- Style of Northeastern New Territories – That’s What We Call Life Exhibition
- The Basics of Time Lapse Photography with Vincent Laforet from Canon
- 10 Important Lightroom Library Shortcuts and Tips
- Introducing the Phottix Mitros TTL Flash for Canon
- Better Color from LED Lights
- Video Tutorial – How To Shoot A Beverage Shot With Rob Grimm
- DC Home 12 周年站聚相片精華
- First Look at Annie Leibovitz’s New Disney Dream Project Featuring Taylor Swift
- Behind The Scene Video on Jameson Whiskey Product Shoot
- Behind The Scene Video On A Magazine Shoot
Those were the days
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Category Archives: Photographer
“Tribute to STEVE MCCURRY” Artist Photographer PIRELLI Calendar 2013 by FashionChannel
The Pirelli 2013 Calendar changes image with the evocative photography of Steve McCurry the photographer who has had won various awards for his coverage of war zones such as Afghanistan, Iran-Iraq, Beirut and Cambodia.
The 62-year old brings a new slant to the Pirelli Calendar, with the spotlight on provocative and ethereal feminine figures: no nudes, or even costume-adorned women. The aim as McCurry himself commented was, “to depict women who are sensual without being naked”.
Without forgetting to mention that the cast includes 11 women involved in non-government charitable foundations and humanitarian projects. From Petra Nemcova, who created the Happy Hearts Fund to help young victims of natural disasters to Isabeli Fontana who supports amfAR in the fight against AIDS and Adriana Lima, who works with the Caminhos da Luz orphanage in Salvador de Bahia. Then there is Sonia Braga with her Hispanic Foundation for the Arts, as well as Hana Ben Abdesselem who works with the Esmaani organisation for the advancement of social right in Tunisia.
In the background, the historical quarters of Rio, symbolic city for an emerging country such as Brazil.
CBS ran a story on Stephen Wilkes last night on his great Day to Night project. The segment includes interview with Stephen and behind-the-scene footage, definitely a great vid, well worth to watch and learn from the Master.
[Caption from CBS News] Photographer Stephen Wilkes does something both jarring and beautiful with photographs: He merges images from different times of day together to show the passage of time. Martha Teichner reports on Wilkes’ process to create stunning depictions of time.
Source – CBS News
This 25-minute documentary by Andy Newman features two very different photographers, an Instagrammer, Cory Staudacher and a pro photographer, Andria Lindquist. Get into their worlds and see what photography trulymeans to them, an inspirational short and hope you enjoy.
This behind-the-scene video features Neil van Niekerk shooting Ulorin Vex with one beauty dish setup in studio portraiture, simple and clean.
Steve McCurry shares his expertise and opinions on shooting documentary photography.
Source – Steve McCurry Studios
As announced a bit more than a week ago, PASM Workshop will be hosting the first Open Show (http://openshow.org/) in Hong Kong on 14 December 2012 and preparation work is at full steam. The Open Show Hong Kong Facebook Page is now up and you can sign up for the event at our event page as well, link here. We are proud to announce that photographer Jonathan van Smit will be our feature presenter at the first show. Jonathan will be presenting images from his “City of Dreams” series, street photography at its best shot in Hong Kong.
Other presenters at the show includes Israeli photographer, Yoav Horesh, who will be presenting his work “Where we Stand”; Australian photographer, Brett Elmer will be presenting “The Ongoing Demolition of the Uyghur Culture”; Kenny Yung – ‘Thug on the Street”; Thomas Luk – “Working Hours”; Tse Oi Lam – “Hide” and Sean Creamer – “Crystal Castles”.
Open Show is an international event and is organized in over 26 cities. The event features FREE monthly social screenings where the public can see compelling work and interact directly with photographers, filmmakers and multimedia producers in high-profile spaces.
For Open Show Hong Kong, at each event, five curated presenters (from students to professionals) have 10 minutes each to show their project while the audience poses questions or provides project feedback. We are now accepting submissions – be the first to show at our newest international screening!
Find out project requirements and upload your project >>
Excellent BTS (behind the scene) on how Jeremy Cowart shot his documentary in Haiti after that devastating earthquake in 2011. Watch and enjoy his works.
Source – Picture Correct