Thursday, 28 February 2013

Collaborative - D&C/ Iconic music photography

After looking at a lot of contemporary and fashion photography i thought it may be useful to look at iconic images in the music industry, here are a few images from The Uncut Collection presented by NME, the limited edition photos feature the likes of The Rollings Stones, The Beatles and David Bowie. 



Photo: Express - The Beatles performing their last live public concert on the rooftop of the Apple Organization building for the film documentary, ‘Let It Be,’ on Savile Row, London, England.



Photo: Hulton Archive - David Bowie performs his final concert as Ziggy Stardust at the Hammersmith Odeon, London. The concert later became known as the Retirement Gig.



Photo: Michael Ochs Archives - The Byrds in New York City



Photo: Mark Jordan - Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon of the Clash on stage at Friars, Aylesbury, UK, 28th June 1978



Photo: Michael Ochs Archives - Doors singer Jim Morrison lies on the stage during a performance, September 1968; Frankfurt, Germany



Photo: Michael Ochs Archives - Bob Dylan plays a Fender Stratocaster electric guitar through an Ampeg amplifier while recording his album ‘Bringing It All Back Home’ on January 13-15, 1965 in Columbia's Studio A in New York City, New York.



Photo: Michael Ochs Archives - Jimi Hendrix performs onstage with his Fender Stratocaster electric guitar at the Civic Auditorium on October 26, 1968 in Bakersfield, California.



Photo: Fin Costello - Paul Weller performing live onstage, with The Jam at the Hammersmith Odeon, December 1977



Photo: Michael Ochs Archives - Country singer Johnny Cash warms up backstage at the New York Folk Festival in July of 1965 at Carnegie Hall in New York, New York.



Photo: David Redfern - Jimmy Page and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin performing on stage during filming for ‘The Song Remains The Same’, Madison Square Garden, New York, 1973



Photo: Jo Hale - Morrissey performs during the V Festival in Hylands Park on August 20, 2006 in Chelmsford, England.



Photo: Ann Moses - Neil Young of Buffalo Springfield outside his house on October 30, 1967 in Los Angeles, California.



Photo: Michael Ochs Archives - Photo of Pink Floyd circa 1970 (L-R) Rick Wright, Dave Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters



Photo: Dave Hogan - Singer Michael Stipe of REM performs in concert at The Brixton Academy on June 24, 2003 in London, England.



Photo: Steve Wood - Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones performing at Knebworth, 20th August 1976.



Photo: Michael Ochs Archives - Johnny Rotten and drummer Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols at their last concert at the Winterland in San Francisco, California.



Photo: Fin Costello - Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt performing on stage - Born to Run Tour, October 11th 1975.



Photo: Dave Hogan - Bono, lead singer of U2 in concert in London, 28th November 1984.



Photo: Jeff Gentner - Jack White of The White Stripes performs during the fourth and final day of the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival June 17, 2007 in Manchester, Tennessee.



Photo: Michael Ochs Archives - Pete Townshend of ‘The Who’ tosses his guitar in mid-air as he performs onstage at Atwood Stadium in Flint Michigan. This is the night that Keith Moon was arrested and banned for life from the Holiday Inn chain.

Source:http://www.nme.com/blog/index.php?blog=147&title=sonic_editions_the_uncut_collection&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1













Collaborative - D&C/ Dazed & Confused - Music

Here i have decided to focus on the music page to look at the type of photography used to capture artists behind the scene or staged photoshoots, documenting this imagery will be good to go back to for an understanding of what kind of photography Dazed & Confused publishes.

Haim










Inc: True Bromance 





A$AP Rocky Selects Overdoz


The Agony & The Ecstacy


PVT - Homosapien

Collaboratie - D&C/ Dazed & Confused - Fashion

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Collaborative - D&C/ Dazed & Confused - Photography

To learn a little about Dazed & Confused i decided to look at the featured pages on the website such as fashion, music, art and culture.

Firstly i started by looking at photographers who have been featured in the magazine and on the website.

Marcelo Krasilcic

"Marcelo Krasilcic was part of a generation of photographers that moved to New York in the 1990s and he quickly became known for his spare but erotic photographs of liberated youth, artists, designers and musicians, such as Maurizio Cattelan, ChloĆ« Sevigny and Everything but the Girl – photographs that captured the spirit of the 1990s in situ. Krasilcic went on to forge an international career as a fashion photographer, portraitist and director of art, music and fashion videos."




Ed Phillips 

Another photographer featured on Dazed Digital is Ed Phillips, he shoots 'randomly at things' capturing people surfing, skateboarding or even reading books, capturing spirit and activity. 






Golden Holden 

An American photographer and web artist who shoots what ever is in someones hand, his photographers simply show people holding objects that they use every day. 






Source:http://www.dazeddigital.com/photography

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Collaborative - D&C/ Dazed and Confused

Firstly i decided to gather a little background research on what Dazed & Confused is and how it came about. 

Dazed & Confused is a British style magazine that was set up in 1992 and published monthly. Its founding editors were Jefferson Hack and Rankin. The topics that are covered include music, fashion, film, art, and literature.




With the demise of both The Face and SleazenationDazed & Confused now exists alongside old rival i-D.

Beginning as a black-and-white folded poster published sporadically, the magazine soon turned full colour, promoted with London club nights.
In November 2006, Dazed launched a new web based strand of the magazine titled DazedDigital.com, which delivers fashion, film, music and art news and special online events.



They relaunched their site on September 7, 2010 under the project title "Dazed Digital REACTIVATE". With a countdown in the days prior to the relaunch, the new site did not go live until there were 10,000 simultaneous viewers; this target was reached in 22 minutes. The new site launched as first UK online publisher using an HTML5 site.

Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dazed_%26_Confused_(magazine)