Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Breaking news

Few things for today but unfortunately no new photos.

If you visit photocrumble blog more than once a week you probably noticed some changes in the top navigation. Now you can access my photo projects and events I’ve been to really easy. So take a look! And don’t forget about photography movies… some really good ones already and this section will definitely be growing.

I’m going to Madrid for the New Yea’s Eve so hopefully I’ll bring back some decent shots :)

This year I was a really good boy so Santa brought me a “camera voucher”. It’s going to be a small compact camera to carry it everywhere. I’m reading and looking what’s there on the market at the moment so I’ll blog a post or two when I decide.

The last but not least… finally I started to postprocess shots of quite a big, Malta related project. I hope to publish it no later than a mid January so stay tuned :)


Friday, December 16, 2011

The Bang Bang Club

Another very good photography movie. Based on the true events tells a story about four war photographers: Ken Oosterbroek, Greg Marinovich, Kevin Carter and Joao Silva.


Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Photocrumble on Twitter!

Well, it's definitely a news of the day. I've never been a big Twitter fan but I'll give it a try. I'll post there something short from time to time so follow me to be notified about every photocrumble blog post. Spread the word :)


Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Most expensive photographs ever sold

#1 Andreas Gursky - Rhein II (1999)
$4,338,500, November 8, 2011

#2 Cindy Sherman - Untitled #96 (1981)
$3,890,500, May 2011

#3 Richard Prince - "Untitled (Cowboy)" (c.2001–2002)
$3,401,000, November 14, 2007

#4 Andreas Gursky - 99 Cent II Diptychon (2001)
$3,346,456, February 2007 (second print sold for $2.48 million and a third print sold for $2.25 million)

#5 Edward Steichen - The Pond-Moonlight (1904)
$2,928,000, February 2006

#6 Unknown photographer - Billy the Kid (1879–80), tintype portrait
$2,300,000, June 2011

#7 Dmitry Medvedev - Kremlin of Tobolsk (2009)
$1,750,000, January 2010

#8 Edward Weston - Nude (1925)
$1,609,000, April 2008

#9 Alfred Stieglitz - Georgia O'Keeffe (Hands) (1919)
$1,470,000, February 2006

#10 Alfred Stieglitz - Georgia O'Keeffe Nude (1919)
$1,360,000, February 2006


Exit Through The Gift Shop

Not really a photography related movie but it's a must see! Let me know what question you asked yourself after watching. Enjoy.


Monday, November 7, 2011

Friday, September 30, 2011