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SHAIBAL NANDI. COVID- 19: PAIN AND CRISIS IN LIFE

COVID-19: PAIN AND CRISIS IN LIFE

1er juillet – 1er novembre 2020

The world’s people are in a distressed condition physically, mentally, economically, socially due to the outbreak of the Covid- 19 virus. The world is suffering from huge work loss and poverty. It leads to overall sadness coupled with depression due to the pandemic situation, continuing since the end of March 2020. The entire year went off without many economic activities resulting in less income and thus less circulation of money, leading to financial distress in common people’s lives. About 14 million people have lost their jobs in India, as per a survey report during the lockdown period. It invites physical, mental, and social stresses due to the absence of work scope in an individual life.

The Indian economy was apprehended to lose over 32,000 crores every day during the first 21-days of complete lockdown, which was declared following the corona virus outbreak. The world economy also affected in bigger way as in some of the advanced countries, intensity of outbreak was bigger, both in magnitude and loss of lives. The burden of the lockdown has, however, disproportionately fallen on the working poor, who were already reeling from joblessness, low incomes, and worsening economic conditions. Due to sudden lockdown, income of poor workers becomes nil and they had to borrow money from private sources, which in turn put them in debt trap. The International Labour Organisation predicts that the pandemic will trigger a 60% decline in earnings for 1.6 billion informal workers, while half of the world is trying to survive without any form of social protection.

In an individual life, such economic downfall has a tremendous impact depending upon his/her social position, position in the family, age, sex, place of living etc. It has got maximum impact on individual mental health. A number of studies have been conducted to examine the effect of the COVID-19 crisis on the mental health of the general population, health care professionals and individuals with psychiatric disorders and it is found that more or less half of the population has psychological impact of the outbreak at different levels. Several people committed suicide during lockdown period due to anxiety, fear, insecurity, loneliness, starvation and financial distress and other social causes. In fact number of suicide cases has significantly increased in 2020 compared to previous years. The condition of women, children, disabled people and old aged people became more miserable during this period due to their confinement in home, increase in domestic violence, closure of educational institutions, fall in economic condition of the family etc. and other social factors. The situation of homeless people, marginal workers, migrant workers, urban poor are even more pathetic than our imagination. Due to loss of job and absence of work, business, other services, financial condition of families become critical which, in turn, reflected in the physical, mental health of earning members of the family. They often get involved in making domestic violence and weaker section of the family members become victim of such violence. I have tried to show the painful mood of the people in my photographs in abstract manner.

I have found pain, reflected in various forms in human life, in those photographs. Some have come as symbolic and some directly tell about pain of people in common life. It appears that people are not in their normal life and their lives have been distorted and living in a grave world. It appears distressed people together lie twisted into a coil which seems to me that some evil forces sitting upon the neck of common people, taking out their lives and they are screaming out of pain. It may also happen that they are holding each other in a particular time to fight against the pandemic but in another situation, they are grabbing and hurting each other for their survival. There is no security in the life of common people. Mother holds the baby in her lap with deep anxiety in a pain staking environment to save the baby from starvation and disease. It seems to me that people become helpless like animal, plant and other non living entity. Even the street animals felt the burn of starvation……when men are starving who are there to save animals!

All such photographs are taken from textures of different walls of a building and I have got a reflection of pain among those photographs. I thought all those textures on the wall depict the present situation of the world and its people.

SHAIBAL NANDI BIO

 

I am an ameteur photographer of age about 52 years practicing photography seriously for last 2 years. By profession I am in government service and has taken up photography as a passion. I am basically interested in street photography with human interest, different rituals, cultures, traditions of people across the country. My social media links are given below.

My Facebook profile link: https://facebook.com/shaibal.nandi

My Instagram link: https://instagram.com/p/Byx2sLRnfMD/?igshid=19sqb3gb9ja8z

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I tested the new Sky replacement tool. It is a big trend today as most of the Photo apps are fighting for the best, and most eddicient solution. Photoshop CC2021, and Skylum’s Luminar AI are the most popular, but Cyberlink offers a very powerful tool. The sky selection is flawless, and you can anmate the sky if you want..

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SKY REPLACEMENT

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PRESETS PACKS

Part of the subscribed version is many packs of textures, picture frames, LUTs, templates you can download and use for free. You can still get these packs with the paid version, but they are all quite expensive. Note that all appilcations are updated on a regular basis.
Another feeature I appreciate is the animation. If you know Plotaverse, it works exactly the same. You select the objects you want to animate, and mask what you want to keep still. Then adlust the movement speed.You can save it either as MP4 and WMV video files, or as animated Gifs.
Photo Director is an excellent program to correct, and manipulate images quickly. It is not intended to work like Photoshop, but it provides all you need to make nice images.

