Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Talking Pictures – Talking Pictures, Episode 02 – Andy Goldsworthy

 

Vivien Hamilton meets sculptor Andy Goldsworthy to view and discuss his site specific work.

 

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Iceland

from Ugmonk

“Iceland is magical! There’s no other way to describe it.

My wife and I recently took a trip to Iceland and explored some incredible spots along the southern coast and around Reykjavik.

I put together a little video to recap some of our trip, but nothing compares to experiencing it in person.”

Shot on my Olympus EM-10 and 12-40 f2.8 lens. (A couple shots on iPhone 5s)
Song: “Stay Alive” – José Gonzalez

(I’ll be posting photos from our trip on my blog soon: ugmonk.com/blog)

via http://stellar.io/interesting/

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Sarah Kay-Poetess/Storyteller

Spoken-word poet Sarah Kay was stunned to find she couldn’t be a princess, ballerina and astronaut all in one lifetime.

In this talk, she delivers two powerful poems that show us how we can live other lives.

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Through the Ground Glass

A vignette about a large format photographer.
Photographer: Joseph Allen Freeman

joefreemanjunior.com

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Like Knows Like – Amanda Jasnowski

When she was 20 years old, photographer Amanda Jasnowski followed her heart. She left her family home in Ohio and moved to New York. Known as @hokaytokay on Instagram she shares her stories about work, love and living in New York.

instagram.com/hokaytokay
amandajas.com
amandajas.tumblr.com

Made for the ongoing Like Knows Like documentary project, founded by filmmaker basberkhout.nl and photographer marijekuiper.nl
See more likeknowslike.com

via Stellar Interesting

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Photographer Puts Two Strangers Together For Intimate Photographs

“Photographer Richard Renaldi takes random people he meets on the street of New York City and asks them to pose in pictures together as if they were family members, friends or lovers.

The subjects are only asked to look like they are showing a brief amount of affection, but the facial expressions and body language within the photos make it seem like these strangers not only know each other, but also share some sort of genuine bond.”

– Via Elite Daily News
http://elitedaily.com/

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Chasing Ice

This is beautiful.

One man.

One dream.

One IMPOSSIBLE dream.

A team of people has been working to make his dream come true.

See their websites Chasing Ice and Extreme Ice Survey.

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Sarah Lee Bio (Underwater Photographer)

 

From Kona on the Big Island of Hawai’i, Sarah Lee is incessantly glued to camera viewfinders, DaFiNs, and the sea.

Her passion for photography, particularly underwater and surf photography was shaped by a childhood where she was constantly playing in and around the ocean.

As a long-distance swimmer and surfer, her strength as an athlete in the ocean and tide allows her to capture swimmers and surfers in the special way she does beneath the sea.

“My aim in making photos is to capture and accentuate the beauty in what surrounds me.

Photography to me is a mode of visual problem solving and a way to perpetuate the stoke, whether it be above the surface or below.”

Lately, Sarah has been involved in shooting photo and video content for Alison’s Adventures.

Go check it all out on www.alisonsadventures.com.

 

Via www.vivantvie.com/

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Everybody Street Trailer

“Photography is the only tool that can stop time”

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