Tag Archive for: photography
The new LACMA exhibition features 220 photographs from the Vernon collection, which the museum acquired in 2008.
As one of the better films on climate change, Chasing Ice offers a serious but positive take on the global warming crisis.
The outcome of the presidential election not only decides the new leader of the country, but also the course of events for the next four years. Each time a new president steps into office, they assume responsibility for decisions that could affect the country far beyond their term. By opening an American history textbook, citizens […]
The Getty Center’s L.A. art initiative, Pacific Standard Time, expands to Fisher Museum with its latest exhibition, Sight Specific.
Last week, I talked about framing and the rule of thirds. This week, we’ll take a closer look at composition, and in particular, depth of field. Depth of field is a term that is thrown around a lot in video and film. It may sound complex, but depth of field simply refers to the part of […]
Last week, I talked about a very current film and video trend—time lapse. This week, we’ll examine a technique that’s hundreds of years old. When shooting a video or a film, or even taking photography, a lot of technical advice is thrown around. Some good basics to start with are always shoot in the direction of […]