Schude by Ryan SchudeSchude by Ryan Schude

Schude

byRyan Schude

Hardcover | September 25, 2015

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With a foreword by Zac Pennington (Portland Mercury, Vice, the Quietus), and an introduction by Davy Rothbart (GQ, New York Magazine, This American Life)Schude's photographs are very unique in the sense that each one represents his own style he has stamped in the creative field of photography think big, bright, wonderful, ecstatic and adventurousRyan Schude has over 94,000 followers on InstagramTo see more of Ryan Schude's work, visit"The staged narratives and the personal portraits are modern masterpieces of the photographic world" Erza MagazineSchude celebrates a decade of work by the prolific LA photographer Ryan Schude, whose vast tableaus and vivid portraits encapsulate pop Americana in a way that has resonated with audiences worldwide. Schude's work combines humor "both light and vivacious and black as night" with extreme skill and a film director's eye. In Schude, he discusses the intricacies of his work, and the personal stories behind his stunning catalogue.With a foreword by Zac Pennington (Portland Mercury, Vice, the Quietus), and an introduction by Davy Rothbart (GQ, New York Magazine, This American Life)
Originally from outside of Chicago, Ryan Schude studied at the San Francisco Art Institute before moving to Los Angeles where he currently lives and works as a fine art and advertising photographer. His inspiration is constantly fed both by his immersion in the vast locations around L.A, and the strong creative network he's established...
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Title:SchudeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 11.28 × 12.29 × 0.84 inPublished:September 25, 2015Publisher:Roads PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1909399620

ISBN - 13:9781909399624

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Ryan Schude's work is large scaled, detailed, and highly produced with an incredible amount of detail. He has developed a style that not only pushes the boundaries of the still photograph, but also tells a story at the same time. Schude's scenes capitalize on a feeling of energy caught at its climax - the ultimate fictitious decisive moment - giving them a sense of frenetic energy and complexity that makes the viewer want to explore every nook and cranny in the scene.