Chatting photographically with Antonio M. Rosario
Salgado, light painting, and photography what better way to spend an hour!
Chatting Photographically with Antonio M. Rosario
About This Episide
In this episode I’m joined with Antonio M. Rosario, and we chat about photobooks, especially Salgado “Genesis”. I was able to borrow it from a local library, and the experience was beyond spectacular. You can get it for yourself here: https://www.amazon.com/Sebasti%C3%A3o-Salgado-GENESIS-Lelia-Wanick/dp/3836538725/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1548473100&sr=8-1&keywords=salgado
Another thing I found is the 16 frameable prints which are images from the book:
Light Paitin and a photographer that was kicked out of 500px, because his images weren’t photographic enough. https://petapixel.com/2019/01/22/500px-nukes-photographer-for-photos-not-being-photographic-enough/
Tim Gamble is a Manchester, UK-based photographer who uses light-painting techniques to create surreal and abstract artworks. His photos are almost entirely created in-camera, so imagine Gamble’s surprise when 500px unexpectedly deleted his account for “posting non-photographic content.”
This sparked out discussion about light painting and how much fun it is to try different techniques in photography.
Talk to you next week!
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