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Monday, September 15, 2014

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Seven iPhone photography tricks take the basic camera to the next level

Lorenz Holder is a professional photographer and part of the Cooperative of Photography, a community-focused online photography magazine. The goal of the Cooperative is to recognize and promote exceptional visions within the photography community as well as support developing photographers. Holder and COOPH have just released a new video showcasing seven photography tricks for the basic iPhone 5s camera.
A few of these tricks require some light-crafting skills, but each is a simple way to take normal snapshots to another level of creativity. For children who are interested in experimenting with photography, these tricks would be especially fun. You can view the video below, then head over to COOPH website for interviews, photographs, and contests for the co-op.

Photography club holding inaugural exhibition

Published on September 01, 2014
“Wings of Hope” by Nick Prosper. — Submitted photo
Published on September 01, 2014
“Once Upon a Time” by Shawn Hodder.
The Around the Humber Photography Club has only been in existence since February 2013 and has grown to 62 members.
A dozen of those members will exhibit a selection of their work in what the club hopes will become an annual event.
Shawn Hodder started the club, but his beginnings in photography date back to 1981 when he was living in Denmark. There, he said, photography was more broadly accepted as being an art form.
In Corner Brook, where he has lived since 1994, it seems a little tougher to convince people photography is art,  he said.
How could it not be an art form, given the natural beauty of western Newfoundland, Hodder asked.
“For a nature and landscape photographer like myself, there is nothing like this,” he said. “This is a dream. This is heaven.”
It is also Hodder’s dream to be able to help others learn to be better photographers and to hone his own craft from what other club members have to offer.
The club members meet once a month to compare and discuss work. They even sometimes do friendly challenges to see who can come up with the coolest image following a specified theme.
Nick Prosper took up photography just a couple of years ago. He met Hodder while the two were working at a renovation job site.
They discovered their mutual love of photography and soon found themselves comparing images.
While Prosper gains from Hodder’s vast experience, dating back to using film, Prosper has been showing Hodder some of the newer tricks of the trade using digital software.
“I read, read, read any bit of information on photography I can get,” Prosper said of how much he loves his new hobby. “I probably do more reading than I do shooting.”
Hodder and Prosper are two of the 12 photographers who will have their art on display at the Arts and Culture Centre until Sept. 20. The exhibition, organized mainly by club member Cloe Hulan, will feature about 60 images.
An official opening reception is planned for Friday at 7 p.m.
The club hopes the show will help convince more members to show their works next year. It also hopes other local photographers interested in joining the club will attend the exhibit and seek out more information.

Photography Masterclass Book Review Exposes Evan Sharboneau’s Newly Updated Photography Guide

According to the Photography Masterclass book review posted by Vkool.com, this is a newly updated photography guide that uncovers to users new photography techniques for taking better photos. This book also consists of a wide range of Photoshop tips and tricks for beginners without previous Photoshop experience.
Vkool reveals in its Photography Masterclass review that inside this book, readers will discover:
  •     Advanced photography and editing techniques
  •     Tips to use the full version of Adobe Photoshop to edit and then create extra-ordinary images
  •     Ways to use Photoshop Elements to give professional results on a budget
  •     Detailed instructions to develop images inside of Adobe Lightroom professionally
  •     Tips to download trial programs and tips to use all of their features with not spending a dime
  •     Step-by-step instructions to master any DSLR camera
  •     Steps to create stunning images only by using a digital camera
  •     And more
The Photography Masterclass review indicates that this book was penned by Evan Sharboneau, a popular photographer and Photoshop expert. Since the Photography Masterclass book was released, many photography lovers have used it to help them master all basics of photography composition.
The review also shows that the Photography Masterclass book is currently available online with 29 tutorial videos, instruction books, and bonuses such as:
  •     An Honest Comparison Of Adobe Products video
  •     Outdoor Light Management video
  •     Dynamics, Motion & Mergers video
  •     Depth of Field & Field of View video
  •     Symmetry & Pattern video
  •     Leading Lines video
  •     The Rule of Thirds video
  •     Framing, Balance, Color video
  •     Psychological Triggers video
  •     What Makes A Bad Photo And What Makes A Good Photo video
  •     Module 1: Post-Production and Software
  •     Module 2: Composition and Shot Planning
  •     Module 3: Photography Equipment
  •     Module 4: Mastering Your Digital SLR Camera
  •     Virtual Lighting Simulator
  •     Portrait Mood Simulator
  •     DSLR Camera Equipment Guide
  •     Free lifetime upgrades of Photography Masterclass
  •     60-day money back guarantee
  •     Technical support available by email or by phone
Richard Kennedy from the site Vkool - Better information, Better Lives says, “Photography Masterclass is a newly updated photography guide for beginners. This book will help them take creative and memorable photos that are worth sharing and selling. In addition, people will have 60 days to decide if they want to keep the Photography Masterclass book or get their money back.”
To read the full Photography Masterclass review and learn more about Evan's book, visit the Vkool website at: http://vkool.com/photography-masterclass/.
To download the Photography Masterclass book, visit the official website.
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About Richard Kennedy: Richard Kennedy is an editor of the website Vkool.com. In this website, Richard Kennedy provides people with a series of reliable reviews about new photography courses for beginners.

