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Selected Works in the Exhibition | "Persimmons Are Red" Fuping National Photography Exhibition

2023-04-02 15:12:24 [Retro ]
Selected Works in the Exhibition | "Persimmons Are Red" Fuping National Photography Exhibition

Fuping is located in the east wing of Guantian Economic Zone, which belongs to the planning scope of the Greater Xi'an Economic Circle. Fuping is a well-known “Hometown of Persimmons”, “Hometown of Dairy Goats”, “China’s Goat Milk Capital”, “Hometown of Early and Middle-ripening Apples” and “National Advanced County for Grain Production”. District and town-level small cities comprehensive reform pilot area and national reform pilot areas such as landscape restoration pilot areas, forests, fields and lakes. Fuping has a long history of persimmon planting, which can be traced back to the Han Dynasty, with a history of more than 2,000 years. The county has a total area of ​​360,000 mu of persimmons and a fruiting area of ​​170,000 mu. The annual output of fresh persimmons is 200,000 tons and the processed persimmon cakes are 50,000 tons. The persimmon products are well-known far and wide. In recent years, Fuping County Party Committee and County Government have made every effort to promote the sharp persimmon industry on the fast track of high-quality development with scale expansion and benefit improvement. In the golden autumn of October, Fuping, the township of persimmons, is full of flaming splendor. The persimmons on the branches in late autumn are the scenery painted by the magical time. Pieces of persimmon forests are accompanied by scattered villages. The persimmon farmers are gradually busy, and the persimmon cakes are set up one by one. The dark green of the trees gradually faded, and the persimmon leaves were dyed into a "drunk color" with reddish yellow in the wind and snow. "One night with cold dew and wind, persimmons hanging lanterns" is a true portrayal of Fuping, the "hometown of persimmons" in late autumn and early winter. "Persimmons Are Red" Selected Works of Fuping National Photography Exhibition ■ The judges recommended Li Xinjing in the morning of Shixiang Township Comments: The morning sun shines, awakening the sleeping mountain village, and the mist like fine sand lingers in front of and behind the house Between the trees and the treetops, the whole picture is dyed with gentle warm tones by the morning light, and the atmosphere is smart and full of vitality. The author shoots with a telephoto lens, compressing the depth of field, so that the integration of the front and back scenes is better, bringing the viewer a fresh and beautiful visual experience. ——Yang Hongbo (Vice Chairman and Secretary-General of Shaanxi Photographers Association) drying persimmon peels, photographed by Yu Wengang, Fuping milk goat (one of the group photos), Mao Zhenan, photographing red days, Shitonggang, sweet as persimmon, Xue Qinxue, overlooking the beautiful Fuping ( Photo 1 of the group photo) Zhang Yongfeng photographed the construction of new countryside and new residence Tian Ding Hu photographed the sunset of the Ishikawa River (photo 1) Hu Xiaoqiao photographed smart agriculture (photo 1) Ink painting Jinsushan Liu Xiaohong photo Red persimmon Aoxue Chu Fu Jin photo ■ Gossip Exhibition Seizing the color of life Standing on the prairie, facing the eyes full of green, blue and white, I have a question about color. The green grass spreads from the front to the sky, and at the end of the blue sky, it is connected with the white clouds. It is vast, high and magnificent. Nature only uses the most monotonous colors and the simplest composition, but collages such a beautiful scenery. When we build our own homeland of human beings in the vast world, is the use of color a way of confirming our own existence and striving for the right of human beings to speak in nature? Perhaps this is an unsolved problem. But it is undeniable that human life is different from natural scenery, and the colors are much more complex and important. When using a camera to present people's daily life, it is natural to deal with a variety of colors. However, for a long time after the invention and popularization of color photography, the mainstream photography aesthetic paradigm still has the view of rejecting color. Some people think: "Black and white photos are more likely to reflect the human soul." Indeed, black, white, and gray tones are more likely to form a "quiet" visual tendency, and the objects to be processed are therefore much less. In color photography, in addition to dealing with the main subject, it is also necessary to coordinate the color with the structure of the picture and the main subject to form a unique composition and form. So I think color photography is more difficult to "produce" than black and white photography. But our life is full of colors. To reflect people's living conditions, the camera cannot ignore the existence of colors. In recent decades, color photography has formed a unique artistic language, and its application can generally be reflected in the following three aspects. First, use color and the use of color to shape the sense of form and space. Photographers use color elements or color changes to replace the effects of "points, lines, and planes" to build structure and space, enhance the depth and richness of the picture, or use color in the foreground or background to highlight the form of the subject. . Photographer Alex Webb is good at using color to build visual space and convey expressive themes. Second, "stab" the eye with color. As you can imagine, in a monotonous or accustomed environment, a fresh color or color element can quickly grab people's attention. In many photos, color is used as such a "burst point", orange fruit among green trees and blue sky, red clothes on children's clothes can produce such an effect. Finally, use color as a rhetorical language. Sometimes colors can be unexpectedly dramatic, especially in everyday life, interpersonal behavior, and photos can easily be enhanced if an unusually prominent color can be captured. Photographer Martin Parr is good at discovering and expressing such colors in life. Color is very important. For photographers, in order to take good photos, they need to exercise their sensitivity to color, watch more from the color dimension, and discover unique viewing angles. Colors show the richness of people's lives. (Text / Deng Lifeng)

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