Photography – Photo Bolsillo http://photobolsillo.com/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 09:24:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://photobolsillo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png Photography – Photo Bolsillo http://photobolsillo.com/ 32 32 Striking photo of tribal warriors wins 2022 International Portrait Photographer of the Year award https://photobolsillo.com/striking-photo-of-tribal-warriors-wins-2022-international-portrait-photographer-of-the-year-award/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 08:55:09 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/striking-photo-of-tribal-warriors-wins-2022-international-portrait-photographer-of-the-year-award/ © Jatenipat Ketpradit/The International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022 International Portrait Photographer of the Year announced its 2022 winners. The overall prize was awarded to Jatenipat Ketpradit from Thailand. Its striking image shows warriors from a remote Ethiopian tribe. Personally, I find portrait photography to be one of the most challenging genres. But at […]]]>

International Portrait Photographer of the Year announced its 2022 winners. The overall prize was awarded to Jatenipat Ketpradit from Thailand. Its striking image shows warriors from a remote Ethiopian tribe.

Personally, I find portrait photography to be one of the most challenging genres. But at the same time, as a viewer, I find it to be one of my favorites. So whether you’re looking for inspiration for your own work or just love looking at great portrait photos, let’s take a look at this year’s winners of the International Portrait Photographer of the Year.

This year’s winner has been a professional photographer for ten years, but he is also the CEO of an interior design company in Thailand. Talking about his winning photo, he explained that it’s important to get to know your role models and relax them around you. This, in my opinion, is the hardest part as I’m a little clumsy. But apparently Jatenipat knows exactly how to approach his subject.

“I always stay with the tribal people at least a week per tribe,” he says. “I spend the first 2-3 days finding the location and direction of the sunlight. Then choose the subject based on their character, outfits and history.

He returns to visit certain tribes every year, and they have become like a family. In the winning image, you can see three members of the Suri tribe. “The Suri tribe is one of the hardest to reach in Ethiopia,” says the photographer. “They live on a high mountain that is difficult to approach from the outside world.”

“If you visit here, you must follow their rules and regulations by giving them gifts. This will inspire confidence in new visitors. They are still suspicious at first, but once accepted and convinced that you are not a threat, they will kiss you to show their appreciation.

Throughout his journey, the photographer often encounters tribal warriors carrying weapons. The weapons are said to come from Cold War-era arms smugglers, tribal battles, and even when Ethiopia was ruled by the Italian Axis during World War II.

“The introduction of firearms has generated a multitude of problems for the tribes”, explains the photographer. “They had been through the confusion of traditional life and the changing times for the past 20 years, as weapons are high technology which opposes their culture and customs.” And in the picture you can see the conflict between old and new, between war and peace, between two different aspects of life.

For her image, Jatenipat won the top prize of US$3,000. Each category winner took home $1,000, with second and third place taking home $500 and $250, respectively. Take a look at the category winners and runners-up and be sure to learn more about the competition on its website.

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realme is hosting a nighttime photowalk contest for young photographers https://photobolsillo.com/realme-is-hosting-a-nighttime-photowalk-contest-for-young-photographers/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 15:08:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/realme-is-hosting-a-nighttime-photowalk-contest-for-young-photographers/ Young people’s favorite brand, Realme, has come up with a nighttime photowalk contest for smartphone enthusiasts who like to capture stunning moments with their cell phones to give them the opportunity to unleash their creativity. This competition will create a new platform and bring photography enthusiasts together with a renowned photographer who will share their […]]]>

Young people’s favorite brand, Realme, has come up with a nighttime photowalk contest for smartphone enthusiasts who like to capture stunning moments with their cell phones to give them the opportunity to unleash their creativity.

This competition will create a new platform and bring photography enthusiasts together with a renowned photographer who will share their knowledge and build their photography skills, a press release said on Monday.

In the first stage of this campaign, photography enthusiasts across the country were invited to submit their profile. The call was also open to different online photography communities. From hundreds of submissions, realme selected 16 photographers for a photo walk.

The competition was led by renowned photographer Avijit Nandy, who has won various photography competitions including the BBC Buzz Photography Competition, the 3rd Annual DUPS Photography Exhibition in the Nature and Lifestyle category and the IIUPE 2008.

Avijit Nandy will host an online workshop for the selected photographers to enlighten them on different tips and tricks to take the best photo with their smartphone, according to the release.

And then, the selected photographers will be taken on a photo walk to put their photography skills to the test.

Photos must be captured in 4 categories – Night Nature, Street Photography, Night Portrait and Night Creative.

Avijit Nandy will also take photos in these categories. Two college photography clubs will collaborate on this campaign by providing their unique and fresh perspective with their photos, the statement added.

The most interesting part of this contest is that the photos in these 4 categories will be captured with realme’s upcoming 9 pro series smartphones.

The competition is expected to stimulate the creativity of young mobile photography enthusiasts and help them explore the night world in a different way.

