Selected Ambient Shots 11-15

PHOTOTALK WITH FRANCESCO TAURISANO

urbanautica:

BY GAIA MUSACCHIO

1. Tell us about your approach to photography. How it all started? What are your memories of your first shots?

I guess that my first approach to photography was quite unusual, in the sense that it all started four years ago using a digital camera rather than on analog one….

(Source: photoschools)

Chroma Night

Landscapes
Light Painting Set 3

Chroma Night 

Landscapes
Light Painting Set 2

Chroma Night 

Landscapes
Light Painting Set 1

amymctigue:

Ladies and Gentlemen, 
Please do come to our exhibition opening in The Atrium of Temple Bar Gallery on Friday June 14
Facebook page is here

amymctigue:

Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Please do come to our exhibition opening in The Atrium of Temple Bar Gallery on Friday June 14

Facebook page is here

(via how-fascinating)

THE NEIGHBORS BY ARNE SVENSON

With Arne Svenson’s new series, Neighbors, he has turned outward from his usual studio based practice to study the daily activities of his downtown Manhattan neighbors as seen through his windows into theirs. Svenson has always combined a highly developed aesthetic sense viewed from the perspective of social anthropology in his eclectic projects with subjects ranging from prisoners to sock monkeys. His projects are almost always instigated by an external or random experience which brings new objects or equipment into his life- in this case he inherited a bird watching telephoto lens from a friend.

The grid structure of the windows frame the quotidian activities of the neighbors, forming images which are puzzling, endearing, theatrical and often seem to mimic art history, from Delacroix to Vermeer. The Neighbors is social documentation in a very rarified environment. The large color prints have been cropped to various orientations and sizes to condense and focus the action.

Shortlisted for 2 categories in Smedias

I just got shortlisted for Photographer of the Year along with 2 of the girls in my college and News Photographer of the Year in the National Student Media Awards.

kaajoo:

Children around the world with their most prized possessions

Shot over a period of 18 months, Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti’s project Toy Stories compiles photos of children from around the world with their prized possesions—their toys. Galimberti explores the universality of being a kid amidst the diversity of the countless corners of the world; saying, “at their age, they are pretty all much the same; they just want to play.”

Names in the order of photos (left to right)

  1. Watcharapom – Bangkok, Thailand
  2. Alessia – Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy
  3. Shaira – Mumbai, India
  4. Botlhe – Maun, Botswana
  5. Chiwa – Mchinji, Malawi
  6. Cun Zi Yi – Chongqing, China
  7. Bethsaida – Port au Prince, Haiti
  8. Arafa & Aisha – Bububu, Zanzibar
  9. Stella – Montecchio, Italy
  10. Pavel – Kiev, Ukraine

Source: Feature Shoot

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