• Shadows on Film

    Fred Herzog

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    Saul Leiter

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    William Eggleston

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    Mary Ellen Mark

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Stein Liland

Five For Friday #87

“Art begins . . . when someone interprets, when someone sees the world through his own eyes. Art happens when what is seen becomes mixed with the inside of the person who is seeing it.” – Chaim Potok, The Gift of Asher Lev These magnificent landscapes are the work of photographer Stein Liland. Liland lives on the […]

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Reuters’ Most Memorable Photos – 2013

It’s awards season again. No, not the Golden Globes or the Oscars – though they are both coming up as well. Instead, I’m talking about the slew of photographic awards that start around this time every year. Reuters recently posted their picks for their most memorable photographs of 2013. There were disasters both natural and […]

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A Process of Disintegration: Fabian Oefner

When I first saw these images by Fabian Oefner, I thought they were illustrations. After all, could someone really have the patience to create actual exploded views of model cars? Turns out, the answer is yes and the results are spectacular. “Disintegrating is about inventing time,” Oefner says, of his process that begins by making a detailed […]

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