Faded & Blurred

Sally Mann

Innocence Lost: Sally Mann

 “If I could be said to have any kind of aesthetic, it’s sort of a magpie aesthetic – I just go and I pick up whatever is around. If you think about it, the children were there, so I took pictures of my children. It’s not that I’m interested in children that much or photographing […]

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Julia Margaret Cameron

A Soft Touch: Julia Margaret Cameron

After doing research into Graciela Iturbide, I started thinking about other women photographers. As a woman, and a photographer, I’ve realized that famous women photographers are few and far between. Of course, there are the obvious ones… Annie Liebowitz, Diane Arbus, Dorothea Lange… But when you are new to photography (as I am) the names […]

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Culture, Ritual and Everyday Life: Graciela Iturbide

“The camera is an excuse to share the life of the people, the rhythm and simplicity of festivities, to discover my country. While using my camera I am, above all, an actress participating in the scene taking place at the moment, and the other actors know what role I play. I never think of my […]

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