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Emmet Gowin - A Life in Photography

Emmet Gowin - A Life in Photography | Photography | Scoop.it

In his photographs, Gowin has threaded together seemingly disparate subjects—his wife, Edith, and their extended family; American and European landscapes; aerial views of environmental devastation—that reflect his ongoing interest in issues of scale, the impact of the individual, and notions of belonging.


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24 photographers changing the way the world sees Russia

24 photographers changing the way the world sees Russia | Photography | Scoop.it
A new generation of photographers is emerging with a vision and an aesthetic that offers a fresh take on classic questions about Russian identity, says Anastasiia Fedorova

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Alessandro Zanini's curator insight, June 10, 12:43 PM

Una nuova generazione di fotografi propone la propria visione della Russia.

 

#Russia #Photojournalism #Photography #Documentary #Art

 

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Photographer Uses 130-Year-Old Camera to Capture Street Images of Modern England

Photographer Uses 130-Year-Old Camera to Capture Street Images of Modern England | Photography | Scoop.it
In the age of Photoshop, cell phone snaps, and digital photography, British photographer Jonathan Keys stands out with his passion for the collodion (or wet plate) process, an early photographic process that was invented by Frederick Scott Archer in the 1850s. Armed with his 130-year-old wooden Circa camera and a lens from the 1920s, Keys roams the streets of Newcastle, capturing striking images of present-day England in a classical, black-and-white aesthetic.
Keys' unique photos juxtapose the past and the present in intriguing ways. At first glance, many of his street shots depicting Edwardian architecture and cobblestone walkways look like they could have been captured over a century ago, but closer examination reveals telltale signs of the present: sleek cars, contemporary graffiti, electric street lamps, modern hairstyles and outfits. The photographer's preferred method of capturing scenes of the digital era in a historical city using an old, analog process raises fascinating…

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Crime Scene Photographs From The 1920s Give A Glimpse Into America's Dark Past

Crime Scene Photographs From The 1920s Give A Glimpse Into America's Dark Past | Photography | Scoop.it
Warning: This post may contain images that are graphic to some.

A selection of over one million crime scene photographs have been hibernating in the halls of Los Angeles' City Records Center, concealing away fragments of the city's blood-stained h...

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Best Places to Find Free Images Online

Best Places to Find Free Images Online | Photography | Scoop.it
If you are frequently sharing images online it’s essential to have a list of go-to websites where you can quickly and effectively find free images. Here's my 16 best!

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Thank  you 

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Some new image editors on this list. 

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utile pour nos UD´s.

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New York Noir: Capturing the City's Grit and Grime

New York Noir: Capturing the City's Grit and Grime | Photography | Scoop.it

Photographer Michael Ernest Sweet scavenges the constant contrasts of people in New York City for shots that show the grittiness and grime of its collective persona. Some of these photographs have ...


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Fantastic b&w street photography collection! What a great eye! Thank you!

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Light Stalking Nominated By Photography Enthusiasts As One of Their Top Sites

Light Stalking Nominated By Photography Enthusiasts As One of Their Top Sites | Photography | Scoop.it

CoThe Photographer's Outlook on 2014


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Congratulations LIghtStalking site. Thank you for the community and inspirations!

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Light Stalking's curator insight, February 2, 8:31 PM

We were pleasantly surprised to learn that photography enthisiasts surveyed in Photoshelter's annual state of the photography industry report had nominated Light Stalking as one of the sites that they follow. 

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Adam Magyar: Photos of time

Adam Magyar talks about using industrial cameras and computers to photograph and process urban images that capture a moment of time and then visually expand it. He calls it the “transformation of reality by the camera.”


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John Berger: Understanding a Photograph

John Berger: Understanding a Photograph | Photography | Scoop.it

In conjunction with the release of John Berger’s collected writings on photography,Understanding a Photograph (Aperture, 2013), Aperture hosted a panel discussion on November 13 on the subject of Berger’s work and influence. Edited and with an introduction by Geoff Dyer,Understanding a Photograph assembles previously uncollected pieces written for exhibitions or catalogs, discussing a wide range of artists.


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While  Berger speaks to photography, he also speaks to society at large.

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Día en el río // Day on the river (by Bill Brandt, 1941)

Día en el río // Day on the river (by Bill Brandt, 1941) | Photography | Scoop.it

“If there is any method in the way I take pictures, I believe it lies in this. See the subject first. Do not try to force it to be a picture of this, that or the other thing. Stand apart from it. Then something will happen. The subject will reveal itself.” – Bill Brandt


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Beautiful image and advise via Bill Brandt.

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100-Year-Old Box of Negatives Discovered by Conservators in Antarctica

100-Year-Old Box of Negatives Discovered by Conservators in Antarctica | Photography | Scoop.it
Almost one hundred years after a group of explorers set out across the frozen landscape of Antarctica to set up supply depots for famed explorer Sir Ernest (100 year-old camera negatives discovered in Antartic ice.

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Wonderfully Clever Doodles that Incorporate Everyday Objects

Wonderfully Clever Doodles that Incorporate Everyday Objects | Photography | Scoop.it
  Since our last feature in October, Javier Pérez continues to delight with his witty and clever doodles that incorporate everyday objects. The artist and illustrator from Guayaquil, Ecuador h...

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Viewer...you decide...is this a photography or illustration concept? Interesting!!

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Emmet Gowin - A Life in Photography

Emmet Gowin - A Life in Photography | Photography | Scoop.it

In his photographs, Gowin has threaded together seemingly disparate subjects—his wife, Edith, and their extended family; American and European landscapes; aerial views of environmental devastation—that reflect his ongoing interest in issues of scale, the impact of the individual, and notions of belonging.