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Kearney photographers discover it takes more than a studio | Local News https://photobolsillo.com/kearney-photographers-discover-it-takes-more-than-a-studio-local-news/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 16:30:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/kearney-photographers-discover-it-takes-more-than-a-studio-local-news/ KEARNEY – Partners McKenzie Cuba and Brooke Anderson discovered a niche in the Kearney business scene and named their business The LightBox. As photographers, women often need studio space, so they think other photographers are the same. After a few weekends of hard work cleaning and tidying up a second-floor suite in St. James Square, […]]]>

KEARNEY – Partners McKenzie Cuba and Brooke Anderson discovered a niche in the Kearney business scene and named their business The LightBox.

As photographers, women often need studio space, so they think other photographers are the same.

After a few weekends of hard work cleaning and tidying up a second-floor suite in St. James Square, Anderson and Cuba now have the space they’ve been looking for for their own photography businesses and, as they suspected, a other photographers also need a studio. space.

“We rent out to other photographers and videographers,” Anderson said, but LightBox’s usefulness isn’t limited to photography.

They also rent The LightBox for other events such as baby showers, hen parties and other gatherings where guests are looking for a different vibe from hotels or other gathering spaces.

They held their grand opening two weeks ago. It was an opportunity to show off the 1,200 square feet of The LightBox. Partners say the juice is flowing and they imagine a variety of uses. For example, bridal parties need a place to dress up and get ready for weddings, so why not The LightBox?

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The place is available for rent seven days a week.

Cuba and Anderson were familiar with similar studio rental operations in Lincoln and Omaha, so they think the idea is worth trying in Kearney.

“We always wished there was somewhere we could go to take pictures,” Anderson said.






McKenzie Cuba, left, and Brooke Anderson have teamed up to open The LightBox.


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“We’ve had a few bookings recently and for the future,” Anderson said.

“We promote with social media,” Cuba said.

Word-of-mouth could also be good for The LightBox, when people had the chance to experience the many ways the space will be used. In November, the LightBox will likely transform into a shop where vendors can showcase holiday merchandise.

St. James Square stands on the southeast corner of 25th Street and Second Avenue. The building was originally a Catholic school.

“My husband’s friends did all the work. Someone did the floor and someone did the electrical, etc. Anderson said.

They removed a drop ceiling and exposed steel beams which give the space character and visual appeal.

“We just got really, really lucky with the space,” Anderson said. “We wanted an open, clean and welcoming place.”

The LightBox address is 124 W. 25th St., Suite B3. The company can be reached at 308-650-1770, 308-5488122, online at thelightboxkearney.com and on Instagram at thelightbox.studio.

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Instagram begins testing video selfies to identify users over 18 https://photobolsillo.com/instagram-begins-testing-video-selfies-to-identify-users-over-18/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 16:47:03 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/instagram-begins-testing-video-selfies-to-identify-users-over-18/ Instagram has released a new set of tools designed to determine the age of users. If you claim to be over 18, you will need to provide the platform with a video selfie so the AI ​​can take a close look at you. Alternatively, you may also be asked to submit a photo of your […]]]>

Instagram has released a new set of tools designed to determine the age of users. If you claim to be over 18, you will need to provide the platform with a video selfie so the AI ​​can take a close look at you. Alternatively, you may also be asked to submit a photo of your personal ID or ask adult friends to certify that you are well over 18.

The test has been rolled out to US users, and if successful, it will become a standard feature and roll out globally. If you’re already on Instagram, you’re good to go. But you will see the new features in two scenarios. One, if you just signed up, and two, if you’re trying to change your age from under 18 to 18+. You may have made a mistake setting your date of birth, but you could also be a teenager trying to be an adult – Instagram has no way of knowing. Or in fact, now it is.

It should be noted that Instagram still requires users to be at least 13 years old to register. In some countries, the minimum age is higher. “When we know if someone is a teenager (13-17), we offer them age-appropriate experiences, such as default access to private accounts, prevention of unwanted contact with adults they does not know and the limitation of the options that advertisers have to contact them advertisements”, Instagram writing.

So what if you do or change your age to be over 18? First, Instagram will ask you for a valid ID. It can be your driver’s license, your passport, your identity card… Anything with either your full name and photo or your full name and date of birth. You can find the list of eligible IDs at Instagram’s help pageand this is mandatory if you claim to be over 18 years old. Instagram says your ID will be stored securely on their servers and deleted within 30 days, and I’ll just leave that here.

In addition to uploading your ID, you can choose one of two new options:

Selfie video: Instagram has partnered with Yoti for this feature. It’s a company that “specializes in privacy-preserving ways to verify age,” as Instagram describes it. If you choose this option, you will see instructions on your screen to guide you on how to position your head and take the selfie. “After taking a video selfie, we share the image with Yoti, and nothing else.” Instagram claims. AI then estimates your age based on your facial features and shares that estimate with Instagram, after which Meta and Yoti then delete your image. “Technology can’t recognize your identity, just your age,” Instagram reassures us.

