Thursday, 10 April 2014

[week 14 ] Martin Amis

Martin Amis

so far after research on Martin's photo. i love this picture alot. i just gave me a very free and easy feeling. like throw me back to the olden days where theres no stress on me during secondary school, all i need to do is play football and basketball. the back ground is nicely shoot. and he is very good at choosing places .

to me. this picture dont really works well. i think that is just a normal room in most of our house. nothing special is taken in this picture. if i will to put this picture and show to anyone. i guess none of the people will say that this picture is special.

the power of nature. some times it really does not do too much things to create a very nice picture. all we need is to observe more, and choose a right angle to shoot it. well done .

is this a candid shoot? if is . amazing emotion capture by martin. i love how he position the people behind. is like a arrow shape. should try this next time .

Saturday, 5 April 2014

[week 13 ] Adam Von Mack

Adam Von Mack

first of all. i think that this photographers nice is unique. i just cant forget this nice name after all.
she is a german fashion designer and photographer base in hong kong and europe.

this is so attractive. the way she took the model is so standardize but nice. every picture she took can really express the sexy of the model.

the way she position her model is totally perfect. she really did full use of their beauty in photo.the lighting too plays a very big role in her photography.

she often take photos for advertisement or promoting brands. every cloth she chose is also important to fit in the model. this black and white photo i dont think is really effective although she wanted to protrait the loneliness of the girl? but she is so sexy how to be lonely you tell me. HAHA

well taken . can totally sees the beauty in the model. also the cloth is really capturing the audience attention. full use of key light to enhance the effect.

this looks abit weird to me. the emotion that is portrait out by the model just doesnt seems right.
and plus the effect she put in. just dont make me look at the picture any longer.

Thursday, 3 April 2014

[week 12 ] Alex Prager

Alex Prager

Alex prager is a film maker and photographer, who’s work has a strong cinematic quality to her work. Hailed as the next Hitchcock with a style leaning back to the beautiful 50s and 60s; dramatic scenes shot in an intense and artistic way.

Both Stan Douglas and Alex Prager make elaborately staged photographs that look like film stills. They both use photography to create oblique fictional narratives that baffle and intrigue. It's left to the viewer to figure out the bigger picture from the various references – cinematic and literary as well as photographic – embedded in the images.

Photographer Alex Prager is known for her cinematic intensity, combining the best elements of film noir, 70's retro fashion, pulp fiction and modern-day celebrity icons. Her past works have riffed off of films like Hitchcock's 'The Birds,' Godard's 'Week-end' and Michael Powell's 'The Red Shoes,' creating visual candy, which combine LA today and film past, future, forgotten and imaginary.

Her newest collection of film shorts for the New York Times features 2011's biggest film stars as nefarious film icons, from Brad Pitt channeling David Lynch's 'Eraserhead' to Rooney Mara of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' revamping 'A Clockwork Orange.' The collection will have you dizzy and drooling in seconds, guaranteed, whether by the drama of the film or the beauty of the celeb selection. Go on, take a bite.

She is one of those telented girl that knows how to set up scene to capture image .