YouTuber and certified camera tech aficionado, Dylan Bennett, has sure been on the lecturing spree as of late, bringing us illustrative and informative explanations of ISO sensitivity, depth of field, and today, the f-stop scale – depicting the technical side of something many of us know how to control in the grand scheme of composing and capturing an image, but fewer know what exactly is going on underneath the hood of our digital devices.
Snapshots of an Exiled People – Luo Changwei’s Poignant Documentation of Da Qin Island’s Displaced Lepers
Many people may be inclined to believe that the ancient disease of leprosy no longer exists due to the plethora of antibiotics and ways of prevention that have been discovered. The reality is, however, that leprosy is common worldwide, especially in tropical regions.
Leprosy, for those of you who are unfamiliar with the disease, is caused by a bacteria that produces light-colored skin lesions, muscle weakness, and numbers in the hands, arms, feet, and legs. The main symptom of the crippling disease, however, are the shocking skin patches that protrude and bubble out of the skin.
Photo-Graffiti: A Photographer’s New Twist on the Controversial Art Form, Making Boulder, Colorado His Personal Gallery
Boulder-based photographer and musician Andrew Kurcan has lived in numerous regions around the continental U.S., but no other state has inspired him quite artistically as Boulder, Colorado. We all know that big cities, like that of New York or Los Angeles, house innumerable works pertaining to the most controversial art form of graffiti all over the place. While it might not be as prevalent in Boulder as it is in New York or LA, it exists in his immediate environment and as a result, had a profound impact on him as an artist. In his project entitled Photo Graffiti/Boulder is My Gallery, Kurcan has put quite the twist on graffiti by applying the art form as a presentation of traditional photography all throughout his city.
If it wasn’t for Andrew Reid of EOSHD’s initial report, claiming the existence of a Sony FS700, the 4K-ready successor to the acclaimed FS100, one might have been inclined to believe Sony’s April 1st announcement that spread like wildfire over the inter-webs was a sad attempt to partake in the April Fool’s Day festivities… But alas, it’s not, and the existence and planned release of the FS700 is as real as it gets.