Social deposit: This is another option you can choose and it doesn’t require sharing your selfies beyond the ones you already post on your Instagram profile. It allows you to ask your common subscribers to confirm your age. “The person vouching must be at least 18 years old, must not be vouching for anyone else at the time, and will be subject to other safeguards we have in place,” Instagram rating. “The three people you select to vouch for you will receive a request to confirm your age and must respond within three days.”

The video selfie feature was first discovered in 2021. XDA Developers found it, and social media consultant Matt Navarra posted it to his Twitter. The difference is that it was not intended for age verification, but to check if a human was behind the account. Interestingly enough, Instagram claimed at the time that there would be no AI involved when analyzing video selfies. I wonder what they would have to say now.

For one, young children are using the social media app even though they are well below the age limit. So it’s a good idea to use more tools to check if users are really as old as they say they are. But on the other hand, asking for video selfies and personal ID from a company notorious for multiple data breaches… Is that really a good idea? All in all, it just proves there’s no way to win. At least if we want to have an Instagram account.

[via TechCrunch]

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Land Back Camp co-founder tells stories through photography at Waterloo exhibition https://photobolsillo.com/land-back-camp-co-founder-tells-stories-through-photography-at-waterloo-exhibition/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 21:05:31 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/land-back-camp-co-founder-tells-stories-through-photography-at-waterloo-exhibition/ WATERLOO — About seven years ago, Bangishimo picked up his first Nikon camera from Henry two days before a trip to New Zealand to put his photography skills to the test. Although the photograph is new to the local Anishinaabe organizer and community activist, Bangishimo said they would find out as they go, “and that’s […]]]>

WATERLOO — About seven years ago, Bangishimo picked up his first Nikon camera from Henry two days before a trip to New Zealand to put his photography skills to the test.

Although the photograph is new to the local Anishinaabe organizer and community activist, Bangishimo said they would find out as they go, “and that’s what I did,” they said during an artist talk Tuesday on the campus of the University of Waterloo.

Now, seven years later, Bangishimo’s “On the Land” project is on display outside Conrad Grebel University College. This is the third time the artwork has been exhibited on campus since its launch on the Waterloo GeoTime Trail last summer.

The Land Back Camp co-founder’s art installation features eight stories and portraits of individuals, a couple and families that all answer the same question: “What does it mean to you to live on this earth ? »

The eight photos show residents sitting in their homes. QR codes in the bottom right corner lead to audio clips of their answers to the question.

Among those featured in the artwork are Amy Smoke – another co-founder of Land Back Camp – and her daughter Skye, as well as a family who live in the historic Brubacher House in Waterloo.

Tuesday afternoon, the Bangishimo, hair in mohawk, walked under the tent erected in front of their installation. They wore sunglasses, feather earrings, a blue skirt and a blue shirt, both with rainbow ribbons.

Bangishimo talked about their early days in photography and how a year-long backpacking trip a few years ago sparked their desire to tell other people’s stories.

“I didn’t know where I was going, what I was doing, but I just wanted to go and be on earth,” Bangishimo told a crowd of around 30 people.

The journey took them to places like Nepal, India and New Zealand.

“Next thing you know, indigenous leaders and chiefs from the mountains of India, Nepal and New Zealand started inviting me into their spaces and I started taking pictures,” said Bangishimo.

“I was like, ‘This is what I want to do. I want to use my photography to help amplify other people’s stories.’

Bangishimo held rallies, workshops and conferences to create space for people, they said, and photography was another way to do this.

The artwork was vandalized and damaged while on the Waterloo Trail last year.

Some of the photos were bent and scuffed – the photo of Smoke and her daughter received the most negative attention, Bangishimo said.

“These images have been vandalized multiple times, three times in fact,” Bangishimo said.

“I’ve found them many times thrown into ditches, but that doesn’t stop me. It hurts, but it doesn’t stop me. »

Bangishimo said they won’t replace damaged photos because they don’t want to empower vandals.

“Art evokes emotion and that’s what it’s doing right now,” Bangishimo said.

Cheyenne Bholla is a Waterloo Region reporter at The Record. Contact her by email: cbholla@therecord.com

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Legendary rock photographer Ed Caraeff talks about a lifetime of photos, cooking and travel https://photobolsillo.com/legendary-rock-photographer-ed-caraeff-talks-about-a-lifetime-of-photos-cooking-and-travel/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 20:43:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/legendary-rock-photographer-ed-caraeff-talks-about-a-lifetime-of-photos-cooking-and-travel/ Some of the most iconic photos in popular music history were taken by a man, who began photographing rock bands when he was just 15 years old. That man was Ed Caraeff, whose career not only spans decades of photography and art design for artists like Dolly Parton, Steely Dan and Elton John, but also […]]]>

Some of the most iconic photos in popular music history were taken by a man, who began photographing rock bands when he was just 15 years old. That man was Ed Caraeff, whose career not only spans decades of photography and art design for artists like Dolly Parton, Steely Dan and Elton John, but also a long career in the New York restaurant world. York.

