VIEW AT KRAMER HALL IN HAMMONTON, NJ
AS PART OF THE NOYES MUSEUM
RAW: 3RD ANNUAL JURIED
Experience the expression, personality, and mood of New Jersey through the eyes of the top photographers of the region during the Noyes Gallery at Kramer Hall's annual RAW exhibition. This year's top 40 images will depict the raw spirit and diversity of New Jersey's people through portrait photography.
(Italian for light-dark) in art is the use of strong contrasts between light and dark, usually bold contrasts affecting a whole composition. It is also a technical term used by artists and art historians for the use of contrasts of light to achieve a sense of volume in modeling three-dimensional objects and figures. Similar effects in cinema and photography also are called chiaroscuro.
Chiaroscuro also is used in cinematography to indicate extreme low-key and high-contrast lighting to create distinct areas of light and darkness in films, especially in black and white films.
In photography, chiaroscuro often is effected with the use of "Rembrandt lighting". In more highly developed photographic processes, this technique also may be termed "ambient/natural lighting", although when done so for the effect, the look is artificial and not generally documentary in nature.
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iPhoneography is the art of creating photos with an Apple iPhone. This is a style of mobile photography that differs from
all other forms of digital photography in that images are both shot and processed on the iOS device.
iPhoneography has grown quickly since 2007, when the original iPhone 2G's 2-megapixel camera was released.
As the iPhone cameras improved in both resolution and image quality, more professional photographers ventured into this
art form and started recognizing the value of an iPhone image.