Superlatives are hard to avoid when describing the work of Sebastião Salgado. Recently, one magazine hailed him as the ‘world’s greatest living photographer’ and while such statements are often thoughtlessly attributed to many lesser mortals, it is difficult to argue against such a claim for the Paris-based artist. Now 73, Salgado is renowned for the epic scale of his photographic projects, involving years of planning, travelling and editing, all with a painstaking devotion to create books as heavy as coffee tables and exhibitions that fill the world’s grandest museums.
“I like to photograph large…there is a lot of information inside my pictures. To have information I must give space and to give space I must give depth of field too.”
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I costumi più hot di stagione, tra intrecci e nuance naturali.
Isabel Scholten by Xavi Gordo for Glamour Italia
Effetto hand made
Capelli Marco Minunno @ WM-Management using Tecni.Art L’Oréal Professionnel. Trucco Roman Gasser @ WM-Management using Mac Cosmetics. Modella Isabel Scholten @ Monster. Ha collaborato Michelle Bennati. Produzione Floater Productions.
We’ve all seen landscape shots that just nail it – the perfect mix of light, composition and subject matter rolled into one. But how do you get it to all come together? New Zealand photographer Rach Stewart shares eight ways you can take better landscape images, now.
Think about your focal point; the rule of thirds is popular for a reason; have a foregroung; think about the time of day; understand colour; gear: using a tripod and filters to capture movement; know your histogram; the weather…
from “8 Tips for Better Landscapes”
Le catalogue Sigma est bien fourni en longs télézooms, mais le glissement vers les très longues focales (600mm) laisse une place pour un objectif plus raisonnable. En lançant le 100-400mm, Sigma comble ce vide.
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La compacité avant tout!
Sigma DG 100-400mm f/5-6,3 OS HSM Contemporary
Adriana Lima takes us back to the age of decadence in two part series by Vincent Peters for Harper’s Bazaar Spain, July 2017. Adriana explores the fire of the female spirit in, Nueva Era Vuelve la Super Mujer, the New Era of the Super Woman. The power of this piece rests in the poetry of the person, as Lima allows her body to become one with her surroundings. Strolling through this palace by the sea, she’s at once enchanted by the rising of the light. Peters presents this story in black/white allowing us to take in the majesty of the moment.
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Adriana Lima by Vincent Peters for Harper’s Bazaar España July 2017
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