After a serious health crisis in 2015, Caraeff sold the rights to his photography and embarked on a “to-do list” trip across the country in his motorhome, which he has been doing for almost seven years now. During a stop in San Luis Obispo last month, Caraeff came to the KCBX studio with a book called “Burning Desire: The Jimi Hendrix Experience through the Lens of Ed Caraeff.”

Jimi Hendrix’s Iconic Photo of Caraeff and His Legacy

“It was twice on Rolling Stone. [Publisher] Jann Wenner called me and said he was doing a number on the greatest rock shows of all time, and he narrowed his decision down to two photos, and he decided to use my photo of Jimi at the Monterey Theater burning his guitar. And I remember, I was already in the restaurant business at that time, but the first words that came out of my mouth were, ‘What’s the other one?'”

“And he also asked permission to color it in, instead of just doing it. Most people would have done it without telling me, but he asked permission to color it in using someone’s photo. ‘other as a guide to that night. I agreed, and it was used for the first time in color on the cover of Rolling Stone.”

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Singer, songwriter and actress Dolly Parton poses for a portrait during the cover session for her album ‘Here You Come Again’ on July 7, 1977 in Los Angeles, California.

“He made sure to tell me that the cover wouldn’t have a lot of characters on it, like ‘Best College Fashion’. He said it would be really simple, and he was the one who made it famous, because that no one cared about this photo before that. Kodak gave me an award, saying it was the most famous rock photo ever taken – it was fun.

From photography to art direction to cooking

“It’s 1980, New York. I got my first suit other than a bar mitzvah suit, you know, I actually got a Ralph Lauren suit. I got a leather wallet, and my idea was to call the art directors of companies. If I admired their album covers, I would go to their art directors and show them my portfolio. And I called a record company, and when I had the phone call, they answered the phone and said, ‘Are you calling for the art director position??'”

“So I didn’t miss a beat, I said yes. Turns out they had an ad looking for an art director. So I just pulled some things out of my portfolio, put some d other things that were more art direction and I ended up spending five years as an art director and creative director in New York.”

“[After that] I answered an ad in the Sunday New York Times to be an executive chef near the United Nations, to open a Tex-Mex restaurant. I had a cooking audition, and I was offered the job and it was my first job. [as a chef].”

“I had no cooking skills. While in New York, I became a single mom with my two sons. And so we would go out to eat all the time. It’s easy to do if you’re in New York. , you know, they only ate a few dishes – pizzas, cheeseburgers, French toast. I realized after a week that I needed to do vegetables, maybe.”

“So I would go to a bookstore in New York and just stand in the back and look in the indexes to learn things. I wanted to learn how to bake a potato. So I was really curious as I was learning to cook. I just thought it was a form of expression. I think I’m an artist with pretty good business sense and I just followed my passion.”

“The thing with the kitchen is that I felt like with my photography, I had kind of been there, you know. I didn’t feel like going back to making music videos again , which you’d see was maybe a natural extension – but the opportunity to cook arose because I wanted to cook for my sons, and then I loved it and became passionate about it. “

“And I think of all the things I’ve learned in my life, being able to cook effortlessly and stress-free is the best thing I’ve ever done.”

Hendrix in Monterey

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American guitarist Jimi Hendrix (1942 – 1970) sets fire to his Fender Stratocaster guitar while performing at the Monterey International Pop Music Festival, June 18, 1967 in Monterey, California.

Health alerts and to-do lists

“[The health scares] started when I had a toothache and ended up being seen by a cardiologist, and a year and a half after MRIs and tests they found an aneurysm growing in my aorta.”

“And there in the doctor’s office, as he was talking to me, I thought about my mortality. And I thought I had worked long enough at an early age – it was well over 50 regular job – I thought, ‘bucket list.’ This all happened in a split second, I thought “to do list”, and one thing immediately popped up like nothing else ever has. And that’s what I do , which I’ve been doing for seven years: I got rid of all my belongings and moved into an RV.”

“I don’t know, that’s how it is. You know, I’m usually looking for the next thing instead of dwelling on the past. I’m talking about Orcas Island in the Florida Keys in Woodstock in New York, in California desert, which I love. What I don’t do is I’d rather not fly or drive in Canada or Mexico anymore.

Caraeff’s connection to San Luis Obispo

“This is the place to find any part, any screw, any fabric [for the VW camper van]“My engine, my engine was built here at Westy Werks. It’s the place to be, that’s why I found San Luis Obispo, because of my vintage Volkswagen motorhome. there may be no other place outside of Germany that has all the parts available and people who know how to maintain them, not just mechanically, but all parts of the motorhome – the tent, the sink , the stove, my weird little needs, and it’s all done here in San Luis Obispo.”

