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The smartphones for the last 10 years have revolutionized the relationship to photography. We can now take, edit, and post our photos in a very simple way. Moreover, many photographers have revealed themselves with this new way of taking pictures.
On our side, some of our photos are taken on a reflex camera but the majority are shot with the iPhone 7+. You can find some examples above of pictures we took with our Iphone after editing.
Here are the main trends in terms of photos, launched by smartphones.
-Amateur photography: no need for specific knowledge or advanced equipment. With an iPhone, everyone can become a photographer.
-Communication through image, contextual images: a photo is sometimes worth more than a thousand words. The photos are part of our everyday lives and are no longer reserved for big events. Any moment of our lives can be captured and brought out in new ways.
-Image editing applications: the multitude of applications available to everyone to enhance photos are endless (editing apps such as VSCO, SNAPSEED). Each app differs and offers users many different options.
-The Selfies: the front camera on smartphones allowed the emergence of a new form of expression. We found this infography realized by Mobile 24. We came across this computer graphics created byMobile 24 which shows you how to take a perfect selfie. It gives you many tips for improvement and suggests several image editing applications.
To learn more about the the infography visit https://www.mobile24.fr/shop/guide-du-selfie-271417c1.html#guide-du-selfie
From Leonard de Vinci to Toutankhamon, here is an overview of the five Parisian exhibitions to be discovered imperatively in 2019.
According to the will of the artist Antoine Bourdelle, all his work is permanently exposed, in his ateliers where he lived and worked all his life. The Musée Bourdelle is divided into five parts, offering to its visitors a unique range of exhibition areas :
In addition to a large archive, this monographic museum holds some 15,000 photographs, 3,000 sculptures, 4,000 drawings and watercolors, 150 paintings and pastels. We can only invite you to discover this unique museum, located in the heart of the Montparnasse district, where young and old will be amazed by the art work but also the museum itself.
18, rue Antoine Bourdelle.
Tél : 01 49 54 73 73
The museum is open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm every day except on Monday and some holidays
The work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, one of the most important painters of the twentieth century, is presented to the Fondation Vuitton until 14 January 2019. The exhibition spans from 1980 to 1988, the entire career of the painter with 120 of his finest works. The chronological journey takes us into the New York of the 80s, in 12 large rooms all well presented.
Now's the time - Jean-Michel Basquiat
It is on the ante mortem decade (1980-1988) that the exhibition focuses: a time when Basquiat takes a liking for the aesthetic qualities of graphics, letters and signs. This is what will be remembered in his short career: paintings marked by a strong sense of sophistication and avant-garde.
A hundred of pieces are on display to discover his universe, such as the famous Heads series from 1981-1982 or his works made in collaboration with Andy Warhol.
At the same time, as this stuuning exhibition on Basquiat, the Louis Vuitton Foundation presents a retrospective of Egon Schiele, an artist from the 1910s.
Autoportrait au coqueret - Egon Schiele
FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON
8 Mahatma Gandhi Avenue
Jean-Michel Basquiat and Egon Schiele
From 03 October 2018 to 14 January 2019
Book your tickets here
Every year, the Grand Palais welcomes contemporary art in all its forms. The Art Paris Art Fair is fair dedicated to international contemporary creation and young talents.
Art Paris Art Fair celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2018.
From 5 to 8 April 2018, the great springtime event of the Paris Art Fair takes a look at the French scene for its twentieth anniversary, and thus puts Switzerland in the spotlight. Created in 1999, the generalist fair opens all forms of expression, including video and design.
The 2018 edition will play host to 142 galleries presenting more than 990 artists from 73 countries providing an overview of European art from the post-war years to the current day, while leaving room for the new horizons of international creation from Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.