Chatting photographically with Antonio M. Rosario
Salgado, light painting, and photography what better way to spend an hour!
Chatting Photographically with Antonio M. Rosario
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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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