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Ed Caraeff signs a poster of one of his famous images.

“You can go in any direction [here]. You can go south, you can go to Big Sur. You can go on the 101, you can go all kinds of different directions from here. Yeah, that’s nice.”

Start early, never sleep

“People were calling me for photography, and if I could do it, I would do it. Then I developed all this film and did all the prints myself, I didn’t send anything. I I was working all the time. When my family went to sleep, I’d make myself a cup of coffee and go down to the darkroom, where I had a great sound system and a good harmless light, you know, not just a red light bulb. Everything was comfortable for me, and I worked until four in the morning, all the time. I had a stable job for 14 years without a business card, without a wallet, without an agent, and my phone number. Wasn’t listed. But I got busy.

“I started this when I was in high school. I started this career, which I didn’t know was a work option and I was grateful for it, but it was a roller coaster. I had a very high standard I was very professional I was not a flake so I got the jobs I had to deliver the finished artwork ready to go for the printer I had to go to the printer to make sure what they were doing represented my art. I did all of that – I was a total control freak for 14 years.”

“I never went camping, I didn’t go to prom, I didn’t really date. I just worked – I was with artists, I was in the studio, I was I was in their private jets, I was in castles I mean, amazing things, but you know, I didn’t have that other experience, and I thought I’d miss it if I couldn’t not driving without a reservation and camping, which I had never done.”

“I once signed up to do a European tour with Three Dog Night and I had so many jobs to finish that I hadn’t slept in six nights. That’s probably why I have a brain aneurysm. the aorta – I was carrying the body down.”

Classical music, French radio and Bob Dylan

“If it wasn’t for the music, we wouldn’t be sitting here. I wouldn’t have been interested in photographing musicians and their weird looks. I’m a big fan of music and how it changes, and how art directs your life, from classical to Miles Davis.”

“I’m very influenced by a radio station in Paris, France called FIP – free public radio with no commercials, and they play the most eclectic selection of music. You never know what you’re going to hear next, they’ll from Van Morrison to a classic tune to something of a movie to an African beat. It’s really wild, and so I make a playlist of what I hear on French radio.

“I have all kinds of different playlists: early Rolling Stones, Cat Stevens, etc. I’m a big Big Bob Dylan fan, who I got to work with, which was a great pleasure for me.”

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A collection of some of Ed Caraeff’s photos over the years.

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On rewards, recognition and imitators

“It’s a huge honor for me. Even if people just want to post it on their social media and rip it up, it’s still an honor. I feel flattered. I once walked the boardwalk at Venice Beach, and everyone’s selling their wares, I walk up and someone painted a picture of mine where Jimi is about to burn the guitar, and they made a big painting out of it.”

“My friend said it was a scam, you know, so I said, ‘You know, that’s flattery.’ I think it’s flattery, really – it was a really good painting. Someone just tattooed it, and it’s amazing. A tattoo artist in Monterey did their version of my photo, and I love it. I reached out and said “Bravo” because he’s really really doing his own thing. It’s a beautiful tattoo, it’s awesome.

This interview has been edited for clarity and length.

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Metro Gallery will feature Sandhills photography by Christensen | neighborhood supplement https://photobolsillo.com/metro-gallery-will-feature-sandhills-photography-by-christensen-neighborhood-supplement/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/metro-gallery-will-feature-sandhills-photography-by-christensen-neighborhood-supplement/ SUBMITTED BY LINDA STEPHEN for Neighborhood Extra In July, Metro Gallery, 1316 N St, will present a solo exhibition by award-winning fine art photographer Jan Christensen. The opening reception for “Sand and Sky” will be Friday, July 1 from 3-7 p.m. with music by Tony Church from 5-7 p.m. “Heaven is history in the Sandhills,” […]]]>

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In July, Metro Gallery, 1316 N St, will present a solo exhibition by award-winning fine art photographer Jan Christensen. The opening reception for “Sand and Sky” will be Friday, July 1 from 3-7 p.m. with music by Tony Church from 5-7 p.m.

“Heaven is history in the Sandhills,” Christensen said. “The Nebraska Sandhills have always been an inspiration to me because of the wide open spaces, the big skies, and the near absence of human intervention in the landscape. The Sandhills still appear almost as they were. hundreds of years ago.

Christensen’s fine art photography has been exhibited at the George Eastman Museum, is part of the permanent collections of the Sheldon Museum of Art, Museum of Nebraska Art, and Great Plains Art Museum, as well as corporate collections. She lives in Lincoln.

“The Sandhills are a must-see in this state,” said Metro Gallery Director Dean Settle. “Jan Christensen makes beautiful and beautiful photographs of landscapes, skies and livestock. All of his works are matted or framed.

