Master ironic picture Ryan Suda: history of chaos in one shotBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/master-ironic-picture-ryan-suda-history-of-chaos-in-one-shot
Looking at the work of American photographer Ryan Shude (Rayan Shude), you would think that before you images from the movie. A lot of characters, United by a certain story, often in motion, creating intricate, dynamic picture. Many of the works seem chaotic and, at first glance, meaningless, but it is worth the viewer a closer look and it becomes clear that before him the whole story in one picture.
Filmmakers create their films from multiple frames, linking the scenes and storyline. For a photographer this is unheard of luxury, in fact it have only one frame. The talent of Ryan Shude is that in one shot it can tell you a lot, sometimes even more than some filmmakers 5-10 minute episode.
Work Shade is a complex, multi-level work associated with the construction of incredibly complex composition, light installation and additional objects. Looking at pictures of the master, it seems that he just captured the moment and made a good picture, but in fact, for every successful shot there are long hours of hard work and many workers.
The author tells about what is happening in the picture — he invites the viewer to use imagination and having carefully considered the characters and setting own conclusions. Interesting, but most of the characters Shade is not a professional model and extras, but just his friends and even just random people he met on the streets of Los Angeles, San Francisco and other cities in California.
In a very similar style working photographer van Pine from China, learned from the daily and momentary to create monumental and eternal.