Winnipeg dad Tyler Walsh spent hours putting together a lego stopmotion version of Justin Trudeau's speech to kids about the coronavirus.
The local London Drugs Amateur Photographer of the year contest had many categories. Check out this January link in the Surrey Now-Leader to see the winners and categories, and plan on submitting some this summer/fall for the 2020 contest.
"Revolution of our Times" is a photo exhibition containing images "tragic, and beautiful" of the Hong Kong protests which had the world's attention in the Fall of 2019. For months there were protests, shutdowns, marches, violence, chanting, infiltrations. And lots of video and photo journalism. Here is an article about the exhibition visiting Vancouver, and here is the link to the project.
A good question, and one I don't have a good answer to. Fortunately, there's a great answer here. Thanks to Charlie for working on this subject for his Capstone project, including interviews of professional photographers, and students of post-secondary photography programs. I learned a lot through it.
Video here. "Erik Johansson creates realistic photos of impossible scenes -- capturing ideas, not moments. In this witty how-to, the Photoshop wizard describes the principles he uses to make these fantastical scenarios come to life, while keeping them visually plausible."
Canadian photographer "Meryl McMaster carefully constructs her site-specific self-portraiture, from making the props, tripping the shutter, and editing the resulting photos." Read the article about her process and see more photos of her work, here.
Go to https://bit.ly/3byqT82 and vote for "Call for help" by Sands Secondary to help them win a video contest. It's on the theme of "Not all Injuries are Visible." Thanks
Umut Recber's Instagram profile here. He creates images using the kind of photoshop we've been doing lately - selections, layer masks, etc. and blending them really well. I think to create a really good image, you need to start with brainstorming an idea first. Then create it.
This front page is for miscellaneous Media Arts things I find interesting but don't relate specifically to course work. Select the top tabs for assignments, etc.
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