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Affinity Designer running on macOS Big Sur

Ashley Hewson, Managing Director of Affinity developer Serif, says: “We’re proud that our Affinity apps are leading the way once again, this time in offering full native support for Apple’s new M1 chip. “The architecture of the chip, particularly having such a high-performance GPU with unified memory with the CPU, is perfect for professional creative applications. “The advantages are particularly noticeable when working on documents with thousands of pixel layers, vector objects and text. Edits to pixel layers are best handled on the GPU, while vector and text on the CPU. When you have unified memory it allows much faster handling of these complex documents.”Serif was one of the developers to receive the DTK from Apple, to be able to develop for M1 before launch. It didn’t take long to get Affinity apps running natively on the new hardware.

“Our fully-featured iPad apps already take advantage of very similar architecture on the A-series chips, so it actually only took us a day to port our Mac version to run natively on M1,” adds Hewson.

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Painting implies easels, brushes, careful or careless color choices, and time. These PMTs were an early manual form of today’s photoshop, and that perhaps is an innovation. And the result has an aesthetic whether you like it or not. So I concede it may actually be art, just not the art you thought it was. Gerard Melanga, who led the PMT team at Warhol’s factory during the ’60s, revealed the Warhol “deception” long ago, in a 1974 interview given to the publication Gay Sunshine“Andy’s whole trip was that he wanted something for nothing. Andy used what was available simply because he had no intellectual power or capacity with which to embrace art, there was nothing intellectual about the art except what some art critic wanted to read into it merely to sound intelligent.” Seemingly forever unmentioned are the source creators who made Warhol’s art possible in the first place. In this case, Gene Korman was the original photographer of the Marilyn Monroe publicity photograph that Warhol used. Neither Warhol nor an artist he allowed to appropriate Marilyn, Elaine Sturtevant, ever credited Korman. And the Soup Cans? The source photograph was made by Edward Wallowitch. It’s as if the theft is ok and even artful, as long as the original creator is unmentioned. 

This has its analogy in corporate generated art such as advertising. Unsigned by it’s actual human creator, there is no soul to it. There is nothing at its core except the machine. Yet it demands to be taken seriously, to be treated equally. This insistence over time has triggered a subtle dehumanization process, now visible, bringing us perilously close to an era where a majority of humans may not care if it is an AI-machine that makes the advert, the art or the novel. It’s been a slow grinding down and here we are. You could argue no. Insist that Warhol is a great artist because he thought of the “idea”. But what if it wasn’t even his idea? What if you knew prolific novelist Muriel Roberta Latow gave Warhol the idea for the Soup Cans during a brainstorming dinner. What if you knew Warhol’s friends at the Serendipity Cafe suggested he make a Marilyn picture?  Is this really your idea of a true artist, one deserving of being the #1 exhibited artist in the world every year for at least the past decade? Were you to sit at your computer and colorize someone else’s photograph, does that make you an artist? Perhaps yes. In America, judges have ruled that if you substantially transform any image, you are now the recognized artist and creator. But what if someone told you exactly which image to colorize? To make it bigger? To remove the wrinkles? Are you still a genuine artist? It’s all much less than our ideal of the artist working alone, the individual with a vivid and unique imagination, with his or her own talents and style derived over time. As an artist who knows other artists, that indeed is how it has been. Even when others collaborate with us, the idea, the vision, that spark of life, somehow, originates within us.

 

Sean Peter is the author of AntiWarhol, a dark and detailed deconstruction of the Warholian mythos. https://antiwarhol.com

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Leur batterie rechargeable de 7100 mAh offre une autonomie de 40 minutes en vol et utilise également un nouveau système breveté, nommée “Battlock”, qui protège la batterie lors de manœuvres à grande vitesse ou d’atterrissages difficiles. Ils sont tous équipés de 12 capteurs de vision informatique contrôlés par un processeur dual-core et une intelligence artificielle adaptative qui créera une protection omnidirectionnelle du drone.

Leur portée s’élève à 9km et leur vitesse atteint les 15 m/s en mode standard et les 20 m/s en mode “Ludicruous”.

EVO II Standard

L’EO II standard possède un appareil photo 8K, 48MP avec un capteur CMOS 1/2″. Il capture du contenu avec une résolution pouvant atteindre les 8000 x 6000 pixels pour les photos, ce qui permet d’imprimer une image de 100 pouces de large. La prise vidéo atteint une résolution maximale de 7720 x 4320 pixels. Le drone est également doté d’un zoom sans perte pouvant atteindre 4x.

EVO II est disponible chez PowerData Prix public conseillé : 1 489 EUR TTC

EVO II Pro

L’EVO II Pro se différencie par sa caméra 6K, ce qui fait de lui, le premier drone pliable 6K au monde. Il est doté d’un appareil photo de 20MP avec un capteur CMOS de 1″, une ouverture réglable (de f/2,8 à f/11), un HDR, une plage ISO de 100 à 12 800 et la possibilité de capturer des vidéos 6K.

 

EVO II Pro est disponible sur PowerData Prix public conseillé : 1 779 EUR TTC

EVO II Dual

L’EVO II Dual, destiné à un public professionnel, est équipé d’un capteur FLIR Boson, avec une résolution thermique allant jusqu’à 640 x 512 pixels, et de la même caméra 8K que celle fournie avec le modèle EVO II standard.

 

EVO II Dual est uniquement disponible sur demande

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