Bestselling Arts, Film & Photography in Spanish in 2020
Dunkerque (Spanish Edition)
Ism, Ism, Ism / Ismo, Ismo, Ismo: Experimental Cinema in Latin America
Rumfo A4 LED Light Box Ultra-thin Portable USB Power Cable LED Light Pad Tracing Board for Art Craft Drawing Stencil Sketching Animation
- Eye-protected design with double-sided, flicker-free and energy-saving LED under the Acrylic board, it produces lower heat, better brightness, and 85% luminousness better than glass, and provides with you a comfortable working experience to achieve the best outcome of your work.
- Simple Operation: The Light Pad doesn't need to install any software, you just need to insert the plug we enclosed, turn it on then you can start your creative work.
- USB powered: Comes with a USB cable, easily power the light box from any computer, power bank or USB Plug that connects into a wall outlet. There is no battery inside and it is not rechargeable.
- Ultra-thin and portable compact design with only 8mm / 0.3 inches in thickness, it is easy to carry around, and trouble-free in storage.
- Wide application: Perfect for tracing, drawing, precise animation, stenciling, tattoo transferring etc. Ideal for art students, artists, designers, photographers or anyone who enjoys drawing.
Susuha Cartoon Feathers Clipart A Child's Sleeve Shoulder Shirt 4 Toddler
- 100% Cotton.
- Cold Water Wash;Machine Washable.
- It Is Soft To The Touch On Kid's Skin.
- Comfortable Cotton.
- Normally Will Take 7-15 Business Days For Delivery.
selle ITALIA Adult SLR Nubuk Saddle, Brown
- Rail material --Ti 316 tube O7
- Cover -- nubuk leather
- ID match --S1
El Dragón Interview - Krisstian de Lara
¿por qué La Paz, es maravillosa? (Spanish Edition)
Grand Illusions: American Art and the First World War
- OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ACADEM
Ghostly Landscapes: Film, Photography, and the Aesthetics of Haunting in Contemporary Spanish Culture (Toronto Iberic)
3D Acrylic Wall Stickers,Tsmile Art Diy Decal for Home TV Walls Kitchen Bedroom Living Room Background Wall Decoration (Red)
Skullcandy Ink'd (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 11 millimeter drivers with neodymium magnets for full-range sound
- Two sizes of silicone gel earbud sleeves for a perfect fit
- 1.3-meter nylon braided cable with gold-plated 3.5mm plug
- In-ear design allows for passive noise isolation
- Frequency response: 20-20K Hz
- 11mm drivers with neodymium magnets for full-range sound
- Lifetime limited manufacturer's warranty
Maravillosas fotos de China (Fotos Libro nº 4) (Spanish Edition)
Horror for Sale
Blooming photographer returns to Maryland from Cali to discover her true potential in the field
Originally from Germantown, Maryland, she was raised on the horror film culture.
"Classics were my favorite," she explains while reminiscing about family gatherings where her parents exposed her to the best of the best of the genre. Anything by Vincent Price, Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein", and "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" by Robert Weine were some of her most cherished films. Moving pictures with chocolate syrup for fake blood seemed to mark her epicenter of joy. She also claims Edgar Allan Poe, Rammstein, and Tim Burton, as well and dark jazz, punk, and goth music as inspirational muses.
"Horror photo isn't a hard industry to get into; the hardest part is being good at it and knowing the genre in and out. Spraying blood on people just isn't horror. It's the lighting techniques, makeup techniques, and you should be familiar with the horror genre, be it film, books, or supernatural lore. To truly scare people, you need to create a truly scary atmosphere or environment for your photos." The equipment she uses is a Cannon Rebel XTI and a Pantex K1000, sometimes with a remote so she can capture herself.
Von Strange also has a professional studio, decorated in gothic "Batman" fashion, where she operates her own business, both on and offline. One of her fondest activities (outside of the shoots) is recording and keeping up on Tumblr and Deviant Art websites. She never leaves the house without a notebook and pen in case ideas occur to her while on the move.
She has recently been involved with local graveyard shoots where models are dressed in white and posed in various positions to reflect the emotions common to the scene. Under moody morning grey skies with broken bouts of sunbeams, models masquerade through the grass in bare feet. In one series of shots, the model held one arm aloft, parallel to the ground, stared off into the background behind the camera, as if "possessed," and walked slowly toward the lens. A true zombie come to life in the eyes of the artist.
In another shot, the model held holdfast to metal bars and pressed chains into her arms as if grasping for the last bits of life. Calls of "look here, now look that way, now pull that, now lean back," coerce models into facial tension without making them feel pushed or forced. The natural visages truly come from an understanding of the art, which Von Strange gently pulls out of the thin air.
If any model has an issue on the shoot (one girl needed shoes for the shots under the holly trees), Von Strange makes accommodations or finds another way to take the shots. She also encourages models to look through all of the prints to help decide which will go to publication. All prospective models must sign a legal contract with Von Strange which informs models of their rights and responsibilities, their pay and hours, and disclaimers about hazardous situations that may be encountered during any of the shoots. They also detail the photos picked to be sold and what she will fix on the photos before selling them.
Tombstones transcend the "classical light" scenes of remorse into full blown depressive yearning for loved ones lost. The pillars themselves also take the limelight with historical references. The dichotomy between the "colored" sites and well-kempt "white" sites are paralleled by the actual upkeep and locations. She distinguishes the walled in graves with head and footstones, neatly carved, and mowed plots from the viney, overgrown rocks placed as headstones in the separate section.
"I got really tired of the gore photos of this era, so I got into classic photos, black and white, which are more creepy than just throwing blood on people. [But] I do delve into gore photos when the mood calls for it."
She had some photo training in high school: three years of basic photography classes, and a few editing classes, but nothing within the current genre of the art. Aspects such as lighting and makeup were self-taught, experimenting with different tools and models. Von Strange also takes it upon herself to heavily research specifics for each shoot before going into the field. Her newest educational endeavor is cosmetology school where she hopes to work more with hair and makeup techniques. She trusts only in her own skills to create the correct look for each of the scenes portrayed.
Somewhere between classical photography education and a general good feel for what is scary, Von Strange comes up with new and interesting ideas that seem to supersede all of her peers. She describes her oddest session.
"My Zydrate shoot. I basically covered all of my models in blue goo and dressed them up as futuristic glam chicks. And I did horror makeup to make them look like drug addicts with their faces falling off and track marks. In the shoot I was their drug dealer. At the end, they killed me with blue goo."
Von Strange currently has a few ongoing projects, but was apprehensive to share much in the way of detail. (A rational fear of stolen ideas.) However, she felt it was alright to share that she is working with a new set of models, all of whom have signed her legal contracts for both her, and their own, protection.
"I have many horror sets planned. And a few normal sets planned for cosmetology school." Von Strange is currently exploring many options, including vintage and modern, while still adding a lot of herself in her work.
"I'm going to revisit the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. I'm going to bring a more modern twist but keep the German expressionist vibe."