This presentation, “Bridging the Gap: Classical Art Designed for Photographers,” is a talk by Adam Marelli that is designed to link composition techniques from the classical art of painting to the world of photography.
A creative photographer has combined his love of break dancing and passion for Buddhist culture and snapped some incredibly unique images of dancers with additional limbs.
Brooklyn-based Johnny Tang, who has taken photographs of some of the best street dancers in America since 2011, decided his images could be more engaging and looked to ‘free the limitations of the body’.
“There are some beautiful people out there that have left the world better off. I’m glad I could share some of them over Black History Month, one portrait at a time,” says Mel Waters when talking about his piece-a-day project in San Francisco’s Mission District in February. Funded from his own pocket, the 34-year-old artist devised the project for himself and executed it on city walls (and one delivery truck) to pay tribute to famous African Americans during Black History Month.
A lot of entries look like an attempt to re-interpret Master Hair Dresser Nicholas French. Yet none have his precision or attention to detail. My favorite category this year is definitely Hair Color and the entries of Jake Thompson.