Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category
In light of this Fong-Torres doc I’m working on, I’ve come across some amazing classic rockumentaries. I think It Might Get Loud is a new must-see rockumentary, and I’ve yet to see it (but plan on it). Different approach, a modern cinematic style, and new concept, it should be fascinating for many audiences.
Barrels, waves, tubes, whatever you call it, they both frighten and amaze me.
Check out more photos from Clark Little here.
Shakira and her background Korean drummers:
Below, my mother, around 6 or 7 years old:
I can never become a member of the Maldives Cabinet . . . at least for the reason that they held an underwater cabinet meeting.
“Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed signs the decree of the underwater cabinet meeting off Girifushi Island.”
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That beautiful photo above is of Ryan May and Betsy Berger, following the wedding of the young couple that took place in Canada. Ryan, by the way, works for Lifeyo.com. Betsy is a college graduate who now spends her time with her new husband in Orange County while also working on the Ben Fong-Torres documentary.
I had to not only share this photo on my blog (talk about capturing a moment!), but also wanted to share Betsy’s new blog (made with Lifeyo), RazorBlonde!
Check out RazorBlonde.com, all about fashion with an edge!
No computer enhancement or visual effects: Light Art Performance Photography uses a steady tripod-edcamera, long exposures (some over an hour), and various light sources to capture these amazing light paintings. It isn’t a new concept, of course. Film, after all, is really a light painting. But Jan Wöllert and Jörg Miedza of Bremen, Germany, took the painting with light with slow shutter speeds to a whole new level.
See more photos and read about it here.