Day: February 1, 2021

The Culture Lover’s February Guide

Photo credit: Design by Ingrid Frahm
Photo credit: Design by Ingrid Frahm

From Harper’s BAZAAR

Part of staying fulfilled (and sane) during the pandemic is about finding and participating in things you love. Fittingly, February’s culture lineup is stacked with a diverse assortment of in-person and virtual events that will make your heart sing. Among them: an out-of-this-world comedy variety show, stunning choreographic premieres, an innovative art fair scattered across New York, and a Zoom reunion reading of a play written by Tony Award winner Billy Porter. To round it all out, the Met Opera will be presenting two weeks of free nightly streams of performances starring legendary African-American performers in honor of Black History Month.

1. Walls for a Cause NYC

The Brooklyn gallery We Buy Gold and Orange Barrel Media have teamed up to organize Walls for a Cause NYC, a multi-site public art project and online exhibition that benefits the urban farm

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Digital Photographs

Art & Entertainment,Art & Visual,Art & Culture,Art & Design,Digital Art PhotographyDigital Art Images menggunakan Facebook. Practical imaging systems both digital and movie, have a limited ” dynamic vary “: the vary of luminosity that can be reproduced precisely. Highlights of the subject which might be too vivid are rendered as white, with no detail; shadows that are too dark are rendered as black. The loss of element in the highlights isn’t abrupt with film, or in darkish shadows with digital sensors. “Spotlight burn-out” of digital sensors, will not be often abrupt in output pictures due to the tone mapping required to suit their massive dynamic range into the more restricted dynamic range of the output (be it SDR show or printing). As a result of sensor elements for different colours saturate in turn, there can be hue or saturation shift in burnt-out highlights.

Different well-known abstract artists include Piet Mondrian, Joan Miro, and Jackson Pollock. See their work come alive … Read More