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  • Shallow vs Deep DOF: Storytelling in Photography
    #503 Welcome back everyone, thanks for joining in today! I appreciate all of the amazing support! We’re going to be looking at depth of field and how your f/stop can help or hinder your storytelling. This article is great for beginners or professionals because it’s widely being taught that bokeh is a necessity, rather than […]

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The Simplistic Lighting of Stanley Kubrick

#489 Much love for all of the continued support everyone, welcome back! Today we are going to be taking a look at the lighting used by my all-time favorite director, Stanley Kubrick (see Day 260, #426). He was always a huge inspiration for me in the beginning, when I was learning photography and videography. But...

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Stanley Kubrick’s Best Photographs

#426 Hey everyone, welcome back and huge thanks for all of the support! Today we are going to cover one of my all time favorite directors, Stanley Kubrick. Did you know that he started as a very talented photographer before he directed his first movie? Let’s take a look at some of his best photos and...

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Under the Skin – Artistic Cinema Analyzed

354/365 Today we have an awesome look at a very artistic movie that came out recently. The movie is “Under the Skin” directed by Jonathan Glazer. He’s done a couple movies prior to this one, but none as artistic. In fact, he’s created something Stanley Kubrick and David Lynch would be proud of! Let’s take a...

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Art and Pandering to the Masses

PANDERING TO THE MASSES A while back I read THIS article by Seth Godin and it made me think about things. He always creates analogies that inspire and resonate, so I figured I would share it with you and see if it had the same effect. It’s about plankton, whales, and pandering for the attention
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Chiaroscuro – Dramatic Lighting in Painting, Photography, and Cinema

31/365 A form of art that emphasizes the Greatest Area of Contrast (GAC) is Chiaroscuro, a word I still can’t pronounce correctly to this day. It has a few meanings, but what I’ll be covering is how it describes strong contrasts of light and dark in a composition, whether it be a painting, photograph, or...

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