Tony Corocher

Beauty In Hell

The Allard Prize Committee is delighted to announce the winners of its November 2013 Allard Prize Photo Competition for International Integrity

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The Allard Prize Committee is delighted to announce the winners of its November 2013 Allard Prize Photo Competition for International Integrity.

I am honored and proud to announce that the cover image from my project “Beauty In Hell: Beauty over Drama” was selected as First Prize Winner (2013 November Edition) at the Allard Prize for International Integrity (Vancouver, Canada).

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Congratulations to Massimo Barberio of Italy, Tony Corocher of Italy, Sucheta Das of India, Sourav Karmakar of India and Nadge Mazars of France (now living in Columbia) for their successful entries. The entries chosen reflect the ideals of the Allard Prize through compelling images that capture the themes of courage and leadership in combating corruption, and of human rights or anti-corruption generally.”

“This prize will enable UBC Law at Allard Hall to take a leadership role in promoting the transparency, accountability, and checks and balances necessary to establish human rights and economic development around the world.” Peter Allard

 


 

The Allard Prize also administers a semi-annual Photography Competition that recognizes photographic excellence reflecting the ideals of the Allard Prize. Each winning entry receives a CAD $1,000 cash prize and is featured on the Allard Prize website for six months. For more information please see Photography Competition.

The Allard Prize is awarded biennially to an individual, movement, or organization that has demonstrated exceptional courage and leadership in combating corruption, especially through promoting transparency, accountability, and the Rule of Law.  Nominations are ongoing and open to the public.

Allard Prize for International Integrity

Beauty In Hell, Biennale di Venezia, Tony Corocher Photography

My Project “Beauty In Hell” Exhibited in conjunction with La Biennale di Venezia, 2013

My Project “Beauty In Hell: Beauty over Drama” Exhibited in conjunction with La Biennale di Venezia in Bangladesh Pavillion.

 

Photo-essay – Palestine, West bank and Jerusalem

A few months ago I had a chance to travel to West Bank, Palestine and Israel and visit some nomad villages, parts of the Occupied Territories and Jerusalem.
Here are a few shots… hope you like them. Tony

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Photo-essay – My trip to Koyasan, the Shingon Buddhism Center

Mount Kōya (高野山 Kōya-san?) is the name of mountains in Wakayama Prefecture to the south of Osaka. Also, Kōya-san is a modifying word for Kongōbu-ji (金剛峯寺). There is no one mountain officially called Kōya-san (高野山) in Japan.

First settled in 819 by the monk Kūkai, Mt. Kōya is primarily known as the world headquarters of the Kōyasan Shingon sect of Japanese Buddhism. Located in an 800 m high valley amid the eight peaks of the mountain (which was the reason this location was selected, in that the terrain is supposed to resemble a lotus plant), the original monastery has grown into the town of Kōya, featuring a university dedicated to religious studies and 120 temples, many of which offer lodging to pilgrims. The mountain is home to the following famous site (source wikipedia): continue here

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Logo Design, Website and main Image for the Official Collateral Event “Back 2 Back to Biennale” at La Biennale di Venezia accepted!

I am very glad to announce that the Logo Design, The Web Site and the main Image for the Catalog, I was asked to create for the Official Collateral Event “Back 2 Back to Biennale” at La Biennale di Venezia, have been officially accepted and are now online!
I would like to also thank Leonart Art Gallery and Fabio Anselmi for giving me the opportunity to work on such an interesting project.

Logo Design: http://bit.ly/11ClFkZ         –           Main Image: http://bit.ly/YshiZf

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AmazingTimelapse Techniques

Here’s our latest test with camera projection and timelapse explained.
Clean final shot is here: vimeo.com/34456622

This technique allows to create timelapse shots where the camera is moving in such way that is impossible to achieve in the real world. In this technique, the static timelapse shot is projected onto a recreated 3D geometry and the virtual camera is created to film the scene.
The geometry may be either recreated manually, generated basing on DEM models, LIDAR data or photogrammetrically.
Many thanks to Greg Downing @ XREZ studio for inspirations.
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Timalapse Academy presents:
The Haunted Walls. Abandoned monastery of Zagórz, Poland.
A short timelapse film shot during the Timelapse Academy workshops in Zagórz, Poland in October, 2011.

Shot on DitoGear™ timelapse equipment / ditogear.com
Special thanks to Zagroda Magija / zagrodamagija.pl

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