2. Dezember 2020
von Andrew Molitor
Kommentare deaktiviert für Regarding Photographs: What Does a Photograph DO Anyways?
So, you make photographs? Or take them, or something like that? I’m going to guess here that you probably hope people will like them, or see something in them that’s interesting. You’re interested in how people see photographs, how people m… Read the rest “Regarding Photographs: What Does a Photograph DO Anyways?”
23. November 2020
von Joey J.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photoshop’s Sky Replacement Makes Photography Something It’s Not
Let me ask you a question. Is this photo real or fake? This might be a difficult question because the answer depends on what you define as real or fake.
Where is the Line, and Who Draws It?
Firstly, there is no denying that post-production (a.k.… Read the rest “Photoshop’s Sky Replacement Makes Photography Something It’s Not”
21. November 2020
von Simon King
Kommentare deaktiviert für What Can it Mean to Truly Collaborate as a Photography Collective
The ability for individual photographers to have any kind of cultural impact feels diminished and diluted when you consider just how many are working towards the goal of producing meaningful work.
Where individuals are limited in the tim… Read the rest “What Can it Mean to Truly Collaborate as a Photography Collective”
16. November 2020
von Chris Gouge
Kommentare deaktiviert für Will AI Editing Ruin Photography? And What Is The Solution?
26. August 2020
von Gerard Exupery
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Conversation: The Photograph as a Time Machine
Having spent a good portion of my life standing in the dark, dodging, burning, and spotting my prints, I doubt I will ever go back to analog in any meaningful way. I saw this negative and scanned it because these are two people who I was once very … Read the rest “The Conversation: The Photograph as a Time Machine”
1. August 2020
von Simon King
Kommentare deaktiviert für If Sharpness Truly Mattered, Cartier-Bresson Would Be a Joke
While teaching a recent workshop, I joked that street photography was the only genre where people would buy $3,000 worth of cameras and lenses and then deliberately use them to make out of focus, grainy, imperfect images. This led to a prett… Read the rest “If Sharpness Truly Mattered, Cartier-Bresson Would Be a Joke”