Daniel Steegmann Mangrané Questions Human Perception In Fog Dog – Fine Art Photography Article

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané Questions Human Perception In Fog Dog In an adjacent room, Steegmann Mangrané’s new film, ‘Fog Dog’, is screened. Merging fiction and contemplation, the video is the artist’s first foray into cinematic storytelling. Documenting the daily life of the students and stray dogs at the Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, the film explores the entanglements of past and future in today’s realities, shedding light on the lasting consequences of colonialism and the dramatic effects of climate…

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David Hanes Examines How We Experience Art In An Age Of Digital Stimulation – Fine Art Photography Article

David Hanes Examines How We Experience Art In An Age Of Digital Stimulation Technology has presented both opportunities and limitations for the world of art for decades. Yet art that utilizes the internet is now no longer just an archive of artworks online; it is its own medium. Hanes is interested in the dissolution of traditional forms of art consumption: where we once only found exposure to art through commercial galleries, now, art is everywhere, made accessible 24/7 through computers.…

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The Light That Fills The Room: An Exploration Of Chiaroscuro And Space With Taupe – Fine Art Photography Article

The Light That Fills The Room: An Exploration Of Chiaroscuro And Space With Taupe Owing its longevity to Renaissance artists such as Caravaggio, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Rembrandt, chiaroscuro—the Italian term for the use of contrasts in light and shading across a pictorial work of art—is a stylistic device used to represent shape, form, and color, and to reveal subtle details while adding a three-dimensional quality to two-dimensional images. Today, chiaroscuro has found implementation across all media types—evolving alongside advancements…

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Dance tango with me – Vincent de Groot – Black & White Photography Article

Dance tango with me – Vincent de Groot Dance tango with me – Vincent de Groot Like this:Like Loading… Related Post navigation This website uses cookies and 3rd party services to improve your… This is only a snippet of a Black and White Photography Article written by Vincent de Groot Read Full Article

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Manual mode and DOF – Vincent de Groot – Black & White Photography Article

Manual mode and DOF – Vincent de Groot A few days ago I posted a tip to motivate to use the manual mode. A comment in dutch, was that sometimes one want to play with DOF (Depth of Field). The video in the post post is staring with shutter speed then the f-stop. This method works very good street photography and allows to create a consistent look for series of images made in various directions. Of course it also is…

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