Alexx has been leading the discussion about moving from stills to motion for quite a while it is exciting to listen to him talk and to show some incredible examples of what will become ‘normal’ in the future – stuff that seems pretty unusual and unique right now. Please watch this talk to see some of Alexx’s work. Much of what Alexx is doing is on the Red, but as he mentions in the lecture, the Canon HDSLRs (especially the Canon EOS 5D Mark II (reviews) that ignited the revolution) are enabling this new medium.
Photo professionals are already under pressure to offer motion to clients, but in the rush to provide motion, little is discussed about the type of content that will both serve the needs of the clients, and work with the strengths of the photographer.
Alexx discusses a new medium called “Living Art” which draws upon the strengths and disciplines of traditional print while exploring what motion has to offer.
This seminar will give you the tools to understand this new paradigm and how to apply your strengths as a photo professional. The start is a bit windy but stay with it, its another glimps of whats around the corner and I for one want to be part of it.
Did this book a little while ago for a good friend and just wanted to share it with you, maybe you would like to buy it as a present for someone.
I would like to say a very big happy birthday to Re-FoundObjects.com who have just celebrated their 7th birthday as well as world domination for the paper decorations market. You don’t find many people in this world, that put creative vision in front of milking every last penny out of very last pound and because of that their brochures are a credit to them ever since the 1st some nearly 8 years ago. Here are their last 2 in full and the covers of the other 5. If you are looking for a original present this Christmas pop along to the shop in Corbridge or their website, you will not be disappointed. re-foundobects.com well done lets REjoice….p.s if you do go in wish them and happy brithday from me to.
The West being the wilds of Cornwall which is the south west tip of the uk, a beautiful place weather the sun or rain, I say if you are in Cornwall and it rains, then go to a place with water and then rain just makes the sense of being there even more real, as the sun does on a beach. Anyway on my travels I came across the little tiger, some lovely friends, some great food and a few shoots in the bag to.
This little book slipped out quietly on the market a few months back, written by the perfect host Mr Yeoward and using quite a few of my images that were shot for perfect table, I hope it does well for him.
This is a publication that certainly give articles some space, this one gets 25 splendid pages, so a big thank you to Siobhan at Montague and maybe its has something to do with good interior design and photography.
Copyright © Ray Main 2013