The point is pic or subject?
dstate1: Once again we have proven that the internet is primarily a place for crabby middle aged losers to dole out brilliantly biting critiques...and search for porn.
Anyone who would write the kinds of things I see on this thread about a young artist is a walking turd in my book.
Perhaps the audience here would be more inclined to enjoy some still life's of fruit or perhaps more pictures of cats…as long as it's taken with the right lens of course….
AllanRinggaard: If it has any interest, since its on topic.
In Denmark we have a 4.5 years education in commercial/portrait photography.
You can see the final exam images here.
Every half year, there will be new additions on the site.
Every exam, consits of 5 still-leben, 5 portrait/people, 5 architecture/industri and 10 free images.
I, myself can be found here.
Best regardsAllan Ringgaard
I am a student too and in september i will have, I hope, my M.A. in photograhy.Ok now this work.I think that this work we have to read only like sequence, not story, but sequence, because single photo, although nice, don't make sense alone, or better make another mean.The approach have to be like with abstract art, we need to follow the moviment, the rithm, metaphore, colors, and so on. We need to feel, and we need to think after watch.My english is not so good to write a review, but I found interesting connections and nice compositions. Sure is not usually.
Someone know name of this photographer?This is Rob Hornstra a great photographer...People here full of stunning flickr photos, dont understand nothing more of real professional photography
Sorry, what are we talking about?
njkdo: Nice pics really, more like Benetton advertising campaign than documentary photos, and ten years for this is really too much.Maybe a look at Josef Koudelka photos could help.Very beautiful pics, this is my favorite style.
Where you see suffering here?Please take a look of Koudelka pics before...
Nice pics really, more like Benetton advertising campaign than documentary photos, and ten years for this is really too much.Maybe a look at Josef Koudelka photos could help.Very beautiful pics, this is my favorite style.
He his a great photographer, people here watch to much at camera and not at all at photography.I like his style, series Eternal source of light divine is really interesting, a kind of staged documentary.
The point for me is that now we say with thousands of junk snapshots what before we used to say only with one universal shot.Since snapshot art is also ability to synthesize, now the art is very far from us.
I hope that prize of the Dslr drop fast, so I will by one nice FF and I will leave all this toys for you boys.Thanks very much.
carlos roncatti: To compare Gary, Susan (im saying since there are links to these photographers) and etc with these instagram photos (specially the basetrack photo) is so ridiculous...these photos simply have so much PP to make it pop, that in the end the content simply doesnt matter...they look so fake...its not a matter if photojournalism can survive the instagram era...its the fact that the vast majority of people doesnt care nor understand what a good photo is...its all about what is in trend...BTW, journalists beware, you are the next ones...
#censorship USA...If only you were smart enough to realize how stupid you really are...
Nothing new, nothing special, nothing that I can appreciate, shooting in the pile and after see what you have, people are not quails.
Sony is already thinking about a pocketable version.
dark goob: Canon still sells cameras with mirrors in them?
May I ask... why?
Because if not I will not buy Canon anymore.
Couscousdelight: Why is that lens so big ?Where is is gain in size offered by 4/3 format ?
what's the advantage to buy a 4/3 system if the lenses are the same size that APS-c or 35mm ?
Maybe because it have 2.8 aperture....?