|Father & Son who went auditioning for Pixar|
but were turned down due to lack of talent...
It didn't upset them very much,
In order to get the roles anyway,
they decided to buy the company!
Feature #12 It's Affection That Smoking KillsFeature #12
It's affection that kills smoking
It's smoke that kills affection
It's affection to smoking that spreads nothingness
Second tune, if you like the song above:
smoking cigarettes by bohomaz13
*** by invisigoth88
07 by AvaDeRosa
PhotogesturesThere are gestures that photography has literally invented. Created from scratch. They didn't exist before photography. Let's call them photogenic gestures, photo-generated gestures. Photo gestures.
Need an example? Try spending an hour in Campo dei Miracoli, Pisa (Italy) and you'll see what I mean. Very few photo-tourists can help being tempted to pose for a photo pretending to hold the leaning tower. Italians call them 'Pisa-holders'
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These gestures appear ridiculous and insane without a photographer capturing them from the right parallax.
Similar photo-gestures happen in many other places and situations, mostly playing with monuments and 2D.
Then there are the new photo-gestures created by mass photography wi
Mafia LARP by Ivo Turk:iconivoturk:
Ivo has posted a number of superb portraits in recent weeks,
but this gem from a while back just popped up on my
home page favorites and caught my eye once again.
One of his very best, methinks.
Go forth and prowl Ivo's gallery.
How to be a street photographer in four lessons'How to be...a photographer in four lessons' is a satyrical notebook written by Brussels-based photographer Thomas Vanden Driessche http://www.howtobe.be/htb/index.php?/thebook/english-edition/ (english edition) http://www.howtobe.be/htb/index.php?/thebook/french-edition/ (french edition).
In strips of four typewritten lessons and four Photo Booth images each - it offers the basic gist of how you can instantly become great in contemporary photography, war photography, conceptual photography, street photography, marriage photography, and much more. I enjoyed it because it highlights with humor and wit the stereotypes and spinoffs of certain trends of contemporary photography.
So, here is what it says about how to become a street photographer! I have the french edition of the book, so I asked :icondjailledie: to translate the lessons in english for us:
HOW TO BE: A 'STREET PHOTOGRAPHER'
Popular - Please read!The "Browsing Street" gallery on deviantArt has been broken for almost a month.
Images uploaded show late, and ordering is totally incomprehensible.
You can see dozens of images with 0 or 1 fave before seeing an image that according to the rules should be there.
Here is what you get for the last 24 hours:
Most of these images far less faves that many images that don't show here.
dA help desk claims that no change has occurred, and refers to this journal, written in 2012, to explain the behavior:
As this is obviously wrong, this will be my next "Street Photography" post.
Please help me making it popular. Please share this journal, and let's try together to get dA to fix the problem!
O O by SplitEnsds Hidden Fears by BobRock99
lambeaux by Merry-Moka
things fall apart by teemoh W3. Aveyron. France by jennystokes
SUVLU QAYA: THE LEGENDS OF THE ANCIENT ROCKS by Badusev
Tbilisi 5 by featKae White Flames by tholang
Viva La Revolution by surrealistique
Out of the BlueThis is a joint work with my friend and fellow photographer Francesca Fascione. We've been working on it for one
year, it is finished (at least in the official version), so... I am happy to finally share it with you!
The project is part of a collective annual project by SPontanea collective, titled 'The Same Place': each photographer chose a 'place' as common setting for his/her photos. This project is published in a magazine. In case you like it (or like me ) enough to consider buying it...here it is on blurb http://it.blurb.com/b/6347428-the-same-place?t=1438370664929 Needless to say that your support would be most important.
For two ‘heads in the clouds’ like us, the ‘same place’ could only be the sky. If it is true that ‘the sky is the limit’, the challenge of this project was to push street photography to the limit and beyond. The result is a ‘vertical approach’ searching for a glimmer of blue sky even where none should be