Reflections can be seen as an interesting feature that can serve as an add-on element to give additional meaning and add drama to an image.Continue reading “Reflections, a world of surrealism”
We have seen the term “street photography” in the last few years thrown around like a basketball in various courts, used in all kind of photography scenarios, yet does the term actual represent the genre of photography we label as street photography?Continue reading “Should I say street photography or urban social documentary photography ?”
We have grown to love portraits, from Roman funeral portraits through the Renaissance and modern artistic movements in the 21st century.
And how wouldn’t we, they are exciting and captivating, They all had that ultimate common goal, to capture the expression, likeness and personality within a mood that they may convey.
When thinking about the color yellow, we immediately think Van Gogh or Gustav Klimt’s golden yellow.
Who else used yellow pigments in such a powerful and bold way? But how does yellow translate into photographic terms?Continue reading “Bold Yellow.”
So what is all the excitement about street photography anyway? We can not deny the fact that there is something nostalgic and special that we see in photographs from the 50’s and 60’s or a similar period that were taken in the streets. But why do these photographs have such an inspirational effect on us?Continue reading “The inspirational side of street photography”
Our society is changing at such a rapid pace like never before in human history. Technological advances have changed our lives in almost all areas, it has not only changed the way we view the world and how we interact with our world but is also changing our values and aesthetics along with it.
The question here is : will the emerging art forms and visual aesthetics evolve as a natural evolutionary process? Or will new aesthetics values be born out of a world that has changed so rapidly that the evolutionary process in visual arts is turned on its head?Continue reading “What lies ahead for aesthetics in photography and the visual arts in general?”
Issue No.2 Contents:
If Hermann Hesse was also a photographer.
Red, The love and hate relationship.
Reflections, a world of surrealism.
The magic of shadows.
Curiosity.Continue reading “Issue No.2”
The first issue of Moments articles includes:
- How Instagram has changed the way we experience the art of photography.
- Accidental Frames.
- A little bit of Rothko.