Passport photographs of celebrities - in pictures The Guardian The passport photograph is the most universal and democratic form of portraiture ever invented. Everyone has to obey the same rules: eyes forward, no grinning.
This is part two of a double post on copyright, curation and photography.
I recall a reading a short piece not long ago (which I frustratingly now can’t locate) which argued that to be a photographer increasingly means not in fact to photograph anything, but rather to just curate what others have created. This idea will I’m sure rile many photographers, who grip to the image of themselves as visionary artists or long sighted journalists, and who see their photographs as discrete products of a unique view of the world.
Lacoste is also a circus performer—his photos are populated by his juggling, dancing, and fire-breathing colleagues. He discusses his photography in this interview with PxlEyes. Montage · Fire Photography by Tom Lacoste ...
RT (blog) NYPD officer charged with multiple felonies for unlawful arrest of New York ... RT (blog) Police were arresting a teenage girl who was involved in the fight and asked Stolarik to stop taking photos.
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