“Stbp—Shallow focus”

Results of the second round of our project “See the bigger picture” are on hand. 11 people sent photographs dealing with the subject. Please click on the thumbnails to see the photographs bigger! The associated knowledge cards are mentioned too.!–more-->

“Shallow focus”

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Jayme drew the next card; the third assignment is:
“Covered subjects”
(Task card A39)
Results of the third assignment from October 1st here.

See here for the rules of the project.

“See the bigger picture—Forces acting”

Results of the first round of our project “See the bigger picture” are on hand. 10 people sent photographs dealing with the subject (one pauses). Please click on the thumbnails to see the photographs bigger! The associated knowledge cards are mentioned too.

“Forces acting”

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Wintergarden

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Today 50% off at Craft & Visions

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New magazine “Photograph”

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Craft & Vision launches a new quarterly photo magazine as ad-free PDF for 8 US$ only per issue or 24 US$ for the 1-year subscription (4 issues). The first issue has 132 pages, contents portfolios of three photographers and many articles being written with the understandng that this is not only a technical matter but an artistic one. Continue reading

You listen. And you play.

Subhash: «El escondite», 2012

«El escondite»

Trumpeter and band leader Miles Davis asked young percussionist Airto Moreira not to bash. Therefore Airto played very gently and carefully, but this was not meant. After the first set Miles specified:

You listen. And you play.

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