This documentary by PBS is a MUST see for anyone who’s into documentary photography. I’m watching it for the second time. …
Photographer Che’ Mat’s streetscapes mirror the rhythm of the life and people around him.
Deuxième partie de l’entretien avec le photographe Jean Fabien.
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Un rêve de geek, forcement. Et dont je suis certain que ce sera très bientôt possible. D’ici cinq à dix ans : je rêve qu’à chaque fois que mon œil voit une photo, elle soit prise sur le champs.
All of my B&W and Long Exposure tutorials plus free 2 hour video chat listed for your convenience I’ve recently updated a few of my tutorials and decided to share some of my most important tutorials and tips and tricks on long exposure and b&w photography here in one place for your convenience, including the […]
Through surreal interpretations and cinematic gestures, these photographs reflect on the shared experiences of womanhood: the joys, the struggles and the constant, never-ending surprises
In Thailand, children begin boxing at the age of six—these heart-breaking photographs document the life of these child fighters
Master photographer Robert Frank uncovered the extraordinary in everyday life on his travels around the US in the 1950s, from identical twins and moody commuters to the H of the Hollywood sign and a giant Joan Crawford.
Stanko Abadzic (born 1952 in Vukovar) is a Croatian photographer and photojournalist. He lives and works in Zagreb, Croatia.
What does an artist do with work that isn’t quite up to his or her standards? Throw it out? Frank Stella and Robert Rauschenberg both tried that, putting artworks they…
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Andrew Sweigart analyses why it is better to wait before editing your images in Street Photography. How long to wait? Read on.
Il y a quelques semaines vous avez pu découvrir sur ce blog un avant-goût de l’univers du photographe Jean Fabien. Un travail assez bluffant, sans artifices ni trucages, un vrai regard sur son envi…
Photographer Ho Fan has been shooting black and white street photography since the 1950s. At the time, he was living in the poor, rundown Central neighborh
Meryl Meisler’s new book, “A Tale of Two Cities: Disco Era Bushwick” documents Bushwick Brooklyn during the late 1970s and early 1980s through street photography.
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