China Gets A Big Dose Of Fine Art Photography

  • Zhang Kechun; Under the Abandoned Pier, 2013-2014. Zhang, 34, spent years shooting photos along the Yellow River. The figures are tea sellers.
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    Zhang Kechun; Under the Abandoned Pier, 2013-2014. Zhang, 34, spent years shooting photos along the Yellow River. The figures are tea sellers.
    Zhang Kechun/Courtesy of Three Shadows +3 Gallery
  • Liu Di; Animal Regulation – No. 18. Liu is famous for placing huge animals with small heads in urban landscapes.
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    Liu Di; Animal Regulation – No. 18. Liu is famous for placing huge animals with small heads in urban landscapes.
    Liu Di/Courtesy of Pekin Fine Arts
  • Peikwen Cheng; Praying from the Lost and Found Series, 2010.
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    Peikwen Cheng; Praying from the Lost and Found Series, 2010.
    Peikwen Cheng/Courtesy of MD Gallery
  • Ho Fan; Street Scene, 1957.
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    Ho Fan; Street Scene, 1957.
    Ho Fan/Courtesy of AO Vertical Art Space.
  • Peng Jiang; The Nirvana of Phoenix. No. 14. A derelict state-owned iron and steel factory in Chongqing.
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    Peng Jiang; The Nirvana of Phoenix. No. 14. A derelict state-owned iron and steel factory in Chongqing.
    Peng Jiang
  • Murat Germen; Muta-morphosis Istanbul Zincirlikuyu #1, 2013. Germen says people routinely mistake this for a collage. It's actually a compressed digital panorama of Istanbul.
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    Murat Germen; Muta-morphosis Istanbul Zincirlikuyu #1, 2013. Germen says people routinely mistake this for a collage. It's actually a compressed digital panorama of Istanbul.
    Murat Germen/Courtesy of C.A.M. Gallery
  • Zhang Dali; Demolition 2, 1999. Zhang's artwork was ubiquitous in the late 1990s around Beijing's countless demolition sites as miles and miles of old housing was destroyed.
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    Zhang Dali; Demolition 2, 1999. Zhang's artwork was ubiquitous in the late 1990s around Beijing's countless demolition sites as miles and miles of old housing was destroyed.
    Zhang Dali/Courtesy of ifa gallery
China's largest fair devoted to fine art photography opened in Shanghai this weekend. The first-time event is called Photo Shanghai and includes more than 500 works from photographers around the world.
One of the exhibits drawing a lot of Chinese visitors this weekend is by photographer Zhang Kechun. One of the most striking images features a Buddha head, about 40 feet high, sitting in the middle of an open pit coal mine.
"I feel the Buddha is someone that people revere," says Ji Hexiang, a nurse who's visiting the exhibit and trying to interpret the image. "The Buddha head may be there to bless and protect coal miners, to keep them safe and sound. On the other hand, these coal mine bosses pursue their own interests regardless of the costs."
Zhang, the photographer, suggests Ji is on to something. Generally, coal mine barons are reviled in China. Many are seen as corrupt and greedy, often risking the safety of their workers and degrading the environment. Zhang says the coal mine owner actually became a monk and built a temple.
"They dig coal every day, and suddenly one day they realize 'What I do isn't too good,'" he says. "So they came up with a way to redeem themselves. So they chose to believe in Buddhism."
Steven Harris, the director and owner of M97 Gallery in Shanghai, says fine art photography only emerged in China in the late 1990s. In earlier decades, the Communist Party mostly used photography as propaganda.
"Compared to the West, the history and evolution of the medium of photography as a personal expression was null and void during the second half of the 20th century," Harris says. "So we're making up for a lot of lost time here."
Alexander Montague-Sparey, the fair director for Photo Shanghai, says a lot of people thought he was crazy for embarking on the project. They said to him that the Chinese would "walk around this fair for 10 minutes and they'll be like, 'What the hell is this?'" But he says a lot of visitors are engaging with the works.
"There's been such a dynamic response from the audience," says Montague-Sparey. "They're asking questions. They're so inquisitive."
The big question is whether that curiosity will translate into sales as the market for fine art photography in China is still developing. Many visitors just seemed excited to see so much quality photography in one place.
An Na, a retired worker from a state-owned tire factory, recently bought a camera and has taken up documentary street photography. She spent Friday scouring the exhibits.

