The following video is an official interview produced by ChromaLuxe in the United States - Jay Maisel talks about why he chose ChromaLuxe. We will translate the key points into Chinese for the reference of friends who are interested in learning more about metal printing, and let everyone know that there are many famous photographers in the world. Teachers, choose dazzling metal prints as the designated media for their exhibitions.
Of course, like world-class photography masters, we believe that good works are worthy of permanent collection, and it is not at 15-20 degrees Celsius and 40-60% relative humidity. Only unreachable museum-level spaces can achieve constant temperature and humidity. Instead, it is a new medium that can be easily preserved and appreciated in time in Taiwan's generally high temperature and humid environment -- ChromaLuxe dazzling metal prints, that is to say, even if our living and working spaces are full of water vapor , there is no way to avoid the dust in the space, the oil fume in the kitchen, or even the water droplets in the bathroom. We no longer have to worry about it. It is very suitable for displaying ChromaLuxe dazzling metal prints, allowing art and beauty to truly enter our lives. !
Jay Maisel tells us why he chose ChromaLuxe
- One of the things I like about Chromaluxe aside from the quality is the performance of it. You don't have to treat with a pair of gloves to Chromaluxe. It will be available not just to me but for other people when I'm gone .
- One of the things I love about ChromaLuxe, aside from its high quality, is how long-lasting it is. You don't have to wear gloves to enjoy a ChromaLuxe print, and its durability, the world will still be able to appreciate it even after I'm gone!
Best Words from Jay Maisel
- Don't be bound by rules. There are no rules. I mean that's rule #1. Don't be bound by rules. There are no rules in the world. I guess that's the first rule.
- You know the old advice "find something you love to do and you will never have to work a day in your life." I love that one! "I love this quote!
Introduction to Photographic Artists
Jay Maisel was an American photographer born January 18, 1931 in Brooklyn, New York City, where he attended Abraham Lincoln High School where he studied under Leon Friend. He studied painting and graphic design at Cooper Union and Yale in Manhattan, becoming a photographer in 1954.
With a career spanning more than six decades, Jay Maisel's name has become synonymous with vibrant color photography as he uses light and gesture to create countless memorable images in advertising, editorial and corporate marketing. Some of his advertising credits include the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, the first two issues of New York magazine, and the cover of Miles Davis' Kind of Blue.
Jay Maisel is the recipient of many distinguished awards, including: a Hall of Fame from the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Media Photographers, and the International Center for Photography. Center of Photography's Infinity Award.