Monthly Archives: October 2010

Portrait by Nigel Tomm

I have discovered this artist just recently.  I like the idea of approaching the image as an object, which can be modified, then re-captured. The photo above, as well as his whole series leaves a part of the photo untouched … Continue reading

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Bringing Colour to Life

I find this video very inspiring due to the unique idea it develops. I like how some people never limit their imagination. This makes them artists. This makes them get out of the crowd, standing-out as talented photographers. Just watch.

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Balloons and NYC by Pete Turner

This photographer’s style is based on slightly unfocused shots. The photo above has red and orange tones that out-stand and the whole point is that you look at the scene through the day light spots.  The image is very retro … Continue reading

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From other countries and cultures by Shadi Ghadirian

  Shadi made her “Like Every Day Series”, exposed in the exhibit, to show the daily repetitive routine to which many women find themselves consigned and by which many women are defined. (see above) Her work has been exhibited in … Continue reading

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Untitled by Paula Swift

What makes this photo special is the baby’s face expression,I think. When you look at his position can sense how comfortable a baby feels while being hold by the parent’s strong arms. I like the idea of the rest of … Continue reading

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Untitled by Stacey Woods

This photo is affection embodied. It probably look no better if in colour, because the main point is the connotation, which is the connection between the generations. The baby’s skin texture is so fragile and soft. while the old hands … Continue reading

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Untitled by Albert Watson

This photo out-stands due to the white background that contrasts nicely with the subject of the image. The subject is a monkey’s hand holding up a gun. I like the contrast between the furry hand and the hard and shinny … Continue reading

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Untitled by Lars Lindqvist

This is a very emotional piece of art. This photo captures such a usual scene that it almost gives you the impression of a deja-vu. I like how the window is separating the two people and how it reflects the … Continue reading

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Human Animal by Corey Arnold

This black and white photo is capturing an animal in a unusual environment. The “camera shake” effect makes the scene seem natural and spontaneous. The colour contrasts aren’t that noticeable while the audience can easily sense the texture contrast. I … Continue reading

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Untitled by Joshua Stearns

This photo brings so much joy to my eyes. The colours are simply amazing. The contrasts are very urban and cold. The tones infer the hardness of concrete and stone. The city lights are adding drops of life into the … Continue reading

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