[ad_1] Those who think 3D imaging is a post-digital innovation should think again, say Denis Pellerin and Brian May, authors of A New History of Stereoscopic Photography. The problem with stereoscopic photography is that it’s just not taken seriously enough. This is the view of two of the world’s leadingRead More →

[ad_1] Awantipora, December 11: To continue its efforts to instill practical knowledge in students and promote a skill-based teaching-learning mechanism, the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (DJMC) of the Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) has Hosted a one-day Photography Workshop on Monday with Showkat Nanda, an award-winningRead More →

[ad_1] Recently, Australia has seen some of its vital photographic infrastructure collapse: the Australian Center for Photography (ACP) announced its hibernation in December 2020 and the iconic Michaels camera store in Melbourne closed after a century. activity. The Australian Institute of Professional Photographers (AIPP) has bid farewell after 75 yearsRead More →

[ad_1] A Harrogate charity organized an exhibition to showcase the artistic talents of its learners with disabilities. The event, held at Disability Action Yorkshire’s Hornbeam Park training center, saw 14 students display artwork and photographs based on the theme of heraldry and quiet places. Harriet Walker, deputy director of trainingRead More →

[ad_1] Peter Bunnell, professor emeritus of the history of photography and modern art David Hunter McAlpin and professor of art and archeology emeritus, died at his home in Princeton on September 20 after a long illness. He was 83 years old. Judy Dater (American, born 1941), Peter Bunnell, 1977. GelatinRead More →

[ad_1] MANILA — Since 1816, photography has become a standard visual communication method—whether it’s a personal hobby, a form of documentation, used for education, entertainment, or journalism, millions have poured their heart, soul, and vision into taking that perfect snapshot. And yet, this question still stands among fine art circles. Read More →

[ad_1] 5 phone photography tips for beginners. PHOTO: Unsplash Phone photography is an art. It takes more than a camera or phone lens to produce great photographs. With the tips listed below, you are on your way to becoming a professional photographer with your smartphone. Use grid lines Activate gridlines.Read More →

[ad_1] Much like thousands of parents with children, Kerry Goodall has packed her camera to capture memories of her child’s events. But, unlike many other parents, this leisure activity turned into a full-time profession. Goodall, a retired teacher from Meridian Public School, has just opened Studio 154 at 67 E.Read More →

[ad_1] Professor Ken Bronowski poses with student photographers in front of the Louvre museum. (left to right): Lyndsey Cunningham, Stephanie Hamilton, Breanna Propes, Ken Bronowski, Kelly Flatt, Bridget Protsman, Erica McDermott and Jessica Rooth Students look at the Louvre Pyramid. Cain Buchmeier, Times correspondent For the second year in aRead More →