Linktips and reading recommendations about a Portrait Session with an inspiring twist, how to het viral in the internet, Architecture, Alfred Stieglitz, Sound Architecture and all the great photographers lost in 2016.
6 Pro-Photographers, 1 Man, 6 Perspectives and a Portrait Session with a twist
Canon Australia told the photographers that the “model” is a: Self Made Millionaire, Life Saver, Ex Inmate, Professional Fisherman, Psychic and a Former Alcoholic. That´s the simple story behind, what the photographs only knews. The interesting aspect is that 6 Photographers creating 6 completely different portraits.
Dear Architects: Sound Matters
The NewYork Times created an interesting and really well made documentation about Sound Architecture in cities. If you scroll over the images you can stop and hear the sound and you can click and hold the image and compare sounds.
“Sound and form go together. We presume it’s a truism that a large, airy space provides us with more aural room than a small one. But imagine yourself having a private conversation in a crowded elevator where a half-dozen other people are talking as well. Now picture yourself having that same conversation with only a single other person in the elevator.”
Perfect with article from the NewYork Times: The Symmetry of Architecture (Flickr-Blog)
Because the symmetry and beauty of architecture is all around us.
Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946) and American Photography
Born in Hoboken, New Jersey, in 1864, and schooled as an engineer in Germany, Stieglitz returned to New York in 1890 determined to prove that photography was a medium as capable of artistic expression as painting or sculpture..
In Memoriam: Remembering the Photographers We Lost in 2015
TIME LightBox pauses to remember the great photographers lost in 2015.
How I made the Manchester New Year’s Eve photo go viral
One may say the Internet has already the photo of the year. It’s already been billed as the image of 2016 in some quarters. It’s been called art and hailed for its beautiful composition. Others have singled out how it depicts 21st century Britain. And the photograph tried to find an answer on the question: So what happens when you unexpectedly go viral?
(Und dazu die Süddeutsche Zeitung über Malerisches Delirium (SZ-Link)