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June 13 2015

22:12

Happy Birthday, Mr. Eggleston - The New Yorker

William Eggleston has made an indelible contribution to photography as we know it. His mastery of light and color, his astute perception of American life and its commonplaces, and his consummate technical execution have created decades of visual poetry, potent and unmatched. via Pocket

July 16 2014

03:22

PROFILE

Nick Georghiou has worked as a photographer in London since completing an MA at the Royal College of Art in 1986.

March 26 2014

01:50

Robert Adams: the photographer who roved the prairies for 45 years | Art and design | theguardian.com

For decades, Adams has been capturing the heartland of the US, its prairies, skies and rivers, its creeping suburbs and its shopping malls. A retrospective in Paris brings his best work together
01:50

Comrade Cartier-Bresson: the great photographer revealed as a communist | Art and design | The Guardian

A comprehensive new exhibition at the Pompidou Centre in Paris shows off the street photographer's little-known surrealist shots – and reveals his radical politics

December 07 2013

16:04

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May 01 2013

14:42

SFMOMA | About Us | Research + Projects | Is Photography Over?

This page archives the conversation begun in the Is Photography Over? symposium. It includes video of the entire program, complete, unedited transcripts of the proceedings, and the original position statements submitted by the participants in advance of the symposium.

April 09 2013

11:12

June 10 2012

13:57

BOB MILLER +1 205 381 5871

Bob Miller is a photographer and multimedia storyteller with roots in America's deep South. His work has been recognized by the National Press Photographers Association, College Photographer of the Year, the International Photography Awards, the White House News Photographer's Association and the Ale

September 09 2010

22:53

My Gear Main Page « Vincent Laforet’s Blog

The following is a catalogue of the different pieces of gear I have been using in my kit - some for years and some only more recently. I have included the items I currently use and love most, and just like my kit, expect this list to be ever evolving.

June 15 2010

23:34

VII The Magazine

VII The Magazine is an innovative online project that will give readers unprecedented intimate access and insight to the work of the world's leading photojournalists.

VII Photo represents 29 photojournalists working at the forefront news industry.
23:34

VII The Magazine

VII The Magazine is an innovative online project that will give readers unprecedented intimate access and insight to the work of the world's leading photojournalists.

VII Photo represents 29 photojournalists working at the forefront news industry.
02:51

DAVIDE MONTELEONE :: PHOTOGRAPHER -

Born in 1974 Davide Monteleone spent the first 18 years moving to various cities of Italy cause of the work of his parents. After graduating, he studied engineering and then stopped to move first in the U.S. and then England. Is here that he started discovering his interest in photography and journalism. Back to Italy in 2000, he completes his studies in photography and begins to work with the major Italian magazines. At the end of 2001 he moves again, this time to Moscow, where he lives permanently until 2003 working as correspondent for the photo agency Contrasto. This choice is determinant for his career. He start working regularly with major national and international newspapers such as D, Io Donna, L’espresso, New York Times, Time, Stern, New Yorker, just to name a few. Since 2003 lives between Italy and Russia, where he is pursuing long-term personal projects and continues his editorial work. In recent years alongside the editorial work, He started exhibiting and teaching.
02:51

DAVIDE MONTELEONE :: PHOTOGRAPHER -

Born in 1974 Davide Monteleone spent the first 18 years moving to various cities of Italy cause of the work of his parents. After graduating, he studied engineering and then stopped to move first in the U.S. and then England. Is here that he started discovering his interest in photography and journalism. Back to Italy in 2000, he completes his studies in photography and begins to work with the major Italian magazines. At the end of 2001 he moves again, this time to Moscow, where he lives permanently until 2003 working as correspondent for the photo agency Contrasto. This choice is determinant for his career. He start working regularly with major national and international newspapers such as D, Io Donna, L’espresso, New York Times, Time, Stern, New Yorker, just to name a few. Since 2003 lives between Italy and Russia, where he is pursuing long-term personal projects and continues his editorial work. In recent years alongside the editorial work, He started exhibiting and teaching.

June 05 2010

15:08

Brad Trent - Damn Ugly Photography

• I grew up in a string of small towns in Western Canada • My Dad was a salesman, Mom stayed at home and raised four boys • I wanted to be just like my Dad, but my teachers all said I should be an architect • I was the class clown • I got my first real camera in the ninth grade • It didn't leave my side all through High School • I bailed on the architect idea and spent a couple of years in photo school • At 21 I was a big success • In Calgary • At 22 I moved to New York • New Yorkers didn’t care about my big success in Calgary • At 25 was shooting for Life magazine • Then came Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, BusinessWeek, Esquire, The New York Times Magazine and USA Weekend • I've done advertising for IBM, General Motors, The NFL, Pepsi GlaxoSmithKline and Pacific Bell • I've shot a lotta really cool people • I'm a cat person • I'm a wine geek • I'm a watch geek • And I ride downhill mountain bikes • Too fast • I have black bears in my front yard ...

May 24 2010

20:19

May 02 2010

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