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Guy Tal Quote About Landscape Photography #1

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Grand Tetons River and Waterfall

Grand Tetons River and Waterfall by Gina Genis

 

The beautiful scenery is there, but it cares not for pleasing composition or the quality of light at any moment in time. This is where the artist comes in, arranging in a frame the scattered elements into a story, anticipating and chasing the light, bringing it all together to create an evocative image capable of communicating the visual experience and impressing the grandeur of a fleeting moment on viewers for generations to come.

- Guy Tal contemporary photographer

Guy Tal, photographer

Guy Tal, photographer

 

 

Happy New Year Photos From Around The World 2014

New Year 2014 Times SquareHappy New Year to my friends and followers. I thought you would like to see these exciting photos from the celebrations around the world. I hope 2014 will inspire you to new heights in your personal and professional lives.

 

Happy New Year To You 2014

Gina Genis Photo of a Blue Martini

Gina Genis Photo of a Blue Martini

Wishing you a New Year filled with adventure, discovery, success, and joy. A fresh start is here. Enjoy, my friends.

David Hockney Quote #1

David Hockney collage photograph

David Hockney collage photograph

All religions are about social control. The church, when it had social control, commissioned paintings, which were made using lenses and when it stopped commissioning images, its power declined, slowly. Social control today is in the media—and based on photography. The continuum is the mirrors and lenses.

David Hockney, Artist, b. 1937, Bradford, England, currently living in Los Angeles.

“Family Of Man” – Historic Photograph Exhibit Returns

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The Family of Man, a historic photographic show that was first exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in 1955, has returned to life at a castle in Luxembourg.

Edward Steichen curated The Family Of Man with 503 photographs from all over the world. After the Museum of Modern Art show, the exhibit went on to travel around the world. It has been seen by more than 10 million people and is considered the most successful photographic show of all time.

To read more about new The Family Of Man show and see some images, click here.

 

Bert Stern, Iconic Photographer Dies

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Bert Stern image of Marilyn Monroe

Bert Stern image of Marilyn Monroe

Photographer Bert Stern, famous the world over for his images of celebrities and commercial work, died on June 25, 2013, at the age of 83. He captured Marilyn Monroe only six weeks before she died in what is now called The Last Sitting. Stern photographed Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Brigitte Bardot, and Marlon Brando, among others.

Bert Stern image of Brigitte Bardot

Bert Stern image of Brigitte Bardot

Bert Stern image of Drew Barrymore

Bert Stern image of Drew Barrymore

 

Photographs And Paintings Used To Launder Money

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The New York Times reports detailed information about how art work is used for laundering money. It’s not just drug cartels. Greedy CEO’s are able to hide their millions through the vague business practices of the art world.

This activity has always been whispered about in art circles, but seems to be more prominent now. The art market has never been subject to the accountability of financial transactions as in other businesses. Auction houses and top galleries claim anonymity is necessary with transactions in the millions. Why? I can imagine clients want to keep their purchases quiet for security reasons, but anyone who can afford a Matisse can afford to keep their collections safe.

Read the NY Times article for the dirty truth.

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