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Tomorrow is promised to no one

A camera shoots in two directions. Forwards and backwards, merging both pictures so that the ‘back’ dissolves in the ‘front’, it allows the photographer at the very moment of shooting to be in front with the subjects, rather than separated from them. 164 more words

'American Friend' to Lead Berlin's Wim Wenders Homage

LONDON — The Berlin Intl. Film Festival has revealed the 10-strong lineup of Wim Wenders movies that will screen as part of its Homage to the German filmmaker. 550 more words


Project 2 Lens Work (Part 2 Imaginative Spaces)

Research point around depth of field looking at the work of Wim Wenders, Ansel Adams, Fay Godwin, Gianluca Cosci, Mona Kuhn, Kim Kirkpatrick and Guy Bourdin. 782 more words


Photojournalism Daily: Nov. 24, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Fritz Hoffman‘s work on America’s major hazardous waste sites, known as Superfund sites. The Superfund program is a government initiative that was created in 1980 to address the nation’s most environmentally toxic locations after a scandal at Love Canal. 198 more words

The Backstory

"The Salt of the Earth" - A trip with Sebastião Salgado

I just came back from watching the movie “The Salt of the Earth” a trip through the life of the photographer Sebastião Salgado. I didn’t know anything about him before, nothing about his life nor his work. 321 more words


A Gentle Reminder: Wings of Desire (The Sky Over Berlin)

Wings of Desire (The Sky over Berlin)

The plot is quite straightforward: two angels in Berlin help people to cope with their lives. And when one of them then encounters a female trapeze artist, he discretely follows her around and then decides he could give up his angelity and become a human. 476 more words


Il cielo sopra Berlino

Der Himmel über Berlin(1987) – Wim Wenders / Germania Ovest

Tre anni dopo “Paris,Texas” torna il talentuoso regista tedesco Wim Wenders per raccontare la storia della sua capitale sotto forma di poema. 909 more words