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One of the great works on display is “Curly”, a portrait of a bull deflecting flies. The photo was taken on a side road off Highway 97, south of Merritt Reservoir.

“I like to pack the car with maps, food and camera gear and take a road not taken to open my mind and walk around to see what’s going on out there,” Christensen said. “Being deaf for a while before grade school made my eyesight more critical and made me a more careful observer of the nuances that occur when you wait for the invisible to be seen.”

Christensen’s work will be on display throughout July during regular hours Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. JSanctuary.com.

Metro Gallery hosts exhibits at 11 locations in Lincoln and southeastern Nebraska. In addition to the sale and rental of works of art, Metro Gallery’s services include the hanging of works of art, the cleaning of works of art, the restoration or repair of paintings and the liquidation of works of art for estates. Learn more about MetroGalleryLincoln.com or call 402-202-7549.

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Photography Tripods Market 2022, Industry Size, Trends, Share, Growth, Analysis and Forecast to 2028 https://photobolsillo.com/photography-tripods-market-2022-industry-size-trends-share-growth-analysis-and-forecast-to-2028/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 13:15:44 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/photography-tripods-market-2022-industry-size-trends-share-growth-analysis-and-forecast-to-2028/ Photographic Tripods Market 2022-2028 A new market study titled “Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges for Photographic Tripods Market” has been featured on fusionmarketresearch. The description This comprehensive study of Photographic Tripods Market offers an overview of existing market trends, drivers, restraints, and metrics and also offers a viewpoint for important segments. The report also […]]]>

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The research methodology used to estimate and forecast this market begins with capturing the revenue of major players and their market shares. Various secondary sources such as press releases, annual reports, non-profit organizations, industry associations, government agencies, and customs data have been used to identify and collect useful information for this in-depth business study of the market. Calculations based on this led to the overall market size. After arriving at the overall market size, the total market was divided into several segments and sub-segments, which were further verified through primary research by conducting in-depth interviews with industry experts such as CEOs, vice presidents, directors and executives. Data triangulation and market breakdown procedures have been used to complete the overall market engineering process and obtain accurate statistics for all segments and sub-segments.

Key Players in Photographic Tripod including:
Vitec Group
Beno
Siru
Velbon
Avant-garde
Weifeng Group
Fotopro
Induro
Dolica
LVG
Slik
Get
Cullman
Giotto
Ravelli
LWF
3 legged thing
Faith
Really good stuff
Berlebach
Ries
Benbo
Linhof
clam picture
Novoflex
FEISOL
kingjoy
Gradus Group
MeFOTO
Support for Miller cameras

Market is split by Type, can be split into:
Aluminum tripod
carbon fiber tripod
Others

The market is split by Application, can be split into:
Online sales
Offline sales

The market is split by sales channel, can be split into:
direct channel
Distribution channel

Market segment by region/country comprising:
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain etc.)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and Southeast Asia, etc.)
South America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia etc.)
Middle East and Africa (South Africa, UAE and Saudi Arabia etc.)

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Contents

Chapter 1 Photographic Tripods Market Overview
1.1 Definition of photographic tripod
1.2 Global Camera Tripods Market Size Status and Outlook (2016-2030)
1.3 Global Tripods Market Size Comparison by Regions (2016-2030)
1.4 Global Tripods Market Size Comparison by Type (2016-2030)
1.5 Global Tripods Market Size Comparison by Application (2016-2030)
1.6 Global Tripods Market Size Comparison by Sales Channel (2016-2030)
1.7 Photographic Tripods Market Dynamics (COVID-19 Impacts)
1.7.1 Market drivers/opportunities
1.7.2 Market Challenges/Risks
1.7.3 Market News (Mergers/Acquisitions/Expansion)
1.7.4 Impacts of COVID-19
1.7.5 Post-COVID-19 Strategies

Chapter 2 Photographic Tripods Market Segment Analysis by Player
2.1 Global Tripods Sales and Market Share by Player (2019-2021)
2.2 Global Tripod Revenue and Market Share by Player (2019-2021)
2.3 Global Camera Tripods Average Price by Player (2019-2021)
2.4 Player Competition Status and Trends
2.5 Conclusion of the segment by player

Chapter 3 Photographic Tripods Market Segment Analysis by Type
3.1 Global Photographic Tripods Market by Type
3.1.1 Aluminum tripod
3.1.2 Carbon fiber tripod
3.1.3 Others
3.2 Global Tripods Sales and Market Share by Type (2016-2021)
3.3 Global Tripods Revenue and Market Share by Type (2016-2021)
3.4 Global Camera Tripods Average Price by Type (2016-2021)
3.5 Key Photo Tripod Players by Type in 2021
3.6 Segment Conclusion by Type

