredible photographers who left us in 2013. We will always remember their work and the man/woman behind the camera. You might not know them all but each one is worthy of remembrance for pursuing till the end the passion we share with them: photography.
Since the beginning we have carefully selected each photographer you can discover on the website. With an eye toward beauty, artistic significance and timeless quality, we have chosen the photographers you already know and of course those you should know about!
The principles of visual art are the rules, tools and guidelines that artists often use to organize the elements of art in their work. Of course, not everyone follows these rules but most of them does because it is more pleasing for the human eye. Let's take a look at some of these principles and a few other tips to take better shots.
Here are just a few tips to help you but it doesn't guaranty that you will win! There are so many photo contests that sometimes it is difficult to know exactly what to do. We will try to give you a few advices.