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Des photos « vivantes »

11 février 2012 2 commentaires

Le cinémagraphe: des photos « animées »

Le « cinémagraphe » est une technique qui n’est pas vraiment nouvelle mais qui a été ainsi nommée suite à initiative d’un photographe (Jamie Beck), qui à eu la génial idée d’utiliser des éléments d’animation sur des photos fixes (de fait ce sont de simples fichiers GIF animés).

Chacune des photos qui suivent possède un élément d’animation qui les transforme littéralement en photos vivantes.

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Source: 40 Examples of stunning Cinemagraphs by Dustin Betonio

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18 Extraordinary Animals Photos by Tim Flach

20 octobre 2010 Laisser un commentaire

Photographer Tim Flach is renowned for his highly stylized animal portraits.

Tim Flach (United Kingdom) is a photographer best known for his highly conceptual portraits of animals, particularly horses. His images of animals are considered a departure from traditional wildlife photography and he has been described as “a potent example of a commercially trained photographer who’s now reaching a global audience through the boom in fine art photography.”

He is the author of the book Equus.

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A humanist, poetic, gifted photographer

11 octobre 2010 1 commentaire

LJ.: The magician of portraits on FlikR

Iconic images are rare, especially in the mundane world of photojournalism. They must be beautifully and concisely composed. They must impart something unique to a subject we care about, or make us care enough to look more closely at the stories they tell (for if nobody wants to see or hear what you’re trying to tell them, it really doesn’t matter how good the pictures are). And they must be memorable. But when they happen their intense simplicity compresses a host of ideas and emotions in a single frame, making complexity seem transparent…

Lee J. excels at this skill and what results is a breathtaking tour-de-force of photographic insight focusing on the complex reality of the human condition. Whether depicting the magic and innocence of childhood, the pain and anguish of life on the streets, the inevitability of an old age that awaits us all, or the passion and drive of the athlete, all are honestly presented with deep understanding, dignity, compassion and respect.

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