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Louis Faurer

I have been thinking a lot of Louis Faurer lately. Originally from Philadelphia, Faurer spent some time in New York teaching, and of course photographing. Not many people know of his work or that Robert Frank was a friend of his. 90 more words

New York City

Flickr Clichés

I think something light hearted is in order after yesterday’s serious God post. So here you are; Flickr Clichés, aka The Suffering of Shite (with sincere apologies to… 152 more words

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Finding the Photographer, Robert Frank, Online

The cover image for the U.S. edition of “The Americans,” Robert Frank’s epochal book, spoke volumes about the state of the nation in the mid-1950s. 94 more words

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Street Photographers

Street Photography looks at not just streets or roads but how the photographer engages with their subjects (people). It tries to focus on subjects within society such as ethics, social issues, sociology, relationships etc. 256 more words

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Robert Frank, Telling It Like It Was - NYTimes.com

From LENS at The New York Times:

“One of the most consequential images in Robert Frank’s “The Americans” is a raw, cinematic photograph of a black couple in San Francisco in 1956. 154 more words

Street Photography

Rare Chicago: Images Of 1950s By Photographer Robert Frank

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — In the middle 1950s Robert Frank crisscrossed the United States capturing images of largely unseen or unnoticed American life. … 210 more words

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Finding Robert Frank, Online - NYTimes.com

From LENS on The New York Times:

“The cover image for the U.S. edition of “The Americans,” Robert Frank’s epochal book, spoke volumes about the state of the nation in the mid-1950s. 147 more words

Street Photography