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Eggleston meets The Kills

William Eggleston – Girl on grass ( UK, 1975 )

Tonight I’ll show you how dreams are prepared. People thinks it’s very simply and easy process, but it’s a bit more complicated than that.

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Photographing the Mundane

Artists see the world through different eyes to most people; they see the beauty in things that may be considered boring or mundane, and there are no photographers who capture this beauty as well as William Eggleston. 783 more words

In Defense of Flash: A Homage to Harsh Lighting

There are few things that announce a photographer’s presence more than a camera’s flash does. That blinding flare of pure white light has been photographers’ beacon since its introduction to the medium in the late 19th century. 536 more words

Out There

Photographs of Photographers

An exchange with fellow photographer Roger May on Twitter Thursday inspired this post of some of my favorite photographs of some of my favorite photographers. From above to bottom are: William Eggleston, Richard Avedon, Margaret Bourke-White, Robert Capa, Lee Friedlander and Garry Winogrand.


William Eggleston

These images are from American photographer and pioneer of artistic colour photography William Eggleston’s book, titled simply Flowers.

All photographs by William Eggleston.


Sunday, June 29th


Bobby Womack, singer, songwriter, guitarist, March 4, 1944-June 27, 2014

The Womack Brothers (featuring Bobby, then 17, on lead vocals), “Couldn’t Hear Nobody Pray,” 1961… 16 more words

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