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Photos Capture the ‘Serenity and Chaos’ of India – Fine Art Photography Article

Photos Capture the ‘Serenity and Chaos’ of India “I feel the serenity in the chaos is what makes India so amazing–the smells, the noise, the heat, the people, the animals,” the Bangalore-based photographer Vivek Prabhakar tells us. “I love going out when the streets are busy. There are so many moments unfolding.” Prabhakar’s yearning for travel and exploration predates his passion for photography, but his camera helped him fall in love with the streets. He’s documented the hustle and bustle…

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Pattern pictures or Patton pictures? » Gale Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

Pattern pictures or Patton pictures? » Gale Photography I recently went to a dinner to raise money for Normandy veterans.  As well as the veterans there were some World War 2 re-enactors.  One in particular stood out as he was the absolute spit of controversial WW2 General George S Patton.  The level of detail he had gone to to replicate Patton’s equipment was extraordinary.  I made it a project to capture how he looked without getting his whole body in. …

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G Dan Mitchell Photograph: Fog, Little Sur River – Fine Art Photography Article

G Dan Mitchell Photograph: Fog, Little Sur River Fog near the delta of the Little Sur RiverFog, Little Sur River. © Copyright 2019 G Dan Mitchell – all rights reserved.Fog near the delta of the Little Sur River.Since I first traveled to the Big Sur coastline as a child, I have returned many times for decades. The upper end of this area is barely an hour’s drive from my home, so I can be there and back in less than…

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Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline – LEANNE COLE – Fine Art Photography Article

Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline – LEANNE COLE When I was looking for some photos for today’s Monochrome Wednesday I went back to the images of the coastline I took when down at the Great Ocean Road. Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline The Great Ocean Road is a great place for photos. There are things to photograph everywhere. It can be rugged and it can be calm, depending on where you are. I took so many photos that weekend. So many long…

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New photographs of an empty old farmhouse – Fine Art Photography Article

New photographs of an empty old farmhouse Fine art photographer Keith Dotson explores an empty farmhouse In this behind-the-scenes video, you can explore an empty old farmhouse with me as I look for photographic subjects. Explore an empty old farmhouse with me as I look for photographic subjects Black and white photographs of an old farmhouse Below are some of the photographs I made inside and outside this old empty farmhouse. Interior photograph of an abandoned farmhouse Looking through three…

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Moenkopi Washi Bizan: The Handmade Paper You’ve Got to See to Believe – Photography Article

When it comes to a handmade fine art paper, this is one that absolutely does not mess around, and with the right image, it can stop a viewer dead in their tracks. In fact, it’s so serious that this paper is sold by the individual sheet. I adore seeing printed work, whether it’s my own or the work of someone else, and as I explore different papers, I find myself being drawn to paper that both looks and feels unique.…

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Critique the Community: Your Best Panoramic Image – Photography Article

Panoramic images are typically created by taking a series of photos side by side and stitching them together with software. However, for this Critique the Community, you can also submit any photograph that has been stitched together. That means any photograph made up of at least 3 separate images that gives the viewer a larger view than any one of the single frames that makes up the pano. Over the next week, we invite you to submit your best panoramic…

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Robert Frank dead at 94 – Fine Art Photography Article

Robert Frank dead at 94 The distinguished photographer Robert Frank has died at the age of 94. For the New York Times obituary, go here. For the Washington Post, go here. For the Guardian, go here. Frank’s early images, published in his landmark book The Americans, helped shape generations of photographic work in the American South, both in terms of technique, style, and subject matter.  Only the work of Depression-era photographers like Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, and Marion Post Wolcott rivals…

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Sold! An Update on The Most Expensive Photobooks Sold at Auction – Photography Article

Based on feedback I received about my article investigating the most expensive photobooks ever sold, I reached out to the two largest auction houses in the World to provide a more authoritative list of photobooks sold at auction. What do you expect to see in this list? Both Sotheby’s and Christie’s press departments provided me with an authoritative list of the highest hammer prices for photobooks over the last decade or so. Without their assistance, this article wouldn’t have been as…

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