New York

New York

Titre de livre: New York

Broché: 176 pages

Date de sortie: March 14, 2017

ISBN: 3832769064

Éditeur: teNeues Media GmbH & Co. KG

New York

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Serge Ramelli's impressive outlook on the storied east coast metropolis now available for a special price in a smaller format Black-and-white urban photography has a unique effect: It can lend a historical feel or bring out perspectives and surfaces in a special way. Serge Ramelli s New York photos do both and much more. With his film director s eye, he searches out locations using parameters that evoke a specific atmosphere and build tension. The New York skyline or typical New York street scenes are stylized into a stage but a stage where nothing is required to happen. Their impressiveness is so heightened that a movie automatically plays in the viewer s head. With New York boasting so much history and evocativeness, nothing more is needed. Although he is similar to Ansel Adams in technique and expression, Serge Ramelli is a contemporary photographer in every sense of the word, constantly experimenting with new technical options. After Paris, New York was Serge Ramelli s choice of second instalment for his photographic diptych of contemporary cityscapes, and it s certainly no coincidence that the photographer selected this super-sized city as the subject of his second book. How could he fail he, the self-taught photographer to pay homage to this, the city of the willing, the self-made men, and the resourceful? And how could this great lover of cinema have chosen any other backdrop or any other film location than that of the Big Apple, made immortal by more than a century of legendary cinematography? An eager lover of dramatic imagery, Serge Ramelli is constantly on the lookout for spectacular lighting, whether natural or artificial, and with its gigantic advertising and garish boards New York is an almost perfect city for such a hunt.

Review
Strips the city to its simplest form --Wanderlust.co.uk


Fascinated by images from a very young age, in 2005 Serge Ramelli decided to devote his career to them. He thus became a professional photographer and film producer. His curious and creative spirit continually prompts him to discover new techniques, both photographic and computer-based, to better recreate the grandeur of cityscapes. He broadened his experience in the field of photography. Through training tutorials, he successfully teaches his processing of development including composition, equipment and editing, among other things. These computer guides are intended for enthusiasts and professionals who are eager to learn how to operate creative digital tools such as Lightroom or HDR (High Dynamic Range) that deliver powerful images rich in contrast and drama. Through the exceptional photographs of a Paris magnified by his cinematic vision, in this book Serge Ramelli offers a superb demonstration of his art.