Double Exposures of Two of the Most Photogenic Cities in the World, New York City and London

Posted By admin / October, 14, 2017 /

Digital technology is such a good thing especially for those with extremely creative imaginations. London-based artist Daniella Zalcman realizes the concept behind her latest project, which is simply called New York + London: A Collection of Double Exposures. As the title declares, the collection is simply what it states. From the Far Rockaway to the…

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Henri Cartier-Bresson – Photographer who helped to establish photojournalism as an art form

Posted By admin / June, 13, 2014 /

Henri Cartier-Bresson,  (born August 22, 1908, Chanteloup, France—died August 3, 2004, Céreste), French photographer whose humane, spontaneous photographs helped establish photojournalism as an art form. His theory that photography can capture the meaning beneath outward appearance in instants of extraordinary clarity is perhaps best expressed in his book Images à la sauvette (1952; The Decisive…

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Kitchen Portraits

Posted By admin / August, 7, 2013 /

In commission of the City Archives and the The Amsterdam Fund for the Arts Erik Klein Wolterink has focused on the innards of the kitchens, as if the exterior didn’t matter. The photographer opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens. Each piece he photographed separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit. Like him, we…

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Why Do You Love Bangkok?

Posted By admin / July, 17, 2013 /

BK Magazine has asked Bangkokians “What is it that you love so very dearly about your beautiful city?” This is what they said: Source: BK

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Dogs dressed as their owners

Posted By admin / June, 27, 2013 /

Do dogs really look like their owners? They do in this project by Swiss photographer Sebastian Magnani – he has spliced together portraits of the owners with their four-legged friends in a series called Underdogs “I first started the project in August 2009. As soon as I had the idea, it had pretty much already…

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Color Consumption photo series by Design Army

Posted By admin / May, 14, 2013 /

As though straight out of a Tim Burton film or, more commonly, a dream, the Color Consumption photo series deals and wheels in the surreal. As its title suggests, each image focuses on the use of saturated hues that help to create the fantastical feel present in the photographs. From hot pinks and bright blues…

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