Posts Tagged ‘British’

Animated E-cards

December 17, 2009

English Artist Jacquie Lawson always has 

enchanting animated e-cards to choose from

for the holiday season.

Check out all of the latest here: 

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Quote of the Day

October 27, 2009

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Each photograph is only a small,

flat series of tones from black to

white. Its depth is an illusion, its

animation symbolic. Yet it has this

mysterious richness transcending

all its limitations so that our

impressions of major and complex

events may be permanently

fashioned by a single news

photograph.

 

Harold Evans

(1928 –    )

British-born Journalist & Writer

Photographer David Ward

October 16, 2009

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David Ward:


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Quote of the Day

October 16, 2009

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A great photograph

is a distillation,

a reduction of the chaos

of our wider experience

to a visually satisfying

essence where what

is excluded is as important

as what is included.

 


David Ward

British Landscape Photographer

Photographer Edmond Terakopian

October 9, 2009

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blog of today’s Quote of the Day Photographer,

Edmond Terakopian:

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Quote of the Day

October 9, 2009

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Like it or not, a photograph is an art form, regardless of subject or style. One of the reasons I can make this generalisation is that as with anything artistic, its not a definitive thing; it means different things to different viewers and is totally subjective. To one viewer it may be crap, to another it may be superb. Just like music, sculpture, painting, the written word or film, it stirs up a different feeling and thought within anyone who looks at a picture. Its not finite like a mathematical formula but totally infinite in its communication.


Edmond Terakopian

British Freelance Press Photographer

Photographer David Bailey

September 20, 2009

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Click on the following link to view some of the work

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David Bailey:

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Quote of the Day

September 20, 2009

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The first half of the 20th

century belongs to Picasso

and the second half is

about photography. They

said digital would kill

photography because

everyone can do it but

they said that about

the box brownie in

1885 when it came out.

 

It makes photography interesting because everyone thinks they

can take a picture.

 

David Bailey

(1938 —    )

English Photographer

Photographer Gilbert Adams

September 9, 2009

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Gilbert Adams:

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Quote of the Day

September 9, 2009

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Art and picture making with

a camera are fundamentally

the same, requiring such

essential qualities as good

taste, beauty of line, and

perfect juxtaposition of tone,

together with atmosphere

that stirs the emotion…

With vision and imagination

in the mind of the operator,

the most exquisite results

can be obtained with detail that no other medium can record

with such precision.

 

Gilbert Adams

(1906 – 1996)

British Photographer