Includes images made by camera
The Queenscliff Art Prize - Part 1
The Queenscliff Art Prize is a unique outdoor art and photography exhibition where over two hundred works by Australian artists and photographers are exhibited along the historic Queenscliff Pier. Today we look at the Photography category. Image: Times News Group.
The Early Photography of Stanley Kubrick
Searching the internet I found some videos discussing the photography of Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) which devotees might like to watch. Each one goes for less than 2 minutes so watch one of the great masters of the film world who said: "If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed.”
Chris O'Brien captures more than an image
Chris O'Brien - New York photographer and AnArt4Life subscriber - has an amazing eye for capturing images most of which take us into challenging narratives behind the subject matter. Today we can enjoy some images of nature captured by Chris around the environs of New York.
Visions of India from the Monash Gallery of Art
Today a virtual tour from the Monash Gallery of Art (Melbourne) will take you to Visions of India: from the colonial to the contemporary. Photographs from the collection of "Museum of Art & Photography (MAP), Bengaluru", one of the most celebrated photographic collections in India.
Steve McCurry - The Beauty of Imperfection by Hannah Starman
The post today features an article by Hannah Starman where she interviews world famous photographer Steve McCurry whose iconic photograph of the Afghan girl with the piercing green eyes became the most recognised photographic portrait even taken.
Slightly Whimsical and Definitely Quirky with Suellen Saidee Cook
You will be amazed and entertained by the whimsical and quirky images being created by Tasmanian Suellen Saidee Cook. Come with me to admire "The Gatherer's Daughter" and "Hotel California" and links to where you can peruse more brilliantly crafted images.