Photography as a salve for loneliness | Ryan Pfluger | TEDxPasadena

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Mile Živković In case there’s any confusion, that’s me up there. (Laughter) Enjoying the spotlight or commanding attention does not come naturally to me. Blending into the background, analyzing and observing a situation, is where I find the most comfort, or, as I’ll get to later on in this talk, when Read more…

I Hired 10 People On Fiverr to Design Random Absurd Products!

Design a hammock that also functions as fashion. Look at that front view side view hammock look What’s going on guys. welcome to dope or nope, the channel which we rate products and Anything else we can find a dope or a nope? And you know what today we’re doing something a little unique This Read more…

Basically I’m Gay

(sighs) – Hello Internet. (inhales deeply) (dramatic suspenseful music) – Sex! Secrecy! And a whole lot of internal screaming. Starring Daniel Howell. One of the greatest mysteries of our generation. What is Dan’s sexuality? Spoiler alert. I’m not straight. Sex, the foundation of life and the only thing we’re really supposed to do. Everyone’s obsessed Read more…

On Photography, at Studio Viennoise عن التصوير بستوديو فينواز

We implemented this project through the Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage It started three years ago And I personally began collecting material for it about two years ago We are generally interested in photography There are different types you know like photojournalism, documentary or studio photography And even in studio photography, you Read more…

Photography Tips : How to Use Umbrella Lights in Photography

I’m going to talk about how an umbrella light is used in photography. Now an umbrella is exactly like it sounds. It is an umbrella that opens up, comes out like a parachute and the way I use it most often is in the studio whereas I take my umbrella, there is a strobe unit Read more…

Photography Tips : Capturing Motion in Photography

This is Anthony Maddaloni and we are going to talk about motion in photography, capturing motion in photography. Now, when you’re taking pictures, most of the time you’re just aiming your lens and you’re photographing. But to lend, you know, more interesting items to your subject matter, you might want to capture something moving very Read more…

Live in the D: Kid photography classes

>>Jason: SCHOOL HAS STARTED. A CLASS A LOT OF KIDS WON’T GET TO TRY IS ART.>>Kim: IT’S OFTEN ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK, SO ONE ORGANIZATION IS IN THE D AND THEY’RE TRYING TO FILL THAT VOID.>>Jason: THEY’RE INTRODUCING KIDS TO PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE PROGRAM IS FREE. ♪♪>>AFTER GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL, I WENT UP TO STUDY Read more…

Sarah Meister | Seeing Through Photographs

People are so accustomed to making a direct parallel between a photograph’s subject and its meaning. The thing that it depicts is rarely the same scale, the same dimensionality, the same color as the photograph itself, and it’s in those differences that a real tension and interest lies. Since photography was invented, one of the Read more…

Why people believe they can’t draw – and how to prove they can | Graham Shaw | TEDxHull

Translator: Tijana Mihajlović Reviewer: Mile Živković Hi. I’ve got a question for you: how many people here would say they can draw? (Laughter) I think we’ve got about one or two percent of the hands going up, and it’s interesting, isn’t it? It’s a little bit like people think of spelling or singing. They think,”You Read more…