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Using Portraiture to Explore Identity and Queerness in South Africa

Using Portraiture to Explore Identity and Queerness in South Africa | Get the picture | Scoop.it
If Zanele Muholi’s series “Faces and Phases” and “Somnyama Ngonyama” have one idea in common, it’s that identity is both powerful and malleable. In th
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Family Heirloom, National Treasure: Rare Photos Show Black Civil War Soldiers

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Capt. William Prickitt commanded a company of black soldiers during the Civil War. When he took ill, they saved him. A photo album that he carried the rest of his life has preserved their identities.
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Photographs of British algae: cyanotype impressions - NYPL Digital Collections

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Do Digitally Altered Photos Represent Fact or Fiction?

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Social media and new editing tools are recasting the digital landscape—and its rules—for photo journalism
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Treating Sports Photographers as the Artists They Are

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An exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum invites visitors to reconsider work that has long been seen as ephemeral.
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Photo Editors Weigh In on Jonathan Bachman’s Iconic Protest Photo

Photo Editors Weigh In on Jonathan Bachman’s Iconic Protest Photo | Get the picture | Scoop.it
Amidst a barrage of violent imagery in the past week graphically illustrating the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and five Dallas police office
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Two Unexposed Rolls of 1880s Kodak Film Acquired by Eastman Museum

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Here's an amazing find: the George Eastman Museum has announced that it has acquired two unopened boxes of 1880s Kodak film. One is the only known box of K
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1890 in glorious colour: the magic of photochromes – in pictures

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A new exhibition explores Hans Jakob Schmid’s Photochrome printing process
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The Emperor of Time: A Dreamlike Short Film About Motion Picture Pioneer Eadweard Muybridge

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A foundational story of modern culture, told from the point of view of an abandoned son and viewed through an antiquated device.
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The Freedom to Be Danny Lyon

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A late-career retrospective looks at some four decades of work by Danny Lyon, whose photographs — of the civil rights movement, prisons and a motorcycle gang — consider freedom, or its absence.
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Two Champions: Muhammad Ali and Gordon Parks

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An exhibit that had been planned for months by the Gordon Parks Foundation opened this week, featuring the legendary photographer’s images of Muhammad Ali.
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How Ansel Adams Wrote Pictorialism Out of Photography History

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We all have a blind spot, both literally and metaphorically. Ansel Adams had one so big and powerful that he, Beaumont Newhall, and a few others “disappear
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'The Falling Man' Photographer Talks About His Haunting 9/11 Photo

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In the moments after the September 11, 2001, attacks, Associated Press photojournalist Richard Drew shot a haunting photo of a man falling from the World T
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A Photographer Turns to His Camera to Cope With a Loved One’s Suicide

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While he was living in London, photographer André Penteado received a call from his family in Brazil with news that his father had died. About a half-
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AI-AP | Pro Photo Daily » Photo History: The Evolution of Cameraless Photography

AI-AP | Pro Photo Daily » Photo History: The Evolution of Cameraless Photography | Get the picture | Scoop.it
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The Photo That Changed the Civil Rights Movement

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60 years before the harrowing images of Philando Castile's and Alton Sterling's deaths, one photograph changed America's take on race
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A Syrian Refugee Captured Real Lives and Surreal Dreams - NYTimes.com

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The Cost of Diane Arbus’s Life on the Edge

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She was perhaps the most radical photographer of the 20th century. A new biography and Met exhibit make clear just how much she had to give up to get there.
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How Photography Helped Build the Statue of Liberty

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Famed for his Statue of Liberty, Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi was keenly aware of the power of photography to raise awareness — and funds — for his utopian project.
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Five Ways that Polaroid Changed Photography

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A new book from Peter Buse, The Camera Does the Rest, takes a careful look at one brand’s influence on photographic practice.
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Walker Evans' Reflections on His Great Depression Photos

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The great American photographer Walker Evans is best known for his stark photos that document the years of the Great Depression in the US. In the 4.5-minut
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Getty Virtual Reality Ushers in VR Stock Era

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As demand for VR content grows, Getty Virtual Reality will provide creatives another avenue to market their immersive work.
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Dispute over an iconic sports photo of The Babe quietly ends

Dispute over an iconic sports photo of The Babe quietly ends | Get the picture | Scoop.it
On June 13, 1948 a frail and dying Babe Ruth stood in uniform with shoulders slumped, holding a hat and bat, by himself near home plate to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Yankee Stadium. While …
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