How My Photography is Inspired by Great Paintings

The kind of photography I do begins as a moment of theft. Finding the scene, finding your angle, and stealing the moment for yourself. Some photographers are creators. They build a scene, a still life, or arrange their models and angle their lights and create an image from nothing. Im not one of those photographers. […]

how photography inspired great paintings

2016-12-9 00:47

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On How Photography Taught Me to Cherish Moments

I'm an amateur photo-hobbyist living in Tokyo, Japan. I picked up photography around 3 years ago, thinking I could jump into a new realm of world that I've never understood before. Prior to picking up a camera, I was a normal college undergrad who puts studying first before most of my hobbies; however, photography taught me that I should cherish the people and the moments around me and try to remember them especially as a foreigner living in a wonderful place like Japan. thephoblographer.com

2017-10-09 13:00

How Stop-Motion Photography Has Evolved Since 1900

Stop-motion photography has come a long way since the early 1900s, but it still involves creating an animation one frame at a time by introducing slight changes and movements between still photos. To see how far we’ve come with the technique, check out this 3-minute video, titled “The Evolution of Stop-Motion.” Aspiring UK-based filmmaker Vugar […] petapixel.com

2016-08-31 23:00