Wednesday, November 24, 2010
This reminds me of a project i did around the Impact of Technology and Human Beings. And this photograph really does capture it in a different setting through the use of photo montage.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Born 1969, Los Angeles, California; lives in Paris, France
Study for Kranky Klaus, 2002. Gelatin silver print, 10¼ x 14 in. (26 x 35.6 cm). Collection of the artist; courtesy Bernier/Eliades Gallery, Athens
I chose these three photographers and these pieces specifically because they all work around some type of fantasty or dream like approach.
Born 1958, Tulsa, Oklahoma; lives in Houston, Texas
Jill in Woods, 2005. Chromogenic color print, 19 x 19 in. (48.3 x 48.3 cm). Collection of the artist; courtesy Inman Gallery, Houston
Friday, October 8, 2010
This Artist relates to my work in project #1, because she takes portraits of people that would not always be considered beautiful but in her eyes they are because of the shot itself.
Lewis HineGirl worker in Carolina cotton mill
Hine was a Master because he could really get behind the scene of these children doing labor and capture these extreme elongated angles of this man made machine in contrast with this little girl to emphasis how large and dangerous this Machine is and should not be in the hands of children.
Julia was a "Master" even though she was an amateur photographer, because she had a great vision when it came to Personal Portraits of people and how she would master the lighting in each photograph giving it a soft feel to the Image. In this photograph she really captures the expression in the Facial features. http://masters-of-photography.com/
Bridal Veil Fall,
I believe this Image is in the archive of "The Masters of Photography" Because of the broad range of values within the Image and the Softness of the Waterfall against the dark rocks.
Monday, September 20, 2010
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Doug Aitken (American, born 1968)
Image: 100.5 x 122 cm (39 9/16 x 48 1/16 in.)
Purchase, Alfred Stieglitz Society Gifts, 2004
© Doug Aitken 1997
I really like the perspective on this piece it's very interesting.Weng Fen (Chinese, born 1961)
Sitting on the Wall: Haikou V
Image: 50 x 62.7 cm (19 11/16 x 24 11/16 in.) Sheet: 58 x 70.6 cm (22 13/16 x 27 13/16 in.)
Gift of Ellie Warsh, 2009
© Weng Fen
Read more: http://www.london-insider.co.uk/2010/01/photography-exhibition-exposes-where-the-whild-things-are/#ixzz100I2znwA
I chose this photograph because it's truly amazing the timing this guy has when capturing something that happens so quick.