Long Exposure Street Photography

Photographer Visualizes Hearing Loss as Artistically Blurred Street Photography

Viewing his photos as paintings, Chilean photographer Eduardo Asenjo Matus has a unique technique for capturing the spirit of his environment. Using a neutral density filter, he employs long exposures to focus in on his primary subject, leaving the rest in an artistic blur. The former graphic design and architecture student started this series, The Sound of Silence, in 2015 as a way to reflect his own emotions.

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Long Exposure Street Photography
by Eduardo Asenjo Matus

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Art Photography Awards 2018

Pour les tout premiers LensCulture Art Photography Awards, nous voulons découvrir et mettre en lumière les différentes façons artistiques dont les photographes bousculent le medium et réinventent notre définition de l’Art tel qu’il est créé par la photographie. Les possibilités sont infinies ; nous nous sommes donnés pour mission de célébrer toutes les techniques, méthodes et approches stylistiques utilisées par les artistes du monde entier. Pour ce nouveau concours, nous avons le plaisir de nous associer à la Fondation Aperture et nous sommes ravis d’annoncer que les travaux sélectionnés des gagnants, des lauréats du Choix du Jury et des finalistes seront exposés à l’Aperture Gallery, de réputation mondiale, à New York au printemps prochain !

Que signifie la photographie d’art pour vous ? Pourquoi reste-t-elle importante et pertinente ? Comment peut-elle provoquer l’appréciation de la beauté ou une nouvelle façon de regarder le monde ? Nous sommes preneurs de tous types de photographie d’art, depuis l’Art imprimé sur les murs des galeries aux objets sculpturaux, en passant par les procédés expérimentaux, et les derniers formes et formats innovants. Nous comptons sur vous pour nous aider à définir ce que peut être en 2018 une photographie d’art qui suscite la réflexion !

Peter Steinhauer
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Peter Virag
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T-Travel Photography
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Robert Maleszyk
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Pilar Elespuru
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Jessica Sample
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L’Art n’est pas ce que vous voyez, mais ce que vous faites voir aux autres. — Edgar Degas

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Games of Light & Shadow in Architecture

As an architect/international bridge engineer, I have been fortunate enough to visit a lot of places not only in Tokyo, but also around the world for various large architectural and bridge structure projects, including my own engineering achievement. Firstly, I brought a camera just for taking shots such of the interesting scenery in foreign countries.

But gradually my mind has been changed. The reason why I’m interested in photography came initially from simply taking photographs of the bridges and buildings I’ve designed; however, recently I saw some wonderfully artistic, architectural photographs in several web galleries and international photograph magazines and have been passionately interested in such the category of fine-art photography by my own ever since. —Dr. Akira Takaue

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Games of Light & Shadow in Architecture
by Dr. Akira Takaue
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Tibet and its people

In our search for some of the best work by black & white aficionados, we came across this thoughtful documentary by Steve Hynes in which he looks at Tibet and its people – and how Buddhism plays a central role in their lives.

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Tibet and its people
by Steve Hynes
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Landscapes by Quan Photo

“I am an amateur photographer, most of my works are landscapes. I enjoy learning, discovering beautiful things & like to travel around the world.”

Stairway to Heaven
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Vertical Limit
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Rural Lifestyle in Vietnam
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A foggy Morning
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Magical Sunlight
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Golden Rice Fields
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Morning Daily
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Landscapes by Quan Photo
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National Exhibition Gallery

2017 National Exhibition Awards

New Zealand Dotterel – Glenda Rees – PSNZ Bronze Medal Natural History Prints
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Iron Sands – Jude Carter – PSNZ Bronze Medal Natural History Prints
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Blue Ice – Anne Tate APSNZ – PSNZ Silver Medal Natural History Prints
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King Penguins Cold Harbour South Georgia – Roger Wandless FPSNZ – PSNZ Silver Medal Natural History (Wildlife) Prints
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Permanence – Daniel Wong – PSNZ Bronze Medal Open Prints
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White faced heron pair – Barry J Harcourt MNZM, FPSNZ – Geoff Moon Nature Trophy and PSNZ Gold Medal Natural History Projected
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Innocent Eyes – Moira Fergus – Robinson Cup Champion Projected and PSNZ Gold Medal Open Projected
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2017 National Exhibition Awards
more at National Exhibition Gallery