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  1. #4661
    كاربر فعال aidin594 آواتار ها
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    عکس زیر رو اینجا دیدم. کادر, رنگ و پز مدل رو دوست دارم



    ویرایش توسط aidin594 : Sunday 15 September 2013 در ساعت 17:40 دلیل: ,
    yaghoobi، ali_ghorbanzade، 2105 و 3 نفر دیگر تشکر می‌کنند.

  2. #4662
    كاربر بسیار فعال amir.komeily آواتار ها
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    بهترین عکسهای فاین ارت در سال 2012 ( انتخاب شده از سایت 500px ) که عکس جناب حسین زارع هم در این لیست قرار داره:


    Apologies by Arthur Khachaturyan
    4 (1).jpg


    Passenger by Hossein Zare
    4.jpg



    Rush hour II by Caras Ionut
    4 (2).jpg


    Catch me if you can! by Roland Shainidze
    4 (3).jpg



    A HAPPY FOURTH of JULY. by Magda indigo
    4 (4).jpg

    لینک اصلی و ادامه عکسها
    yaghoobi، K_NMT، yaray و 21 نفر دیگر تشکر می‌کنند.

  3. #4663
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    yaghoobi، yaray، F.KamranNia و 9 نفر دیگر تشکر می‌کنند.

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  4. #4664
    كاربر آشنا
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    November 2008
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    در شلوغی در دود در حیرانی در تهران
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    سلام

    بعد از مدتها یک عکس نظرم را جلب کرد:

    People-on-escalator.jpg

    عکاس:
    Len Bernstein

    و اظهارات عکاس در خصوص این اثر:
    "I was stirred deeply by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1963 when I, a 13-year-old Jewish boy in Brooklyn, saw his televised speech at the March on Washington, where he said:
    …when we let freedom ring, when we let it ring from every tenement and every hamlet,
    from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God's
    children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be
    able to join hands and sing in the words of the old spiritual, "Free at last, free at last.
    Thank God Almighty, we are free at last."


    As years went on, I came to see that the passionate justice which stirred me and millions of others, had to do with the art I care for so much: photography.
    In 1975, as a young photographer, I began to study Aesthetic Realism, and learned that every instance of beauty in art—from stirring prose, to a good photograph—can teach us how the world and people deserve to be seen. Eli Siegel, the founder of this great philosophy stated, “All beauty is a making one of opposites, and the making one of opposites is what we are going after in ourselves.” I love this principle because it shows that beauty is as real and as practical as the pavement we walk on, and that we not only want to be like art—we can be!

    In 1983, when I heard plans for the “March on Washington for Jobs, Peace, & Freedom” celebrating the 20th anniversary of Dr. King’s immortal “I Have A Dream” speech, I was eager to go. I knew it would be historic, and I wanted to be fair to it as a photographer. And so, I went for advice to Nancy Starrels, whose photography class, The Honoring Eye, I attended at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation in New York City. She advised me to think as deeply as I could about the meaning of that day, and how I could give it form in a single photograph. This helped to clarify my thought—about the history of racism itself, and how black and white people can both hope for and despair of change. I learned, too, that photography makes sense of these opposites: hope and despair, light and dark, sameness and difference. My emotion about the meaning of the march grew as I thought of how the oneness of opposites in the art of photography has the answer to what plagues people.

    What I saw in Washington made a lasting impression on me. I saw people of different races and faiths, young and old, well-to do and poor, marching together in behalf of an America just to all people. I witnessed many things that moved me. However, there was one scene that I’ll remember all my life—marchers on an escalator, returning home, all joined together as they rose from the darkness below to the radiant brightness above. This was the picture I was looking for!

    Later, I better understood what had affected me as I studied Eli Siegel’s historic essay, Is Beauty the Making One of Opposites? with these questions about Sameness and Difference:

    Does every work of art show the kinship to be found in objects and all realities?—and
    at the same time the subtle and tremendous difference, the drama of otherness, that one
    can find among the things of the world?


    When I made this photograph I was thrilled by the contrast of light and dark in the scene and the people, and how, at the same time, they mingled with one another, added to each other. With all their difference, light and dark do not fight. There is “kinship” as people seem to merge in the dark. Then, as light outlines a hand on a railing, the gentle slope of a shoulder, the profile of a face, we see in these unique, individual forms, “the drama of otherness.” As we look at these men and women, can we tell who is white and who is black? They are all “God’s children.”

    Prejudice begins, Aesthetic Realism explains, with the desire in people to have contempt, “to think we will be for ourselves by making less of the outside world.” It is the feeling “They are all the same, but I’m different, more sensitive, superior—and I have a right to deal with them any way I please.” This ugly attitude takes thousands of ordinary forms. For example, as my family sat around the kitchen table in Brooklyn and talked about people, it was often with a sense of entitlement. We summed them up, and saw neighbors, co-workers, schoolmates as having shortcomings that made them inferior to us (we saw each other that way, too). We had no idea that our imagined superiority was the reason we argued with each other and why we each felt lonely and empty. The accumulation of contempt, carried far enough, makes for every injustice, including racism.

    The idea that we can be more complete through welcoming the difference of others has resonated with people for a very long time. Yet, how can intolerance and racism finally be overcome? Ellen Reiss, the Chairman of Aesthetic Realism, writes in an issue of the international periodical The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known:

    …racism won’t be effectively done away with unless it is replaced with something that
    has terrific power. What needs to replace it is not the feeling that the difference of another
    person is somehow tolerable. What is necessary is the seeing and feeling that the relation
    of sameness and difference between ourselves and other people is beautiful.


