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Looking at Vibrant New York Moments through an Artist's Glasses

Anyone who has ever knowledgeable a short time of unclear perspective will appreciate the brilliant strategy to this venture, eligible Seeing New York. Created by photographer Jamie Beck and visible design specialist Kevin Burg of Ann Road Studio room and Cinemagraphs, the sequence is an active mixture of still and cartoon scenes throughout the roads of New York.

Just like it might appear for someone who needs glasses, the sharp places of each field are available only at the front side of the contacts while the nearby places are a big cloud of colors, shapes, and lighting. Additionally, the entire field is a little bit animated in Burg's trademark cinemagraph technique, where "an picture contains within itself a living time that allows a glance of time to be knowledgeable and maintained constantly." This juxtaposition gives audiences the impact that we are actually seeing things the way that the two artists might see the world.

"I’ve been thinking about the art of looking. The significance of concentrating and what we see," describes Beck. "This past March I purchased a couple of Giorgio Armani supports in Geneva, traditional per regular, and I decided to put them at the front side of the frame. To see what I see. To show you a day in New York through my lens…"

Ann Street Studio Seeing New York

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