"Of course, there's a lot to learn," An Na says. "I can't study all of them today. I will be back tomorrow with friends."

Annenberg Space For Photography Announces Sink Or Swim: Designing For A Sea Change Featuring Works By Iwan Baan

Annenberg Space for Photography announces Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change, on view from December 13, 2014 to May 3, 2015.  Sink or Swim explores the human story of resilience, from adaptation for survival to ambitious infrastructure planning, in some of the richest and poorest of the world's coastal communities. Rather than showing pristine architectural photography, the photographs present viewers with various human responses to changes in their landscapes due to sea level rise.  Sink or Swimaims to foster critical dialogue through the provocative juxtaposition of diverse responses to a challenge shared by millions worldwide.
A woman makes her way down the seawall along the Kitakama and Ainokama coastline in Sendai, Japan. After the tsunami in 2011 the Japanese government has spent billions of yen on the reconstruction of a 31.8 km seawall along the Sendai coastline which is slated to be finished in 3 to 4 months. Commissioned photograph for the exhibition.
Curated by architecture writer and radio host Frances Anderton with the Annenberg Space for Photography, Sink or Swim features newly commissioned and archival works by photographers Iwan Baan, Stephen Wilkes, Paula Bronstein, Jonas Bendiksen and Monica Nouwens. This is the first exhibition for Annenberg Space for Photography to feature commissioned works.  Through the work of this select group of architectural, fine art and news photographers, the exhibition casts an eye on both the problem of climate change in densely populated coastal regions and contemporary design as a means to navigate the changing landscapes.  
"We were eager to organize an exhibition focusing on architecture but adamant that we wanted it to tell the story from a human perspective," says Wallis Annenberg, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of the Annenberg Foundation.  "We are delighted that these new works tell such powerful stories about resiliency, climate change and architecture as well as engage with viewers on a humanistic level.  The exhibit's capacity to foster dialogue that offers fresh perspectives on the environmental issues of our day -- and how communities are rising up to meet the challenges -- is very much keeping with the mission of the Photography Space and the Annenberg Foundation."
In the face of increasing global attention on climate change and rebuilding in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the Indian Ocean tsunami, Superstorm Sandy, and the Tohuko tsunami, Sink or Swim is a timely examination of resiliency strategies in architecture and design.  Images range from highly complex coastal flood-mitigation in the Netherlands, controversial sea walls in Japan, to innovative homes and community buildings by leading architects including Pritzker prize-winners Thom Mayne, Toyo Ito and Shigeru Ban.
Anderton collaborated with photographers experienced in capturing fragile built environments to determine the locations, design projects and communities across the world that served as subjects for the commissioned works in the exhibition.  Sea walls, floating schools and temporary disaster relief housing in disparate ecological and social contexts provide concrete starting points for considering questions about nature, culture and design at the heart of Sink or Swim.
"It has been a privilege to dig into these extraordinary photographers' rich archives and also send them back out on assignment to create compelling new work that we look forward to sharing with the public through the exhibition," says Anderton.
"Photography is an ideal medium through which to explore climate change and the built environment because ultimately this is a human story and the photographs get to the emotional heart of that story. Through images of coastal communities—the devastating impact of climate change, including super-storms and rising sea levels, and also the varied and innovated design solutions—Sink or Swim offers visitors the opportunity to engage with and enrich dialogue about all aspects of this predicament."
An original documentary film commissioned by the Annenberg Space for Photography and produced by award-winning director Steven Kochones and Arclight Productions will include interviews with the artists, architects, historians and scientists engaged with climate resilient strategies for waterfront communities. 
A collaboration between the Annenberg Space for Photography and the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands will offer visitors to Sunnylands a preview of select prints from the Sink or Swimexhibition.  The images will be on display beginning in October 2014 to coincide with a retreat at Sunnylands on the topic of rising sea levels and ocean acidification.  An exhibition catalogue will be published by Sunnylands Press for release in December 2014.