Chapter 4 Photographic Tripods Market Segment Analysis by Application
4.1 Global Camera Tripods Market by Application
4.1.1 Online sales
4.1.2 Offline sales
4.2 Global Tripods Revenue and Market Share by Application (2016-2021)
4.3 Major Consumers of Camera Tripods by Application in 2021
4.4 Segment Conclusion by Application

Chapter 5 Photographic Tripods Market Segment Analysis by Sales Channel
5.1 Global Tripods Market by Sales Channel
5.1.1 Direct channel
5.1.2 Broadcast channel
5.2 Global Tripods Revenue and Market Share by Sales Channel (2016-2021)
5.3 Major Tripods Distributors/Dealers by Sales Channel in 2021
5.4 Conclusion of Segment by Sales Channel

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The beginning of the AP8

When AP8 curator and co-founder Viola Raikhel and her team envisioned what the art and products of photography might look like, they avoided delving into the industry at a glance, but learned it first to understand what makes art covetable and collectible. They went on to reveal why it was missing online. They noticed how online art platforms practice the tradition of mass collecting by hosting hundreds of artists and making their works available in many sizes and frame options, perhaps without regard to their quality. overall and their impact on collectors and customers.

In response, they created AP8 which took the guesswork out of buying art by curating museum-quality artwork with accompanying provenance to authenticate and enhance artwork as the we build our collection. The company works directly with artists and their estates to ensure that each collection is curated and produced as a unique series of certified limited editions. The company writes that AP8 artwork comes framed and ready to display at home as the artist intended, white gloves and all, and that all AP8 collections are available while supplies last and are never reproduced again.

“Collecting art, like all collecting, is about what you desire, what you love, and what you consider valuable. AP8 brings you art to love, covet, and collect,’ Raikhel writes. Such a mission has grown its roots and touchpoints as the company partners with luxury online retailer Net-a-Porter to bring the public quality limited edition prints and frames from revered artists in the world. world, starting with the French photographer Guy Bourdin, the double ‘the God of Fashion Photography.’

images courtesy of Guy Bourdin Estate, AP8 and Net-a-Porter

Luxury brands meet art

“There is no more fabulous treasure for all things fashion, luxury and beauty than Net-A-Porter. The arbiter of taste for amazing women, Net-A-Porter has changed forever our way of shopping; now they are also changing the way we collect art,” Raikhel writes. Thanks to this collaboration, Net-A-Porter is now launching the sale of art on its site, rubbing shoulders with the most coveted designer brands such as Gucci, Cartier, Chloé, Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, Prada and Stella McCartney, for n’ cite just a few.

Raikhel continues that Net-A-Porter has partnered with AP8 to curate art collections to position alongside luxury and fashion must-haves. For the curator and co-founder, the collaboration distills everything that makes art covetable and collectable, taking the guesswork out of buying art while being associated with a seamless buying experience, the two passions that make up the cornerstones of AP8. The first series released by the collaboration includes a series of ten framed photographs by French artist and fashion photographer Guy Bourdin. Guy Bourdin, whom Raikhel calls ‘the most influential fashion photographer of our time, single-handedly transformed his medium into fine art.’

Interested customers could only acquire these exclusive prints through Net-A-Porter with less than 100 units of each piece available. This selection of his most iconic and recognizable images has previously only been seen in select museums, publications and galleries around the world, but today buyers and collectors around the world can have the opportunity to keep these precious memories in their private and precious spaces. AP8 has digitally verified each coin through a technique called shorthand cryptography. “It’s a fancy way of saying hidden from the human eye and only detectable by scanning them digitally,” Raikhel adds. A certification code is also recorded for each artwork to provide a record of provenance.

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Guy Bourdin framed print, 43” x 29”

Guy Bourdin and the fashion of photography

Born in France in 1928, Guy Bourdin dabbled in experimental photography, primarily adopting color as the driving force behind his imagery. Bourdin was a key contributor to French Vogue from 1955 through the late 80s, often featuring what, at that time, was considered “bold and provocative images with a unique contemporary aesthetic.” His work overlaps between surrealism and subjective photography, drawing on the past for the influence of surrealism which is seen in the way Bourdin approached still life and portraiture.

Anchoring the eye of a painter, Bourdin created images that spoke stories through their compositions, both in monochrome and in color. He conversed with his audience through the stories of his images, implying that the image emphasizes the essence of product displays. Using fashion photography as a medium, her messages crossed the realms between the absurd and the sublime, as can be seen through the photographs in this article, all of which relish the luxury of suggestive storytelling and surreal aesthetics, of relentless perfectionism and sharp humour, and his aura of a perfectionist imager.

His images stop the steps and attract attention, thanks to his direction, his style and his vision. He has created his photoshoot sets in bedrooms, on the beach, in nature or in cityscapes, and the drama and tension that unfolds in these everyday scenes piques the viewer’s subconscious, an invitation to step into his or her imagination. He also infused his images with hyper colors to lull viewers to lay their eyes on and structured compositions of cropped elements such as low skies with high backgrounds and the interplay of light and shadow.

