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by Joel Grey

  • Author: Joel Grey
  • ISBN: 1576874850
  • ISBN13: 978-1576874851
  • ePub: 1352 kb | FB2: 1925 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Photography & Video
  • Publisher: powerHouse Books; Slp edition (May 12, 2009)
  • Pages: 120
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 529
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1.3: Images from My Phone ePub download

On an out-of-town trip in 2007, Joel Grey found himself in a small St. Lucie, Florida museum. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Images from my phone was merged with this page. features over 100 colour images taken directly from Joel Grey's Nokia 133 phone. 6 people like this topic.

Photographer Joel Grey has given every image a time and date stamp, which says something about these pictures

Photographer Joel Grey has given every image a time and date stamp, which says something about these pictures. There is a great picture, better than anything else in this book, taken on September 13th 2007, Mr. Grey must have been behind two men as they walked shirtless and arm and arm down the street. This image is almost abstract but has a scent of realism, like the details of a Raymond Carver story brought to life, right down to the scratches on the back of one man.

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3: Images from My Phone. Written by. Joel Grey. Manufacturer: powerHouse Books Release date: 2 June 2009 ISBN-10 : 1576874850 ISBN-13: 9781576874851. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed.

Actor/photographer Joel Grey (R) and actor Ron Rifkin attend a celebration for the release of ". - Images From My Phone" at Michael's on June 3, 2009 in New York City. Photo by Gary Gershoff/Getty Images) Local Caption Ron Rifkin;Joel Grey. June 3, 2009 - Source: Gary Gershoff/Getty Images North America) more pics from this album . Ron Rifkin Photostream Joel Grey Photostream.

He must have phoned during my tryst with Miss Steele. JUST BEFORE LUNCH ANDREA puts Caroline Acton through. Mr. Grey, how lovely to hear from you. What can I do for you?" "Hello, Ms. Acton. I sit down at my desk, master of my own universe once more-now that she's in the shower-and call him back. and I need to get back on my game.

Back in June, we attended (and photo-documented) a book party for . : Images from My Phone, a. . : Images from My Phone, a collection of photos from the cell phone of th. For more where this came from, take note that Grey’s photography will be exhibited at the Steven Kasher Gallery, in Chelsea, starting May 27th. 7. Michael Schulman, a staff writer, has contributed to The New Yorker since 2006.

On an out-of-town trip in 2007, Joel Grey found himself in a small St. Lucie, Florida museum, filled with bizarre and eminently photographable objects. Feeling, as he had with the images that became 2003’s Pictures I Had to Take, compelled to capture these provocative tableaux, but without his trusty Nikon Nikkormat by his side, Grey did the next-best thing he could—he reached for his cell phone. Grey had never had any use for the camera function of his Nokia 133 before, and was skeptical about the capabilities of its tiny 1.3-megapixel lens. But to his surprise, the same familiar perspective he’d always had when taking photographs was still there; even without a viewfinder, he could make the kinds of pictures he had always loved to make. The limitations of the format—the inability to control the aperture stop, focus, or any of the other variables of traditional photography besides framing—proved a thrilling new challenge, which Grey likens to “collaborating with a power larger than yourself.” Grey spent the next eight months shooting with his phone, and the result is 1.3: Images from My Phone, a collection of slices cut from diverse visual worlds: street art and still life, advertising and architecture, shadows and reflections, natural beauty and urban grit.
I wanted to use this book to show my students that the best camera is the one they have with them and demonstrate that Joel Grey used his crummy 1.3MP camera phone to take some great shots... well, maybe if the book shipped with a magnifying glass so you could actually *see* the photos.. I'm not going to comment on the perceived quality of the photography because art, as beauty, is in the eye of the beholder, it's just that my eyes could barely see those teeny-tiny photos printed on the pages of this book.
I have long been a fan of Joel Grey, the actor. Now, I am also a fan of Joel Grey, the photographer. I like his style, subjects, and composition.
I was drawn to this book when I first saw it because of its unusual small size and curious cover. I had no idea what was inside. What a wonderful surprise when you open it! The images are unexpected and beautiful. They can be mysterious or funny or sad, all are intriguing and generate conversation. Mr. Grey takes you on a marvelous journey and shows you people and sights you might have missed. You see the world differently after seeing it through his eyes. My grown kids are even buying copies for their friends, no greater compliment. The fact that the photos were all taken on his iPhone adds to the playful, spontaneous feel of the book. It is a delight!
I wish I had Joel Grey's eye.
He can find the most unforgettable images in the most forgettable places.
After this book, I will never be able to look at a pipe or a sign or a wall
or a sidewalk or the side of a house the same way. This book is both an
adventure for the eye as well as a challenge to the imagination. You can't
beat that!
Loved this book! The concept was intriguing and the execution was fabulous. I'm not usually one to sit and 'read' a book of images from cover to cover, but I couldn't put this down. I have given it as a gift to some close friends and family and have received rave reviews from all of them. Please do more!
I was very interested to see just what a man like Joel Grey would take photos of. It is a facinating concept, taking pix of whatever you come across in your daily life. I found it enlightening.
This is a wonderful book, full of visual delights. It would make an excellent present for anyone with a camera phone.
Wow, I Never thought you could get such wonderful images from a cell phone, "Its all in the eye of the beholder"!
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