The Photographers
Following his experience photographing the celebrated Makoko Floating School (designed by Kunlé Adeyemi for the Makoko community on the water near Lagos, Nigeria,) Dutch photographer Iwan Baan was drawn to the lake village of Ganvie in Benin, where residents have lived on the water for centuries. New work by Baan in the exhibition also includes photographs of the massive Deltaworks sea defenses; the promenade at Scheveningen near The Hague in the Netherlands, a flood-protection system interwoven with a tourist destination designed by Spanish firm De Solà-Morales; and the post-tsunami Home-For-All community buildings by Toyo Ito and other leading architects in Japan.
U.S.-based fine art photographer Stephen Wilkes revisited communities he first encountered in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy.  His images include striking aerial photographs that present a unique perspective on infrastructure improvements within the context of natural landscapes that remain susceptible to flooding. Wilkes also created portraits of New Orleans area residents in the newly built homes, intended to be models for resilience, by the Make It Right Foundation and Global Green in the Lower 9th Ward and Holy Cross neighborhoods of New Orleans. One of the first photographers to capture aerial images of the coastline damage following Hurricane Sandy, Wilkes documented Staten Island's Oakwood Beach where homeowners have elected to sell their property to the state, which plans to return the area to wetlands rather than rebuild.
Veteran photojournalist Paula Bronstein traveled to Japan for Sink or Swim and captured the immense sea walls now being built off the tsunami-hit coast of Japan. She also captured daily life in the storage container structures designed by 2014 Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban to house refugees following the Tohuko earthquake and Tsunami.
Dutch-born, Los Angeles-based, photographer Monica Nouwens turned her lens on California, finding in the restored Malibu Lagoon a local example of wetlands restoration. She also captures a very human story of denial, exemplified in a photograph of a California woman walking her dogs, oblivious to a tsunami sign above her head.
Sink or Swim also features Norwegian Magnum Photos photographer Jonas Bendiksen's documentation of Bangladesh coastal and delta communities, where increasingly unpredictable and intense flooding has prompted innovative adaptations in a culture that has dealt with seasonal flooding for centuries. Bendiksen spent two years capturing the low-tech structural and farming innovations in the challenging landscape, as well as the floating schools project designed by Mohammed Rezwan for his nonprofit Shidulai Swanirvar Sangstha.
The Venue
Annenberg Space for Photography, the only cultural destination in Los Angeles devoted solely to photography, strives to encourage the community to explore universally-important subjects through one of the most accessible and personal forms of art. During its 14-exhibit and five-year history, the venue has approached a series of thought-provoking subjects, such as the precarious state of the world's fresh water, vanishing cultures and climate change.  
The Annenberg Space for Photography Skylight Studios will continue to host the popular Iris Nights lecture series with exhibit-related speakers.  The schedule will be announced at a later date.  Educational programming will be also offered in conjunction with the exhibition. The Annenberg Foundation provides bus funding to Title 1 schools, allowing educators to bring thousands of students to experience the Photography Space, free of charge.  The exhibition catalogue as well as other exhibit-related merchandise will be available for purchase in Skylight Studios' Retail Gallery.
About the Annenberg Space for Photography
The Annenberg Space for Photography is a cultural destination dedicated to exhibiting photography. The intimate environment features state-of-the-art, high-definition digital technology as well as traditional prints by some of the world's most renowned and emerging photographers. It is the first solely photographic cultural destination in the Los Angeles area. The Photography Space conveys a range of human experiences and serves as an expression of the philanthropic work of the Annenberg Foundation and its Directors. 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the Annenberg Foundation.
Annenberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067
www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org

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