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Listening is as important as seeing.

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Reuters Photos of the Year 2013

Reuters Photos of the Year 2013 | Photography | Scoop.it
No matter if this is to illustrate a news story, a natural disaster or to highlight the testimony of victims of armed conflict, the Reuters news agency collects

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Looking back at year through photography!

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Hip-Hop’s New New York | NYT

Hip-Hop’s New New York | NYT | Photography | Scoop.it
In the city’s rap community, many artists have created something of a family.

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Alessandro Zanini's curator insight, June 10, 2:11 PM

Nella città della comunità rap.

 

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Looks Accomplices: Meyerowitz talks about Ray-Jones

Looks Accomplices: Meyerowitz talks about Ray-Jones | Photography | Scoop.it

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Ben Landa's curator insight, June 18, 3:30 AM

Ben Landa Studio is one of the best studio in San Francisco, California.provides you best marriage,party,functions video and photography


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The Colors of Photografic Art | DashBurst

The Colors of Photografic Art | DashBurst | Photography | Scoop.it
Giuseppe Peppoloni is a freelance photographer from Spello, Perugia, Italy. Yes, these photos are colored enhanced. Giuseppe’s use of color in these photos really gives them a strong photografic artistic energy. Featured Image: Sunset

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, April 14, 4:04 AM

Giuseppe Peppoloni is a freelance photographer from Spello, Perugia, Italy. Yes, these photos are colored enhanced. Giuseppe’s use of color in these photos really gives them a strong photographic artistic energy.

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What IS Storytelling Anyway?

What IS Storytelling Anyway? | Photography | Scoop.it
Now that the term "cinematographer" has been used ad nauseam, there's a new "favorite" term professional artists are adopting. Storyteller. What?

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Photography's potential to tell a story has always been great. Now this term 'storyteller' is becoming synonymous with many areas: content and brand marketing, advertising and of course filmmaking itself. What it's to you?

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Seeing Themselves: Photographers' Self-Portraits

Seeing Themselves: Photographers' Self-Portraits | Photography | Scoop.it

There’s been a lot of talk about selfies recently. The Oxford Dictionaries named “selfie” the word of the year for 2013, and “Museum Selfie Day,” last month, encouraged museumgoers to take creative selfies in front of art. But what distinguishes a selfie from an artist’s self-portrait?


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Sónia Laima's curator insight, February 24, 5:37 AM

«Selfie» & Self-Portrait: what's the difference?

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The 30 Most Anticipated Films Of The 2014 Sundance Film Festival

The 30 Most Anticipated Films Of The 2014 Sundance Film Festival | Photography | Scoop.it
So yes, tomorrow brings the Oscar nominations (and you can take a look at our predictions one last time here).

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All film starts with one image, one idea. What happens from there results in a number of mediums - photo essay, or in this collection, movies. 'Film' no longer means celluloid .... now a photograph or movie is produced via megabytes and pixels.

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Curator, writer and editor Marvin Heiferman on Photography and Visual Literacy in DEVELOP Tube: Photography to Watch

Curator, writer and editor Marvin Heiferman has organized projects for institutions including the International Center of Photography; The Museum of Modern Art,…

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Talks on photography are great educational resources - thank you!

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You'll Be Shocked at What These Editors Are Editing Out of Their Photos (NSFW)

You'll Be Shocked at What These Editors Are Editing Out of Their Photos (NSFW) | Photography | Scoop.it
This isn't about shaming naturally thin women, it's about (1) calling out an industry that requires women to be unhealthy and then hides the harmful consequences and (2) acknowledging that even people who are a part of that industry don't...

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What is edited out is a more accurate reflection of subject.

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Xposedbydesign's curator insight, January 7, 8:32 AM

 

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James Jowers (America, 1938-2009) Coney Island,... | DODGE AND BURN

James Jowers (America, 1938-2009) Coney Island,... | DODGE AND BURN | Photography | Scoop.it

James Jowers (America, 1938-2009) Coney Island, 1966, gelatin silver print, gift of the photographer, © George Eastman House.


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Treasure trove of gorgeous B&W photography!

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Mario Pires's curator insight, January 5, 9:59 AM

There has never been a time like this, where we can enjoy the milions of photos that were trapped inside various archives, that a very limited amount of people could see. Instead of complaining about the fllod of images, let's enjoy them.

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Candid street photography – the perspective of the subject

Candid street photography – the perspective of the subject | Photography | Scoop.it
I never get to know the subjects of my candid street images. This year that changed and so the question I discussed with Andy Butler of Mobiography was 'One incredible encounter or story that has been part of your photographic journey this year'.

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Beautiful imagery!

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LensCulture Editors - 2013 Photobooks of the Year | LensCulture

LensCulture Editors - 2013 Photobooks of the Year | LensCulture | Photography | Scoop.it

After looking through literally more than two hundred new photobooks published in 2013, here are the handful that stand out from the crowd for the editorial team at LensCulture. 
The selection is quirky, subjective, untraditional, and probably not like many other lists of favorite photobooks out there.


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Great collection  thank you!

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The British Library Adds One Million Public Domain Images to Flickr

The British Library Adds One Million Public Domain Images to Flickr | Photography | Scoop.it
Rejoice, all ye illustrators and designers, at least if your work involves antiquarian subjects. The British Library has just posted more than a million co

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Bloggers and image users - public domain is music to your content!!

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Xposedbydesign's curator insight, December 18, 2013 7:01 AM

 

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