Robert Capa. Robert Capa tijdens de Spaanse burgeroorlog, mei 1937 Robert Capa, geboren als Endre Ernó Friedmann, in andere schrijfwijzen: André Friedmann of Andrei Friedmann (Boedapest, 22 oktober 1913 - Thai-Binh, Vietnam, 25 mei 1954) was een Hongaars-Amerikaanse oorlogsfotograaf van Joodse komaf.
Lewis Hine. Power house mechanic working on steam pump, 1920 Leven en werk[bewerken] Hines ouders hadden een klein restaurant.
Zijn vader overleed in 1890 na een ongeval, net nadat hij high school afsloot. Voor Hine volgde een zware tijd. Als fabrieksarbeider moest hij het geld bij elkaar zien te verdienen voor zijn studie sociologie. Na zijn studie werd Hine leraar tekenen in New York City en legde zich gaandeweg steeds meer toe op de fotografie. Hine zag het fotograferen als een wapen om misstanden aan de kaak te stellen (“laten zien wat gecorrigeerd moet worden”). Tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog maakte Hine op de Europese slagvelden foto’s voor het Rode Kruis.
Ipad.stanmeyer. Garry winogrand. Robert frank. Search results. August Sander. Norman Parkinson Archive. Lisette Model. Lisette Model was born in Vienna, where she studied piano and compositional theory with Arnold Schönberg before moving to Paris.
She discontinued her musical career in 1933, and discovered photography through her sister Olga and her friend Rogi André, André Kertész's wife. She decided to become a full-time photographer soon after, and in 1937, served a short apprenticeship with Florence Henri. The next year, she and her husband, the painter Evsa Model, immigrated to New York City, where she came into contact with important figures in the photographic community, such as Alexey Brodovitch and Beaumont Newhall. WILLIAM EGGLESTON. Amazing 19th Century Photographs of the American West by Timothy O'Sullivan.
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O’Sullivan is perhaps best known for his photos of the Civil War, which include his famous “Harvest of Death” photo. But after covering the war, O’Sullivan decided to strike out West, and when he came back, he brought with him some of the earliest photos of the (quite literally) “wild” American West. O’Sullivan’s explorations of the American West were done as part of different US Government-funded expeditions. Between 1867 and 1869, he was part of the Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel led by Clarence King. Afterwards, in 1870, he joined a survey team in Panama to survey for a canal across the isthmus, and then spent 1871 to 1874 in the southwestern United States, surveying west of the 100th meridian West under Lt. O’Sullivan was one of the first to document the prehistoric ruins and pueblo villages of the Southwest. Carli Hermes - Home. The Photo Art Journey.
Gregory Crewdson’s large format creations set in American suburbs overflow with suspense and with the use of soundstages, lighting cranes and crews of up to forty people, his productions sound more like Hollywood movie sets.
(click images to enlarge, believe me its worth it!) His cinematic images feature subjects in almost suspended animation, capturing the flicker of a moment between the before and the after. Www.klaasjan.photography. Wouter Roosenboom. The Netherlands. Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson. The Gorgeous Daily Browse: Home / Photography / Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson Enlaces Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson By admin on 14/11/2013 Aww more here.
Related posts. Sebastiao Salgado - Sebastiao Salgado. August Landmesser, The Man Behind The Crossed Arms. The photo above has floated around the internet for a few years now, popular for one of its subjects’ subtle yet profound acts of nonconformity.
There is no telling how many men in that crowd were acting out of fear, fully aware that failing to salute the Fuhrer was akin to signing his own death certificate. Knowing that it was, in fact, Hitler standing before the crowd makes the disobedience all the more admirable, but what may seem like an act of justified transgression was at its core a gesture of love. August Landmesser, the man with his arms crossed, was married to a Jewish woman. The story of August Landmesser’s anti-gesture begins, ironically enough, with the Nazi Party.
In 1930, Germany’s economy was in shambles, and the unstable nature of the Reichstag eventually led to its demise and ultimately the rise of the opportunistic leadership of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party. FRANCO PAGETTI HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR PHOTO-PROJECT. Eddy van Wessel Photography. The Photo Art Journey. Gregory Crewdson’s large format creations set in American suburbs overflow with suspense and with the use of soundstages, lighting cranes and crews of up to forty people, his productions sound more like Hollywood movie sets.
(click images to enlarge, believe me its worth it!) His cinematic images feature subjects in almost suspended animation, capturing the flicker of a moment between the before and the after. Crewdson takes this moment of catatonic confusion and extends it infinitely exploring themes of loneliness, alienation, sadness and desire. Crewdson photographs his subjects in a never-ending state of shock and the combination of their vacant faces with unnatural posing makes them seem more like props than actual people.
It is this disjointedness to the surreal environments they are photographed in that creates drama, keeping the visual narrative created going. If you also think Gregory Crewdson is great, don’t forget to follow, like and comment below! Like this: Ansel Adams. Adams fotografeerde in de jaren 1944-1958 de nationale parken en kreeg daarvoor drie Guggenheim-prijzen.
Hierdoor kreeg hij naam als de bekendste natuurfotograaf van Amerika. Martin Parr. Books by MP / Artist Books by MP / Papers and Zines by MP / Books edited by MP.
Sally Mann. Portfolio - Stephan Vanfleteren. Façades & Vitrines reportage. Classic Photography.