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Guy Bourdin framed print, 40” x 29”

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Guy Boudin framed print, 30” x 30”

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Guy Bourdin framed print, 42” x 29”

exclusive photographs by guy bourdin lead net-a-porter art sale with AP8
Guy Bourdin framed print, 40” x 29”

exclusive photographs by guy bourdin lead net-a-porter art sale with AP8
Guy Bourdin framed print, 40” x 29”

project info:

Last name: Net-A-Porter sells art

brands: Net to wear, AP8

photographer: Guy Bourdin

Matthew Burgos | design boom

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The Best Father’s Day Gifts for Outdoor Photographers https://photobolsillo.com/the-best-fathers-day-gifts-for-outdoor-photographers/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 04:10:35 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/the-best-fathers-day-gifts-for-outdoor-photographers/ There are lots of great things you can give Dad this year. But if he likes to get outdoors often, then we’ve got you covered. We’re rounding up the best Father’s Day gifts for outdoor photographers in this special roundup. Best of all, we’ve tested all of these products; and there are situations where they […]]]>

There are lots of great things you can give Dad this year. But if he likes to get outdoors often, then we’ve got you covered. We’re rounding up the best Father’s Day gifts for outdoor photographers in this special roundup. Best of all, we’ve tested all of these products; and there are situations where they are totally approved of by their father. Looked!

One of the best cameras of the year: OM SYSTEM OM-1

In our review we said:

“The new OM SYSTEM OM-1 takes a big step forward in terms of ease of use. They completely redesigned their menu system.

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The budget option: Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III

In our review we said:

“…there’s no denying that the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III is a very capable compact camera thanks to its improved resolving power, improved autofocus and built-in 5-axis image stabilization improved.”

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Wildlife Lover: M.Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f2.8 PRO

In our review we said:

“…the M.Zuiko 40-150mm f2.8 PRO focuses like a speed demon. It’s super fast and when combined with proper grip techniques and the built-in IS, the lens will give you blur-free and wonderful images.

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The dog-obsessed (or cat-obsessed) dad: M.Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f4 PRO

In our review we said:

“OM SYSTEM indicates that this lens uses the same fundamental structure as the M.Zuiko 40-150mm f2.8 PRO, with 15 elements in nine groups, a narrower opening and a lighter, more compact design. I found this lens to be very sharp with a good command of tackling aberrations and blemishes.

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The Traveller: M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-100mm f4 IS PRO

In our review we said:

“When I tested the M.Zuiko 12-100mm f4 IS PRO, I found it quite easy to use. I never accidentally moved the focus ring on manual focus and I never I’ve never accidentally turned on image stabilization. However, these are things that can happen. But given that I’ve been using this lens for several months, I haven’t found it problematic. Most people will probably use this lens in autofocus mode.And what is really nice is the precision of the focus when you photograph bees on a flower, for example.

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The Portraitist: M.Zuiko Digital ED 45mm f1.2 PRO

Olympus 45 1.2

In our review we said:

“Speaking of autofocus, the M.Zuiko 45mm f1.2 PRO is an excellent performer, able to track subjects accurately and get to critical focus quickly. This lens is definitely faster to focus. to the point that most APS-C and Full Frame f1.2 lenses are capable of.It not only has an advantage in size (smaller elements to move) but also in depth of field.

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The Candid Photographer: M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-40mm f2.8 PRO II

In our preview, we said:

“It’s small but mighty. If you’ve ever been a fan of Dwarfs in Warhammer, Gimli in The Lord of the Rings, or the surprisingly effective Dishwasher Cleaning Tablets, you’ll love it. Small can be awesome for sure.

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The Walking One: M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-45mm f4 PRO

In our review we said:

“The colors of this lens are really enhanced by the vivid color mode of the OM-D E-M1 Mark III. I found my favorite to deliver when shooting with natural color mode. But feel free to also use the artistic filters for even better things.

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The Passionate Photographer: M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm f4 PRO

In our review we said:

“Of course it’s an F4, but the M.Zuiko 8-25mm f4 PRO has a long minimum focus distance. This makes bokeh possible at 25mm f4 when shooting close up. The backgrounds were nice and soft when getting closer. The bokeh balls were soft and round…”

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The various product overview features are done internally. Our philosophy is simple: you wouldn’t get a Wagyu beef steak review from a lifelong vegetarian. And you wouldn’t get photography advice from someone who doesn’t touch the product. We only recommend equipment that we have fully reviewed. If you’re wondering why your favorite product didn’t make the cut, it might be on another list. If we haven’t reviewed it, we won’t recommend it. This method keeps our lists filled with cutting-edge knowledge. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you purchase something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

This piece is presented in partnership with OM SYSTEM. We have already independently and ethically reviewed all of the products in this article without sponsorship. And we’ve worked with them to recommend a few key gems for you.



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