Documentary photographer and UCA Farnham professor Anna Fox ’s work has been exhibited at The Photographers Gallery, the V&A and the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, among others. Anna (pictured below) talks about research and why she always tries to speak with her subjects…
Photographer and father of six Alain Laboile's beautiful photos of his family and kids cannot help but conjure up fond memories of your own childhood. His eye for beautiful and vital compositions, along with his choice to shoot in black and white, give his photographs a timeless feel and make ...
Baltimore Museum of Art receives major gift of contemporary photography Baltimore Sun Baltimore collectors Tom and Nancy O'Neil have given the institution two dozen color and black-and-white works by 19 important artists of our time, including...
“[Garry] Winogrand was famous for never asking people permission before taking their photographs;” writes Caille Millner in a review of the photographer’s current retrospective at SFMoMA, “a whole generation of male photographers idolized him for shooting however he wanted, whenever he wanted.”
Irish Travellers dating back to the Eleventh Century, are a distinct ethnic minority community and have a separate identity, culture, history and language. Many gather at the Ballinasloe Horse fair every year, to trade horses, ponies donkeys and dogs.
Conditions at the holding sites and illegal sites where they live are poor. some do not even have clean water.
The Long Pavement holding site shown was a temporary site built to move the travellers from the hills where it was getting too cold. It was build on an old landfill site. Many families have moved on due to illnesses they believed to be caused by the water and gasses from the old landfill.
15 minutes with photographer and photojournalist Heather Buckley, "When I leave my inhibitions behind and start talking to people, I enjoy myself. It's the thought of getting a negative reaction that can stop you, but when you can override this, it's actually good fun."
Heather Buckley's insight:
Nice little interview on Street Photography and photographing people
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