Profoundly Superficial

Chiprout, León
Publisher: Nostra ediciones
Binding: Softcover
Language: English
Pages: 176
Measurements: 25.00 x 30.00 cm

This book is a review of Chiprout´s career as a photographer and a cinematographer. It covers the period from 1989 to 2018, when technology transformed the medium of photography. The publication seeks that the reader gets immersed on it so it can experience the transition from analog to digital photography and cinematography, going through almost all formats of image making, from the large format, the Polaroid, the first digital cameras and the first smartphones. At the same time, it is an immersion in the author’s experience in Zen Buddhism as a juncture in his life that caused a change in his way of seeing the world that is reflected in the environments presented in this book.

Leon Chiprout studied cinematography at the International Film and Television Workshop in Rockport Maine. Since 1989 he has devoted his attention to advertising photography and cinematography for commercials, feature films and music videos. His style, fresh and direct, carefully attends to the details and energy of the characters. In his filmography appear the feature films: Nada es Casualidad, Hidden Moon, Exposure, Jirón de Niebla and the short films Genesis 3:19, Cockfight, Greed and Grany, and Just in Life.
Leon is actually working on his second photography book Zazoom.

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