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Tuesday 20 May 2003 Corey Arnold has some beautiful work on display. Do yourself a favour and browse through all four exhibitions. There are little gems in each one of them. My favorite is probably "The Impostor" (last one in the Animalia series). [Link via Styleboost]
Mads @ 17:56 GMT+1 | a |
For today's lunchbreak let me suggest esthet.org. This weblog offers "a Tokyo perspective on photography". The site doesn't really show any photography, but there are plenty of links to other sites that does.
Mads @ 13:14 GMT+1 | a |
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Sunday 18 May 2003
"When the German photographer Thomas Ruff started looking at Internet pornography about four years ago, it was for research purposes only." reads the opening sentence of a NY Times article entitled "Big Hot Blurry Painterly Nudes!" Suuuuure.... :-) Anyway, Mr. Ruff has a new take on portraits of naked women. I'm not really that impressed by the result, but some of you might be. Links to photos and articles about this at Daze Reader. [link tip: Dalager]
Mads @ 20:32 GMT+1 | a |
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Friday 16 May 2003
Today is a holiday here in Denmark so I thought I'd allow myself a little time off from my writing. I visited a couple of photosites that I think you'll also find enjoyable. So let me recommend:
Bernd Sperber's FOØTO and Markus Shäfer's Yookando. Then there's the corporate-style photography of Jan Greune and the slick travel and lifestyle photography of Philip Lee Harvey. Serah Sausser has an interesting way to present her fashion and concert photography. Award-winning photographer Steven G. Smith has some really excellent(!) work on-line and some photography-related quotes to go with them. I'm not too fond of the navigation scheme, but Stefan Hanke shows some nice photography. Next up is Dutch photographer Jaap Buitendijk, an expert movie stills photographer. He shows some images from movies he worked on (Gladiator among others) and there's also a sample of some of his personal work. Very nice!
That's it for now. I'm sure this will keep your photographic itch scratched for a while. I'm going back to work now. Enjoy your weekend!
Mads @ 09:47 GMT+1 | a |
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Tuesday 13 May 2003
Rick Smolan writes: "For the past 18 months a group of us have been putting the pieces in place for a massive collaborative all-digital photography project called AMERICA 24/7. For one week (beginning today May 12th and ending Sunday May 18th) 1,000 of America’s top photographers (including 32 Pulitzer prize winners), will use digital cameras to capture extraordinary photographs of everyday ordinary life across all 50 states. [...] We hope that the photographs submitted by the professionals, students and amateurs will create a compelling national portrait that may help determine how future generations remember this pivotal period in American history."