Apr 19

#1110. What Photography has over Video: Quick Wins

By pascaljappy | Opinion

To my eyes, filmmaking offers far more possibilities for deep storytelling than photography does, limited as it is by its single-frame relationship to time and essentially evocative levers. But there’s one aspect of photography that’s probably significantly more satisfying. Brief thought coming up.   Editing is what gives video its edge over photography. It allows […]

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Mar 30

#1103. Scenes of the Seine

By Dallas Thomas | Travel Photography

Going through the images I’ve taken this year it is interesting that they fall into 4 distinct categories: churches, street art, architecture and the River Seine. This is the first post of this series – Scenes of The Seine Paris is known globally as the City of Light, City of Love, and like other great […]

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Mar 22

#1101. NFTs: When Blockchain Meets Art

By pascaljappy | Opinion

Trust. A global lack of it has fueled a swell of technological ideas aimed at geting rid of the “untrustworthy middle-man”. Blockchain is the most famous and likely to have an impact on our lives and Bitcoin has been the poster child for a financial application of blockchain for the past decade. But what happens […]

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