The documentary film Chasing Ice, directed by Jeff Orlowski and brought on by the National Geographic photographer Jame Balog, is a film the should be shown in every class room in today modern society. This movie is absolutely breath taking experiences of knowledge on the effect on climate change caused by greenhouse gas A.K.A carbon dioxide (CO2) and how it is effecting the nature behavior of the earth climate. this film chasing ice give you first had picture of what is happen to the largest, oldest climate structure on the planet, which is Glaicier movement over a period of time. the film take you on journey to all the massive glacier around northwestern part of the world from greenland to Alaska and show you the deca of these vast structure of ancient life. this film had a great collaboration of people working on it from the amazing photography work by Balog to all the people how behind the since how you his photo and conceited the scientific evidence that these land mass structure of ice are dying fast then mankind and the government want to acknowledge. FOR ANYONE THE THINK THE CLIMATE CHANGE IN NOT HAPPENING NOW AND THAT HUMMAN ARE TO TAKE SO ACCONT OF BLAM FOR THE AMMOUT OF CO2 THE WE ADMIT, IS JUST OUT RIGHT PLAING STUPID. WHACTH THIS FILM AND CAME SOME REPECT FOR THE PLANT AND YOUR ENVIRONMENT AROUND . TRY TO HELP BEING MAKE CHANGE FOT THE BETTER.
The Documentary film directed by Jennifer Bailchwal, Manufactured Landscape was quite and eye opening film in getting a picture of how drastic mankind has altered this world . The photographer for this Film was Edward Burtynsky. Majority of this film was using his giant photography, which was taken by supper 16mm film, utilizing a 4×5 sheet of film. This allows him to have get resolution and print up approximately 50x 60 inches. the film also had video footage of the place that Burtynsky shoot photos at and give insight in to place the were photographed. the documentary film is must she just of the treaty beauty of Burtynky photography if you don’t get the chase them in his exhibit. this film with give much better inform at ion of subject matte, oh how humanity is interacting with the plant environment. i am say any thing about global warming hey the fact the we as all nation of people are in face make impact to planet. from this film and Burtynsky photography will see the vast impact the man has done to natures environment. One of the many ares of topic on the film was discussion China “E waste” which basically consist of take all metal for any product to recycle causing huge amount of toxic waste around them. this problem has lead to unhealthy water supply for the people. with problem arising in china they have began to engineering the largest dame in the world, Three Gorges Dame. This Dame alone has change landscaped with uprooting over one million people, 13 city, 140 town, 1350 village, just so chine will have water reservoir of clean un toxic water. THIS DOCUMENTARY FILM IS MUST SHE FILM SO THAT HUMMAN CAN SHE WHAT WE ARE DOING TO PLANT AROUND US.
The exhibit at the San Diego Art Institute, was quite immersive of show. this exhibit was a photo contest with over 12,961 entires from 85 country and out off all the photographer 201 photos were selected. after viewing all the photos in the exhibit its hard just to pick one photography that i find the best. i mean there were some many great photo i don’t how the judge for this compassion are going to choose a win. while walking around the exhibit i notice that some found were print on metal and face mounted on plexiglass, which i thought were really different and beautiful. i especially like the photo that were printed on metal because they seem to make the photo color pop more that just paper as well as the faced mounted plexiglass. the different printing aspect this think would give the artist more upper hand in competition because it using some what of different medium of print. i would say my top 5 from the show were most printed on different medium:
Adrina Echavaris – “Soul”David Eckels- “Storm Approaching Moab Utah”