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THE MAN WHO PHOTOGRAPHS THE SOUL OF POWER – Platon Antoniou and the photographic art of mental sharpness

When a portrait defines who you are photographing He has exhibited his portraits in the most famous photo galleries in the world, worked for a periodical of American politics and culture, shooting portraits for many newspapers, even winning the first prize of the World Press Photo Contest 2008 https://www.amazon.com/Platons-Republic-Platon/dp/071484408X. Living part of the system in New York, he too used …

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THE UNCONVENTIONAL ARTIST WITH INFINITE INTERESTS – Man Ray, casual but not indifferent photographer

What matters is the idea, not the camera His body ws buried in the Montparnasse cemetery, where you can read the epitaph: Nonchalant, but not indifferent. Le violon d’Ingres, one of his photographic portraits from 1924, depicted the naked back of a model retouched with marker strokes, a true creative genius in the form of two violin Effe. Born in …

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BEGINNING WITH A FEELING – Nadine Rovner and the tradition of the staged photograph

A fine art photographer, between Philadelphia and New York City Look closely: all the protagonists of her images seem to be mask, almost hyperreal; more than photographs, they are staging that explore a world. Her way of photographing dates back to the way the camera was use in the 19th century. The scenes created by Nadine Rovner https://www.nadinerovner.com/ find nourishment …

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AWAY FROM STATIC POSES, LOOKING FOR AN ANTICONFORMIST STYLE – Richard Avedon, one of the great masters of photography

When photography filters life through the light of style Located on the Lower East Side, it was founded in 1974 by a brother of photographer Robert Capa. Museum, school and research center that revolves around photography, the International Center of Photography in New York (ICP) https://www.icp.org/, awaits you to show you practice and understanding of photographic art. Not surprisingly, Richard …

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REMEMBERING AN 20TH CENTURY PICTORIAL PHOTOGRAPHER – Mary Devens, pioneer of Modern Photography

A pictorial photographer of the early 20th century Cambridge has its own identity and charms. From the world-renowned Harvard University to the city’s many squares, whether you’re interested in history, art or just want to experience the city’s wealth restaurants. Its Mount Auburn Cemetery https://mountauburn.org/?cache was the country’s first garden cemetery and it is filled with artwork and landscaping. Famous …

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WHEN PHOTOGRAPHY BECOME SEEING AND DISCOVERY – Richard Nowitz: Travel widely, teaching about the art of raw digital files

Working in various cultures and countries With a focus on Philadelphia artists, Paradigm Gallery+Studio https://www.paradigmarts.org/ exhibits works of art from all over the world. In the late 1960s, it was an oasis for artists and creative personalities. Full of all kinds of shops and restaurants, South Street https://southstreet.com/things-to-do/hub/ makes you feel like you are in Greenwich Village in New York. …

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DO NOT MAKE PHOTOGRAPHS JUST WITH THE CAMERA – Ansel Adams and the photographs that testify to the national parks, before mass travel

The photograph that brought environmental issues to light San Francisco’s most famous landmark and an icon of the city is The Golden Gate Bridge. Looking for Best Photography Spots in San Francisco, you can capture Baker’s Beach, Battery Spencer and Vista Point. Not only. You can move to Bonita Point Lighthouse and Marin Headlands, Land’s End and Chinatown. If you …

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THE ARMOR TO SURVIVE EVERYDAY LIFE – Bill Cunningham: Such as he had have says, who seeks beauty will find it

Not interested in celebrities, but in clothes From colonial houses to beautiful greenery, Boston is full of places to photograph. Welcome Acorn Street https://www.workingmother.com/momlife/13400351/why-is-acorn-street-the-most-photographed-street-in-boston/, most iconic streets in the United States, where you will feel like you stepped into back in time. Park you cannot miss is the Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park, when the rose garden is in full bloom. …

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CAPTURING IMAGES WITH STRONG SENSE OF DESIGN – Brett Weston: Child genius of American photography

Tendency toward abstraction Located inside Hancock Park, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art https://www.lacma.org/ is an incredible place to explore the art world. Here you can see from Monet to Tim Burton, or immerse yourself in rare and varied collections, such as the collection of Brett Weston, the genius of American photography https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0961651504/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i2. He believed non-photographic artists influenced his …

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TUNING LIGHTING SHOTS, TO CONJURE A MOOD – Anna-Lou Leibovitz: Bold compositions, to make strong statements

Producing striking portraits and fashion photos According to its website, has a collection of more than 23.7 million items. This library hosts thousands of free public programs, and many daily events including story times, book discussions and conversation groups. Boston Public Library https://www.bpl.org/, offer a free tour about the murals or a big store where buy your book-souvenir, maybe an …

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