Posts Tagged ‘digital photography’

Portraiture 2.0 – Noah Kalina’s Everyday

Sunday, March 18th, 2007

This morning’s about digital self-portraits by way of reporting on the exhibit. Specifically, the article discusses the explosion of portraiture made possible by the the convergence of digital photography, low-cost editing software, and the distribution medium of the Internet and demonstrated through the popularity of ‘s Everyday self-portrait on YouTube. Kalina took a still photo of himself everyday for six years and assembled them all into the video he posted to YouTube:

Ahree Lee’s Me

, a resident of San Francisco, did the same from November 2001 to November 2004, and posted the result at :

Portraiture 2.0 – Noah Kalina’s Everyday

Sunday, March 18th, 2007

This morning’s about digital self-portraits by way of reporting on the exhibit. Specifically, the article discusses the explosion of portraiture made possible by the the convergence of digital photography, low-cost editing software, and the distribution medium of the Internet and demonstrated through the popularity of ‘s Everyday self-portrait on YouTube. Kalina took a still photo of himself everyday for six years and assembled them all into the video he posted to YouTube:

Ahree Lee’s Me

, a resident of San Francisco, did the same from November 2001 to November 2004, and posted the result at :

Portraiture 2.0 – Noah Kalina’s Everyday

Sunday, March 18th, 2007

This morning’s about digital self-portraits by way of reporting on the exhibit. Specifically, the article discusses the explosion of portraiture made possible by the the convergence of digital photography, low-cost editing software, and the distribution medium of the Internet and demonstrated through the popularity of ‘s Everyday self-portrait on YouTube. Kalina took a still photo of himself everyday for six years and assembled them all into the video he posted to YouTube:

Ahree Lee’s Me

, a resident of San Francisco, did the same from November 2001 to November 2004, and posted the result at :

Portraiture 2.0 – Noah Kalina’s Everyday

Sunday, March 18th, 2007

This morning’s about digital self-portraits by way of reporting on the exhibit. Specifically, the article discusses the explosion of portraiture made possible by the the convergence of digital photography, low-cost editing software, and the distribution medium of the Internet and demonstrated through the popularity of ‘s Everyday self-portrait on YouTube. Kalina took a still photo of himself everyday for six years and assembled them all into the video he posted to YouTube:

Ahree Lee’s Me

, a resident of San Francisco, did the same from November 2001 to November 2004, and posted the result at :

Portraiture 2.0 – Noah Kalina’s Everyday

Sunday, March 18th, 2007

This morning’s about digital self-portraits by way of reporting on the exhibit. Specifically, the article discusses the explosion of portraiture made possible by the the convergence of digital photography, low-cost editing software, and the distribution medium of the Internet and demonstrated through the popularity of ‘s Everyday self-portrait on YouTube. Kalina took a still photo of himself everyday for six years and assembled them all into the video he posted to YouTube:

Ahree Lee’s Me

, a resident of San Francisco, did the same from November 2001 to November 2004, and posted the result at :

Portraiture 2.0 – Noah Kalina’s Everyday

Sunday, March 18th, 2007

This morning’s about digital self-portraits by way of reporting on the exhibit. Specifically, the article discusses the explosion of portraiture made possible by the the convergence of digital photography, low-cost editing software, and the distribution medium of the Internet and demonstrated through the popularity of ‘s Everyday self-portrait on YouTube. Kalina took a still photo of himself everyday for six years and assembled them all into the video he posted to YouTube:

Ahree Lee’s Me

, a resident of San Francisco, did the same from November 2001 to November 2004, and posted the result at :