    Aesthetic Realism taught me that opposites don’t have to fight, that every instance of art shows how deeply friendly they can be, and within this is the just way of seeing people that will end racism forever! For instance, dark and light in a photograph don’t tolerate each other. They need each other and bring out good possibilities in each other. Here light brings out the uniqueness of people in the dark below while it is darkness that makes it gradually possible for us to see the people as they meet the sky. And there’s humor as little round pieces of metal in the center, with their own light and dark, are marching upwards along with the riders on either side.

    The upward tilt of the camera with its 35mm wide angle lens causes the two escalators to converge. This brings people on opposite sides closer as they reach the top, where heavy concrete walls dissolve in the light and also expand outward. I felt all these people were going toward a brighter, kinder world—a world I passionately believe Aesthetic Realism can make a reality. I tried to show that feeling in my photograph.

    Note: Photographer Len Bernstein began his study of Aesthetic Realism in 1975 in consultations with The Kindest Art, and later with the founder of this philosophy, Eli Siegel. His study continues in classes taught by Chairman Ellen Reiss at the not-for-profit Aesthetic Realism Foundation in New York City (Aesthetic Realism Foundation). He has written, lectured, and teaches photography in relation to ethics, and his photographs are in many private and museum collections."


    (ضمن پوزش از خواننده گرامی از دو وجه، یکم! مطول بودن متن و دوم! متن انگلیسی، ترجمه با خواننده محترم انشاءالله به زعم اندوخته دانش خویش، منظور عکاس دریابید، که ترجمه این حقیر مناسب و رساننده هدف عکاس نخواهد بود بهرحال، ترجمه ماشینی آن و اصل صفحه مورد منظور!)
    درپناه خدا
    روحاً و جسماً سلامت باشید.
    ویرایش توسط ravanfar : Saturday 21 September 2013 در ساعت 11:37
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  5. #4665
    كاربر همراه Ahmad.Najari آواتار ها
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    July 2012
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    قزوين روستاي كمال آباد
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    سلام
    روی صحبتم با شخص خاصی نیست.
    دوستان لطفا توجه داشته باشید که نام این تاپیک "بهترین عکس و یا مجموعه عکسی که در طول هفته می‌بینیم" است. پس باید یک مورد از عکسها یا مجموعه عکسهایی را که در طول هفته می بینیم انتخاب کرده و در این تاپیک ارسال کنیم.
    ممکن است ما در طول هفته یا حتی روز، عکسهای خوب زیادی ببینیم و از بیشترشان هم خوشمان بیاید اما دلیل نمیشود همه را بهترین بنامیم، بلکه باید قدرت این را داشته باشیم که از بین آنها یکی را که از نظرمان بهترین است انتخاب کنیم. این نوعی تمرین برای "انتخاب" است که با تکرار میتواند در انتخابهای مهمتر در زندگی به ما کمک کند.
    همچنین اگر هرچه تعداد پستهای ارسالی در این تاپیک کمتر باشد، نتیجه مجموعه ای با کیفیت بالاتر است و همچنین کاربران بیشتری شانس مشاهده انتخابهای ما را خواهند داشت و این کمک خوبی به دید عکاسی علاقمندان به عکاسی حاضر در فروم میکند.

    بخشی از متن پست اول تاپیک:
    خواهشا" دوستان در قرار دادن عکس در این قسمت دقت و وسواس چند برابری به خرج دهند، چون عکس های این بخش در صورت همکاری دوستان می تواند منبع الهام و تقویت قوه بصری همه عزیزان باشد.
    در آخر اگر جسارتی کردم عذرخواهی میکنم.
    موفق باشید.
    Amir Abdolpanah، M. Beyrami، overhes و 8 نفر دیگر تشکر می‌کنند.

  6. #4666
    كاربر فعال hossein137 آواتار ها
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    درود

    1374888_517088165027986_1542846165_n.jpg

    فکر کنم اسم عکاس همونی باشه که گوشه عکس هست.چیز بیشتری نمیدونم
    yaghoobi، MAHosseini، Amir Abdolpanah و 11 نفر دیگر تشکر می‌کنند.
    CACTUS.HOSSEIN=INSTAGRAM

    CANON M5 + 15-45 / 50MM F1.8 STM / Yongnuo 600ex-rt*2 / Yongnuo YN-E3-RT

  7. #4667
    Forum Moderator کوروش آواتار ها
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  8. #4668
    كاربر فعال
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    از اون جهت که از این دست عکس ها در فروم تقریبا ندیدم امیدوارم لذت ببرید.
    discovery_spacewalk_26.jpg

    discovery_spacewalk_09.jpg

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    yaghoobi، alirezaaa، saadi126 و 13 نفر دیگر تشکر می‌کنند.
    نمی دانم.
    ژوزف لویی لاگرانژ.
    فروم از دریچه آمار

  9. #4669
    كاربر بسیار فعال amir.komeily آواتار ها
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    yaghoobi، K_NMT، afzali و 28 نفر دیگر تشکر می‌کنند.

  10. #4670
    كاربر همراه Ahmad.Najari آواتار ها
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    July 2012
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    قزوين روستاي كمال آباد
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    1.jpg


    کد:
    http://500px.com/photo/45963374?from=editors
    ویرایش توسط Ahmad.Najari : Friday 27 September 2013 در ساعت 18:13 دلیل: افزودن لینک
    yaghoobi، afzali، Kasra.H و 22 نفر دیگر تشکر می‌کنند.

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