Counter Foto, Photography Department is going to start Mentor Program 2nd Batch that will be conducted by Photographer Andrew Biraj.
Start Fro…m: 15th July, 2013.
Duration: 6 months.
Admission going on, If you want to join with this program just send your portfolio as early as possible, because this opportunity will get only 15 photographers (from Local and International).
About Andrew Biraj
Vincent Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait Turned Into a Photograph – by Tadao Cern
Van Gogh came live by Tadas Cern.
Such a remarkable work.
TTL Walk n Learn is back again for the photographers who are very new in photography or just bought a new DSLR. This is an initiative from TTL for learning and sharing the photography knowledge through photo walk. So if you want to learn the basic of photography from senior photographers of TTL, this is a very good opportunity for you.
Before posting your name in the thread, please read the rules carefully.
1. Every participants should have a DSLR.
2. There will be a group of 4 participants and 1 instructor.
3. All the participants are requsted to read the camera manual before participating which will be helpful for better understanding.
4. Each of the participants will share the best photographs taken by them in this thread.
5. TTLM will judge the photographs and a photographer will be awarded with title Walk n Learn Champion
Details of the Walk n Learn-5:
Date: 29th June Saturday
Time: 8am to 11 am
Meeting Place: Court Kachari Gate, Shakhari bazar
Registration Fee: 300 taka per person
No of Participants: 24
Name of the Instructors:
1. Saud A Faisal
2. Kamrul Hasan
3. Hameem Shakhawat
4. Shadow of Dark
5. Ahmed Sharif
6. Shudipto Das
Coordinator: Shudipto (01711507894)
# Registration fee could be paid in advance or in the venue.
# Post your full name, cell no in this Registration Thread only if you are confirm.
Stunning Portraits of Exotic Animals by Photographer Brad Wilson
Brad Wilson’s early education in the visual arts began at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he studied art history and studio art – mainly painting, sculpture, drawing, and architecture. From there he moved on to both the Maine and Santa Fe Photographic Workshops to focus exclusively on photography, before settling in New York City in 1992. In New York, Brad worked with a number of notable photographers and then began his own career in 1996 in the commercial and fine-art genres.
His work has been widely published around the world, appearing in numerous advertising campaigns, magazines, annual reports, music packages, and on over 400 book covers in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and South America.
His latest series of wild exotic animals is getting a lot of attention and rightly so. Enjoy!
Karsh is the greatest portrait photographer who has shot all most all famous persons from arena of politics , Science , sport to movie of his time. With his unique style of lighting at the time of non digital photography with some basic equipment has made him the Master photographer of light and shadow. I find the most interesting part of Karsh he captured the mood and characteristics of the person.
Couldn’t help to share some of his great works.
Saud A Faisal/ 18th June’13
Master Photographer : Yousuf Karsh
Source: Photo Blog
Yousuf Karsh, (1908 – 2002) was a Canadian photographer of Armenian heritage,[ and one of the most famous and accomplished portrait photographers of all time.
Karsh grew up in Turkish Armenia in a modest environment and in difficult political conditions. He immigrated to Canada in 1924 at the age of sixteen, where he lived with his uncle, a photographer in Sherbrooke, Quebec. He went to school there and worked for his uncle who in return trained him in photography. At his uncle’s recommendation, in 1928 he apprenticed in the Boston studio of photographer John Garo, who taught him to see his subject in terms of light, shadow, and form. These three elements would become key in Karsh’s practice. His entire career he favoured dramatic lighting in which light is the photographer’s favourite device. In 1932 he settled in Ottawa where he opened his photography studio. He became friends with certain Canadian politicians who allowed him to meet and photograph several political personalities of the time.
At age thirty-three he immortalized Sir Winston Churchill on film. This portrait is surely Karsh’s best-known photograph and the one most reproduced in history. The back lighting that shapes the face accentuates the famous politician’s expression while conferring upon him strength, power and intelligence.
Throughout his prolific career, Karsh published more than ten books combining photographs and personal annotations. In 1989, the National Gallery of Canada organized a large retrospective of his work. A two-time recipient of the Order of Canada for lifetime achievement, he is also the only Canadian to appear on the list of one hundred names in the International Who’s Who. His works are found in several collections throughout the world.
All Photos (c) Yousuf Karsh and National Gallery