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Vivian Maier, Self Portrait
Apr 1, 2014 / 1 note

Vivian Maier, Self Portrait

Francesc Català-Roca, Monumento a Colón, 1949
Feb 3, 2014

Francesc Català-Roca, Monumento a Colón, 1949

Kenneth Josephson, Chicago, 1961
(Source: Museum of Contemporary Photography)
Jan 12, 2014 / 1 note

Kenneth Josephson, Chicago, 1961

(Source: Museum of Contemporary Photography)

Julia Margaret Cameron, Ophelia study no. 2, 1867
(Source: George Eastman House)
Jan 6, 2014 / 26 notes

Julia Margaret Cameron, Ophelia study no. 2, 1867

(Source: George Eastman House)

Harold E.  Edgerton, Lead Falling in a Shot Tower, 1936
(Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Jan 2, 2014 / 8 notes

Harold E.  Edgerton, Lead Falling in a Shot Tower, 1936

(Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Rodney Smith, Self Portrait

People use the terminology ‘He’s a commercial photographer, he’s a fine art photographer, he’s a landscape photographer.’ I think it’s hard enough just to be a photographer. I think that in using the term ‘photographer’ one should be very careful about what that really means. I grew up in a tradition where being a photographer was a very noble pursuit. You pursued it for the love and the passion, and doing it was a very difficult thing to do. There are thousands and thousands of people who take photographs, but very few photographers, because one has to have an eye, one has to have the vision, one has to have something to say.
(Rodney Smith. Source: Kodak)

If you like Rodney Smith’s work, check his website and his wonderful blog!
Dec 28, 2013 / 9 notes

Rodney Smith, Self Portrait

People use the terminology ‘He’s a commercial photographer, he’s a fine art photographer, he’s a landscape photographer.’ I think it’s hard enough just to be a photographer. I think that in using the term ‘photographer’ one should be very careful about what that really means. I grew up in a tradition where being a photographer was a very noble pursuit. You pursued it for the love and the passion, and doing it was a very difficult thing to do. There are thousands and thousands of people who take photographs, but very few photographers, because one has to have an eye, one has to have the vision, one has to have something to say.

(Rodney Smith. Source: Kodak)

If you like Rodney Smith’s work, check his website and his wonderful blog!

Saul Leiter, Foot on El, 1954 (Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY)

One of my favourite photographers, Saul Leiter, passed away the past 26th November. Little hommage, an empty seat :(
Dec 7, 2013

Saul Leiter, Foot on El, 1954 (Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY)

One of my favourite photographers, Saul Leiter, passed away the past 26th November. Little hommage, an empty seat :(

Oct 16, 2013 / 12 notes

Two wonderful old visions of New York by photographer Andreas Feininger

Midtown Manhattan, 1944

Midtown Fifth Avenue during lunch hour, New York, 1948

Eli Lotar & Germaine Krull, Untitled, 1930s
Oct 11, 2013 / 194 notes

Eli Lotar & Germaine Krull, Untitled, 1930s

Alfred Eisenstaedt, Children at Puppet Theatre, 1963
Oct 3, 2013 / 5 notes

Alfred Eisenstaedt, Children at Puppet Theatre, 1963