How I Drastically Improved My Photography with Just Two Little Decisions
Honest black and white street photography reveals the eccentric and extraordinary side of London
“With every drop of water you drink, every breath you take, you’re connected to the sea. No matter where on Earth you live. Most of the oxygen in the atmosphere is generated by the sea.” Sylvia Earle
“But when I played Woodstock, I’ll never forget that moment looking out over the hundreds of thousands of people, the sea of humanity, seeing all those people united in such a unique way. It just touched me in a way that I’ll never forget.” Edgar Winter
(Photos taken on 2/21/2015 around 6pm.)
Incredible views from photographer Randy Scott Slavin.
Paulette L Motzko
As seen by photographer Randy Scott Slavin: In his work called “Alternate Perspectives” NYC becomes an unknown city of nowhere, only its landmarks are recognizable.
“In my music videos, I’ve continually tried to take concepts to the next level, to push the ideas to be more engaging, moving and stimulating—and I approach photography with the same philosophy. When I began shooting landscapes, I was compelled to push the perspective.”
Utilizing panoramic photography in his very own way, he is able to convey the sense of place without binding it to a specific geographic location or to a known site. In his pictures there’s a sort of overflow which hints at NYC and, looking closely, Times Square and the Empire State Building are obviously there.
However, these are not pictures of Times Square or the Empire State Building; or of New York, for that matter.
They are a surrealist collage of colors, textures and…
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From 333 Girl Portraits comes this striking image. Great photos speak volumes with no words like this one.
Paulette L Motzko
A little publicity today, for myself. I recently started this project/website, taking some of my photos, and transforming them into paintings, using mainly Adobe Lightroom, and several plug-ins. Want to see more? It’s right here!
BTW, this the W hotel, facing the Desigual HQ.