A small photostudio (High Art Wedding Photography Company) is on wheels and ready to arrive anywhere in the world to shoot wedding pictures for the client. A very good business approach, indeed. Officially the studio is in New York. What made me like this? When you look at any wedding photos, you see the same boring shots and angles. Of course, this is more of an organizational question, but a lot depends on the photographer, as well. These photos are from a wedding of a young couple in the beach of Mexico.
Rather simple pictures, partly showing the life of African people in the present. The photos were taken in the small village of Ghana, and they belong to a German photographer Jonas Feige. Ghana is a Western-African country. The author didn’t say why he chose to take pictures of Ghana and these people. But the attraction of a European to Africa is easy to explain – it seems like a totally different world and different people. And the girl is beautiful.
People Factor is a series of graphics started by Eno Henze in 2006. The essence of the series was to convey the idea that computer graphics is becoming something more than conveying the thoughts and moods of the artist. This is a cooperation between man and machine of some kind. Everybody brings something of their own into it. Here are very beautiful abstractions. But it looks kind of scary on the prints.
The author is 18-year-old Marty Bell. Not too bad for a novice (as he said himself). It’s evidently not easy to make photos on wild parties and catch the faces of people having fun. By the way, Marty does a great job. He conveys the atmosphere and with a minimum of drunk faces. Although all people are so funny when they’re dancing. Here are the pictures from the SWITCH party in SNAFU club.