Digital Art Pictures menggunakan Fb. Practical imaging techniques each digital and film, have a limited ” dynamic range “: the range of luminosity that may be reproduced precisely. Highlights of the subject which can be too vivid are rendered as white, with no detail; shadows which might be too dark are rendered as black. The lack of element in the highlights is just not abrupt with movie, or in dark shadows with digital sensors. “Spotlight burn-out” of digital sensors, will not be often abrupt in output images because of the tone mapping required to fit their giant dynamic vary … Read More
If you needed confirmation that we’re finally coming out of the dark, just look to Miami’s cultural scene.
The Cleveland Orchestra has announced its return to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, with two weekends of performances in January 2022. Miami City Ballet plans to release a schedule of live performances for fall and winter later this summer.
As for the visual arts, there’s no need to wait. Nearly all the museums are open and galleries are debuting new shows, providing plenty of air-conditioned relief for the heat weary.
Visual artists Lisa Bergh and Andrew Nordin of New London, Minn., recently took an art-themed road trip that included a stop at the Nemeth Art Center in Park Rapids, Minn. and the T. L. Solien exhibit “See the Sky.”
Solien’s large scale paintings captivated them. They described the drama of his contemporary work — its humor and pain and emotional charge — as well as his skill with color. “There’s actually some subtle moments in some of the smaller pieces that I found myself kind of stuck on,” said Nordin, who was struck by Solien’s use of the color yellow.