No, this rant is about the increasingly popular idea of making actual real-life...– A Hipstamatic Plea. Marc at eyecurious nails it. (via photographyprison) I’m a fan of Instagram, but I agree, keep it on the phones and internet.
It’s interesting to see that their talent selection has a strong...– happy go lucky | Mrs. Deane
Photographer's Talent Went Unknown Until Death -... →
I think there’s a common supposition in fine-art portraiture that too much...– B: The Space Test
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Thought of the day (and it's not even fully...
conscientious: Why do photographers think their photographs are so precious, so holy? Why can’t we just break them up, crop them, fuck them up, do whatever it takes to make something else out of them? (time to go to bed; more on this some other time, some other day…)
At the same time, however, it’s easy to sneer at the labor-of-love types: the...– A guide to the market oligopoly system | Analysis & Opinion |
You changed your facebook picture to a photo that shows of half your face, the...– Shit Photojournalists Like | Judging Amateurs
The essential Rovogin: An in-depth conversation ->... →
photoreads: “My photographs are straightforward. I always asked permission before taking pictures. I wanted to get close and make the people be the most important thing in the frame. I never directed them or told them where to stand, how to hold their hands, or what to wear. The only thing I asked them was to look at the camera. I liked it when I saw their eyes and that’s when I knew I was ready...
The Long Exposure of Francesca Woodman →
Woodman was largely unknown during her lifetime. Her work was first introduced to the public at a Wellesley College exhibition that opened in 1986, five years after her suicide. At the time, much significance was attached to its apparently autobiographical qualities, which continue to intrigue audiences today. Her death does not simply cast a shadow on the images, but suffuses them with a...