Self-taught photographer Alexander Deschaumes only started making photos back in 2003, but his dedication to the craft and his thirst for jaw-dropping landscapes have brought him a long way since then. Deschaumes braves extreme weather and hazardous landforms, going to locations that many landscape photographers would never dare venture, all for the sake of his images.
Elizabeth "Lee" Miller, Lady Penrose (April 23, 1907 – July 21, 1977) was an American photographer. Born in Poughkeepsie, New York in 1907, she was a successful fashion model in New York City in the 1920s before going to Paris, where she became an established fashion and fine art photographer. During the Second World War, she became an acclaimed war correspondent for Vogue, covering events such as the London Blitz, the liberation of Paris, and the concentration camps at Buchenwald and Dachau.
Jewish life before the Holocaust flourished with creativity and culture, religion and tradition, social life and politics. This exhibition gives visual expression to one facet of what was a very diverse Jewish culture- Jews who engaged in sports. From all over Europe, Jews took part in and competed in many different types of sports activities. Many of the individuals in these photos perished during the Holocaust. In certain instances, when they have had Pages of Testimony submitted in their memory, we linked to them as well.
Professional freelance Photographer based in the UK, and worked throughout Europe. I have an odd eye for a picture as you can tell from my blog also dyslexic so posting may read odd:-). also reg disabled (misspent youth) I have worked many assignments which have included working for national and local newspapers, film and television stills units. fashion photography, magazine, a member of the london photographic association
"Black and White photographs tend to excel in using contrast and the quality of light to convey deep images. By paying attention to strong composition, the use of perspective and ensuring there is an excellent source of light, the photographer can convey in his/her image something that is emotionally gripping. Here are some stunning, brilliant Black and White photography that I’ve collected to share with you.!
"The social history of Bristol, England is brought to life with striking visual impact in these photograph albums. Over 6000 free to view historic images of buildings, people, fashions, customs, families, children, shops, warehouses, factories, streets, pubs, schools, churches etc, now long forgotten or barely remembered, flattened by concrete or bulldozed out of sight are now collated in a readily accessible reference source."
Cinemagraphs is a art where still photos are speaking in a way, these are gif animations but emerge a advanced skill of photographer with beautiful twist, these kind of GIF artworks have high quality photos and we must appreciate of their pioneer...
A 69 ans, Jacques Henri Lartigue expose pour la première fois quelques-uns des nombreux clichés qu’il a réalisés au cours de sa vie. Nous sommes en 1963, au MoMA, à New York. La même année, le magazine Life lui consacre un portfolio. Ce numéro annonçant la mort du président John Fitzgerald Kennedy fait le tour du monde. A son plus total étonnement, Lartigue devient du jour au lendemain l’un des grands noms de la photographie du XXe siècle.
La photographie, Jacques l’a apprise au contact de son père dès 1900. Répondant à l’enthousiasme de son fils, Henri Lartigue lui offre son premier appareil photographique à l’âge de 8 ans en 1902. Dès lors, il n’a de cesse de photographier sa vie d’enfant rythmée par les voyages en automobile, les vacances en famille et surtout par les inventions de son frère aîné, Maurice, surnommé Zissou.
"I am a freelance photographer based in Hertfordshire. I love to work closely with my clients to make the images that will be better than they could imagine. My work has been published, used commercially, exhibited and is available to license via Getty. I maximise my love of vibrant colours, natural light and the play of light on a subject. In this way I create magical images, and portray people in the best way, making memories and telling stories through photography. Whether it's children, family portraits, your wedding day, images for your portfolio or your business, each is approached with commitment, creativity, professionalism and a sense of fun."
Jim joined A&M Records in 1967 as chief photographer, where in the next seven years he shot over 300 album covers along with related publicity and advertising work. Among his many classic album covers are Carole King's "Tapestry", Lee Michaels' "5th" and Joe Cocker's "Mad Dogs and Englishmen"
"It's great to see old, yet quality photographs, getting the attention they deserve. Pictures showing the everyday of a great city like New York in 1973 simply show you how great is to live in 2012. Those were some creepy trains."
These vivid color photos from the Great Depression and World War II capture an era generally seen only in black-and-white. Photographers working for the United States Farm Security Administration (FSA) and later the Office of War Information (OWI) created the images between 1939 and 1944.
The FSA/OWI pictures depict life in the United States, including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, with a focus on rural areas and farm labor, as well as aspects of World War II mobilization, including factories, railroads, aviation training, and women working.
(CBS News) Vivian Maier was a woman who lived as most folks do: rather anonymously. But it turns out she left an amazing record of talent on film. She was discovered quite by accident. As CBS correspondent Anthony Mason reports that in her death, Maier is getting the fame she never had in life.
Even in her own self-portraits, Vivian Maier was an elusive figure lurking in a mirror or a shadow.
Maier worked as a nanny and housekeeper in Chicago. But on her own time, a Rolleflex strapped to her neck, she roamed the streets indulging her secret talent: taking remarkable pictures.
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