The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is considered one of the leading international photographic portrait competitions. You are invited to enter your work for the competition!
Articles with tag 'Portrait'
A snapshot. Popularly defined as a photograph that is shot spontaneously and quickly without any specific intent. A phenomenon, which started in 1888 when George Eastman introduced the first handy Kodak camera.
Henri Evenepoel (Belgium, 1872 – 1899) was known for his ability to capture spontaneity in his paintings and later in his photographs as well.
The annual BP Portrait Award is the most prestigious portrait competition in the world. Over the years it has proven to be a major stepping stone for the careers of many portrait photographers we see today.
GUP presents Lucy Besson, a Russian artist based in The Netherlands. We hereby introduce her experimental video.
In honor of Inside Out - the documentary about Anton Corbijn which is being released on March 22nd at the Berlin Film Festival- the makers of the documentary are organizing a competition in collaboration with photography magazine DIGIFOTO Pro
A snapshot. Popularly defined as a photograph that is shot spontaneously and quickly without any specific intent. A phenomenon, which started in 1888 when George Eastman introduced the first handy Kodak camera. The camera was warmly welcomed by 7 artists, collectively known as the Nabis group, who believed that every work of art was a transposition, a caricature and the impassioned equivalent of a sensation experienced. This was reflected in the composition of their canvas; figures looming in the foreground radically foreshortened in the background and cropped unexpectedly with skilled light and dark manipulation. Something like the content of a photograph.
At the end of the 19th century, the enthusiastic users of the earliest amateur cameras included many artists. What role did photography play in their lives and how did it influence their work? We will go in to this, however visual answers to those questions are on view at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam during the exhibition Snapshots from October 14, 2011 to January 8, 2012.
The Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize, which will be exhibiting from November 10th 2011 until February 2012 at the National Portrait Gallery London, showcases the work of some of the most talented emerging photographers, as well as existing professional, photography students and talented amateurs.
The road must be straight, lined with trees at regular intervals. A country road, which immediately reminds me of France. But it might be an entirely different place altogether, one cannot tell. The photographer must have stood on that road, with his camera aimed at the vanishing point. Although it is the middle of the day, the road disappears into pitch-black darkness. The camera must have been very unsteady,causing the tree trunks to be out of focus and vague, with tree-tops flaring out wildly and no longer resembling branches or foliage in anyway. Instead, they more resemble thick smoke creeping along the ceiling. This makes the image shimmer and roar, like a hellish fire burning.